Applicants for the Czech Studies in-class course may ask for assistance with the arrangement of the accommodation in the dorm. Should you be interested, please fill in the relevant fields in your application form (including the exact dates).


The pricelist is available here. Details on how to pay here (each student applying after November will receive an email with online payment link and instructions from the dormitories). Detailed information about dorms is available here.

Please note that based on the information provided by the Dormitories and Refectories of the Charles University, unfortunately most special requests will likely NOT be granted for capacity reasons. There are not many single rooms available and those are primarily assigned to PhD and master degree programme students. Should any suitable options be vacated, it is possible to request moving to another room on site, or cover the fee for the second bed and inhabit the room alone (dorm Vltava).

Processing your reservation typically takes approximately 5 working days. The Dormitories and Refectories of the Charles University prepare the dorm agreement in 3 originals (2 copies in Czech, 1 in English). Please note: the dorm agreement only becomes valid after all parties provide their signature! One Czech original needs to be brought to the Dormitories and Refectories of the Charles University upon arrival.

Please note that the reservation fee needs to be covered by the deadline, or the reservation will be cancelled (please see the Dorms and Refectories website for details).

Please note that the Dormitories and Refectories CU are an entirely separate entity within the University from the Institute of Czech Studies. Therefore your dormitory contract is in no way tied to your application (apart from making you eligible for student prices) and in conclusion should be treated like any other accommodation (in a hotel or a hostel).
While your reservation fee may be due before your visa is processed (August 31 in Winter 22/23, December 31 in Summer 22/23), most of your deposit is refundable in case you do not obtain a visa (=force majeure) and cannot arrive (in Winter 22/23, 500 CZK is the non-refundable part). Naturally, this only applies if you notify the dormitories regarding any changes to your reservation IN ADVANCE).

If you already have a reservation and an agreement and covered the reservation fee, and would like to make changes to your reservation (eg. arrive a day early, request a single room), we recommend to contact your dormitory directly during their office hours.


Before entering the Czech Republic, read through the Dormitories and Refectories’ guide on quarantine measures. Before you arrive to your dorm, read here. Measures taken to prevent the spread of the dynamic at the dorms are available here.



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