EducationUSA is your official source on U.S. higher education! The mission of the EducationUSA Advising Center of the Fulbright Commission is to provide accurate, comprehensive, current and unbiased information about opportunities to study at accredited postsecondary institutions in the United States.
With thousands of academic programs, world-class institutions, and unmatched flexibility, the United States offers a wealth of higher-education opportunities that you will not find anywhere else in the world!
Our monthly newsletter keeps you updated on our advising center, what to do each month for your application process, American culture, tips for your applications and for your CV.
Our Advising Center is active in organizing a variety of events to reach Czech students around the country. All of our events focus on studying in the US, different types of universities, or parts of the application process. Find out more about where to meet us:
Advising center events:Each month we organize an event, often in collaboration with Czech and American students or universities. Details about our events can be found on our social media and in the newsletter. Watch some of our past webinars on our YouTube channel.
Pre-departure orientation: Every year, we organize a pre-departure orientation that will help you navigate your first steps in the USA (including VISA process, registration at US university, etc.).
School visits: We visit secondary schools all around the country in partnership with our Fulbright English Teaching Assistants or by request. Contact us to discuss an EducationUSA visit at your school at.
Consultation in-person and online
Meet with our EducationUSA Student Advisor to discuss your personal application plan. Consultations are available either in-person or online.
Each consultation lasts up to one hour with the possibility to ask about:
Your application plan
Other aspects of the application process
Scholarships or other possibilities of financing studies
Or anything else!
To request a free consultation, send an email to
What to expect:
Our Advisor will ask you about your application plan and background.
We will discuss different options with you based on our expert advice and knowledge of US higher education and the application process.
We will provide you with resources to help you continue your application process.
The EducationUSA Advising Center operates a specialized library with information materials on study in the United States. The library also contains resources for preparation for the U.S. standardized admission tests like TOEFL, ACT, SAT, GRE, and GMAT.
All titles currently available in our library can be found in our online catalogue.
To visit our library, please contact to schedule an appointment.
Rental service is free of charge, a CZK 1,000 deposit (per rental) is requested. This deposit will be returned once the rental is returned.
The standard length of the rental is 3 months. However, extensions can be arranged through phone or e-mail,
Materials can only be borrowed in person, we cannot mail any items.
The return of books must also be done in person during the time schedule over the e-mail at .
When you borrow a book, the person present will take a deposit from you and write down your personal data so that we can register you in our online database.
We will lend you the book(s) and issue a deposit confirmation, which includes the return date.
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