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Blog: Postgrad abroad

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Whether you need to enhance your CV, increment your options or raise your pay, it’s conceivable to gain a graduate or doctorate degree in Prague in English! Here is the list of the colleges that offer education in English.
Charles University - being the international educational institution that it has been all around the ages, it’s no big surprise that Charles University is extremely open to worldwide students. Also who would not wish to study in Prague? Except its proficient scholastic history, there's the culture of the city, also enough clubs and pubs to make you forget about everything that you took in at the last class. Furthermore with Prague's liberal, youthful and hip atmosphere, it’s truly a student’s heaven – once your schooling abroad is over, you still won't have any desire to take off. Charles University provides preparatory classes, degree, non - degree and summer abroad projects (through Erasmus and Socrates exchanging systems) in English. For a full list of degrees and courses, as well as application forms, please visit the University's site, as offered courses and degrees change consistently.
University of New York in Prague – it offers the best English language MBA and high training in entire Europe, with an accent on literature, international relations, psychology, communication and business. UNYP offers licensed Bachelor's and Master's degree classes in English and MBA class in Prague.
Academy of Performing Arts - it is located in Prague and it offers study courses at 3 separate schools: Music Faculty, Film and TV School and Theater Faculty.
Czech University of Agriculture - this college offers Bachelor’s, Master's, and doctoral projects in the accompanying fields: Food and Natural Resources, Institute of Education and Communication, Faculty of Forestry and Environment, Institute of Tropics and Subtropics, Faculty of Agro biology, Faculty of Economics and Management and Faculty of Technology.
Czech Technical University - offers complete degrees and comprises of these fields: Faculty of Architecture, Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Faculty of Biomedical Engineering, Faculty of Civil Engineering, Faculty of Transportation Sciences, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.
Institute of Chemical Technology - the biggest college having great expertise in science in the Czech Republic, it comprises of four branches: Faculty of Chemical Engineering, Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology, Faculty of Environmental Technology and Faculty of Chemical Technology.
University of Economics – this is a number one college in the field of economics and management in the Czech Republic. It offers classes and degrees in the next fields of interest: Faculty of Economics and Public Administration, Faculty of International Relations, French - Czech Institute of Management, Faculty of Finance and Accounting, Center for European Studies, Faculty of Informatics and Statistics, Faculty of Business Administration and Faculty of Management.

Blog: Postgrad abroad

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01-Apr-14, 16:59
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Prague is great - a lot of fun, many people (including foreigners), good schools, and rather cheap, especially in comparison with denmark. if you would like to study in english then you have quite a lot of options. i recommend university of new york in prague (http://www.unyp.cz), which is one of better english schools in the city.

Blog: Postgrad abroad

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08-Jan-14, 14:31
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Prague is one of the most famous European cities. Located in the Czech Republic by the Veltava river is the biggest town and capital of the country. If anyone had chance to visit the city, walk along streets of its old town, know why it’s so famous.
Prague is simply stunning, the old town with its narrow streets, churches, and castles makes it one of the most beautiful and famous cities in the world. What a foreign student and a new person in town can do there? Well, one thing is learning, second, sightseeing, third, partying.
Learning. I’m studying in New York University in Prague, and it’s pretty good private, English language university. There is plenty of other education institutions, which are attended by tens of thousands of students, and more important, it all makes the city very student-friendly. Libraries, cultural institutions etc. helps a lot.
Sightseeing. Well, there is a lot to see. The most famous sites are old town with picturesque hill on the other side of Veltava River, which is historical sit of the Czech kings. The river banks are connected by a number of bridges, but the most famous one is Charles Bridge. Amazing view from the bridge makes it one of the most crowdy places in the city.
Partying. I’ve already mentioned that there are tens of thousands of students in Prague. There are also tens of thousands of tourists visiting Prague every day. It all makes the city one of the most vibrant party places in the whole Europe. Crowds of people are pub crawling, dancing in clubs, and simply having fun. Weekends in Prague rocks!

Thread: Tips to Save Money while studying Abroad

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16-May-12, 11:41
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my personal opinion - it's impossible to save money while studying abroad:)

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