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Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MoE) last week published its annual report on the activities of universities in 2009.

The report also shows that in 2009:

  • Takes place in its educational activities of 72 colleges (universities), including 26 public, 2 state and 44 private
  • Both public and 3 private universities (University of Jan Amos Comenius, Ltd., Metropolitan University Prague, ops, and the Institute of Finance and Administration, ops), and 24 public high schools were university type ** **
  • 41 private universities and two public university (College of Polytechnics and Colleges of Technology and Economics, Czech Budejovice) were non-university ** **
  • Public and private high schools were studying a total of ** 2397 ** accredited programs
  • According to the sectoral breakdown prevailed at public universities ** Technical sciences ** (27%) and fields of study ** in the field of humanities and social sciences and sciences ** (17%), followed by courses on the ** natural sciences and sciences ** (also 17%) than vice versa was carried from the fields of jurisprudence and the doctrines and disciplines of psychology (less than 1%)
  • An application to college have lodged ** 146,220 ** people, on average, each candidate submits an application 2.2 (324 993)
  • For the entrance exams was attended by 136,767 persons ** **, ie 93.2% of total enrollment, were accepted ** 105 570 ** candidates, ie 77.1%, and entered ** 99 818 ** , ie 72.9% of the total number of candidates presented themselves for admission control
  • Was successful at public universities ** 68.1% and 87.7% for private candidates **
  • Overall, the university received about 3% more candidates than in the previous academic year
  • To study full-time with reported 69% of candidates (ie 100,560 persons), to study in a combined distance and then 31% (ie 53 507 persons)
  • Public and private universities studied 389,231 students, an increase of 5.1% compared to 2008, the number of public universities studied 333,580 students (85.7%) and 56,357 private students (14 3%)
  • Last year, many students studying in fields focusing on economics ** ** (25%) ** ** technical sciences (22.1%) and ** Humanities and Social Sciences ** (17%), followed by branches of the ** Education and Teaching ** (12.4%) ** and the Natural Sciences and Sciences ** (7.7%)
  • Students are citizens of the CR ** ** studying in higher education 354 711 (91.1%)

Public Schools === ===

  • At public universities conducted the study, total ** 2184 ** Degree Programmes
  • Most accredited programs at public universities in the undergraduate (35%) and Master (27%) stage
  • Public high school last year enrolled a total of 134,108 ** people **
  • The greatest interest among the public universities to study at Masaryk University ** ** (28,055 people) and ** Charles University, Prague ** (25,939 persons)
  • Most were interested in studying ** economically oriented degree programs ** (29.2%) ** in the humanities and social science fields ** (27.8%) and technical sciences ** ** (23.3 %)
  • Between the candidates ** ** to study at universities again dominated women ** ** (56.5%), which also formed the most accepted (53.1%) and enrolled (53.2%)
  • ** ** But they were men compared with women with successful ** ** entrance exams (77.8% success rate in men compared with 67.5% success rate of women)
  • The majority of university students were women again ** ** (55.5%), which prevailed in the undergraduate (55%) and MA (66.7%) programs only in the doctoral program he attended mainly by men * ** * (42.2% of females)

Private Schools === ===

  • Private universities provide education in ** 213 ** accredited degree programs, of which 147 bachelor's, master 2, 61 successive Masters and 3 doctoral programs
  • According to the sectoral breakdown prevailed at a private university ** economically-oriented degree programs ** (46%), social science programs ** ** (24%) and programs in the field of legal science and ** ** Doctrine (9%) were least ** contrary medical and psychological programs ** (less than 2%)
  • At private colleges enrolled 17,101 persons ** **
  • The greatest interest among private universities to study at the University ** ** John Amos Comenius (3088 people) and ** School of Finance and Administration ** (1562 persons)
  • Total at a private university studying ** ** 56 357 students, representing an increase of 10.2% over 2008
  • Bachelor's degree programs at private universities last year, studied 44,400 (ie 78.7%) of the students in the related master's degree program 11 915 (ie 21.1%) students, „long“ master's degree programs, 52 doctoral students and programs studied 63 students
  • The most soukrmých university students studying ** economically oriented fields of study ** (29 888 students ie 53%) ** ** Social sciences (14,157 students ie 25.1%), and pedagogical fields ** ** ( 6361 students ie 11.2%)

International Students === ===

  • Students with foreign citizenship was ** 34 552 ** (8.9% of total)
  • Most foreign students (74.1%) studied at public universities ** **
  • Most students came from the Slovak Republic ** ** – a total of 22,233 students (64.3%), the Russian Federation of 2256 students (6.5%), Ukraine 1364 students (3.9%), Vietnam 721 students (2%), but also from Great Britain (411 students – 1.2%), Norway, Portugal, Germany, Kazakhstan, the United States and Malaysia
  • Foreign students at Czech universities studied ** especially in the economic, medical, technical and social sciences **

The annual report further details, see, inter alia, detailed information on the number of successful graduates and their employment rate failure study, the qualification structure of academic staff, learning disabilities and many other areas relating to higher education in the Czech Republic. The entire annual report can be downloaded „here“: http://www.msmt.cz/…-za-rok-2009.

Source: www.msmt.cz




Author: Černá, Lucie

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