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Study in the European Union

Submission of application to college is not only narrow the field of Czech Republic. Accession to the European Union, the Czechs opened the gate and education abroad. Access to study while students are member countries the same as the students home country.

Bulgaria, Latvia, and Belgium? Studying abroad brings with it certainly fitting addition. However, efforts pay off. Not only that, you'll develop the knowledge and skills, get to know new culture and friends, but you can also gain new experiences that are applied in their future careers.

** Admission ** If you opt for a college in the EU country, you must pass exam. (List of language examinations can be found „here“: http://www.euroskop.cz/…certifikaty/.) After passing the entrance examinations for access. Since some application to a university is to be sent for a year in advance, such as Oxford or Cambridge, it is advisable to start preparing earlier, at least a year and a half before the school year.

** Costs ** Payment of tuition fees vary depending on the educational system and the law of EU member states, the rule that domestic and foreign students have the same rights. Registration and tuition fees to avoid such as Denmark, Luxembourg, Greece, Slovak Republic, Poland and Romania. By contrast, in Great Britain, Ireland and Estonia to reach for deep pockets. Level of fees here range from 2000 to 5000 euros per year. Equality is not just spending, but also income. If the state contributes to their students education, get these benefits applicants from EU countries. Contributions are not yet on the fee, meals and rent, only for education itself.

** Work in the studio ** During his stay abroad, you can earn in the study works. But this is for international students is limited to half-time, in another case, set the range of possible working hours. In countries that do not restrict the number of people entering the labor market, the work of the same rules for both domestic and foreign students.

** Length of stay ** Scholarships can be divided into two groups according to the length of their duration. It is a long-term study stays, study the degree, after which you end professional qualifications and short stays, so-called non-degree study, which lasted only a few months.

** Programs ** Socrates Programme – aims to promote cooperation between schools, the development of the education system and ultimately improving the quality of teaching.

It is divided into eight subgroups:

  • Comenius – school education
  • Erasmus – Higher Education
  • Grundtvig – Adult Education
  • Lingua – language education
  • Minerva – the use of information and communication technology, open and distance learning
  • Research and innovation – the question of educational policies (Arion, Eurydice, NARIC)
  • Joint Actions – cooperation with other EU programs
  • Additional activities – support activities that are included with each sub

The EU is the largest institute for higher education designated Erasmus. Through it, students can get a grant universities in the 3–12 month study period in any EU country. At the same time they are due to the European system of credits will count the entire period of study abroad.

Socrates is currently participating in 31 countries, of which 25 are EU members, the three countries into the EU candidates and three members of the European Free Trade Association (EFTA).

A complete list of training programs of the EU (Leonardo da Vinci, Youth, Jean Monnet, eLearning, etc.) for consultation „here“: http://www.euroskop.cz/…ako-student/.

For more information on study in individual EU countries, visit the „European Information Network for Youth“: http://www.eurodesk.cz.




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