Your home university might be the greatest, but “flying the nest” is always the best school of life. For a short or long-term stay, we gladly accept students from all around the world. The Faculty of Law has over 60 Erasmus+ agreements with European universities and countless bilateral agreements with colleges worldwide. Every year, about 80 international students come to spend their semester or two here.
And we know why. Our faculty is part of the prestigious Palacký University, the second oldest in the Czech Republic. Despite its tradition, this institution is not a conservative one; at our faculty, we love innovations, friendliness and open-mindedness. And the city of Olomouc is a great background for that. Every fourth inhabitant is a student which makes this place fresh and fun. With its walkable size, breathtaking historical sites, dozens of cultural events and reasonable prices, it is an ideal place for flourishing student life. Yes, you are welcome!
As an exchange student, you can study at the Faculty of Law:
- Within the Erasmus+ programme if your home institution is an Erasmus+ partner of Palacký University Olomouc.
- Under a bilateral institutional agreement if your home university has such one with Palacký University Olomouc.
- As a free mover, if your home institution has no kind of agreement with Palacký University Olomouc, but you think that it is the right place for your stay abroad.
If you feel like studying at our faculty under any of these schemes, do not hesitate to contact us! We will lead you step-by-step to make it happen. Before you get in touch, check our website: it is full of useful information about the university, application procedure, important deadlines etc.
We offer multiple courses that you can complete entirely in English. Most of them focus on European and international law, but you can also deepen your knowledge in tax law, banking law or English legal terminology. Here, you can find the complete offer of courses held in English. Naturally, you should speak it well: your level must be at least B2. But it is worth it; the language is your tool to get new knowledge and new friends. And it is priceless to have both.