Higher education in the Czech Republic
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…

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What is the difference between European and Ukrainian universities?
There is no topic much more important for Ukraine than the European integration and the spread of European standards. There is not much more important problem for the entrant than…

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How is it better to prepare for the OUT and the STA in English
There are not so many examinations left, so it's time to prepare for the state final certification (STA), and, of course, to the external independent assessment (ZNO), because these exams…

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What is the difference between European and Ukrainian universities?

There is no topic much more important for Ukraine than the European integration and the spread of European standards. There is not much more important problem for the entrant than the choice of the future university and the future profession. And many would like the education to be qualitative and “European”. But is it worth looking for a European education in Ukraine? Continue reading

What to do to students who have not passed this year?

Many of the students were not able to obtain the required number of points for admission to higher education, and are forced to postpone entry to the universities for the next year or to choose college or technical colleges. There is also the possibility to go to higher educational institutions or courses abroad, but the cost of such education is usually several times higher than the ability of Ukrainian parents.

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New prospects for obtaining higher medical education at US universities

Globalization is a reality of our time: the global market, free movement from country to country, medical tourism and the like. She did not bypass her education either. In fact, in order to ensure the free movement of higher education applicants, on June 19, 1999 in Bologna, the ministers of education in 29 countries of Western and Central Europe signed the Bologna Declaration, a document that is now determining the development of higher education in Europe. Continue reading

Education in Germany
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…

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Your e-mail address is your business card
Everyone knows the old saying "Meet the clothes, follow the mind." In the world of information technology where we live, we are increasingly met for the first time through electronic…

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