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Visiting students are welcome for a minimum of one (1) and a maximum of two (2) terms.
Transfer students must complete a minimum three (3) terms of full-time study at ARCHIP. We do not accept transfer students for the graduate programme; we do, however, accept visiting students for the first three terms of the graduate programme.
Visiting or transfer students of bachelor programme
You will have completed your secondary (high) school education and passed your school-leaving exams, a proof of which must be attached.
Our laws require that foreign regular/transfer students must have their secondary (high) school level education formally recognized by the Czech authorities (skoly.praha.eu/87436_RECOGNITION-OF-FOREIGN-EDUCATION).
Level of English
ARCHIP requires its students have a good command of the English language. ARCHIP may request that the student produces a proof of having taken one of the exams below, with a level of achievement indicated; the certificate must not be older than two years. Please note that study may be interrupted if student's English proficiency is found inadequate.
- IELTS 6.0
- TOEFL IBT 79
- Cambridge Exam FCE
- CEFR B2
Visiting or transfer students of master programme
Applicants for the Master's programme must have an undergraduate degree from another accredited school of architecture/design/engineering.
We recognize the following undergraduate degrees:
- Landscape Architecture
- Urban Planning/Urban Design
- Civil Engineering and Architecture
- Students with a Bachelor's degree from ARCHIP go through the same admissions procedure.
Level of English
The level of English proficiency must be any of the following:
- TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) IBT with a minimum score of 79 points; TOEFL Paper with minimum of 550 points; TOEFL CBT with a minimum score of 213 points.
- IELTS Academic version (International English Language Testing Service, British Council) with a minimum score of 6.5 points
- CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) C1 level
- Cambridge Exam (Certificate in Advanced English or Certificate of Proficiency in English from University of Cambridge)
If you are a citizen of Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, United Kingdom and United States and you already have at least one undergraduate degree from a school which teaches in English, you do not need to prove your English proficiency.