The Czech Republic is a country in Central Europe with neighbours Germany, Austria, Slovakia and Poland. It is a developed country with high income. It is the sixth safest country in the world. The automotive industry is the country’s largest industry. The traditional industries in the Czech Republic are the glass and porcelain industries. It is a member of the United National Organisation and Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development(OECD). Prague is the capital city. The currency is Czech Koruna.
Not only the university degrees and diplomas are recognised internationally, they increase the chances of the employability of the student. Over 43000 international students are studying in the Czech Republic. It is also a signatory to the Bologna Process, which allows the student to transfer to another university in another country which should also be a signatory. The quality of education is monitored by its National system. There is no tuition fees if the student studies in Czech language. However, almost all courses are available in English too. The cost of living is quite low in Czech Republic compared to other European countries, the United Kingdom, the United States of America, Canada, Australia, etc. Some of the oldest libraries in Europe are located here, which could provide access to the treasure house of knowledge that is stored in the books available; knowledge of the Czech language can prove phenomenal this way.
Along with the Prague Castle and the The Charles Bridge, The Czech Republic is replete with architectural marvels to keep you spellbound by its timeless beauty. The country is also a culinary paradise giving the students to experience tastes which are hard to find elsewhere. The Bramborak, which is a Czech potato pancake and the Kulajda, which is a soup cooked with mushrooms, sour cream and potatoes are sure to water your mouth.
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