Czech universities

Apply now for Fall 2020: Open admissions at Czech universities

Although most admissions for Fall semester in 2020 are already closed, you can still apply to several Degree study programmes at some of the best Czech universities. Read our brief guide on which application deadlines have been extended and find out which majors you can still apply for today. If none of these options sounds …

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Studying in the Czech Republic under Erasmus+

Erasmus+ is the European Commission’s Programme for education, training, youth and sport. The programme offers students and young professionals a chance to study, train, and gain experience abroad. Czech Republic is one of the programme countries, so if you wish to study at one of the Czech universities, you may also come under the Erasmus+ …

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QS World University Rankings 2021: Czech universities improve their ranking

Several Czech universities have improved their ranking in the annual, annual global ranking released by Quacquarelli Symonds. In total, ten higher education institutions have made the top 1,000 list this year, with Charles University ranking the best out of Czech universities. The oldest university in the country, Charles University, ranked 260 of 1,000, up from …

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Czech government declares state of emergency in response to coronavirus

The government of the Czech Republic has declared a state of emergency in response to the coronavirus epidemic. Extensive measures are being put in place to stop the spread of the virus, including travel restrictions and the closure of sports facilities, galleries, and libraries. Schools including Czech universities will be shut down until further notice. …

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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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Masaryk University to place greater emphasis on environmental protection

Masaryk University is already applying a responsible approach to the environment and society in its everyday operations and is likely to become even greener in the upcoming years. Recently, the university students and staff who signed the “Universities for the Climate” petition have met with the leaders of Masaryk University to discuss and help draft …

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Studying in the Czech Republic: Psychology

Psychology is one of the most popular majors worldwide. It is a fascinating area of study as it helps you understand human behavior and mental processes and allows you to better comprehend how we think, act and feel. The course contents of Psychology programs include Social Psychology, Cognition, Ethical Issues in Psychology, Clinical Psychology, Psychopathology, …

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Štěpán Müller Appointed President of AAU

Štěpán Müller has been appointed Acting President of Anglo-American University, the private university with the longest history in the Czech Republic, at the start of January. The previous president Lubomír Lízal now holds the position of the Chairman of the Board of Expobank. Doc. Ing. Štěpán Müller, CSc., MBA, has vast international experience in both the economic and …

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CULS is the most sustainable Czech university

The Czech University of Life Sciences Prague ranked 31st in the world in terms of green policies and sustainability, being the most ecological university of the participating universities from the Czech Republic. University of Hradec Kralove ranked 314th, University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences Brno also made the top 400. University of Pardubice came 544th, …

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Student Ambassadors: Shangzhou from China

Why did you choose Czech Republic? Czech Republic has the most cost-effective Education System among other EU countries in my opinion, with the high quality and reasonable price for tuition and living. In addition, the peaceful social environment and nice living conditions also made me decide to come to the Czech Republic. Could you explain …

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