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Bachelor's programs offered entirely in English.
Master's programs offered entirely in English.

Why should I study here?

From the school:Apart from teaching, the University of Pardubice is also renowned for its numerous scientific and research activities which contribute to an excellent national and international reputation. The numerous of specialized departments and other organizations, institutions and associations which have been operating at the university contribute to this fact.The Miroslav Jureček Foundation and the Jan Perner Foundation play an important role and support educational and research activities of the University.Individual University departments participate in international programmes, take part in student and staff exchange programmes, and share experience in many projects, organize prestigious international sessions, workshops, conferences and seminars.There is much more to university life than studying. Student Council activities and the students themselves cover different areas of student life: culture, sports and club activities.The modern facilities of the University campus, near the center of a city with a population of one hundred thousand, create ideal conditions for the all-around development of young people. Pleasant surroundings and many sports and cultural life opportunities, in combination with quality and demanding study programmes, are comparable to those of leading European universities at the dawn of the third millennium.As a member of the European University Association, the University has become an active part of the European and world higher education and research area. 

What are the admissions criteria?

Application period is from October 1st till January 31st. As with most large public universities, the admissions criteria and such vary from program to program.  Broadly speaking, most have an application deadline in March.  Applicants will need to get an apostille for their diploma before arriving in Prague and will need to get this nostrified when they arrive as a student.

What is student life like?

From the school: Sports and leisure facilities The City of Pardubice and the University itself provide a very wide range of opportunities for the students to spend their free time. The University campus offers the students gymnasiums with a modern gym, a fitness center, clubrooms, tennis courts, a boathouse, and tennis, football, and basketball grounds, allowing training in all sports at various levels. 

Furthermore, the University Sports Club can meet the students' demands for technical sports, e.g. shooting, biathlon, triathlon, and radio orienteering. The Sports Club offers students 8 sports teams—aerobic, sports for all, badminton, basketball, water sports and tourism, table tennis, volleyball, and rowing. The City of Pardubice lies in the lowlands, offering great opportunities for cycling and in-line skating. The city has an indoor swimming pool and two open-air pools. An ice hockey rink is within a walking distance of the campus. Every autumn, Pardubice holds a world-famous Velká Pardubická steeplechase, and a well-known speedway race Zlatá přilba – Golden Helmet. Pardubice’s ice-hockey team plays in the National Czech League, and the matches played in the Pardubice Arena are famous for their fantastic atmosphere.University Art GalleryThe library satisfies those who appreciate fine art with its small gallery in the lounge where the works of predominantly young regional artists are exhibited.Student clubsThe dormitory offers a number of clubs and activities, such as photography, exhibitions etc. The academic clubs "A" and "Dýdy Baba" are popular places where students like to gather and meet. They provide weekday-evening programmes for students (discos, sport event screenings). The nearby Žlutý pes – Yellow Dog music club holds live performances of Czech and also international bands.The May student festival called “Majales”, with its thirty year tradition, regularly takes place on the campus, hosting many popular singers and music groups in open-air concerts.Academic choirThose who like singing can join the Academic Choir that gives concerts and successfully participates in festivals in the Czech Republic and abroad, including the International Festival of Academic Choirs - IFAS - organized in Pardubice every other year.Theatre and cinemaIn the city centre, there are various opportunities to go out in the evening, esp. the City Theatre of Pardubice, Theatre 29 with an alternative scene, the cinema multiplex CINESTAR, and various night clubs with live music and DJs performances.

Scholarships & Funding

Housing options.

The university does offer housing ranging from 99-140 euros per month for double rooms.  Single rooms are possible, but cost around 227 euros per month.

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