The best place to study economics and business in Prague

The Prague University of Economics and Business, founded in 1953, is the biggest public university in the Czech Republic that focuses on economics and business. Its renowned faculties offer various study programmes from bachelor to PhD to about 14 000 students each year. The university is annually appraised as one of the best business schools …

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Upcoming open days and a conference at Mendel University

If you’re someone whose passion is professionally taking care of nature and you’re considering studying in Czechia, you might have looked up Mendel University already. If not, read our older articles in which we introduced their study programmes horticulture and forestry. In any case, don’t miss this exciting news—in February and March, you’ll have an …

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The place where discoveries are born

The Faculty of Mathematics and Physics that belongs to Charles University is THE place where to go if you want to be part of big scientific discoveries. What are some of their most recent findings in the past few months? Czech satellite will explore the Moon’s surroundings The Czech scientists from MFF and CTU are …

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Buddy program and biomedical research at CTU

The Czech Technical University (CTU) had a good reason to celebrate recently. For the first time ever, CTU ranked in top 400 universities according to the prestigious QS World University Ranking! We already covered their unique biomedical engineering programmes but did you know that CTU also offers a super-friendly buddy system and is involved in …

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Upcoming conferences in autumn 2022

While it’s still uncertain whether the coronavirus epidemic is over or not, international scientific conferences are slowly coming back. Last year most conferences were either cancelled entirely or did their virtual test run but it seems everything should be back to normal this autumn. Conferences are usually public and open to anyone who registers so …

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Global Peace Index 2022: Czechia among 10 most peaceful countries

According to the Global Peace Index (GPI) published recently, the Czech Republic is the eight most peaceful country in the world. The 16th edition of the Global Peace Index (GPI) ranks 163 independent states and territories according to their level of peacefulness. Produced by the British Institute for Economics and Peace (IEP), the GPI is …

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Study in German or French

Foreign students who come to the Czech Republic usually expect to study in English exclusively, alternatively in Czech. However, did you know that there are a few options to study also in German or French? If you’re not into charity or theology we’re covered already, consider advanced philosophy. The Faculty of Humanities is among the …

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Scholarship and visit options at the Faculty of Social Sciences

If you’re currently considering studying abroad, money is probably a huge issue for you. If you’re willing to learn Czech, it’s actually possible to study completely for free because Czech education is free of charge. However, we understand that to learn Czech to such a level in a short period of time might be impossible …

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Latest news from Charles University

Charles University is the biggest and the oldest university in Central Europe and as such doesn’t need much introduction. If you want to study at THE university, this is without doubt the most famous and traditional Czech school. What have they been up to lately? Summer School of Slavic Studies It’s the 65th year the …

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Prague Pride Festival 2022

If you’re part of the LGBTQA+ community, you’re probably very interested to find out how friendly Czech people are towards other sexual orientations and genders. We’re proud to tell you that Czechs are one of the most open-minded nationalities in Central and Eastern Europe so there’s nothing to be afraid of. In the poll, it …

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