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We know that there are many options for you to study abroad. So why should Czech Republic become your study destination? For example, did you know that you can study in English in the Czech Republic? And did you know that the Charles University in Prague was founded 660 years ago and is the oldest university in the Central Europe? Here are the main reasons why should you decide for the Czech Republic:
• Diverse range of study programmes in foreign languages
• Long tradition of quality education
• You can come for short study visit or to complete your degree
• Czech higher education institutions offer long-standing reputations, unique conception and interesting specializations
• Lower costs of living
• Cultural experience and fascinating history
• Member of the EU and the Schengen Area
• Location in the heart of Europe
The Main advantage of getting higher education in Czech for foreigner is an opportunity to get a job during studies and after graduation. After getting diploma in all other countries of the Europe, except for Czech, the foreign students cannot remain to live and work in the country. In Czech Republic a foreign student can stay in the country for living and working after graduation.
Opportunity to be trained in English or Czech language and to get the diploma of higher education that is recognized in the majority of the countries of the world. Czech gives the students, diplomas of the international sample accepted by the European Union.
After graduation from higher educational establishments in Czech, the student-graduate has opportunities on the legal basis to live and work in this country. Liberal Czech laws give opportunities easily to issue the working visa, and existence of the Czech diploma and knowledge of the Czech language facilitates employment in any firms. Nowadays the project of Czech government allows receiving constant residence permit to foreigners who have the Czech higher education and know Czech language well.
The Czech Republic is No. 2 in investment incentives and No. 3 in investment in telecommunications among 60 leading economies. The Czech Republic boasts an extraordinarily high number of cultural monuments. Over 2,000 preserved castles and chateaux are open to the public (more per square mile than any other country in the world) and represent an important part of national cultural heritage, in terms of their number and their historical and artistic value. The Czech Republic is the birthplace of many well-known people, notably Antonin Dvorak and Madeleine Albright.
The Czech Republic has the largest number of incoming tourists per capita, with Prague being the most visited city. Many popular spas exist in the Czech Republic, which have been frequented by numerous renowned personalities, including such European cultural giants as Goethe, Schiller, Chopin, Beethoven, and Wagner.
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