Government support for biotechnology development in the Czech Republic is strong and as a result this country has a well established biotechnology industry. Investment in R&D is high in and there is a high level of education and training in science and engineering, but cooperation between academia and industry is limited.Support structures for biotechnology companies as well as infrastructure such as clusters and technology parks are well developed but there is a lack of venture capital and business angel funding and no known healthcare biotechnology products have been commercialized.
EU nationals do not need a visa or work permit. This is applicable for those who wish to stay less than 90 days. If you want to stay for more than three months, you must apply for a residence permit. If you are from a non-EU country, you should check with your nearest Czech Embassy about visa requirements and regulations for working in Czech Republic.
Czech is a big advantage, German and English