Czech Republic has the 24th highest quality of life in the world

The Czech Republic’s quality of life has been rated 24th out of a total of 149 countries in the 2019 Quality of Life Index conducted by Deloitte in cooperation with the non-profit Social Progress Imperative. The country climbed two places compared to last year’s survey, and for the first time finished ahead of the United …

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7 Reasons to Study in the Czech Republic

1. Location The Czech Republic is situated in the heart of Europe which gives its residents a perfect chance to easily explore the rest of the continent. Besides the neighboring countries – Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland – once you study in the Czech Republic, you are only a few hours away from Hungary, Switzerland, …

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Higher Education System in the Czech Republic

Czech education and research have a long history dating back to the 14th century. In 1348, Charles University in Prague was founded and became the oldest university in Central Europe. Today, Charles University is ranked 291st in QS World University Rankings and is followed by other seven Czech universities which have placed in the Top …

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Entering the Czech Republic

If you are planning to study in the Czech Republic, you should check all necessary documents required for you to enter the country beforehand. Here is a basic guide of all you need to know before you depart to the country located in the heart of Europe. The Czech Republic is a member of the …

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Prague Castle & Other Castles and Chateaux in the Czech Republic

Prague Castle made the list of the World’s Most Beautiful Castles published by CNN in August 2019. The “Prague’s imposing citadel” dates to the 9th century and is the most visited site in the country. Once you become one of the 2,444,900 visitors who annually visit the Prague Castle, make sure not to miss the …

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Best Spa Towns in the Czech Republic

In the Czech Republic, there are several famous spa towns where you can enjoy natural hot springs and a wide variety of wellness procedures. Today, we bring you five tips on where to go when you need to relax, recharge and restart. Karlovy Vary Karlovy Vary is undoubtedly the most famous Czech spa town. It …

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UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Czech Republic

There are 14 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Czech Republic as of 2019, after two of the sites were added earlier this year. Here is a complete list of them: Historic Centre of Český Krumlov Český Krumlov is a city in the South Bohemia region, situated on the banks of the Vltava river. Its …

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STUDENT CITY: Brno

Brno is the second largest Czech city, located in the South Moravian region. The city is famous for the medieval Spilberk Castle which dominates the city skyline, Villa Tugendhat, the icon of modernism, and the nearby natural sight Moravian Karst. Brno is the seat of the Constitutional Court and the Supreme Court. Brno is also …

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STUDENT CITY: Ostrava

The third largest city is Ostrava, the administrative center of the Moravian-Silesian region. Ostrava is situated only 15 kilometers from the border with Poland and is the meeting point of four rivers: Odra, Opava, Ostravice and Lucina. Ostrava used to be a coal-mining and metallurgical center, but in the past three decades, its economic bas …

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STUDENT CITY: Hradec Králové

Hradec Králové is located in the eastern part of Bohemia. The city lies on the confluence of rivers Elba and Orlice and contains many buildings of historical and architectural significance. The city landmarks are the Renaissance White Tower, the Gothic Church of the Holy Spirit, the baroque Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary …

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