Fields of Study

Studying in the Czech Republic: Asian Studies

Studying the culturally and historically diverse areas of Asia provides opportunities for students to discover new global perspectives. The emerging geopolitical and economic significance of Asia – and its sub-regions – at the beginning of the 21st century have reshaped our global economic and political environment. Study programmes in Asian Studies aim to provide students …

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Study in the Czech Republic: Information and Communication Technologies

Informatics is a scientific and engineering field for the 21st century. ICT has become an integral part of all spheres of our society and affects our daily lives and brings new unimaginable possibilities that influence everything we do. The demand for e-skills keeps growing at a tremendous pace, which gives prospective students a high chance …

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Studying in the Czech Republic: General Medicine

The demand for healthcare professionals is high everywhere in the world. The medical profession is one of society’s most valuable assets, so it comes as no surprise that medical degrees are long, all-consuming and certainly one of the most challenging career paths possible. However, the hard work pays off when you are making an impact …

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Studying in the Czech Republic: Dentistry

The medical profession is one of society’s most valuable assets, so it comes as no surprise that medical degrees are long, all-consuming and certainly one of the most challenging career paths possible. However, the hard work pays off when you are making an impact on the world. Every year, dentists help millions of people keep …

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Studying in the Czech Republic: Ecology

Ecology is an integrated discipline that studies relationships among individuals, populations and communities and it is independent on systematic classification of study subjects. By carefully using the principles of ecology, we can learn to predict, extinguish, counteract and prevent potentially adverse effect we might have on the globe around us. Come study ecology at one …

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Studying in the Czech Republic: Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy is a combined and coordinated use of medical, social and work means to train or recover the highest possible degree of functional ability. Physiotherapists are highly educated health-care specialists qualified for specialized physiotherapeutic care within preventive, diagnostic, remedial and rehabilitation care in physiotherapy, which can be provided in medical facilities of all types, including rehabilitation institutions …

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Studying in the Czech Republic: Psychology

Psychology is one of the most popular majors worldwide. It is a fascinating area of study as it helps you understand human behavior and mental processes and allows you to better comprehend how we think, act and feel. The course contents of Psychology programs include Social Psychology, Cognition, Ethical Issues in Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Psychopathology, …

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Studying in the Czech Republic: International Relations

The 21st century is rapidly evolving into a world governed by regional and global geopolitical issues, and economic leverage is increasingly playing a dominant role in the way states interact. The world is growing ever more inter-connected and major political decisions, influencing our everyday lives, are made not only by individual states on a domestic …

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Studying Demography

Demographics is the study of a population based on factors such as age, race, gender, employment, education, income, marriage rates, birth and death rates and more. Governments, corporations, and nongovernment organizations use demographics to learn more about a population’s characteristics for several purposes, including policy development and economic market research. Students of demographics will not …

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Record number of foreigners studying at Czech universities

More than 60,000 foreign students were enrolled at Czech universities last year – a record high. Most full-time diploma students from abroad are from Slovakia and ex-Soviet states. Most exchange students who come only for a semester are from the United States. The number of foreign students enrolled at Czech universities has increased three-fold over …

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