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Why are over half of Czech bachelor students not completing their degrees?

Many businesses and economists complain that the number of graduates in the Czech labour force is consistently too low. Data from the Ministry of Education shows that nearly 60 percent of bachelor students in the Czech Republic are not finishing their degree. What are reasons for this high drop-out rate?

 
 
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On a little square near Kampa, a French…

This week, visitors to Prague’s Na Kampě street at the foot of the Charles Bridge have the chance to sample champagne…

 
 
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For Harley-Davidson enthusiasts, a long…

Harley-Davidson celebrated its 115th anniversary last weekend, bringing motorcycle enthusiasts to Prague from all…

 
 
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Czechs increasingly satisfied with life…

Czechs are said to be a grumpy lot, but in reality they are increasingly satisfied with life. According to a survey…

 
 
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Klára Váňová: Barberette wants fair…

Klára Váňová is the owner of Barberette, Prague’s first gender-neutral barber shop. Its philosophy is that all…

 
 
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Government backs same-sex marriage bill…

The Czech government has backed a draft amendment to the Civil Code that would legalize same-sex marriages. The…

 
 
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Czech gender equality NGOs fear loss of…

Despite the Czech Republic stagnating in the worldwide effort to bring about gender equality, the country’s government…

 
 
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Top architects and planners to share…

What are today’s most pressing housing challenges? What are the current trends in residential development? And how to…

 
 
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Gratias Agit recipient on her ties to…

Jana Reichová left Czechoslovakia just weeks after the country’s invasion by Soviet-led troops in 1968 and started a…

 
 
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Bitcoin Coffee hosts DYI market for…

Prague is a major hub when it comes to alternative cryptocurrencies. At the epicentre is a building known as Paralelní…

 
 
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Foreign Ministry hands out annual…

The Czech Foreign Ministry has handed out its annual Gratias Agit Awards to Czech expatriates and foreigners for…

 
 
 
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