Student Life

10 online courses that can boost your CV

One can learn many interesting things from home with just a stable internet connection. If you are finding some time in between fall semester classes that you want to use to obtain a new knowledge, we have put together a list of online courses which will help you to acquire the basic skills in the …

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How to survive freshman year during the pandemic

Student parties, small talks during the breaks between lectures, eating lunch or having coffee with other students in the school cafeteria – these are just some of things this year’s freshmen will miss out on. The pandemic of covid-19 has influenced college life and put many students into stress or despair. That is why we …

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How to write a CV

Weekend part-time jobs are in full swing. If you’re still looking for work, you’ll certainly appreciate a few tips on writing a flawless CV. Do you argue that writing a CV is nothing difficult? Well, you’d be surprised how many mistakes your resume probably contains. Let’s have a look at what you shouldn’t forget to …

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7 skills you should acquire during the new semester

The beginning of each semester is the ideal time for setting goals you want to achieve and things you want to learn or get better in. Improving your skills and your CV might eventually give you a better chance of finding a desired job. Here are our tips on seven skills you should acquire during …

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Graduation as a ceremonial event as well as a superhero costume parade

Whether you’ve just started studying or you’re almost ready to pass your finals, a graduation ceremony awaits you. In order to prepare for this special event, we bring you some interesting and useful information about the whole thing. A graduation ceremony is a ceremonial event where university graduates receive their diploma and get their academic …

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Writing your thesis in summer summarised into nine emotions

Having your finals in September sounds like an ideal solution. Finish all your exams in June and it leaves you with two months to write your thesis in peace. Sadly, peace and thesis are mutually exclusive. Writing a thesis is hellish in any time of the year and in summer especially because of hellishly high …

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Quality education and safety in Czechia draw in foreign students

Quantity of foreign students in the Czech Republic has grown seven times over the last 15 years. How many of them are currently studying here and which study programmes and cities do they usually choose? Around 300 000 students attend state and private universities, more than 43 000 of them are foreigners. The vast majority …

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Places to study in Prague

Are you looking for an ideal environment where you can study? Like a coffee shop where they won’t throw you out if you sit there with just one cup of coffee the whole afternoon? Or would you prefer a library where other students focus as well, it gets you into the right study mood so …

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11 Tips for First-Year University Students

Starting college is an exciting step in one’s life, but it can definitely be stressful or scary at times, especially if you had decided to study abroad. For those awaiting your freshman year this fall, here are some tips on how to make the most out of your first year at university. Keep these tips …

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How to use the public library in Prague

Did you know the Czech Republic has the densest public library network in the world? There are approximately 5,410 public libraries in the Czech Republic with more than 42 branches of Municipal Library of Prague in the capital city. Here’s a simple guide how to become a member of the library and make use of …

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