In the past, the Czech Republic has been fighting with the shortage of medics over and over again. In the near future, Czech might be facing a serious lack of general nurses once again. The analysis results, provided by several Czech universities, show that there are many young students interested in following a path of becoming a nurse, however, the problem is that many universities have a limited number of students they are able to accept. According to research, it seems that way more students would like to choose the career of a nurse than before the covid-19 pandemic. Moreover, nursing schools all over the country report an excessive number of this year’s applicants. Thus, the Ministry of Health isContinue Reading

Join our Admissions team on Zoom and hear about all the exciting aspects of Prague City University that you can experience as a student. Learn about our programmes including the new School of Education offerings, and what you can expect when you study with us. This is your chance to ask any questions that you may have and hear about the steps you need to take to start studying on 27 September. Register ahead on our Open Day page here: https://www.praguecityuniversity.cz/open-daysWe look forward to meeting you! Facebook Notice for EU! You need to login to view and post FB Comments!Continue Reading

How can you shoot a stellar report worthy of circulation on prestigious news stations like CNN or in periodicals like The New Yorker? What criteria does it have to meet in order for it to match up to strong competition? Journalism students from eight countries around the world learned all this and more while attending the Journey: Journalism Bootcamp program. The intensive journalism course Journey, now organized for the sixth time by the Bakala Foundation, brings together top news journalists from international media and agencies like CNN, The New Yorker, Reuters, Bloomberg and others to the Czech capital ever year. This year, journalism students enjoyed lectures, among others, from Pulitzer Prize winner Adam Entous (The New Yorker), Evan Perez (CNN),Continue Reading

Before the new academic year managed to start, the Czech School Inspection released a report, focusing on the last year. That year of education was considerably affected by the pandemic, which forced students in and out of schools, while many of their families were also destabilized by the crisis. This shows in their results, as tens of thousands of students seem to have such problems with the material they were supposed to learn last year, that it will take more than a year for them to catch up, which could drastically hinder their academic abilities. According to the report, there are 14.5 thousand elementary school students, 22 thousand middle school students and 18 thousand high school students in this situation.Continue Reading

Prague College becomes Prague City University! Seventeen years ago, Prague College opened its doors to a handful of students inPrague’s Vinohrady district. The college offered a British-style education in the heartof Europe with an unusual interdisciplinary approach that explored theinterconnected nature of business, IT and design. In a relatively short space of time Prague College built a solid reputation as a leadinguniversity in Central Europe, teaching a range of degree programmes in English, andwith over 500 students from 90 different countries. Such growth was made possible by a global faculty delivering creative and innovativeprogrammes that fulfilled both student and contemporary businesses’ needs acrossthree schools: the School of Art & Design, School of Business and School of Media & IT. InContinue Reading

The Czech Republic is ranked in the top 10 places for foreigners and the benefits of living here are obvious. The quality of life, public transportation infrastructure and the country’s central location in Europe are among the well-known reasons. But one downside for many foreigners is the prospect of integrating into Czech society. A complex language, a culture that can be fairly insular, a sometimes impenetrable bureaucracy are among the challenges. The Czech government recognizes that these difficulties can mean some foreigners never integrate into society as well as they should, and now the government has created a new “adaptation-integration” course for foreigners. Here’s what you need to know: The classes are mandatory for some foreigners If you received yourContinue Reading

The Czech government has published a new document regarding the future of Czech education on its website. This document includes a calculation of the necessary funds to give all Czech public school teachers a raise. This sum is apparently 600 million to a billion crowns. While this may seem as a steep sum, the government apparently has the sum reserved for this purpose. However, it is also important to mention that this money is pulled from the massively inflated government budget, which has put the country in much debt already. This debt will undoubtedly take generations to pay off, so giving money away to a specific demographic right before the elections might be seen as an irresponsible populist move toContinue Reading