Invitation to Webinars of international degree programmes at VŠE

9. 3. 2021 | Study in the Czech Republic

business webinarThe Prague University of Economics and Business (VŠE) invites you to join webinars of international degree programmes taught in English with academic directors, coordinators and prospective students. The webinars will take place in March 2021.

During the webinars, you will have an opportunity to virtually meet with academic directors, programme coordinators and current students enrolled in the programme. At the beginning of each online session, study curricula, a profile of graduates and admissions requirements will be introduced. Each webinar will conclude with a discussion session where you will have a chance to ask anything you need to know prior to applying to VŠE.

All webinars with the programme coordinators will be held from 3pm to 4pm CET.

Webinars schedule:

To register for some of the bachelor programmes’ webinars, visit this link.

To register for some of the master programmes’ webinars, fill out this form.

Prague University of Economics and Business is a leading business school in Central Europe (according to the Eduniversal ranking 2008-2019) with more than 13,000 students. Graduates are highly demanded by both the private and public sector and work in top national and international companies.

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