Apostille, superlegalization and verification of documents in Czechia

Transferring an official document between countries often requires some sort of authentication of its legitimacy and validity. The specific type of authentication needed depends on its purpose, issuing authority, document destination and bi-lateral agreements between concerned countries. APOSTILLE Apostille is a higher level of authentication of documents which is necessary in the case when a …

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The Czech books you want to read

The global pandemic of coronavirus has forced schools across the globe to shut down and citizens worldwide to spend weeks in a quarantine at home. Although students are mostly still required to submit assignments, write papers and continue with mandatory readings, we believe this situation also brings us an opportunity to read a book or …

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Top Czech Podcasts in English

There has been a big boom of podcasting in the Czech Republic in the last few months. Not long time ago, even people who used streaming apps like Spotify or Apple Music were not familiar with podcasts at all. Nowadays it is quite a common thing for Czechs – people enjoy listening to podcasts very …

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The University of Economics scored in QS World University Rankings

The University of Economics, Prague scored in the prestigious QS World University Rankings by Subject 2020 in two fields of the area of education Social science and management. In the field of Economics and Econometrics it ranked 201 – 250 and in the field of Accounting and Finance it ranked 250 – 300. The University …

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How to study at home effectively

With universities being shut down until further notice due to the coronavirus epidemic in the Czech Republic, thousands of college students will have to come up with a routine how to stay productive despite the cancellation of lectures. Here are a few tips on how to study at home effectively and not procrastinate too much. …

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Czech government declares state of emergency in response to coronavirus

The government of the Czech Republic has declared a state of emergency in response to the coronavirus epidemic. Extensive measures are being put in place to stop the spread of the virus, including travel restrictions and the closure of sports facilities, galleries, and libraries. Schools including Czech universities will be shut down until further notice. …

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Student Ambassadors: Hanna Ripper from the USA

Hanna studies John H. Carey II School of Law, LLB; Anglo-American University “I’m studying UK law taught by professors who know my name and genuinely care about me, with students from Montenegro, Tunisia, South Africa, and so on. I’m working on a legal internship with an AAU alumni that has given me incredible experience and …

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Student Ambassadors: Zina Balkis Abdelkarim from Tunisia

Zina studies John H. Carey II School of Law, LLB; Anglo-American University “Anglo-american University Prague atmosphere is very friendly and tolerant. It allows you to study in an academic environment while having this family feeling around and you sort of feel at home. Surprisingly, this is in the context of an international city like Prague …

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Student Ambassadors: Joseph Petrilla from the USA

Joseph studies BA. Politics and Society at the Anglo-American University “I gravitated toward AAU for the programs and the location. As somebody who has an interest in not only sociology but political systems I have found it extremely valuable to pursue my Bachelor’s degree in a place that allows you to see the connections between politics …

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Student Ambassadors: Anastasia Aleksashova from Russia

Anastasia studies B.A. Business Administration – Marketing & Communications Emphasis at the Anglo-American University. Why did you choose to study in the Czech Republic? I chose to study in the Czech Republic for several reasons. One of them is safety as the Czech Republic is one of the top 10 safest countries in the world. …

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