Some foreigners choose to relocate to the Czech Republic with their entire families, including children. If that’s your case, you should have at least a basic idea of how things work with compulsory education here. In this article, we’ll explain under which conditions your children must attend kindergarten and primary school and what are some alternatives to their education if you don’t wish to send them to public state schools.
The current coronavirus countermeasures will tighten from Wednesday, October 14 as decided by the Czech government on Monday, October 12. Another full lockdown is not possible since it would harm the Czech economy, which is why the government decided to reduce the concentration of people at one place at a time, rather than close shops and services like in spring.
A set of new countermeasures was announced by the Minister of Health Roman Prymula on Thursday, October 8. Some of them come into force on Friday, October 9, the rest of them will apply from Monday, October 12. Most of them concern leisure activities, although restrictions affecting shopping or education were announced as well.
When it comes to education, one is often wondering what is the best option and how the application process goes. What if you leave all this to us? In 2016, Foreigners launched a project called CzechUniversities with a main idea of helping students to apply for a university and resolve any visa issues. We know how challenging it could be sometimes to deal with the representatives of the university departments so we strongly believe it calls for a professional assistance.
“You have to go beyond your limits because it pulls you forward,” Helena Hermanová says, a teacher of drawing lessons in Ateliér pro kočku. She leads her students to get better. Now you have a chance to join the class. With the support of Foreigners Brno, the atelier is opening an English course for adults.
Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree is designed to develop all the necessary skills required for successful careers in business and management fields. MBA degree is recognized internationally, so students can choose from 2’500 MBA programs offered worldwide based on the language of the program (most are offered in English), location and tuition fee. Most MBA programs […]
To get a degree abroad has become a common practice for the past years. Students from Asia, Middle East, and Europe start their search for universities abroad in the beginning of every school year. Many of them choose to study in the Czech Republic thanks to the high availability of education, great variety of study […]
Moving to a foreign country is a complex process. And even if you’re good at time management and planning, in case of relocation one simply can’t take care of everything in advance. Let’s say, you have great chances of finding an apartment before you enter the country by contacting a reliable agency in your future home […]
The International School of Brno is an institution that provides students from kindergarten to grade 10 (and soon 11th and 12th) from all over the world with the education and skills to be committed, lifelong, and successful learners. We stopped by ISB for an exclusive tour and an interview with the General Coordinator. Check out what ISB offers students, the community, and what we talked about during our interview.