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Colleges in the new: It pays to live there yet? Added:21.4. 2005
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Colleges in the new: It pays to live there yet?

Since next year will be introduced reforms that fundamentally change the existing student housing. Ministry of ending subsidies for housing, student housing will go up, new students receive about seven hundred crowns in his hand. And stay on them, what they do. But it will not under these conditions better to go to live in digs?

Since next year will be introduced reforms that fundamentally change the existing student housing. Ministry of ending subsidies for housing, student housing will go up, new students receive about seven hundred crowns in his hand. And stay on them, what they do. But it will not under these conditions better to go to live in digs?

How will it work? Nobody knows

Although these changes are around the corner, few know how everything actually happens. This applies not just students. The lack of information affecting the professionals who have a university dormitory in charge. At most schools is the process of deciding the future of housing. „These questions can not satisfactorily answer. According to my information on subsidies and prices are still on the track at the top, "said Peter Solimanová from the Czech Technical University in Prague. Spokesman Charles University Vaclav Hajek also knew nothing in particular. "The final price of accommodation is not yet approved by the Academic Senate.“

Colleges === become more expensive

The essence of reform is but obvious. While schools have received grants, which is then used only for college, the new money will go directly to students. They can be used both for payment of accommodation and for rent in private accommodation. The amount by which they zhrubne purse is estimated at about seven hundred. Until now, the state contributed CZK 900 per student. The difference is yet to understand: from October this year will receive subsidies to more people. The authors of the reform, therefore, regard the new system be equitable.

Satisfied, however, can not be all. First, it assumes that the prices of accommodation will be higher than the money that students receive. It is precisely due to the height difference between old and new grants. This rule, however, fully endorse Masaryk University in Brno, which, as one of the few already published a new list. While still standing on the tracks Triple Tvrdého crowns, since October for him to pay 1650 CZK. The double room on the rails in Komarov pay a little bit more just six hundreds.

Nevůli among university students caused by the fact that housing subsidies are given only to those students who had studied something else and left their study program. If you need last year went to the West Bohemian University entrance exams because you failed to Prague and you are to succeed this time, you are out of luck. Promised seven hundred crowns to your business.

Colleges vs. Private: Where will it be better?

The question is whether the students begin to collectively abandon the rail when the housing to private club will be almost as expensive. Prices of the rooms is better and will increase to 2,500 crowns, for which he has a rental in most cities can find. Although the college offers other advantages such as easier contacts with new people, living in a comfortable apartment, after all at the same price will certainly entice many young people. Critics point out that changes in addition to the track in the new environment will behave in a market and offer its services only to students. And to live in one room, for example, with the workers, who attend for work in larger cities, last for about few undergraduate.

But to make this even more complicated, some experts also expect rental growth in private apartments. Therefore it is logical that when students begin to leave the track, the demand for apartments they definitely need to increase the price.




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