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Study in the Czech Republic thanks to Visegrad Scholarship Program

The Visegrad Scholarship Program supports Bachelor, Master and post-Master students and researchers in all disciplines and in any language for up to four semesters at more than 190 higher education institutions across Central and Eastern Europe. The scholarships are available to citizens of V4 countries, the Western Balkans and the Eastern Partnership countries. There are …

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Prague University of Economy and Business improved its rank in the Financial Times’ Ranking

In the European Business Schools Ranking 2020 published by Financial Times (FT), the Prague University of Economics and Business ranked 50th, which is an improvement by five places compared to 2019, and ranked 2nd in Central and Eastern Europe. The first three places of the ranking went to the French HEC Paris, the British London …

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Apply to Anglo-American University in Prague!

Anglo-American University (AAU) offers a wide range of undergraduate programs across five different schools as well as in cooperation with international partners. As the first private university in the Czech Republic to use English as a language of instruction, AAU carries both Czech and American accreditation and provides its students a unique learning environment. Submit …

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Studying at small universities is fun as well

Silesian University in Opava is a school that might not be so internationally known but it certainly offers some very interesting study programmes such as archaeology or astrophysics. I asked Alena S., a Master graduate student, to share her experience. She currently teaches English at a secondary school in Opava. You studied English philology and …

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Four inspiring stories of math-physics students

There’s no better reference for a university than success of its students. We present you inspiring stories of five graduates from the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at the Charles University in Prague, specifically from the IT programme, who made their alma mater proud. Who knows? Maybe their stories will inspire you to apply for …

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Study at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics in Prague

Charles University in Prague offers high-quality three-year bachelor’s, two-year master’s and four-year PhD programmes in Computer Science, Mathematics and Physics taught in English to international students from all over the world. Check out the study options and submit your application before April 2021! Charles University has a long tradition, dating back to the 14th century, of …

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November 24: Online Q&A session for prospective students of CEMS

The Prague University of Economics and Business invites you to the EVENING WITH CEMS, a Q&A session for all prospective students interested in the full-time Master’s Programme in International Management which will take place on November 24, 2020, at 8 pm via ZOOM. During the one-hour session you will: meet members of the CEMS team …

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Masaryk University launched its own unique library e-loan service

While students are not allowed inside the university buildings due to current measures, they are now allowed to electronically borrow about 10,000 books that Masaryk University’s libraries have physical copies of. The university came up with a new service designed exclusively for MU. During the spring semester, Masaryk University used an e-loan system which depended …

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The first year is the most critical for college freshmen

If you manage to pass your first year at a university, the chance that you actually reach your finals (and hopefully even pass them successfully) doubles. At least the statistical data released by the Ministry of Education say so. Over the last 13 years, the number of students who successfully finish their first year at …

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Most Czech Universities Move Autumn Classes Online

In the light of the currently worsening COVID-19 situation in the country and new governmental regulations regarding the epidemic, most Czech universities have announced that majority of their classes will be taught remotely in the autumn 2020 semester. Because the measures of state authorities have been constantly changing, universities have been preparing for all teaching …

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