While in 1999 was among the candidates for long-distance form of study at
university or college ** 24.7% ** over 30 years (that number will be entered **
24% ** of all enrolled in the district – now combined – form of study)
last year they had reported 38.7% ** ** (were registered ** 42.3% ** of total
enrollment). According to data Institute for Information and Education,
published in mid-February.
This trend, according to the same message more pronounced especially in the
last four years. This is mainly the mandatory addition of qualifications for
certain professions (eg nurses, teachers or police officers). Another reason is
probably the current world trend of lifelong and continuing education.
** Tertiary education in numbers **
- A study at tertiary level (college and university) in 2009 reported a
total of 156,400 applicants who submitted a total of 345 600 entries (each
candidate gave an average of 2.2 applications). The entrance examination was
attended by only 93.4% of all registered (146 200), accepted applicants was
117,000, of which a total of 94.7% (110 800) to study the actual
- Total number of applicants to study in tertiary education compared to
2008/09 decreased by 360 (+0.2%), total number of received but rose by 2500, an
increase of 2.2%.
- The overall success rate of candidates for entrance examinations was 80.1%,
with full-time study even 83.0%. More successful were candidates for full-time
study at college (88.3%) compared with candidates for full-time students in
master's (37.5%) and bachelor degree programs (80.6%).
** Colleges **
- A study at the college in 2009 reported 146,600 applicants who submitted
a total of 325,000 applications. The entrance examinations attended 93.3% of
applicants accepted were 105 600 (out of 75,300 in full-time education), of
which a total of 99,800 applicants to study the actual enrollment (full-time
education up to 70,700).
- Applicants who graduated in 2009, gave a total of 61.0% of
- The vast majority of candidates are reported to public universities (91.5%).
Private colleges have adopted a total of 15,000 applicants, of whom 13 900 to
- Candidates with the most votes to the study of humanities and social
sciences (28.9%), economic (28.8%), technical (22.4%) and teaching fields
** Colleges **
- The higher professional schools in 2009 to study the reported total of
17,700 applicants who submitted 20,600 applications. Of the total number of
candidates sat for the entrance exams actually attended approximately 90%
(16 000) received a total of 13 700 candidates (including 10 700 full-time
education), of which a total of 11 600 to study the actual enrollment
(full-time education to 8800).
- Applicants who graduated in 2009, gave a total of 60.1% of
The greatest interest manifested candidates for medical (23.6%), economic
(22.1%) and teachers (21.9%) subjects.
- Since 2003/04 declining number of applications, applicants, accepted and
enrolled in higher vocational schools, while the most significant was the
decline between 2003/04 and 2004/05. A slight increase in applicants, received
and registered in the years 2007/08 and 2009/10. This increase was mainly due to
increased interest in other forms of training, the daily forms of education was
until last year marked decline. In 2009, the numbers have increased over the
previous year (number of entries by 9.1%, 5.9% of entries, received by 9.1% and
/ / Note: The present data are based on the autumn collection of data on
individual entries and received a higher technical schools and colleges of the
Institute for Information on Education and the demographic data of the Czech
Statistical Office. In the case of universities, all presented data relate only
to applicants of Czech citizenship, who profess to study in Bachelor's and
Master's programs (not the master's and doctoral). / /
Source: press release, „IIE“: http://www.uiv.cz/clanek/110/1938