Cost of Living

Cost of Living

Living in the Czech Republic, as anywhere else, may be anywhere from relatively cheap to quite expensive, depending mainly on location and type of accommodation and the choice of lifestyle – preferred meals, entertainment etc. Prague, of all places, can be relatively expensive, especially as regards the accommodation.

Sample prices of some basic commodities or services (approx., in Czech korunas, CZK; 1 EUR = 25 CZK)

Apartment rents (1BR to 4BR, monthly) 7000 to 20000
Prague public transport (single trip / monthly / 3-months pass) 32/550/1480 *32/260/720 *after student discount)
Taxi cab (km) 30 (+ 40 fixed fee)
Cinema ticket 150 – 250 (after student discount
Restaurant lunch specials 200
Dinner 200
Beer 60
Coffee 60
Starbucks coffee (large) 120
Hot dog 50
McDonald’s Big Mac menu 130
Telephone call (prepaid cell, 1 min) 3 –5


Meals are available in the Srdcovka restaurant or in the Dutch Pub restaurant, where students have a 10% discount on the lunch menu on the ISIC card.



The PAN-EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY desn´t provide any medical or health instance for any of its students, nor does it vouch for any medical expenses incurred by any of its students. It is the sole responsibility of students to take out instance according to their preference and the rules of their countries of residence.

After taking out local health care instance in Czech Republic, students can visit almost all medical facilities in Czech Republic, which are numerous especially in Prague. The closest students´ health care centre is situated 2 minutes walk from University.


Medical Facilities

Městská poliklinika Praha

Spálená 12, 110 00 Praha 1

MUDr. Vlasta Berkovičová

Office Hours:

Mo:   12:30 – 18:30

Tu:    07:30 – 12:30; 13:00 – 15:00

We:   07:30 – 12:30; 13:00 – 15:00

Th:    07:30 – 12:30

Fr:     07:30 – 12:30 


Registrar Office

The coordinators in the Registrar Office are ready to help with most problems students can encounter, and will handle the study agenda and paperwork.

Spálená 76/14, 110 00 Prague 1

building S (ground floor, atrium)

Lucie Ptáčková, Dis.

Phone: 224 056 077


Office hours: Mo, Th: 10:00 – 12:00; We: 13:00 – 15:00; Fr: 14:00 – 16:00 (only at the time of combined studies).


Study facilities

The PAN-EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY offers complete facilities including well-furnished, fully air-conditioned rooms and halls, equipped with multi-media presentation devices, library with a number of PCs, copiers and printers available to students, books and magazines. Wi-fi connection to the Internet in classrooms, computer and study rooms are matter of fact.


International programs

ERASMUS exchange program

Practical information for mobile students

Entry Requirements

Entry Requirements for Bachelor Studies:

  • Czech citizens: completed secondary education (notarized copy of the leaving examination certificate must be sent to the University with the application form)
  • Non Czech citizens: completed secondary education (notarized copy of  recognized document should be submitted latest at registration)
  • Non Czech citizens should have a relevant command of the Czech or Slovak language
  • Applicants graduated from secondary special schools (VOŠ) and wishing to study in the bachelor program (2 – 3 standard terms) are required to have graduated in economics and management
  • Applicants for part-time studies should have at least one year of relevant work experience.

Entry Requirements for Master Studies:

  • Czech citizens: Completed bachelor studies or relevant part of master studies (notarized copy of diploma)
  • Non Czech citizens, who do not have Bachelor diploma from a Czech or Slovak school, have to submit a notarized copy of recognized document attesting a graduation at the university type of school.

Visa requirements

Long-term visa summary

Useful Information

Official Czech information site of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Czech Tourism

Official site for visitors to the Czech Republic

Prague Daily Monitor

News and resources about the Czech Republic in English


Depending on the particular program, students are offered internships, both as part of their curricula, or as extra-curricular activity, with various institutions of their interest. The PAN-EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY cooperates with a great number of both private companies and public agencies that make it likely for everyone to succeed in the search for the right internship. 

Extra-mural and leisure activities

Every year students hold a large number of cultural, sporting and other events. Specialist seminars, debates and conferences are organized in the school not only in the sphere of management, finance, politics, etc., but also on various topical themes. These events are also attended by research workers and specialists with practice.

September – Getting to know party of freshmen

October – Welcome Party Winter semester

December – PartyPles Summer semester

March – Welcome Party

March – Skiing Course

May – Boat Party

Diploma Supplement

Diploma Supplement at the PAN-EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY is being issued in English and Czech, given automatically and free of charge to every student upon graduation.


It’s a short walk from our school to Wenceslas Square, the Astronomical Clock and all the great spots can be easily reached by subway, which is right next to the school.