Rules and recommendations
Due to the uncertain pandemic situation, it is prohibited to offer any accommodation in educational dormitories and halls to any students who live on a different address within the grounds of the Czech Republic. This also applies to the university students.
There are some exemptions. Students of the same class and practical training can stay at the school accommodation facilities. The exemption also applies to all students of medicine and education with practical training, and to students with an obligation to work.
Dormitories and halls of residence can be used by PhD students.
My residential address is at a dormitory/hall
Students who do not have another residential address within the grounds of the Czech Republic may remain in dormitories/halls of residence. The residential address is a place which is considered to be your permanent place to live, a place where it feels like home to you. If you provide a consent in which you state the dormitory/hall of residence, not any other place, is a home to you, you may remain living there.
If you stay in a dormitory/hall of residence, please maintain increased hygiene measures (the rule of 3: face mask – hands – social distancing).
However, the Ministry of Education is asking, if possible, for students to return home and thus reducing their social contacts. Universities decide on the details of the operation of the dormitories independently. If you have any questions, please contact the dormitory operator directly.
If this measure may cause you getting into a difficult social situation, please contact your school as universities may help their students via social scholarships. Financial help is also offered by the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs.