The entrance test has one written part. This part tests student’s knowledge of the cyech language and culture and the related subjects, and also some general knowledge. The applicants for Czech studies as a Foreign Language need to prove both their ability to study a philology discipline, and their good communicative knowledge of the Czech language in addition to general knowledge of Czech literature, culture and history.
Conditions of entrance requirements here.
The entrance examination for this type of study has two parts. In the first part applicants sit for a written test of Czech grammar, linguistic and literary terminology, of Czech culture, history and literature, etc. (see the model test). The essay on a given topic will also be a part of the written test.
The second part is an oral test. The conversation follows the applicant’s knowledge of the Czech language, Czech literature (the applicant is supposed to submit a reading list) and culture. The applicant’s ability to study a philology discipline and his/her motivation are evaluated as well.
Conditions of entrance requirements here (in Czech only). More information about test or recommended literature here: