ŠKODA AUTO University was founded in 2000 as the first and the only company university in Czech Republic. Its founder is ŠKODA AUTO, seated in Mladá Boleslav, is one of the most important and most dynamically evolving companies in the Czech republic and one of the largest brands of the Volkswagen concern.
How we improve our graduate employability
An indivisible part of the full-time bachelor study programme is the student s´ internship. These internships form the fifth semester and are undertaken at ŠKODA AUTO or its suppliers within the Czech Republic. Many students of the follow-on master study programme participate in internships whilst studying on a part-time, thus gaining not only theoretical expertise, but also relevant work experience. Students with an excellent command of foreign language can apply for internships abroad. Abroad, students usually undertake the internship within the Volkswagen concern or the ŠKODA AUTO group.
Since 2005 ŠKODA AUTO University has been a part of the Erasmus+ programme. The programme is part of the Lifelong Learning Programme of the European Union and focuses on the mobility and cooperation of higher education institutions in Europe. The programme also supports cooperation of higher education institutions with foreign companies. In 2007 ŠKODA AUTO University received the Erasmus Extended University Charter.
All specialisations in Czech: 28 000 CZK/per semester
All specialisations in English: 4 500 €/per academic year
International Marketing (English or Czech)
International Supply Chain Managemement (English or Czech)
Finance in International Business (English or Czech)
Law in the Global Business Environment (English or Czech)
All specialisations in Czech: 32 000 CZK/per semester
All specialisations in English: 4 900 €/per academic year
Admission procedure and terms
The bachelor’s degree programme has only one intake per year. Currently, it is possible to apply for the academic year 2019/2020 which commences in September 2019. The master´s degree programme has two intakes per year. Currently, it is possible to apply for the winter semester 2019/2020 which commences in September 2019. E-application is available here.