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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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Study indicates ethnic hate is…

Why do ethnic conflicts in some parts of the world flare up so easily and spread so fast? Is ethnic hate and…

 
 
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Czech government seeks power to set…

The Czech government wants to gain full control over the number of work permits issued to foreigners. At its regular…

 
 
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Restoring dignity and hope: a look at…

There are lots of countries in the world that have been hesitant about letting refugees through their borders. The…

 
 
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Czechs and Slovaks mark 100th…

One hundred years ago this autumn, Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk stood atop the stairs of Independence Hall in Philadelphia…

 
 
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Support for Czech cigarette ban still…

It’s almost a year to the day since the Czech Republic finally moved to ban smoking in bars, cafes, and restaurants…

 
 
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Many questions left unanswered, as…

With the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation due to come into force on May 25th individual member states are…

 
 
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Czech labour minister seeks to speed up…

The Czech Republic has the lowest jobless rate in the European Union with vacancies now outstripping the registered…

 
 
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Edward Meegan: Prague’s Grittiness Made…

When Edward Meegan visited the Czech Republic as a tourist in 1993, he had no intention of staying. I talked to him…

 
 
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Czech Republic joins international…

A few weeks ago the Czech Republic joined “Refugees Welcome International ” a platform that was founded in November…

 
 
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Czech glassmaker produces extraordinary…

The Czech Republic is known for its skilled glassmakers, getting commissions for lighting installations and glass…

 
 
 
 
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