Graduation – What to do Before and After

In the Czech Republic, many students work and study at the same time. There are working options for foreign students who do not speak the Czech language too. Many international companies located in big cities such as Prague or Brno are interested in hiring students who speak foreign languages. Most of university graduates are employed …

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Academic Glossary – What you need to know

Absolutorium = A graduate examination Bakalář, Bc. = Bachelor Bakalářské studium = Bachelor’s degree programme Bakalář umění, BcA. = Bachelor of Arts DrSc. = Doctor of Science Iženýr, Ing. = Engineer Ing. arch. = Engineer of Architecture Imatrikulace = Matriculation JUDr. = Doctor of Law Magistr umění, MgA. = Master of Arts Magistr, Mgr. = Master Magisterské studium = Master’s …

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Student Jobs in the Czech Republic

An employment relationship in the Czech Republic is established by an employment contract. The employment contract must include the type of work which the employee will perform, the place or places of his work and the date on which the employee will start working. In addition to employment contract, the Czech Labor Code provides two …

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Entrance exams in the Czech Republic

Applicants to some degree programmes at some Czech universities might be asked to pass an entrance exam in order to be accepted to the programme. The entrance exam usually takes place on the university campus, but the form varies from school to school. The language of the test depends on the languages of the instruction …

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Ultimate oral interview guide

Have you been invited to a university admission interview and are wondering how to prepare? Read our tips for university interview success including the most common questions asked at university admission interviews… 1) Review the course information Take a close look at the university’s website and re-read information on the programme you are applying to, …

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Czech student loans comparison

Studying a university can be financially tough – one must pay rent, food, tuition, textbooks… Although the living costs in the Czech Republic are significantly lower than in most other EU countries, it is still important to think carefully about how to finance your studies and life abroad. The Czech universities charge no tuition fees …

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Charles University’s ice hockey team wins Battle on Ice

Charles University’s Hockey team (Team UK) triumphed in the highly anticipated Battle on Ice on October 31st, downing the Prague School of Economics’ team by a score of 4:0 in the final. The Battle on Ice is a unique project ran by student organizations from four major universities from Prague; the other two schools that …

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Study in the Czech republic – How to get started and what to know

If you are considering studying abroad, we highly recommend checking out degree programmes offered at universities in the Czech Republic. Located in the heart of Europe, the country boasts not only rich history, beautiful architecture and low cost of living, but also a long tradition of high-quality education. Follow our step-by-step guide to find everything …

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Working during studies

Many students in the Czech Republic study and work at the same time. Although there are some scholarship options for students enrolled at Czech universities, it is rarely possible to live solely from this budget, so it is quite common for students to have a part-time job. International students might find the language barrier a …

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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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