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
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.
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
Children not only to themselves
On Thursday, December 14, 2023 at 2:00 p.m., the hall of ZŠ JIH was filled almost to the last seat. For now, a foreign language could be heard from the hall. The festive academy of pupils and students of the AMAR Academy 2023/24 was held. However, only the Czech language could be heard from the stage for the entire hour of the performance, and sometimes they were heard
even very complicated sentences. The students really enjoyed their performances, they showed skits, sang, played the violin and piano and danced modern dance to Christmas music. After less than six months, they speak Czech surprisingly well. The final thank you to the parents and teachers was touching. We all very much wish what the presenter said at the end: "We would like all people to have as much fun, as we do, all our lives."
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.
Successful students who were taught by lecturers in Mariánské Lázně
MUDr. Patrice Awonseba Baba Musah
gynaecologist and obstetrician,
head medical doctor of the outpatient department of the Institute For Mother and Child Care in Prague. Currently interning
1st place in the project Angel Among Healthcare Workers in 2021.
This project is designed for doctors, nurses, care providers, pharmacologists, and paramedics.
After receiving a special scholarship in 2005, Patrice came to study in the Czech Republic. He did not know a single word in Czech. He was 19 years old and that was his first time living by himself without his family.
In an interview for Novinky.cz Patrice said: "I did not even think that I could become a doctor, originally I received a scholarship to study pharmacy. When I was studying at the language school, my teacher told me that I am not a bad student and I should be able to study medicine. She encouraged me to apply to medical schools. I agreed to this and now I am a doctor."