Continuing your higher education abroad, say in Europe, is a fun way to grow up. You travel. You meet new people. You get out of your comfort zone. It shows you’re willing to get out, leave your home town, and go see the world.
Many learn a new language and experience a different teaching style. Some stay on and find jobs. Others fall in love and life takes a different direction altogether. Whatever comes of it, studying in Europe is worth considering. In this article we round up on Czech Republic in Europe with regard to the higher education opportunities.
The high quality and tradition of the Czech education and research is widely recognized, especially when it comes to studying Management, Science, Engineering or Medicine in the Czech Republic. Charles University in Prague, the country’s capital, was founded in 1348 and is the oldest university in Central Europe. The Accreditation Commission and the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports are responsible for evaluating the quality of various aspects of higher education.
With the increasing number of courses taught in foreign languages, especially in English, more and more students from abroad are coming to the Czech Republic to take their Undergraduate or Postgraduate programs. Another reason for this is that the Czech institutions are getting more and more internationalised, investing on partnerships and cooperation activities with European Union countries and others. Currently, thousands of foreign students are enrolled in the Czech higher education institutions. Making new friends will be an easy task for you!
Privileged geographical location
Due to the location in the heart of Europe, studying in the Czech Republic means having a “free ticket” to travel and discover a great part of the Old Continent. Besides the picturesque Czech villages, the neighbouring countries – Austria, Germany, Poland and Slovakia on the border, very close to Switzerland, Hungary and Italy – are unmissable tourist temptations that you can only easily access from a centralised location like in the Czech Republic.
Besides the educational benefits, living in the Czech Republic is also more affordable than in other European countries, especially when comparing with the UK, France or Germany. Costs on every-day expenses, from food and accommodation to public transport, generally range between 275 and 650 EURO a month, the type of accommodation being what will make a bigger difference on your monthly budget.
Czech College in Prague is focused on teaching Business , Technology and Health care courses in English. Despite the distinctively Czech names of its corporate backers, the school prides itself on its international nature.
1.BSc Multimedia – Web development and E-business.
2.BSC Multimedia- Digital Communication.
3.Masters in Web development and E-business.
4.Masters in Digital Communication.
1.MBA – Master of Business Administration ( 2 years )
2.MBA – Digital Marketing Strategy (1 Year )
3.MBA – Digital & Retail Banking ( 1 Year )
4.MBA Top Up (Mature Entry) ( 1 Year )
5.BBA – Bachelor of Business Administration ( 3 Years )
School of Health Care
1. Nurses Adaptation Program
2. Post Graduate Diploma in Health Care Management (PGDHCM)
Contact Czech College, if you are thinking of studying in Europe . We will be happy to help you with your queries.