Study in Czechia

4 reasons why you should study in Prague

“I don’t want to follow in anyone’s footstep. I want to follow my own path and do something unique.” said Kris Wu, a Chinese-Canadian actor. These words of wisdom seem appropriate if you are someone who has been entertaining the thought of studying abroad. Immersing yourself in a new culture, a different language, people and …

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Affordable study programmes at the University of South Bohemia

While studying in the Czech language is generally free of charge, studying in English in the Czech Republic requires paying tuition fees. There’re study programmes that are very expensive as well as those which are really affordable so you don’t have to take a loan. The University of South Bohemia offers some very interesting and …

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Study in the Czech Republic thanks to Visegrad Scholarship Program

The Visegrad Scholarship Program supports Bachelor, Master and post-Master students and researchers in all disciplines and in any language for up to four semesters at more than 190 higher education institutions across Central and Eastern Europe. The scholarships are available to citizens of V4 countries, the Western Balkans and the Eastern Partnership countries. There are …

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Studying in the Czech Republic: Economics and Finance

Economics is a social science that deals with the production, use and transfer of wealth. The study of economics involves a variety of subject areas such as politics, law, sociology and geography. Obtaining a degree in economics will give you a range of subject-specific skills that will allow you to apply for various jobs as …

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Writing your thesis in summer summarised into nine emotions

Having your finals in September sounds like an ideal solution. Finish all your exams in June and it leaves you with two months to write your thesis in peace. Sadly, peace and thesis are mutually exclusive. Writing a thesis is hellish in any time of the year and in summer especially because of hellishly high …

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Quality education and safety in Czechia draw in foreign students

Quantity of foreign students in the Czech Republic has grown seven times over the last 15 years. How many of them are currently studying here and which study programmes and cities do they usually choose? Around 300 000 students attend state and private universities, more than 43 000 of them are foreigners. The vast majority …

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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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Top 10 Reasons Why You Should Study Abroad

Are you considering studying abroad but you can’t make up your mind? Here’s top 10 reasons why you definitely should! 1. You’ll learn a foreign language Not everyone is good at learning languages. Surely, learning a totally different language might be just as difficult as mastering maths if you aren’t a passionate linguist. However, if …

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Apostille, superlegalization and verification of documents in Czechia

Transferring an official document between countries often requires some sort of authentication of its legitimacy and validity. The specific type of authentication needed depends on its purpose, issuing authority, document destination and bi-lateral agreements between concerned countries. APOSTILLE Apostille is a higher level of authentication of documents which is necessary in the case when a …

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Top Czech Podcasts in English

There has been a big boom of podcasting in the Czech Republic in the last few months. Not long time ago, even people who used streaming apps like Spotify or Apple Music were not familiar with podcasts at all. Nowadays it is quite a common thing for Czechs – people enjoy listening to podcasts very …

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