STUDENT CITY: Pardubice
Pardubice is an industrial city in the eastern part of Bohemia. The dominant industries are chemical industry, electrical engineering and mechanical engineering. In 1950, the Chemical College was founded to make advantage of the extensive opportunities for research in the field provided by the highly developed chemical industry. The character of the college notably changed after 1990 and a new name has been used since 1994 – University of Pardubice. Today, the university has many new faculties and programs, not only chemistry related.
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