Young people with a handicap of hearing, seeing or with limited movement are slowly beginning to use the special possibilities, which are offered by universities.
In 2007 UEP has offered to its students in sum 64 courses taught by visiting professors from abroad.
The event will take place on Friday, November 30, 2007 under the auspices of the Mayor of the City of Prague Pavel Bém on the premises of the University of Economics, Prague.
The Centre of European Studies of UEP cordially invites you to the international conference “Globalisation Challenges and New Trends of Governance”, which will be held November 20 at UEP.
On November, 24 2007 the University of Economics, Prague will host an alumni meeting with a broad social and professional programme.
Each year, more and more students from abroad are interested in studying at UEP. There are students from 49 countries studying at UEP this semester.
Studies at UEP involve more than just lectures; talented students also have several other opportunities to develop their skills. Within the UEP, there is an active mixed choir, the UEP Chamber Orchestra and a folk group called Gaudeamus. The beginning of the new academic year is a good opportunity for enrolment of new members.
The first group of select UEP students will join an elite educational and training program called “Honors Academia”.
University of Economics wants to broaden cooperation with its alumni.
Central and East European Studies Program (CESP) offers to international students an intensive summer school.