In the last week of May in Los Angeles held an international fair on education „NAFSA“: http://www.nafsa.org/…l_conference, where he presented in his own stall and Czech universities.
The stand, which was part of the „Study in the Czech Republic,“ organized by the National Agency of educational programs (NAEP). Its activity falls under the Centre for International Services of the Ministry of Education. "The goal was to provide booth space not only for the overall presentation of the Czech Republic as an attractive study destination, but also for the personal conduct of individual universities and partner universities. From active participation in the world's largest meeting of foreign workers unions universities, we hope that in the foreseeable future will help increase international student exchanges and scientific mainly with non-European countries such as USA and Korea, "explains the objectives of the Czech team of Teresa Babková NAEP. Finance provided by the Erasmus Mundus program, which aims to support and promote European higher education in international circles.
In Los Angeles, presented the two largest Czech University – Charles University in Prague and Masaryk University in Brno, but there appeared representatives tecnického University in Brno, the University of South Bohemia in the Czech Budejovice, Silesian University in Opava, Czech Agricultural University in Prague and other schools and institutions.
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