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Although in connection with the prospects of passing the exams at GCSE or high most inflect preparatory courses, not a single species-school education, which can help future graduates with their graduation in these areas succeed. Throughout the year can also participate in many other activities.
Since the Czech Republic is a member of European Union, there is a less administrative needed for students coming from any other EU or EEA country and staying here for the purpose of studies. For the others, there are some rules and additional obligations. But all can be managed easily – it is just necessary to know where to find right information.
The system of czech education consists of four basic degrees: preschools, elementary, high schools, resp. grammar schools, colleges and training colleges, and universities. This structure follows the standards of International Standard Classification of Education (ISCED) approved in 1997 by UNESCO. Public education is free of charge.
Czech higher education institutions are involved in complex system of international cooperation in the area of higher education, which is based on many international or interuniversity agreements. Their aim is above all supporting the student mobility and facilitation of the study conditions for foreign nationalities coming to the Czech Republic.
Though the students coming to the Czech Republic in purpose of studies can obtain some of the scholarships offered it is usually not possible to live solely from this budget. It is always better either to come with considerable savings or to work while studying.
Czech public and private higher education institutions are opened to all applicants, not only to the Czech people, and thanks to that there is a high percentage of the students coming from foreign countries. If you also think about studying in the Czech Republic, there are some things good to know before coming – e.g. about the organization of the study or possible fees connected.
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