Studying at Czech universities, more and more foreign students. More than two-thirds of them are Slovaks, Czech Republic, who can study under the same conditions as Czechs. What do you think the Czech students?
To study the Slovaks in the Czech Republic is relatively simple – do not take the examination in the Czech language study or for pay, you just need to pass the entrance exam. The Czech school is reported due to their higher level and better prospects for use after graduation. Three years ago we were at more than 320 000 students, of which more than 24 000 students were from abroad. In most cases, just from Slovakia.
The management of schools or teachers, and between the Czech and Slovak student sees no difference. They receive the best, regardless of where they are. Intergovernmental Agreement of 2001 also allows the Slovaks to use their mother tongue as the entrance examination, and during the study.
We asked students from different schools across the Czech Republic, what about the number of Slovaks in our minds. Most of the Slovaks does not bother them, or their presence with us right welcome.
** What do you think about the number of Slovaks in Czech schools? **
I do not mind at all, I think it's just good. For me this relationship, what with the Czechs and Slovaks always had, a little dying, gradually starting to leave and take them as foreigners, and I think it's a shame. So I am for, whether they are here with us.
There's too much. I do not think it's so bad, I usually get only the really smart, so they are extremely competitive, which may motivate more Czechs – they are not here yet manage to study well. Moreover, in our field are the ones most comfortable people.
In Pilsen there were too few, too few in Glasgow. I do not mind – I'd gone to study in developed countries had taken me there.
Slovaks in Czech schools does not bother me, I have many friends among them.
I do not think there would be too much of Slovaks. I do not notice them to much. But I do not mind – because it's from Slovakia are all quite far „better“ Czech universities think that the study only those who support it are really interested, and in my opinion should not prevent people from receiving a quality education, While on the stand.
Also with us Slovaks, and I would say that there is just right, neither little nor too much. And no I do not mind, not in general.
The Trebic ZMVŠ not resolve this problem too … but otherwise I find that there is enough přeslovákováno, which bothers me a bit. On the other hand, the Slovaks are well mate.
We have only one branch in Slovakia, which is not much. And though they feel there could be more, whether it's a bit of „international,“ if so can you speak about Slovaks …
There's plenty! But we like them.
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„I felt that I was abroad,“ said Slovak teachers at university ": http://www.vysokeskoly.cz/…hranici-rika- Slovak-to-adult educators vs.
„The disadvantage of the Slovak Studies? None I can think of!“: Http://www.vysokeskoly.cz/clanek/nevyhoda-studia-na-slovensku-zadna-me-nenapada?page=2
„The Slovak students in Brno: 5 Biggest Scandal“: http://www.vysokeskoly.cz/…tsich-pomluv?…
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