Study in Czechia

Study in German or French

Foreign students who come to the Czech Republic usually expect to study in English exclusively, alternatively in Czech. However, did you know that there are a few options to study also in German or French? If you’re not into charity or theology we’re covered already, consider advanced philosophy. The Faculty of Humanities is among the …

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Prague in TOP 10 best cities for students

The capital of the Czech Republic, Prague, ranked in top 10 best cities in the world for students. The ranking is based on scores given by students themselves and is published regularly on the global website the Campus Advisor which relies on verified reviews. With the score 4.4 points, Prague took the seventh place. The …

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Another game teaching Czech history

We’ve already informed about the Czech gaming studio Charles Games when we were promoting their previous titles: Attentat 1942 and Svoboda 1945. Just a few weeks ago the studio launched another game called Train to Sachsenhausen. The game is available for iOs, Android and Windows in English, Czech and German and this time you can …

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School for aspiring contemporary artists

Art & Design Institut is the first private college of fine arts in the Czech Republic and boasts to be a modern school for contemporary artists that connects art and practice. Their philosophy is to teach art that overlaps into other fields so that graduates have no problem to find employment and successfully sell their …

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Czechia voted one of the best countries in the world for expats

Have you ever wondered which country is the best choice for expats? Well, there’re better and worse places for sure but rest assured because the Czech Republic ranked 7th! It’s among the best countries in the world for foreigners who don’t want to only visit as tourists but also live and find a job here …

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Seven reasons why you should study in České Budějovice

The Institute of Technology and Business in České Budějovice primary focuses on practical implementation of knowledge rather than just bookish theory. If you’re looking for a university that’s very interactive and you hate the idea of living in a bustling metropolis that never sleeps, consider this Southern Bohemian school. Reason 1# Pleasant location České Budějovice …

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How to choose the right study programme in Czechia

There are so many study programmes in English you can study in the Czech Republic that it’s no wonder you might feel quite overwhelmed. Especially if you don’t know for sure what you’d like to do in future. How to choose the right one for you and avoid some common mistakes? Choose the right city …

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Studying Medicine in Czech Republic

The Czech Republic has a range of impressive selection of medical schools to offer. Most of the universities offer English courses in medicine which allows internationals from around the world to come to this beautiful country and gain their medical education. All the medical universities are internationally recognized. There are many leading universities like Charles …

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Increasing number of international students in Czechia despite Global Pandemic

In the past year even though the pandemic has hit the world and has changed a lot of things for everyone around the globe, Czech Republic has seen a rise in the number of international students coming to the country to pursue their higher education. It’s a no-brainer that Czech Republic is one of the …

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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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