UNYP-ISIC Student ID Card
Two cards in one
UNYP will provide you directly with a combined UNYP-ISIC card free of charge for the whole period of your studies, so you will avoid any administrative costs and procedures. Take care of your card – if it gets lost or damaged, you will be charged 200 CZK for a duplicate, unless you have a written notice from the police stating that your card was stolen.
The UNYP Student Card
Prove who you are
This is an identification card that is issued free of charge to all students who have enrolled in their studies and provided UNYP with a passport photo.
The card is valid for the current academic year and can be repeatedly extended during your study period with a re-validation sticker. Students are required to carry their ID cards when on campus and display them if necessary. In particular, your UNYP ID card allows you to:
- verify your UNYP identity
- access the school facilities such as the Library, PC Labs, etc.
- get free access to sporting facilities such as fitness, swimming pool, etc.
- use all of UNYP’s student services to which you are entitled
- obtain discounts on buying goods or services from providers who have joined the UNYP Benefits Program
- attend special events and activities organized for UNYP students and graduates
The International Student Identity Card (ISIC)
Benefits – and a lot more
This card is offered to all UNYP full-time students, both undergraduate and graduate, free of charge. Like the UNYP card, the validity of the ISIC card can be extended with a re-validation sticker for the next calendar year.
ISIC card holders enjoy a wide range of benefits and discounts on restaurants, shops, bookstores, museums, galleries, Student Agency transport, driving lessons, student banking, health insurance etc.
The card can be used for 2,600 discounts in the Czech Republic alone (more information at http://www.isic.cz/).
Even better, it is the only student card that is accepted internationally, meaning that you can access over 42,000 benefits and discounts in 125 countries (more details at http://www.isic.org/).