Belarusian students can study at Czech universities Added:7.4. 2006
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Belarusian students can study at Czech universities

Czech universities offer Belarusian students who have been fired from their studies due to the participation of opposition demonstrations, to complete his studies. A few days is called for in the Student Chamber of the Higher Education Council. As a first response, Charles University, she joined the Technical University of Liberec (TUL). „We should not hesitate, that aid must come as soon as possible,“ said former Rector of the TUL David Luke.

Czech universities offer Belarusian students who have been fired from their studies due to the participation of opposition demonstrations, to complete his studies. A few days is called for in the Student Chamber of the Higher Education Council. As a first response, Charles University, she joined the Technical University of Liberec (TUL). „We should not hesitate, that aid must come as soon as possible,“ said former Rector of the TUL David Luke.

„The position of Student Association of the situation in Belarus writes here“: http://system.vysokeskoly.cz/index.php?…

About nejrazantněji encourage students of Charles University in Belarus. Its leaders in a letter published the Lukashenko regime compare with the regime in Czechoslovakia before 1989 and believes in its early fall. They also offer assistance to those who were expelled from their country of study:

/ / "The Czech government has approved that students who are in Belarus, following their participation in demonstrations excluded from school will be able to study at Czech universities. If you or anyone of your friends decide to exercise this option, please note, with our help. "/ /

„The entire text of the letter can be read on the website of Charles University“: http://www.cuni.cz/UK-2310.html

Technical University of Liberec wants within their existing programs for students from other countries to offer free places. But government assistance is expected, the release of the money pledged € 20 million to support the Belarusian opposition and the opportunity to smoothly get visas for those who are persecuted by the government in Minsk. "We do not reach the prison, an official goodwill gesture to make the Czech Republic. Among other things, the issue of regulations under which these students receive a visa, "recalls former rector of TUL.




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