Czech Republic

Czech Koruna (CZK)

Living in Czech Republic

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  • How much is the cost of living in Czech Republic?

    Czech Republic enjoys a low cost of living to pursue your studies in, but of course living costs in Czech Republic are subject to your personal lifestyle and where you live, but here is a rough estimate of a student’s average monthly budget:

    • Food: 50 CZK/2.5 USD
    • Accommodation: 150 USD
    • Transportation: 550 CZK
    • Utilities:  CZK
    • Hobby/leisure, miscellaneous: 200 CZK

  • What is the lifestyle like in Czech Republic?

    Czechs generally put their family ahead of work, and make the most out of holidays by travelling to beaches and parks with family members. They enjoy their day offs and leisure time and know how to balance this well with work. While on their day offs, Czechs spend the day on various outdoor activities ranging from gardening to cross-country skiing. Beer is an essential part of Czech life, with Czech Republic having the highest beer consumption in the world. It’s also interesting to note that Czech Republic is one of the safest countries in the world

    Being at the center of Central European lifestyle, Czech Republic is overflowing with history and arts. Grand architecture and historical monuments and cathedrals can be found at almost any corner. Czechs have an affinity for music, with many renowned classical composers. They are not limited the classics however, as the younger generations also enjoy music in pubs and festivals. Sports are highly celebrated among Czechs, most especially ice hockey and soccer.

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Schools in Czech Republic

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Study in Czech Republic

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Work in Czech Republic

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