Studying in Europe is a dream for many. Over 1.7 million students from around the world came to Europe in 2016 for their higher education… and the numbers are growing every year. With 1000s of world-class universities, research centres and higher education institutions, Europe is the place to be.
With an array of World-leading universities, top facilities, inspirational teaching, in Europe you’re at the centre of an international community with a passion for learning. What makes European universities so strong is the emphasis on creativity, innovation and support – helping you to reach your true potential.
The European Union
The European Union is a unique economic and political partnership between 28 European countries that together cover much of the European continent. The EU member states are: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain , Sweden and UK. Please note that due to Brexit, UK may not be a part of the union in the coming years .
Across Europe, you will hear many different languages. Within the European Union, for example, there are 24 officially recognised languages.
Most Europeans are multilingual. Over half of Europeans (54%) are able to hold a conversation in at least one additional language, a quarter (25%) are able to speak at least two additional languages and one in ten (10%) are conversant in at least three.
Most countries in Europe offer a choice of higher education study programmes in their local language as well as in English and other leading global languages.
Weather and seasons
Most of Europe has a relatively mild, temperate climate. The coldest places are in the far north and in the high mountains. The warmest places are in the far south and south-east. The weather is warmest and driest in summer (roughly June to September) and coldest in winter (roughly December to March).
19 of the 28 European Union countries use the Euro Currency. These countries are: Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain. Other countries in Europe have their own individual currencies.
The biggest religion in Europe is Christianity, but you will find many other religions across Europe – in particular Islam, Hinduism, Judaism, Sikhism and Buddhism. As well as these religious communities, many Europeans are atheist, agnostic or humanist. On campus, most universities have prayer and social groups representing the major religions, to help you make friends and stay connected to your faith.
Food and drink
Spanish paella, Italian pasta, French cuisine, Greek moussaka… Europe is known for its delicious specialities, but if you are missing food from home, don’t worry!
Most restaurants serve local food alongside dishes from all over the world. Big supermarkets tend to sell popular ingredients from around the world, plus in larger towns you may find stores dedicated to food from different world regions.
Many countries in Europe have large vegetarian communities – for example 12% of the UK and 10% of Sweden are vegetarian. Wherever you go, you can usually find at least one vegetarian or vegan option on the menu. If not, just ask the restaurant staff – they are usually happy to cater for you.
With large Muslim and Jewish communities across Europe, many shops and restaurants in Europe’s more cosmopolitan towns serve halal and kosher options. University restaurants usually cater for halal, kosher and vegetarian too.
European countries invest in their higher education systems to help make education affordable for students, whilst maintaining high quality standards. Across Europe, tuition fees and living costs compare very well to other study destinations.
Studying in Europe is not just about lectures and libraries, it is also a once-in-a-lifetime chance to discover new countries… and to discover yourself too! From the snowy north to the sun-soaked south, across Europe you will find breath-taking beautiful landscapes, buzzing cities and vibrant cultures waiting for you.
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.