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Study in Czech Republic

The country is bordered by Poland to the north, Germany to the west, Austria to the south and Slovakia to the east. Its capital and largest city is Prague. The Czech Republic is a landlocked country in the middle of Europe. At the end of 1992 Czechoslovakia split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia. The Czech Republic joined NATO in 1999 and the European Union in 2004. The Czech Republic possesses a developed, high-income economy with a GDP per capita of 80% of the European Union average. Growth has been led by exports to the European Union, especially Germany, and foreign investment, while domestic demand is reviving. Most of the economy has been privatised, including the banks and telecommunications. The Czech Republic as a landlocked country has moderate climate with four seasons corresponding to the temperate climate zone. The climate varies among the various regions of the Czech Republic, and throughout year. Summer weather can be very warm with temperatures .A nice time of the year to visit the Czech Republic is spring (mid-May to mid-June) and fall (September to mid-October), when the weather can be quite pleasant, although it can also be unpredictable. The Programme for International Student Assessment, coordinated by the OECD, currently ranks the Czech education system as the 15th best in the world, higher than the OECD average The Czech Republic has a rich scientific tradition. Important inventions include the modern contact lens, the separation of modern blood types, and the production of the Semtex plastic explosive.

REASONS TO STUDY IN CZECH REPUBLIC

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  • Long tradition of quality education
  • Diverse range of study programmes
  • Location in the heart of Europe
  • Cultural experience and fascinating history
  • Lower costs of livingss

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

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  • The principal requirement for entering a Bachelor’s degree programme is the completion of a full secondary general education/li>
  • Admission to a follow-up Master’s degree programme depends on the completion of the relevant Bachelor’s degree programme or its equivalent.
  • Admission to Doctoral studies depends on the successful completion of a Master´s degree programme.
  • At most higher education institutions the applicants take entrance examinations.