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How it looks on track

Getting to college is one thing, but if you do not have school at home, there will be just another nuisance – to find accommodation. Traditionally, in mid-September, all university students surge flooded city desperately shánějících place to lay your head. Allocation for the commuter rail is not at all obvious.

Getting to college is one thing, but if you do not have school at home, there will be just another nuisance – to find accommodation. Traditionally, in mid-September, all university students surge flooded city desperately shánějících place to lay your head. Allocation for the commuter rail is not at all obvious. Criteria for the vastly differ: sometimes you have to study average of 1.5 and live 150 km away, elsewhere will be enough to be a freshman (from the next academic year at the Masaryk University in Brno and the Technical University of Liberec) and nebydlet just around the corner . For the first time account for the benefit of the Charles University.

Slovaks have a special status – and some universities, such as Olomouc, granting them the status of foreigners and is primarily accommodated, elsewhere, such as the University of Economics in Prague, say to them straight, let alone living gathered together. While students of Brno University of Technology and a few other places in the request for allocation of tracks for electronic submission, else one has to appear in person or send a requisition to the Accommodation and Catering Services. Even when one is among the elect, who a few years they will be singing this sentiment on the track bejvávaly times this morning … the party started, is far from won. Track equipment, fees and dormitory schedules is in fact quite different. And all this may play a role in deciding where to study.

What you find on the track? First of all, lots of new friends, but because you have thin walls will be possible to climb on my nerves. Then the dirty corridors, crowded cage, broken elevators … Rouge and Strahov dormitory Silvia (22). Judith (20) of Olomouc, but opposes "Once a week we clean up the bathroom and toilet, he manages the rest of the cells themselves. Hallways and kitchens are polished every day. "Sometimes the Internet and college computer network take for granted, are part of the canteen, which is the case over the University of South Bohemia. Student club, swimming pool etc.. boast Kaunicovy track vet and pharmacy in Brno. The Prague town halls in the South we find a fitness center, billiards and bowling. Some colleges also offer a partnership or equal to double accommodation (eg. University of Ostrava on Rails in 1650 crowns a month, couple with children studying in the UK will pay 1371 crowns, the possibility of joint accommodation and rail MU). The difference between the common bathroom in the hall and two-room cell with its own toilet and bathroom you will probably soon after their first visit. Most universities on its website information about the college, including photos published, an opportunity to learn what you expect and misses, any duty to investigate, which tracks the next time you ask.

How to pay for college? It depends among other things, on where you live, what you have and how you live there. Prices range from CZK 200 per bed in 1500 crowns. The average price is usually 1000–1 200 crowns. Self-payers and foreign students living costs much more than ordinary college students. Also pay extra money for Internet appliances, borrowing a vacuum cleaner, iron, a washing machine, etc. Prices for accommodation vary, as well as methods of payment. Students usually welcome the opportunity to pay by money transfer or by standing order, which is certainly more convenient than sending the bills.

More details about each track … Charles University in Prague is the twelfth round (and others in Brandys, Pilsen and Hradec Kralove), but for the number of students seeking a college, this number seems not so impressive. Prices range from 273 per month for a bed in a room with four beds in Brandys for 1295 crowns for a single room in the center. Incidentally, the amount paid by students at Masaryk University for a double room half an hour away from the center of Brno. For my students to CTU in Prague 11 tracks; price per month ranges from 480 CZK to 2 100 CZK. Students VŠB – Technical University of Ostrava will pay from 600 CZK to 1110 CZK per month. In a similar range of accommodation fee varies in Zlín and Olomouc.




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