Frequently Asked Questions

We have prepared a short overview of answers to the most frequently asked questions:

  • Since when is it possible to apply? +

    The admission procedure for the academic year 2023/24 opens on 18/11/2022 and will last until 30/9/2023 or until capacity is reached.
  • How often is the teaching in the full-time form of study? +

    Classes normally take place in three or four days according to the set timetable, with Fridays always being free. Thanks to this, students can work at school or travel home for extended weekends.
  • How is the teaching in the part-time form of study? +

    All information about the combined form of study can be found here.
  • How would classes proceed in the event of school closures again due to the Covid-19 pandemic? +

    UCP was one of the first schools to introduce complete online teaching during the Covid-19 pandemic. The online teaching schedule is identical to the classic full-time teaching, which guarantees that every student will gain the same knowledge as students who completed the teaching before the outbreak of the Covid-19 pandemic. In addition, we tried to make online learning as simple as possible, so you don't have to install anything and all you need is a computer, laptop, tablet or phone to connect.
  • Is it possible to divide tuition fees into partial installments? +

    Yes, tuition can be divided into several installments. As a standard, we offer the option of dividing the semester tuition into 2 installments, but an individual installment calendar can also be prepared upon agreement.
  • I am a student from outside the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Do I need nostrification? +

    Yes, in order to attend UCP it is necessary to have a nostrification of a diploma, whether high school or university, if you have studied abroad (except in Slovakia).
  • Do I have the status of a student even in the part-time form of study? +

    Yes, but students of the part-time study form do not have full student status and lose some of the benefits associated with the full-time form of study. For example, students of the part-time study form of study are not entitled to an ISIC card and all the discounts associated with it, but are entitled to an ALIVE card.