The first high school in the Czech Republic was opened in 1348, and today there are about 30 major state universities that offer more than 1000 different specialties. The diplomas of these universities are recognized not only throughout the European Union, but also in most countries of the world. Continue reading
Firstly, in Germany, foreign students can obtain higher education almost free of charge, there are no entrance exams, and can be taught both in German and in English (education in English is also free).
Hence, education in Germany is affordable, and important, qualitative, and the diplomas themselves are highly valued not only among European countries, but also among countries such as England, the United States and Canada (where receiving higher education our students are paying a fairly decent amount of money )
Secondly, Germany is interested in attracting and retaining highly skilled and perspective personnel in the country in various branches of science. Continue reading