Bachelor´s Degree Programme taught in English

  • Bachelor´s degree programmes typically start once a year.


1st round 15/05/2024   18/09/2024

Important: Applications are assigned enrolment dates according to delivery dates (if not specified otherwise by the applicant). E-applications that are not completed by the round closing date will be rejected.

How to apply

1. E-application

Fill in the e-application form. Make sure you complete all sections.  


A video guide on how to fill in the e-application form can be found here:

2. Administrative fee payment

Pay the administrative fee of €100 for the admission procedure. Bank account number and your variable symbol are available in
e-application form. 

Payment processing usually takes up to 1 week. Your application will then be marked as paid.

In the e-application, you will receive access data that will allow you to work with your application and monitor its progress until the deadline. The e-application will be considered complete and accepted only after all the requirements have been met, including verification of payment of the administrative fee.

3. Documents submission

For the purposes of the admission procedure, certified copies of documents with the required level of verification must be provided.

  1. an officially certified copy of a diploma, certificate or similar evidence of graduation issued by a foreign university,
  2. a certified copy of an attachment to the certificate or grade sheet ("Transcript of Records"),
  3. a copy of ID card

The above-mentioned documents should be sent to the address of Škoda Auto University: Na Karmeli 1457, 293 01 Mladá Boleslav, Czech Republic.

4. Recognition of foreign education in the Czech Republic

Applicable to all applicants who have received their previous education abroad.

A) Assessment of foreign education for the purposes of admission to Škoda Auto University

B) General recognition of foreign education in the Czech Republic
The general recognition of foreign higher education is decided by the public higher education institution that offers an accredited study programme in a similar field.

5. Entrance exam

The entrance examination is designed to test the level of knowledge and skills required to study a particular study programme.

The entrance exam consists of two parts:
1) Entrance interview
The interview is conducted in English and is aimed at assessing the motivation to study, the study requirements and the level of competence in the field of Economics and Management required for studying at Škoda Auto University. The interview is held online via MS Teams.
2) English language exam
English language proficiency is assessed through internal testing using the Comprehensive Language Assessment, which covers all language skills: reading, listening, writing and speaking in English. The English Language Assessment consists of two parts: an online test and an essay on a given topic.

The English language test can be recognised on the basis of an international language certificate issued no more than 3 years ago.

A minimum level of English required for admission procedure is B2 level according to CEFR.

Information for International Applicants and Applicants who Received Previous Education Abroad.pdf


Škoda Auto Vysoká Škola o.p.s. - International Office

Na Karmeli 1457, Mladá Boleslav 293 01, Czech Republic

Ing. Denisa Římalová, M.A.

Head of the International Office