How Can Masaryk University’s New Electronic Diplomas Make Life Easier for International Students

Masaryk University Brno recently announced that they are about to launch a new life-hack for graduating students – electronic diplomas. If you are studying at this university, you will therefore be able to download a digital copy of your degree in addition to receiving your paper diploma. This digital copy will have the exact same content as the hard paper copy and will be equipped with a qualified seal.

Domeq Opened Doors to Public During Open House Brno 2021, Visited by over 17 000 Guests

Domeq residential building participated in the 4th edition of Open House Brno, which attracted over 17 000 visitors. This annual festival allows people to visit places in Brno they don’t typically get to see – rare historical monuments or unique projects and private buildings. Domeq became a popular destination as it is a unique coliving project in Brno.

Which Enjoyable Benefits Come with a Residence Permit?

Would you like to purchase internet services, apply for a mortgage, register your car or be able to return to Czechia in case of emergencies? If you are an EU citizen or a family member of an EU citizen living in Czechia, you will be able to with a residence permit. Although applying for one may seem like too much of a bother, the benefits greatly outweigh the bureaucracy. Above all, they will make your life in Czechia much easier.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Vaccine Registration for Self-Paying Foreigners from 11 June, Surgical Masks from 1 July, “COVID-19 Pass” Approved by the EU

Foreigners living in Czechia who do not have public insurance should finally be able to register for their COVID-19 vaccine. This should be possible from 11 June. People may be allowed to wear surgical masks in shops and on public transport as of 1 July. The European Union has approved the so-called “COVID-19 pass”. It should launch at the beginning of July.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Masks Off in Schools and Offices from 8 June, EU and Serbian Citizens Allowed to Czechia from 21 June

As of 8 June, teachers, students and preschool children will no longer have to wear masks during class and exams. Employees sharing one office can also take off their respirators. The number of people who are allowed to gather for events and sports has gone up. The government has also decided that as of 21 June, people from all of the EU and Serbia will be allowed to enter Czechia. 

7 Things American Expats in the Czech Republic Should Know When Filing Taxes

Thanks to its booming economy, rich cultural heritage, and picturesque landscapes, the Czech Republic has become a top European destination for American tourists and expats. The country receives over 20 million visitors yearly, and the capital, Prague, ranks among the most visited European cities.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Restaurant Interiors and More Services Open on 31 May

The government decided that restaurant interiors should open this upcoming Monday, on 31 May. This decision happened in reaction to the Supreme Administrative Court’s verdict regarding this issue. Aside from restaurant interiors, music clubs, casinos, swimming pools, saunas, and wellness centers will also open on the same day.

Coronavirus in Czechia: Easier International Travel after 1st or 2nd Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine

According to the government’s decision, those who have been vaccinated against COVID-19 in Czechia, Hungary, Germany, Poland, Austria, Slovakia or Slovenia will be allowed to return to Czechia from orange and red countries without restrictions. That means they do not need to get tested or be quarantined when they get back. 

Coronavirus in Czechia: More Students to Return to School and Accommodation Services to Resume on 24 May

Monday, 24 May will mark more restriction relaxations in Czechia. High school students will be allowed to return to schools in full regime. Universities will also be allowed to reopen. On the same day, hotels and other types of accommodation will resume their business as well and indoor gyms and sports areas will be able to welcome up to 30 people at a time.

Calling All International Students: How to Legalize your Diploma and/or Stay in Czechia after Graduation

Are you a foreign student enrolled in one of the international programmes at Czech universities? Even if you’ve only just enrolled and are about to start your studies in the fall, you might want to start thinking about what’s next. And if you’re about to graduate, you definitely need to know what your options are.