How to Apply

  1. Online application 
    Submit an e-application and pay the application fee (50 EUR or 1,250 CZK) by April 30, 2024.

  2. Upload required documents
    Submit proof of proficiency in English and upload your bachelor’s diploma and transcript of records along with a motivation letter in your e-application.

  3. Submit your essay + structured CV
    Upload your CV and an essay on a given economic topic in your e-application by April 30, 2024, and talk to us for a while during a brief interview in Prague or on Zoom.

  4. Committee decision
    The admission results will be announced on May 20, 2024, at the latest.

  5. Tuition fee
    Pay the tuition fee (2,500 EUR/semester), get your visa documents (if needed) and you are ready to go.

  6. Enrolment
    Congratulations! As of now, you are a student.


Applications for the Academic Year 2024/2025 will open on December 1, 2023, with the deadline on April 30, 2024.

Having questions about admissions? Arrange a call.


1. Submit an on-line application form

By clicking APPLY, you will be redirected to the study information system (InSIS). Please note that applications for the Academic Year 2024/2025 open on December 1, 2023, with the deadline on April 30, 2024.
Before the application can be dealt with, applicants must pay the application fee of 50 EUR or 1,250 CZK at the latest on April 30, 2024, to the bank account as indicated in ISIS in the application form. This fee will not be reimbursed under any circumstances.

2. Upload your personal documents

Applicants upload required documents to the e-application in InSIS by April 30, 2024. The required documents are an English certificate (see below), Bachelor’s diploma (see below) and optionally GMAT certificate along with a motivation letter.

Students can also deliver the printed application form with all the required documents to MIMG office RB 358 (Rajská Building), office hours Mo and Thu 10:00 – 12:00 and 13:00 – 15:00.

How to prove the bachelor’s degree:

In case a student does not have their recognition ready they are allowed to present it by the beginning of winter semester, i.e. before September 18, 2024, or exceptionally by the end of the first semester (i.e. by February 2024). By the law, a student without recognition cannot be enrolled as a full-time student however they may attend all the classes as a life-study student.

In case you still study and you’re about to finish the bachelor studies in the current academic year, you have to send us the Confirmation of Study from the University and the actual, temporary Academic Transcript/Report.

The Academic Transcript/Report must include:

  • A list of all courses completed during the bachelor’s study
  • ECTS credits or allocated number of class hours per week for all courses on the list
  • Grades in all courses on the list
  • The grading scale
  • The transcript has to be in a form of original letter on university letterhead paper, with the signature of a responsible person and a stamp
  • English version of the transcript is required

The application for the recognition must be submitted immediately the final documents (Diploma and  Diploma Supplement/Transcript) are issued and prepared in the required conditions, see information on this page above. The documents must be submitted not later than the Winter semester starts!

English proficiency (if not your mother tongue) may be proved by:

  • TOEFL ibT ≥ 90, IELTS ≥ 6,5, CPE A, B or C, CAE A, B or C BEC Higher A, B or C, OR
  • Bachelor degree from an English speaking country or taught fully in English at any CEMS university or EQUIS/AACSB accredited university.

Optional: Candidates who may present their GMAT certificate may be granted extra points. However, GMAT is not a required prerequisite. Please note that in the e-application in InSIS (information system) is stated, that it is a required course, however, it is not true.

3. Submit an Essay + Structured CV

The admission procedure is a long-distance one. Students must submit a structured CV containing a link to a motivational video and an essay on a given economic topic at the latest on April 30, 2024. The essay must be uploaded to their e-application in InSIS.

  • Instructions:
      1. The essay must be written in English and solely by the applicant without any assistance from others!
      2. Students must choose only one from the topics listed below.
      3. The scope of an essay must be between 2,500 and 3,000 words.
      4. The applicant must strictly avoid any form of plagiarism, including translations. If an essay or any part of it is copied or translated, the author of it will be excluded from the admission procedure.
      5. The essay should be saved in MS WORD format and uploaded in their e-application in InSIS by April 30, 2024.
      6. The structured CV must be in English and contain a photo (max 1 A4 page)
      7. Motivational video briefly introducing yourself and your motivation statement to study our programme (1-3 mins max, can be shot on your phone). The link leading to your video must be inserted at the end of your CV.
  • Available essay topics:
    • Business plan executive summary. You may use your own idea of what kind of business you would like to start-up in future.
    • Strategic analysis of a company of your choice.
    • Marketing plan for a product of your choice.
    • Shipping Industry and Logistics – Industry 4.0, Internet of Things, Digitization and Digitalization.
    • Shipping Industry and Green Logistics – Environment and Sustainability.

Note: Please, do not forget to indicate all used sources of information.

Part of the admission procedure is also a brief interview not longer than 10-15 minutes. We will mainly discuss the motivations of your study at the university and the topic of the essay you submit. Both on-site interviews, as well as Zoom interviews, will be held at the beginning of May 2024. Applicants will be provided with a link to register for the interview after April 30.

4. Committee decision

On May 15, 2024: The admission results will be announced (by e-mail or in the information system InSIS).

5. Pay the tuition fee and reserve your place

Students who have been accepted and want to reserve their place must pay the tuition for the first academic year at latest by July 31, 2024.


Students, who meet all the admission requirements, i.e. passed the admission procedure, delivered all the required documents and paid the tuition for the first academic year will be immediately enrolled as full-time students.

Those who require any documents for a long-term study visa will be issued these documents straight after enrollment.