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Also this academic year, several hundred foreign students from Europe, Asia, Africa and South America came to the University and its seven faculties. In addition to English, other foreign languages can be heard in the campus. "In the winter semester, there are almost 600 international students from 72 countries worldwide studying at our university," says Mgr. Věra Albrechtová of the International Mobility Centre, University of Pardubice. At the beginning of the winter semester, 566...
It can be very stressful to know exactly what to do when you encounter a medical emergency, even when you are in your home country, speaking your mother tongue and have some first aid knowledge. Now, imagine the same situation abroad, in a country with different habits, culture and language! Aware of this challenge and dedicated to helping international students and employees feel more integrated and secure in Pardubice and the Czech Republic, the Dept. of International Affairs and...
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A short description: (Who are you? Where are you from? How long have you been in the Czech Republic and at the University of Pardubice...) Dobrý den, I am Nikita, and I am from Mumbai. I just began my third year in Pardubice. India is a huge country, could you tell us more about it and about Mumbai? It is indeed a huge country, and Mumbai is the best city in the world! It’s a very mixed place where there is something for everyone. What else can I say? It’s my home. J...
With the participation of representatives of twenty-five research institutions from around the world, the 4th Annual Meeting of SPARK Global members took place on July 21-22. At the meeting held at the oldest Berlin University clinic Charité, our University was represented by Ing. Michal Svoboda and Ing. Karolina Kašparová from the Technology and Knowledge Transfer Centre (CTTZ). The University of Pardubice joined the SPARK program, which was founded in 2006 at Stanford University, USA,...
Czech scientists have made a surprising discovery. A metal pot buried in a tomb in Egypt's Abusir 5000 years ago was made of material that was used at the time in distant Anatolia - modern-day Turkey. They proved that the metals had travelled a few thousand miles before they got to their owner. One of the experts who examined the material used for the manufacture of the container was Ing. Jiří Kmošek, a chemist from the Department of Chemical Technology, the Faculty of Restoration. The...
Dear academic staff, researchers and PhD students,   The University of Pardubice has become a member of organization ORCID. This step is a reaction for regulation of the Government of the Czech Republic, which approved the National Research, Development and Innovation Policy of the Czech Republic 2016–2020. The request for an implementation of international persistent person identifier has been defined in this Policy.   The unified process of ORCID implementation...
The University of Pardubice has confirmed its qualities - it has undergone independent and demanding evaluation and received institutional accreditation.  It is one of the first universities in the Czech Republic. The National Accreditation Bureau for Higher Education has confirmed the top quality of the University of Pardubice by awarding it the highest quality mark and granting it the so-called institutional accreditation for 10 years for 6 areas of education: transport, economics...
Two Czech researchers have been awarded the Order of the Aztec Eagle, the highest Mexican order: Oldřich Kašpar, a historian and ethnologist of the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy of the University of Pardubice, and Ludmila Holková, a researcher and teacher who has lived in Mexico since 1965. In the past, another fourteen Czech citizens had been awarded the order by the Mexican government. Her Excellency Leonora Rueda, the Ambassador of Mexico to the Czech Republic awarded the order...