Sometimes it may seem that some students choose rather unusual specialties for study, instead of the usual promising and popular ones, which are constantly heard. Having philosophized and analyzed this topic in more detail, you will understand that such a choice is due to great interest in the future profession.
The Czech Republic is a country with a stable economy, a high standard of living and the lowest unemployment rate in Europe. This means that the vast majority of students, even those who came to the Czech Republic from other countries, find a job in their specialty already in their senior year of study and certainly do not remain without a job after receiving a diploma.
The profession of a dentist is very honorable, as it is always relevant and in demand in society, and most importantly, it guarantees consistently high earnings and career development. And dentistry is one of the most popular specialties in the Czech Republic. Young applicants are attracted not only by the possibility of getting their own dental office in the near future, but also by the fact that they study for a dentist for five years instead of the usual six, as in the case of doctors. The advantages also include the fact that practical classes for dentists begin from the very first course, without the need to pass special certifications.
Christmas is perhaps the most important family holiday of the year for Czechs. With the same enthusiasm and scale with which we celebrate the New Year, Czechs celebrate Christmas with their parents and friends at a large table and all kinds of treats. Christmas in Czech is called Vánoce.
The famous Vinohrady, located in the urban part of Prague 2, was included in the world ranking of the most beautiful, comfortable and developed areas, according to the international publication Time Out.