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Средняя школа при Посольстве России в Чехии


Secondary school with the Embassy of the Russian Federation

in the Czech Republic


Accepting the Russian students in Czech universities”


Pupil: Gorda Diana, 11th form

Teacher: Nesterov Vasily


2012

Prague


Content


1. How to nostrificate Russian diploma

2. List of universities and specialties

3. What exams need a Russian student to pass if he wants to be accepted to Czech University?

4. Studying in Czech or English languages (Courses for studying foreign languages);

5. Fees and scholarships;

6. Future jobs.





Introduction


Education is one of the most important periods of our life and in modern world a well-educated person is mostly a successful one.

I am now in the 11 form and I graduate from school this year. After that I would like to study at a university to get larger and more sophisticated knowledge. As we are studying in a Russian school we need a lot of documents and good marks at exams in case we want to be accepted in Czech universities. Of course studying at university means a lot of work, better say hard work, but this period of life is used to be named by adults golden, brilliant,excellent, the best one actually. Why is it so? The difference between university and school is that you become more independent, you choose what you want to study and if you do make mistakes, there are your own ones. You become more social, talk to more people, develop your own self, and plan your time more successfully. And at university you don’t have to study only, you should communicate with people; make your own relationships for the future. University doesn’t only give you knowledge; it actually helps you to choose the right way of your life. At university you are treated like an adult, no one is going to name you a kid and everything depends on you only. What is university like? Let’s ask some students

1.
Ramona

Do you get lots of work?
Yes, but a lot of it is self-motivated study, nobody is going to make you do anything but you really do get out of university what you put in so work hard!

2. Estela

University is very different to high school, both socially and academically. For instance, your timetable depends on your course; you have lectures and tutorials to attend; as well as assignments and exams to complete for each subject. Plus you’re studying and participating in an environment where everyone wants to learn.

Sometimes you can choose to study by distance too, which often means there are no ‘classes’ to attend – you study at home, at your own pace.

You have to plan your study and manage your time well to successfully complete a university degree.


3. Elena

It's that time of year. Applications have been sent out, and admissions committees are making their decisions. Acceptances and rejections are being written, anticipated and dreaded when the mail is retrieved each day. I remember it, and not fondly. It's a scary time. There's so much uncertainty. So many big decisions to make. So much that you're losing. So much fear you're going to have to overcome. Trust me, I remember.


I also remember that, this time last year, I was desperately searching the internet for any and all information about the real university experience. I had read about the classes, and I had gone on the tours. But I wanted to know what it was like, day to day. I wanted the real story.


So let’s start descovering what is the student life in the Czech Republic.

Here you will get interesting and easy information about studying abroad.


1. How to nostrificate Russian diploma


First and one of the most important problems a future student should think about is nostrification of Russian diploma. The process of “nostrification” of documents enabling an access to higher education is regulated by decrees of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport.

For nostrification you must bring to the Odbor skolstvi Magistratu hlavniho mesta Prahy:

1. An application for recognition;

2. Legalized copies of documents (certificates, study reports from each study year, full description of all subjects, etc.).

The documents on secondary education must be translated into Czech. The authenticity of the content of the translated documents must be verified by a competent authority.

The authenticity of signatures and stamps on original documentation must be verified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the state which is the seat of the institution that has issued the document or by a foreign notary and the embassy of the Czech Republic in the respective country.

After bringing all needed documents a student that would like to study in Czech language must pass additional exams. Every year these exams change, but mostly they are: geography of Czech Republic, English and Mathematics. The knowledge of Czech language should start from B1 level and could be higher.

If a student passes successfully his exams he would get the nostrificated diploma in approximately 14 days.





Choosing the right university and specialty is the main problem for a student. How should we choose a right university?

Here in the Czech Republic there are a lot of interesting universities. They are divided into private, state and public highest education establishments. It depends on the subject that a student is interested in, but in general all universities have a large spectrum of specialties.

Here I would like to present the list of universities in the Czech Republic because as we know there are good institutions not only in Prague, but in Brno, Ostrava and Plzen too.


This is a list of all universities in the Czech Republic for April, 2011[update]. It also includes small ones.

Public:

State:

  • Police Academy (Policejní akademie České Republiky)

  • U
    niversity of Defense (Univerzita obrany) in Brno, Vyskov and Hradec Kralove.



Private:

  • Academia Rerum Civilium – Vysoká škola politických a společenských věd, s.r.o.

  • Akademie STING

  • A
    nglo-American College – Anglo-americká vysoká škola, o.p.s.



  • Bankovní Institut Vysoká Škola, a.s. - Banking Institute / College of Banking -

  • Architectural Institute in Prague -

  • Brno International Business School

  • Evropský polytechnický institut, s.r.o.

  • Filmová akademie Miroslava Ondříčka v Písku, o.p.s.

  • Institut restaurování a konzervačních technik

  • Škoda Auto University

  • Literární akademie (Soukromá vysoká škola Josefa Škvoreckého)

  • Mezinárodní baptistický teologický seminář Evropské baptistické federace, o.p.s.

  • NEWTON College, a.s.

  • Pražská vysoká škola psychosociálních studií,s.r.o.

  • Pražský technologický institut

  • Rašínova vysoká škola s. r. o.

  • Soukromá vysoká škola ekonomických studií

  • Středočeský vysokoškolský institut, s.r.o.

  • University of Northern Virginia, Prague Branch Campus

  • University of New York in Prague, s.r.o.

  • Unicorn College

  • Vysoká škola aplikovaného práva, s.r.o.

  • Vysoká škola cestovního ruchu, hotelnictví a lázeňství

  • Vysoká škola ekonomie a managementu

  • Vysoká škola evropských a regionálních studií, o.p.s.

  • Vysoká škola finanční a správní o. p. s.

  • Vysoká škola hotelová v Praze

  • Vysoká škola Jana Amose Komenského

  • Vysoká škola Karla Engliše v Brně

  • Vysoká škola Karlovy Vary

  • Vysoká škola logistiky, o.p.s.

  • Vysoká škola manažerské informatiky a ekonomiky, a.s.

  • Vysoká škola mezinárodních a veřejných vztahů Praha, o.p.s.

  • Vysoká škola obchodní v Praze

  • Vysoká škola podnikání

  • Vysoká škola realitní - Institut Franka Dysona s.r.o.

  • Vysoká škola regionálního rozvoje, s.r.o.

  • Vysoká škola tělesné výchovy a sportu Palestra, s.r.o.

  • Vysoká škola v Plzni, o.p.s.

  • Vysoká škola veřejné správy a mezinárodních vztahů v Praze, o.p.s.

  • Vysoká škola zdravotnická, o. p. s.

  • Západomoravská vysoká škola Třebíč, o.p.s.



Old universities

  • Charles University in Prague (Charles University) - founded in 1348 by Bohemian king and Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV.

  • Palacký University of Olomouc (Olomouc University) - a college founded 1249 by Olomouc bishop, got University rights in 1573 when it was led by the Jesuit Order, in 18th century became State university. During oppressions of absolutism of 1850s, most faculties were closed, only Theological faculty remained. In 1946, other faculties were re-established.

  • Czech Technical University in Prague (Bohemian Polytechnica; České vysoké učení technické) - founded in 1717 by Bohemian nobility to provide better technical knowledge. Many important scholars have taught there, e.g. F. J. Gerstner or J. Ressel.

  • VŠB – Technical University of Ostrava founded on 23 January 1849 in Příbram, moved to Ostrava in 1949.

  • Brno University of Technology (BUT) (Vysoké učení technické v Brně, VUT) founded in 1849 as a German-Bohemian Technical College (Německo-české technické učiliště) and transformed into Czech Technical University (České vysoké učení technické) in 1899 with Karel Zahradníček as its first rector. In 1956 transformed into Brno University of Technology (Vysoké učení technické v Brně) and after the Velvet Revolution in 1989 reorganized and new faculties were founded.

  • Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (Česká zemědělská univerzita v Praze, ČZU) founded with the charter for the agricultural department at the Czech Technical University in Prague October 1906 by Emperor Franz Josef, following a proposal by Gustav Marchet, Minister for Culture and Education. A government degree was passed in November 1952, establishing an independent University of Agriculture in Prague with the Faculties Agronomy, Economics and Mechanization. In the new millennium the university changed its name to Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (in English) with 5 faculties (Agrobiology, Food & Natural Resources, Economics & Management, Engineering, Environmental Sciences, Forestry, Wildlife & Wood Sciences) and 2 institutes (Tropics & Subtropics, Education & Communication).

  • Masaryk University in Brno - founded in 1919 by the state. Became one of the biggest universities during 1990s. 6

  • Mendel University Brno (Mendelova univerzita v Brně) - founded in 1919 named after Gregor Mendel - the botanist and the "Father of Genetics"

  • University of Economics, Prague (Vysoká škola ekonomická v Praze, VŠE) founded in 1919 as Vysoká škola obchodní (the Commercial College) affiliated to Czech Technical University, and currently is the largest university in the field of economics, business and information technologies in the Czech Republic.

New universities

After 1989 most of separate faculties in regional cities became stand-alone universities. They usually bear the name of the region. Technology universities in Ostrava, Plzen and Liberec opened more faculties and branches of study, including humanities, and changed their names.

In the modern world there are a lot of specialties, certificated and subspecialties. The main are:

  1. Medicine

  2. Economics

  3. Law

  4. Religion

  5. Art

  6. Design

  7. Informatics

  8. Mathematics and Physics

  9. History

  10. Languages

  11. Diplomatic studies

  12. Agriculture

  13. Psychology

  14. Pedagogy

  15. Sport




3. What exams need a Russian student to pass if he wants to be accepted to Czech University?

But before choosing the university we should know what exams we need to take to be accepted to the university.

First examination is for the nostrification. It is called “Nostrifikacy zkousky”. Each year the Minister of Education forms a list of exams that our school must pass for getting the equivalence of Diploma. These are oral exams in Czech language. The number of must-passed exams is three and the student is free to choose what he wants to talk about. There are exams of geography, physics, mathematics, informatics, history, chemistry, English, biology etc.

The examination is on common knowledge, for example in geography you would be asked about the world climate, zones, division, about the Czech Republic and its cities.

You must bring your studying documents, copy of passport and an application that you want to be accepted to nostrification exams. The application must be sent not later that February 28, 29.

On these sites you could find more information about nostrification and examples of exams.

http://zatlanka.cz/nostrifikacni-zkousky/

http://ujop.cuni.cz/cce/index_cs.php


A student should go to Odbor skolstvi Magistratu hlavnino mesta Pragy,ul.Ucnovska 100/1,Praha 9. Mgr Fucik or Neumannova(sekretariat odboru) for additional information. Or he could phone to the number 236 005 214 or write an e-mail to: martin.fucik@cityofprague.cz)

Then the student, depending on his university should pass additional exams for being accepted. These exams are divided into 3 categories:

-exams directly at university,

- SCIO exams,

-oral or physical exams.


As I said the universities in the Czech Republic have there own exams and conditions of accepting students.

First type of exam is directly at the university, this means that student has a special date, when he must come to the university and pass his exams. As usual these exams are hold at the beginning of summer, in June. Usually the exams depend on the specialty, for example if you choose economics; you should be ready for maths, Czech and English exams. Not every student could be accepted to the university. He should pass the minimal ball, for example, at easy universities it is 20 %(sport), 50-70% (religion, math and physics, pedagogy etc.) 80%-100 %( law, economics, medicine).

T
he second type of exam is SCIO.
These are exams at a special company that works for universities and make the exams for hard and less corrupted.

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