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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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Czech Protestant Easter: a spiritual…

Although the Czech Republic is one of the most secular countries in Europe, Easter is observed in most homes around the…

 
 
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Red hot success story for Brno…

Jan Jašek and Richard Belžík are two friends and chilli fans from the city of Brno. A few years ago, they turned their…

 
 
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Czechs ‘Down Under’ pioneer waste…

A young Czech couple living in Australia has launched a successful online application which enables people to recycle…

 
 
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Czechs improve perceived corruption…

The Czech Republic’s position on the Corruption Perception Index published by Transparency International slightly…

 
 
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Eight Chinese Christians granted asylum…

The Czech Interior Ministry has granted asylum to eight Chinese Christians seeking protection in the country on the…

 
 
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Multicultural project highlights Prague…

For nearly 20 years, the Multicultural Centre Prague has been involved in promoting human rights and respect for…

 
 
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Promise of changes cools taxi drivers…

A protest by taxi drivers that would have again blocked the streets of Prague on Thursday was cancelled after a meeting…

 
 
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Czech Catholics call for top archbishop…

A group of Czech Catholics have written a letter urging Pope Francis not to prolong Cardinal Dominik Duka’s mandate as…

 
 
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Czechs mark marriage week as divorce…

The annual National Marriage Week, aiming at increasing rates of marriage and children born in wedlock, gets under way…

 
 
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Marathon Czech international legal…

One of the longest running legal battles in Czech history has just taken a new turn with the possible bill for the…

 
 
 
 
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