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Any questions about studying in the Czech Republic? This is the place to ask.
All you need to know before relocating.
Tips and tricks to survive and enjoy the Czech Republic.
Speakers and consultants will also offer help on what people should do to find the best job.
Have you ever thought, “Gosh, I’m young and I’d really like to go abroad/do internship/travel/volunteer but I don’t know how”? Then Mladiinfo.cz is right for you.
Adi is a Bosnian-Czech in his second year at AAU on the International Relations program. Whenever there is a chance to improve something at AAU, Adi won’t be far away.
Have you ever thought about being part of Erasmus? Has an idea of studying in the Czech Republic ever crossed your mind? If your answer is YES, let me tell you something about ISC Mendelu Brno.
Kristýna is a third year Business Administration student at Anglo-American University in Prague (AAU). Good company, a suitcase and her GoPro are probably the only things she needs to survive!
What is the best way to learn a foreign language? I consider frequent communication with a fluent person or ideally, a native speaker, the best way to not only learn in a very effective way.
Anastasia is a 3rd year humanities student at Anglo-American University in Prague originally from Russia and currently studying abroad at Chapman University, California.
The Access MBA Tour, worldwide leader in One-to-One business education events, will return to Prague on November 23rd at Corinthia Hotel Prague.
Hello foreigner students, term has started. School, schoolmates, flatmates and the women in the shop on the conner aren’t so strange. This is the right time to learn some Czech words.
Have you ever flown a kite? No? Let’s try it. Nowadays are the best climate and condition for this crazy and unbelievable activity.
Czech Universities - well-known architecture
There's an autumnal chill in the air, the nights are getting darker - and many of us are feeling even more tired than usual.
Don't panic, summertime isn't ending, weather in the Czech Republic is as by the Mediterranean sea, but the school is getting to start.
Czech higher education dates back six hundred years. In 1348 Emperor Charles IV founded a university in Prague which is the oldest academic institution in the Central Europe.
Are you commuter? Almost everybody in bigger town or city is a commuter.
I wrote you tips for film festivals, but summer is in the middle and the hot weather encourages to dancing and singing, simply it's music time.
Prague has quickly become the number one destination for students and interns. What she lacks in size, The Capital of the Hundred Spires makes up for in personality, history and spectacular monuments.
Summer time is about festivals, in the Czech Republic it isn't otherwise. Offer of cultural events is very various.
Summer and traveling... it is connected.
Almost all students have ended an exams terms, days are longer and the best weather for cooking and grilling, simpy spending great time together with family and friends.
Traditional Czech food is not exactly what one would call dietary, however it perfectly goes with the flavourful Czech beer.
The Philosophical Faculty of the University of Hradec Králové offers a PhD Degree which may be pursued in full-time study.
Asian Studies and International Relations (ASIR) is a study program fully conducted in the English language.
Information about working, jobseekers, permits and all conditions in our updated article!
Thursday 30th April Walpurgis Night, Beltaine or... ...burning the witches are names for the last night in April in the Czech Republic.
Especialy on 22nd April – Internation Day of the Earth
It's Friday and the spring weekend is ahead. Great time for planning. Forecast isn't so sunny as during the week, but it doesn't mind.
Easter, which celebrates Jesus Christ’s resurrection from the dead, is Christianity’s most important holiday.
In the Czech Republic is Teachers' Day on 28th March – the birthdate of Jan Amos Komenský.
Czechs are sports fan! Although we are getting fatter, we love sport and we are proud of our czech teams.
Amazing! Pague has a new curiosity.
Master's joint with the Siauliai University (Lithuania) study programme Regional Development and Governance.
The biggest surprise in this year ranking was in study field – architecture. The best choice for future students is Faculty of Civil Engineering Czech Technical University in Prague.
We are starting with our new series about the best czech universities by ranking published in Hospodářské noviny.
On 17 th February 2015 is Carnival's Tuesday. And the carnival culminates! Masopust tradition (carnival) is a three-days festival between the Three Kings Day to Ash Wednesday.
Almost all universities in the Czech Republic offer Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral's degree programme in English.
Who was your hero at a nursery school? A dustman? Batman or spiderman? Or Cindirella, a princess, an ugly duckling?
The Department of English and American Studies at the Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University in Brno offers Bachelor’s, Master’s, and PhD programs for international students that are taught in English.
The Department of Educational Sciences at the Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic offers a four-year doctoral degree programme in Education, taught in English.
The weather hasn't really been keen on us lately, has it? It looks like the fall has come a bit earlier this year. Here are out tips on how to kill time while waiting for the Indian summer.
Studying at a university doesn't always mean looming over boring books you don't even understand. And we bring you proof from 4 different universities!
We firmly believe that learning Czech IS possible. Here are some online tools that will help you master it!
Czech can be tricky sometimes but learning it is worth the effort. You want to know why? Continue reading!
If you're looking for a way to gain new working experience during your studies and you're located in Brno, try Unifer.
Vlado shared some experience with us about what is necessary for a successful start when moving to the Czech Republic.
We bring you an overview of the most interesting summer schools in CZ. It's an excellent opportunity to learn something new, meet new people and see what the Czech Republic is like.
All you should you know and do to survive a Czech Easter. Although the Czechs aren't very religious, there are some interesting Easter traditions that have their origin even before Christianity.
Movies are one of the best and easiest ways of learning how to understand a culture. What Czech movies should you watch then?
What you should and shouldn't do if you want to make some Czech friends.
Some Czech Christmas traditions are considered weird by some foreigners. What about you? Read more in our article and decide for yourselves!
A Czech economic newspaper made a yearly ranking of universities in eight fields of study. If you want to know which university and faculty is the most prestigious, read on.
What is it like to study medicine in Olomouc? Charles told us about his experience!
The International Students' Day is the only worldwide celebrated international day of Czech origin. Come with us on a journey through history to see why it is so important.
Abishek told us about his doctoral studies in Brno. Read an interview with him.
Emily told us about her experience from studying in Prague. Read an interview with her!
A little practical phrasebook of Czech language for all kinds of social interactions :)
Prepare yourself for the Czech experience!
What is it like to live in the major university cities in the Czech Rep?
Czech Republic is not just Prague! Check out what Brno has to offer.
Tradiční česká kuchyně není často nazývá zrovna málo kalorickou, ale perfektně se hodí k lahodnému pivu.
Jak správně fandit! - How to be a great sport fan!
Almost all university's towns have public transport, which is used every day. Po většině studentských měst lze cestovat MHD (městská hromadná doprava)
Cost of living in the Czech Republic is considerably lower than in any western European country. Living costs depend on your lifestyle, but you need to plan ahead.
Find out what the admission requirements are, what type of degree you get or how much study programmes cost in the Czech Republic.
Do you need a residence permit or a visa to be eligible to stay in the Czech Republic? Where to find out and where to get it?
Medical insurance, other fees and what is included.
All about traveling in, out of and around the Czech Republic. Airports, bus companies, public transport.
The Czech Republic has an illustrious history of providing quality education. The oldest university in Central Europe - the Charles University - was established back in 1348.
Congratulations on your decision to start studying in the Czech Republic. But, how to apply?
An overview how to fund your studies in the Czech Republic and where to look for relevant information.
All you need to know about the Czech system of education.
Circle in your calendar 17th November.
Term is at the beginning and students have a big bin of question.
1st October is Day of Coffe and in Brno Coffee Week is starting.
Olaaa! School is back:-)
The University of Hradec Králové will welcome students and graduates at the big reunion 2015, this year as a part of the Day of the University.
National Geographic published Tranformed by Travel and I reminisce about my summer adventure.
The 370th anniversary of the city's succesfull defence against the Swedes.
Our new series helps you blend in with crowd:-)
Part of the Moravian Castles summer cultural festival taking place at significant historic sights.
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