- University of Chmistry and Technology Prague
- University of Economics, Prague
- Tomas Bata Univerity
- Technical University of Ostrava
- University of Ostrava
- Charles University
- University of Pardubice
- Palacky University
- Masaryk University
- Leipzig University of Applied Sciences
- Technical University of Dresden
- Facculty of Food and Biochemistry Technology
- Faculty of Finance and Accounting
- Facculty of Business Administration
- Facculty of Logistics and Crisis Management
- Facculty of Multimedia Communications
- Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
- Faculty of Civil Engineering
- Faculty of Pharmacy
- Faculty of Law
- Faculty of Medicine
- Facculty of Architecture and Social Sciences
- Faculty of Environmental Sciences
- Facculty of Linguistics
- Faculty of Safety Engineering
- Facculty of Mining and Geology
- Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
- Faculty of Sports Science
- Faculty of Humanities
- Facculty of Restoration
- Facculty of Transport Engineering
- Czech: 0
- German: 0
- English: 600 – 5000 EUR/ academic year (depending on degree and level)
- Bachelor: 3-4 years
- Master: 2 years
- Doctor: 3-4 years
- 100% tuition fee free for Czech training programs.
- Tuition fees are lower in English than in Western Europe, Singapore, UK, Australia and the USA.
- The number of majors is diversified, many of which are HOT (pharmacy, chemical technology, telecommunications, international business, computer science, etc.).
- The European Cooperation Center offers many scholarships for excellent students.
- The degree is of international value.
- You have many opportunities to travel throughout Europe (Czech Republic is a Schengen member). This is safe destination for students with a solidarity Vietnamese community, has been recognized by the Czech Government as an ethnic minority in the 14 ethnic groups of the Czech Republic.
- The cost of living is about $ 300 - $ 400/ month.
- High employment opportunities after graduation.