What are the advantages of education in Canada and the Czech Republic?
You study at leading universities: ČZU is one of the largest in the country (20 thousand students, 7 developed faculties and more than 110 years of teaching experience), UCW is one of the main and most popular universities in the province of British Columbia and the whole country. It is also a member of several canadian educational associations: British Columbia Council on Admission and Transfer, Global University Systems, ACBSP (Accreditation Council for business schools and programs), EduCanada.
Location. You will live in the largest economic and cultural centers: Prague and Vancouver, completely different in spirit, but nevertheless fascinating for anyone.
Ability to learn more than 2 foreign languages. Today, no one is surprised by knowledge of English, so specialists who speak at least one more European language are becoming more and more popular. By enrolling in the double degree program, you will not only be fluent in everyday and academic English, but you will also be able to learn Czech at a conversational level, as well as choose to study German or French.
The admission conditions. To enter the program, you only need an IELTS certificate with a score of 5.0 and a school certificate.
Flexibility and choice. ČZU and UCW give their students the right to choose subjects and schedule. Thus, in addition to the main curriculum, you will be able to master almost any discipline you are interested in and make your daily routine as comfortable as possible.
Employment opportunities. The Czech Agricultural University regularly holds job fairs, you can officially work up to 20 hours a week and 97% of graduates get the desired position, and study in Canada for two years gives you permission to work in the country for 3 years. Of course, active students will not be left without internships: the University cooperates with many major companies that are willing to accept interns. The specialized Department of the University will help with all questions about visa, accommodation and finding an employer.