Practicalities

Practicalities for Master Study programme: Regional Development and Governance

Here you find information concerning visa and residence permits for non EU citizens respectively. Please check first whether this information is relevant for you regarding access to the country and residence.

  • Students who are nationals of European Union, the European Economic Area (EEA) and Switzerland do not need VISA to enter Lithuania or Czech Republic.
  • If you hold any other nationality you will be subject to immigration control in Lithuania and Czech Republic and may need a visa. As Regional development and Governance is jointly delivered programme you need to ensure that you possess access for both countries, Lithuania and Czech Republic.

Students from non EU countries can enter The Czech Republic when holding one of the following documents:

  • Schengen visa or residence permit/visa issued by another Schengen state (visa/TRP allows one to stay for the period indicated in the visa-TRP but not exceeding three months in any six-month period);
  • National multi-entry visa (visa permits student to stay in Czech Republic for up to 12 months);                                                           
  • Temporary residence permit (TRP allows one to reside in the country for the entire period of studies, but has to be replaced annually).

Students from non EU countries, who want to enter Czech Republic, can get information about visa application procedure at the Czech embassies or consulates in their home countries or they can consult the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic. If you need VISA, ask at the Czech Embassy/Consulate in your home country about procedure; remember than you might need the forms from Pardubice University and Visa applications should be submitted to the Embassy at least 60 days before the planned date of departure. It is not possible to apply for the visa in the Czech Republic.

For more information, please contact Programme coordinators:

Beatrice Poskuviene (Šiauliai University)

Ph.: +370 685 06446

E-mail: b.poskuviene@gmail.com

Ing. Jana Pekařová (University of Pardubice)

Ph.:+420 466 036 058

E-mail: jana.pekarova@upce.cz

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COST OF LIVING IN PARDUBICE FOR STUDENTS

Generally, Cost of living for students in the University is estimated to be between 230-400 Euros (262-456 dollars) per month with accommodation and general expenses inclusive. This is however, dependent on the preference of the individual.

HALLS OF RESIDENCE OF UNIVERSITY OF PARDUBICE

Halls of Residence of University of Pardubice are located in the center of the University Campus. Hall of Residence offers high standard, clean, comfortable accommodation suitable for graduate and mature students.

It is important to note that bed capacity of the Halls of Residence is approximately 1 600. Persons wishing to be accommodated must specify their preference and duration for the accommodation.

Ranges of accommodation:

  • Accommodation for short time
  • Individual accommodation
  • Accommodation for all academic year with fixed start and end of accommodation

For guests who prefer accommodation for short term, it is important to have reservation for accommodation by writing email to ubcentrum@upce.cz  with your request.

Individual accommodation and accommodation for all academic year is designed primarily for foreign students/employee of University.

Types of rooms (accommodation for short time):

  •  HOTEL
  • Studio HOTEL (Studio include hall (in hall is toilet and shower) and two rooms-> first room have only 1 bed; second room have two beds)
  • Studio STUDENT (Studio include hall with toilet, bathroom, fridge nad microwave oven,and two rooms (every room have 1 bed)
  • Apartment HOTEL (Apartment include kitchen (fridge, cooker, microwave oven), two beds, toilet and shower)
  • Apartment ++ HOTEL (apartment ++ include hall with toilet, shower, kitchenette with fridge; living room, bed room with matrimodial bed)

 

  •  HOSTEL
  • Room CLASSIC (double room; toilet, shower and kitchen are shared on the corridor)

PRICE LIST VALID FROM 1ST SEPTEMBER 2017

Type of Accommodation

Price in euro

Price in dollars

Pavilion A, B, D

1-2 bed room CLASSIC occupied by 1 person

173-192

197-218

2 bed room CLASSIC occupied by 2 people

142-154

162-176

2-3 bed room CLASSIC PLUS occupied by 1 person

150-162

171-185

2-3 bed room CLASSIC PLUS occupied by 2-3 people

162-173

185-197

Single bed room type 1+1 in one cell

239-269

273-307

Pavilion C

2 bed room occupied by 1 person "Apartment"

329-346

375-394

2 bed room occupied by 2 people "Apartment"

202-231

230-263

Pavilion E

STUDIO occupied by 1 person

312-327

356-373

STUDIO occupied by 2 people

194-211

221-241

Pavilion F

STUDIO occupied by 1 person

308-327

351-373

STUDIO occupied by 2 people

190-208

217-237

STUDIO occupied by 3 people

169-185

193-211

STUDIO occupied by 4 people

157-173

179-197

 

 

 

There is also the possibility to rent apartment (both shared and full) outside of school campus

Full Apartment per person (1kk-2kk)

346-654

375-747

Shared Apartment

154-231

176-263

NOTE:

For more enquiries contact;

Petra Macháňová,

E-mail: petra.machanova@upce.cz

TEL: (420) 466 036 624

 

Šiauliai University students’ dormitory is situated in the center of Šiauliai. All rooms are double – two students share one room. Two rooms share a toilet and a sink. In the room you will find: a closet, a desk, a chair, a bed, a reading lamp, blankets, linen and towels, dishware and cooking utensils. Each floor has a common kitchen with a stove, a sink, an oven, a fridge. Read more

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