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Academic and Psychological Counselling for Students

Study abroad may be associated with problems of adaptation to a new environment, cultural adjustment or homesickness. The Academic Psychological Counselling, therefore, offers counselling to all the foreign students coming to study to the Czech Republic. During counselling, not only the differences but also similarities which help the successful adaptation are pointed out. From a […]

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CEMS Mock Assessment Centre at Job Fair Šance – October 17, 2019

It is already a tradition that during the Job Fair ŠANCE (Chance) you can participate in the CEMS Mock Assessment Centre, as well as meet with the current students of the programme at the CEMS Info stand. The Master in International Management/CEMS programme is taught in English at the Faculty of Business Administration. Its key […]

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Faculty of Business Administration at the International Education Fair 2019 in Almaty, October 11-12, 2019

Are you interested in studying at a faculty that, thanks to the EQUIS accreditation, belongs to the top 1% of business schools in the world? Would you like to find out more about one of our programmes and the admission procedure? Come to meet with our representatives during the International Education Fair 2019, which will […]

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First-Year BBA Students Welcome Lecture

On Friday, September 13, 2019, all the first-year BBA students took part in the welcome lecture at the University of Economics, Prague. They were introduced to the university and its facilities, Integrated Study Information System (InSIS),  European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) and other study-related issues.   The afternoon was then dedicated to a […]

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Exchange Program Applications for 2nd year Bachelor Students – Spring 2020

The Spring 2020 exchange offer for the upcoming selection procedure for 2nd year Bachelor students was published. Students can choose among VSE partner schools in Europe and overseas.  The offer will be updated until the beginning of the selection procedure on 13.9.2019. Exchange offer is available on Sharepoint. (Same login like into InSIS.) More details about the application and selection procedure HERE. […]

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Academic Year 2019/2020

On Monday, September 16, 2019, the classes of the Winter Semester 2019/2020 officially start. They will then continue for 13 upcoming weeks. If you wish to know more about the important dates of this semester, see the Academic Calendar 2019/2020.

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Orientation Week 2019

Orientation Week

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Google AdCamp is coming to Prague | Apply by September 15

We’ve got some exciting news, Google AdCamp is coming to Prague and we’d like to invite you to apply! Applications from students from diverse backgrounds are welcomed. Students with disabilities, students who identify as Ethnic Minority, students from lower-income households, students from the LGBTQA+ community, or any other group historically underrepresented in the technology industry, […]

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Faculty of Business Administration at the Czech Republic Fair in Moscow

During weekend August 24 – 25, 2019, the representatives of the Faculty of Business Administration will be present at the Czech Republic Festival in the Bauman Garden, Moscow. At our stand, they will provide information on study possibilities at our faculty, including the English taught programmes Bachelor of Business Administration, Master in International Management/CEMS, and Master in Management. Come to […]

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Blog by Lisa: Money-saving tips for students

There’s a lot to be excited about when you’re in college: you have more freedom, your professors treat you like an adult, your classes are actually interesting, and you’re making new friends. But college can also be stressful—and not only because of your class load. Money can be tight when you’re in college, which can […]

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