Studying in the Czech Republic: Dentistry

The medical profession is one of society’s most valuable assets, so it comes as no surprise that medical degrees are long, all-consuming and certainly one of the most challenging career paths possible. However, the hard work pays off when you are making an impact on the world. Every year, dentists help millions of people keep …

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Study in English in the Czech Republic

The Czech Republic is an increasingly popular destination for international study, with over 60,000 foreign students registered in Czech universities last year. In 2018, foreigners therefore accounted for roughly 15% of the total number of students enrolled in Czech higher education institutions. Become one of them and come study to the heart of Europe! For …

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When should you take notes by hand

Most students take a laptop with them to lectures. Young people often type faster than they write which can be a useful skill as it allows you to take copious notes quickly and easily. But are there times when it might be better to replace your laptop with a pad and pen? In an experiment, …

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98 musicians from 23 countries to take part in the 2020 Prague Spring

Ninety-eight musicians from 23 countries will compete in the Prague Spring competition of young players that annually precedes the Prague Spring international music festival in May. This year, the contest will focus on the bassoon and clarinet categories. The three-round contest, which is a part of the Prague Spring festival, will take place from May …

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Studying in the Czech Republic: Ecology

Ecology is an integrated discipline that studies relationships among individuals, populations and communities and it is independent on systematic classification of study subjects. By carefully using the principles of ecology, we can learn to predict, extinguish, counteract and prevent potentially adverse effect we might have on the globe around us. Come study ecology at one …

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Thirty years after its founding, AAU remains the most cosmopolitan university

In January, Anglo-American University in Prague (AAU) showed an almost 80% share of foreign students among domestic universities, statistically the most international higher-education institution in the Czech Republic.1 As AAU enters its 30th anniversary year the private university remains the most cosmopolitan university of its kind in the Czech Republic. Students come from more than …

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The University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice

The University of South Bohemia is a public university based in České Budějovice. It is a modern education institution with a long tradition and an important centre of science and research in the south of Bohemia. There are almost 10’000 students in more than 220 majors studying in bachelor‘s, master’s and doctoral programs at eight …

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Holešovice considered one of 10 coolest neighborhoods in Europe

The Prague 7 district Holešovice ranked among top 10 Europe’s coolest neighborhoods in the latest ratings published by the Guardian. According to the newspaper, Holešovice used to be a bleak district with little to offer locals, let alone visitors, but has impressively resurged over the past ten years. Today, Holešovice is home to a vibrant …

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Unique Celtic head sculpture on display in Olomouc

One of the most precious items from the archives of the National Museum of the Czech Republic, a sculpted Celtic head dating back to the Iron Age, is currently on display at the Regional Museum in Olomouc. The valuable sculpture is the highlight of a two-week exhibition of Celtic art and can be seen until …

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Student Ambassadors: Airu from Japan

I chose Prague College because I have always wanted to study Art and Design and to learn in English to improve my English skills. I am currently studying for my Foundation Diploma in Art and Design and when completed, I will begin my BA in Graphic Design here too. Our group is quite small which …

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