The Fulbright Commission Advising Center facilitated by the EducationUSA network assists U.S. colleges and universities with their recruitment efforts in the Czech Republic.
Register on the EducationUSA website and learn more about EducationUSA services and resources for the U.S. higher education community. The website also includes updated information on the Czech Republic and Advising Center services for U.S. educators. You can also access the most recent EducationUSA Global Guide and Student Mobility Fact Sheets for detailed information on current statistics, recruitment trends, country highlights, and government scholarships written by experts on the ground.
Guidelines for Sending Promotional Materials to the Center
We welcome information materials sent by schools, however we prefer electronic versions sent through the e-mail.
We do not keep a reference library anymore as local students prefer online information.
If you still want to send us print materials or brochures please only send one copy of each.
We prefer materials with information targeted specifically towards international students.
Information about scholarships and specific scholarship announcements are especially appreciated.
The Advising Center sends a monthly newsletter to prospective Czech students interested in study abroad. If you want to place an announcement, please send it to the Educational Advisor by email to .
The Advising Center operates a Facebook page for prospective Czech students.
We also have a Facebook group for current Czech students studying in the U.S. If you have any Czech students on your campus, please encourage them to join the group.
Recruitment Calendar: When to Recruit in the Czech Republic?
The calendar lists national and public holidays, academic schedules, vacation period etc. and contains recommendations for the best time to visit the Czech Republic for recruitment purposes. This information should help U.S. schools with planning their recruitment visits in the Czech Republic.
Interested schools can also participate at fairs organized by other organization. Here is a short overview of some organizations that were or are involved in organizing education fairs in the Czech Republic in past years:
There are several types of secondary schools in the Czech Republic. Students cannot choose levels of courses, the level is set by the type of school where they study. The most demanding level of courses is offered at Gymnaziums. Gymnaziums produce the best quality students who are prepared in liberal arts subjects for further college studies.
There are also several schools in the Czech Republic that offer study programs in English. Some of them belong to the national system, while some of them are international and offer IB or British programs.
Fulbright U.S. Scholar Awards allow academics, professionals who are U.S. citizens to teach, research, and carry out professional projects in the Czech Republic and worldwide. Information and application online is to be found on https://fulbrightscholars.org/us-scholar-awards. Reach out to us to find out more details on
Fulbright Czech Republic invites teachers and teaching assistants to participate in webinar “Teaching Controversial Issues, Lessons Learned from Cross-National Research – Frameworks, Strategies, and Resources” from 4 to 5 pm on Thursday, February 23 on platform ZOOM. The webinar will feature recent Fulbright Scholar to
We are organizing a Midyear conference between February 1-4 outside of Prague. The office will be closed for your visits and we will have only limited access to email correspondence. We will be fully back next Monday. Thanks for understanding.