Proběhlé akce, tipy a triky ke studiu, studentský život a mnoho dalšího na jednom místě.
As I mentioned in my last blog, I came here for practice. From the beginning till today, I spend four weeks in three houses for seniors. These houses for seniors are Máj, Hvízdal and Dobrá Voda. At first, I was thinking that I will spend the whole practice with seniors and that was really bad for me because I know how that looks in my country.Celý článek
My name is Davor. I am 22. I am studying at the Faculty of Political Sciences at the University of Sarajevo, Department of Social Work. To the Czech Republic, I came to practice for two months.Celý článek
The climate of the Czech Republic can be categorized as continental or temperate, which is variable, and there are no recognizable climatic zones. Temperatures generally decrease with increased elevation (hilly areas) but are reasonably constant around the southern half of the country with the mean average temperature being 7–9°C.Celý článek
This article provides insights and a summary of the necessary knowledge for staying in the Czech Republic. It is essential to know a few things about the country before your arrival.Celý článek
‘Validation’ or ‘Recognition of education’ means that primary, secondary, postsecondary, and university education received outside (other foreign countries) of the Czech Republic is considered equivalent to education received in the Czech Republic.Celý článek
This is a mandatory welcome course in which foreigners are introduced to the rights and obligations associated with their stay on the territory of the Czech Republic and the Czech Republic's fundamental values, everyday life, culture, and customs.Celý článek
For more information read full article.Celý článek
Everyone residing in the Czech Republic is required to have proper health insurance. There are two types of health insurance in the Czech Republic: public and private.Celý článek
Based on your address, an application to extend the validity of a resident card, residence permit, permanent residence permit, or permanent residence card must be submitted at the local MOI office (České Budějovice)Celý článek
Hi! Maria and Linda USB Ambassadors speaking here – we are current master’s students in the double degree Biological Chemistry programme. Let us tell you more about our studies!Celý článek
České Budějovice is a beautiful town in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic.Celý článek
What? All new students have to get a student identification card (ID card).
My name is Yves and I´ll tell more.