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Christmas Markets in the Czech Republic

Christmas markets are a significant part of the festive atmosphere in the Czech Republic. They take place all over the country, with the main market situated at the Old Town Square in Prague. The Christmas markets consist of wooden huts stocked with local handcrafts and traditional Christmas food. Visitors can enjoy a variety of treats …

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Rajivv Rajivv Masaryk University

At Masaryk University, every faculty has a student ambassador – one of our resident students from abroad who helps those who would like to study muni or have just started their studies. On the Faculty of Informatics, it is Rajivv Rajivv and here is a quick interview with him: 1. How did you find out …

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EU Membership: Benefits for Students

Czech Republic has been a member of the European Union since 1 May 2004. On December 21, 2007, the country joined the Schengen area. The number of international students coming to the Czech Republic has been increasing each year and there are many reasons why you should consider coming as well. If you decide to …

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Czech town Telč among the National Geographic’s list best travel destinations in 2020

National Geographic has recently released its annual Best Trips list, highlighting 25 most exciting destinations for 2020. Among them, a small town located near city Jihlava in the Vysočina Region of the Czech Republic – Telč. Telč is famous for its town square lined by a rainbow of pastel-hue Renaissance and Baroque houses built in …

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Seokhyeon from South Korea

I studied at UJOP, the Institute for Language and Preparatory Studies at Charles University for 6 months. The school is located in the capital city – Prague – which is beautiful and convenient, so my stay there was really good. My major was Czech & Slovak language, so I was mostly focused on the use …

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5 reasons why students want to study MUNI

MASARYK UNIVERSITY belongs to the most important educational and research institutions in Central Europe. The university is named after the first Czechoslovak president, Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk, which reflects its vision to develop the quality of life and to safeguard cultural and social values. See the top 5 reasons why students want to study here! STUDENT-CENTRED …

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The Czech Republic is the 10th safest country in the world

Safety should be one of the factors you consider when choosing a country to study abroad in. Fortunately, the Czech Republic is considered one of the safest destinations according to the Global Peace Index 2019. Every year, the Institute for Economics and Peace publishes the Global Peace Index, the world’s leading measure of national peacefulness, …

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Prague considered the world’s 13th best city

Prague, the capital city of the Czech Republic, ranked 13th in a new index of the world’s 113 cities in terms of economic and social inclusivity. The first-ever Prosperity & Inclusion City Seal and Awards (PICSA) Index, released in the Basque Country capital of Bilbao in northern Spain, is designed to showcase not only the …

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Studying in the Czech Republic: International Relations

The 21st century is rapidly evolving into a world governed by regional and global geopolitical issues, and economic leverage is increasingly playing a dominant role in the way states interact. The world is growing ever more inter-connected and major political decisions, influencing our everyday lives, are made not only by individual states on a domestic …

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Karol from Poland

I studied at VŠTE in České Budějovice twice for one semester: first in 2016 and second one year later in 2017. My major was Transport construction, roads railways and infrastructure. The activities I had enjoyed the most were laboratories, field trips to Germany and Austria, and other construction in the area. Language learning and working …

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