Discovering the future with MSM!
On July 10, a tour of the Prague universities took place, during which our coordinators guided students of the Summer Holiday Programs of the International Union of Youth through the most prestigious universities in Prague, including the University of Economics (VŠE), the Czech Technical University (ČVUT), the Czech University of Life Sciences (ČZU), and also described pros of studying in each university in detail. Coordinators showed how the dormitories look like, in which students can live after they enter one of the listed university, answered all additional questions about the available specialties and got acquainted with the annual and semi-annual language preparational courses, including:
- Is it possible to study in a Czech university for free?
- How can you quickly and effectively learn the language in which you will study?
- What are the benefits of becoming a student of a Czech university?
We would like to remind you that students of Czech universities have a lot of advantages, including the opportunity to work and train in Czech companies, as well as travel around the countries of the Schengen Union.
But to enter a Czech university is not the limit! Did you know that you can get two diplomas at once in three years, the first in the Czech Republic, and then at a university in another country – Canada, Switzerland and even the USA? A tour of the institutions of higher education in Prague also highlighted this question, where the coordinators told what kind of specialties are available in this training program. This is not only a good time and money-saving tool, but also an intensive practice of Czech and English language throughout your staying in a foreign country. This means that in addition to practical knowledge of the specialty, students gain invaluable communication experience in a foreign language, which subsequently will help to more profitably settle in the labor market.
Many of the students come to our summer educational programs not only to get new impressions and knowledge, but also to decide which kind of university fulfills their educational needs in the best way.
A detailed photo report from the tour can be found at the link: