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What childcare options are available for children who are not yet school-aged?
Ukrainian children have the same legal rights to get admission to pre-school education as children with permanent residence in the Czech Republic.
How do I enroll my child(ren) into school?
Every child at the age of 6-15 who lives in Czech Republic over 90 days is obliged to attend local school, which is free of charge.
Czech school education consists of 2 parts:
Here you can find more information and an interactive list of schools and kindergartens in Czech Republic in Ukrainian.
Also, please check this online hub for children in 7-11 grades for home studies and additional resources. It does not replace the official school curriculum.
What happens if my kid gets sick?
In Czech Republic, all medical facilities are required to provide emergency care at any time and to any person, regardless of whether they have insurance or a residence permit. However, a fee may be charged for the provision of medical services. Please find more information in Ukrainian here and visit this website that lists all the doctors and clinics available for Ukrainian patients.
Here are direct links to child hospitals and pediatric departments:
You can get some useful information about children arriving from Ukraine here .
Can I continue my university studies at another university? What documents do I need?
Yes. You can continue your studies at Czech University if you have passed the graduation state exam in Ukraine.
Also, if you have already partly completed your education in Ukraine, you can be accepted to the higher course, after review of your educational documents.
If you do not have any proof of your education in Ukraine, you can still apply for university by filling up the form of affidavit provided by the university that you are willing to study at.
Here is a full list of universities in the Czech Republic, that you can contact directly for further information on application procedure.
Information about scholarships: www.studyin.cz
What languages do I need to speak to be able to study?
Studies that are free of charge are mostly taught in the Czech language at public universities. There are also scholarships available for Ukrainian students who are willing to study in English.
Where can I pass my related language exams (e.g. TOEFL, IELTS)?
If you are fluent in Czech, you have to pass the Czech Language Certificate Exam (CCE) before applying to the university. The required level of language proficiency is B2, in some study programs C1.
You can pass Czech language exam in Prague at the Institute for Language and Preparatory Studies. Study centre Praha-Krystal. José Martího 2/407, block C. 160 00 Prague 6. Check this website to see other exams locations, dates and online application.
For English language you can pass IELTS exam in Prague or Brno, please find more information on exact locations here . For TOEFL exam there are 3 testing centers – in Prague in the Institute of Language Studies of the Academy of Sciences and in the premises of the training centre EDU2000, in Ostrava at VŠB – Technical University of Ostrava, Poruba. Here is more information on the exam dates and locations.