Do you want to study at a Czech university TUITION FREE? We will teach you Czech language and prepare you for the entrance exams to a Czech university!

Don´t hesitate and apply for our one -year Czech course aimed at Czech university admission exams!

Preparatory courses of Czech language for foreigners and preparation for entrance exams for medical, natural science and technical faculties. 

High-quality post-secondary courses in Mariánské Lázně.

Applications for the 2024 - 2025 school year are already available, including the course price list!

Our main activities 

Teaching Czech language to foreigners

Studying Czech language is aimed at mastering the necessary level of Czech for successful passing university entrance exams. We take students to levels B1, B2 or C1 and issue a certificate at the end of the course.

Post-high school graduate courses for Czech applicants

These courses provide specialized lessons of professional subjects biology, physics and chemistry, focused on successful admission to medical and science-oriented universities (pharmacy, chemistry, sciences, veterinary medicine and agriculture).

Teaching biology, chemistry, physics and mathematics in Czech language

The study of professional subjects is conducted in Czech language and the curriculum is based on the requirements of medical and science-oriented universities (pharmacy, chemistry, sciences, veterinary medicine and agriculture).

Czech language certified exams

Our team of specialized and experienced lecturers offers preparation and taking of several types of exams: specialized exams for levels B1, B2 and C1 needed for success at admission exams for medical and science-oriented universities (pharmacy, chemistry, sciences, veterinary medicine and agriculture).

Consultations, help, and support for our students

1. Visa assistance

2. Organization of students´ housing

3. Health insurance 

4. Assistance with health care related questions

5. Translation of documents 

6. Help with legal verification of documents 

7. Help with opening a bank account 

8. Sending documents via DHL 

9. Help with choosing the fitting university study programme

10. Assistance with filling the university admission applications 

11. Help with postal services and delivery services 

12. Assistance with filling other documents

13. Assistance during unexpected situations and emergencies 

Ceremonial end of the second year of the AMAR basic course

On Thursday, May 30, 2024, the closing ceremony of the 2023/2024 academic year took place in Mariánské Lázně on the Small Stage of the Chopin House. Foreign students of the basic course received CERTIFICATES on completion of the course. There were tears too, but this time they were tears of happiness. But the most important thing is ahead of them, to make use of their acquired knowledge during the entrance exams to the faculties. We wish them much success!

An interview with the successful student Sofia Lipina, who studied at the AMAR school in Mariánské Lázně in 2023/24. After a one-year course, she successfully passed the exams for the Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Faculty in Brno for the field of veterinary medicine and for the Faculty of Veterinary Hygiene and Ecology.

1· How long were you in the Czech Republic before you started attending AMAR courses?

I came to the Czech Republic for the AMAR courses, I had never been to the Czech Republic before but I wanted to study here.

2· Is Czech a difficult language for you?

Surprisingly, Czech was not a problem for me. This language is similar with my mother tongue. My Czech teachers Mrs. Černá and Mrs. Rollová explained all the material clearly.

3· What was and is the hardest thing in Czech for you?

Speaking, listening and reading were not difficult for me, but the most difficult part was grammar, which is difficult in all languages.

4· Which professional subject do you like best: biology, chemistry or physics?

My favorite subject is biology, which contains topics useful and interesting for life.

5· Which of these subjects was difficult for you in terms of a foreign language?

Biology was the most difficult for me. This subject contains a lot of terms. And there is also a huge amount of information about various topics in biology.

6· Were you afraid of the entrance exams? Why? Language barriers or some professional subject?

Yes, I was afraid of entrance exams because exams are always stressful for me.

7· Would you take the exams without a year's preparation at AMAR?

I wouldn't have taken the entrance exams without a preparatory course, because I didn't know Czech at all, and the courses also helped me learn professional subjects in Czech. I also learned information that we did not learn in school.

Thanks to Mariánské Lázně

... after many years I have successfully passed my accreditation in the field of cardiology and this marks the end of my studies in the Czech Republic, which began in Mariánské Lázně. Of course education never truly ends, especially in our field, however it should continue "simply and smoothly". Thank you for the provided education solid ground, which assisted me in my studies, work, and personal development. 

Ben Uwamahoro


History of teaching foreign students in Mariánské Lázně 


years of teaching foreigners in the town of Mariánské Lázně 


students who have studied in the town of Mariánské Lázně 


countries which students have come from to study in the town of Mariánské Lázně