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Due to the completely extraordinary international situation, the Dean of the Faculty of Chemical Technology decided to award an extraordinary study scholarship to students from Ukraine. In recent days, when the situation has worsened so much that some of our foreign students cannot return to their homeland and remain there without any support from their families, these university students have come to the Dean's Office with their touching personal stories, which unfortunately have a...
Dear colleagues, in connection with current events in Ukraine, the University of Pardubice has published the news For Ukraine on its website, which lists the possibilities of humanitarian aid, including more detailed information and links. The faculty management offers all employees and students who would like to contribute to the material collection in Pardubice that every weekday from 8.00 am to 3.00 pm they can bring all the material to the dean's office of the faculty,...
  INVITATION to the 16th session of the Academic Senate of the University of Pardubice in the term of office 2020 – 2023, to be held on Tuesday 15 March 2022 from 2 PM in the meeting room of the Rectorate, Studentská 95 (4th floor) Programme: 1. Approval of scrutineers. 2. Approval of the programme. 3. Information about the activities of the Board of Academic Senate of the University of Pardubice. 4. Prior approval of...
Dear Ukrainian Students the University of Pardubice offers you: - to join our international students in English taught courses for summer semestr 21/22 (March - June 2022) - check the list here below. - to follow a standard degree study programme (relevant to your previous study) in academic year 22/23 UPCE offers accommodation in Halls of Residence for limited number of students. For more details and instructions please contact us at ...
Dear colleagues, Dear students, Management of the Faculty of Economics and Administration strictly denounces the Russian attack on Ukraine and joins the calls of the developed world to stop the war. We see Ukraine as an independent and sovereign state whose territory should not be controlled by anyone else than the people of Ukraine. This unprovoked attack undermines the foundations of international law, as well as the European and world order, which is the cornerstone of the existence...
The management of the University of Pardubice is concerned about the current situation in Ukraine.   The management of the University and all the deans of its seven faculties support the territorial integrity and sovereignty of Ukraine in accordance with the Charter of the United Nations. “The escalation of tensions on the Ukrainian-Russian border is more than disturbing. The values of democracy must be respected, as must be the principles of the UN Charter. At the...
The management of the University of Pardubice denounces the unprecedented Russian invasion that shows no respect for the principles of democracy and fundamental values of the European Union in the 21st century. The University of Pardubice will support its students from Ukraine both symbolically and specifically. In protest against this military aggression, it has also decided to terminate the cooperation agreements with Russian universities. The University of Pardubice will terminate...
Rector's statement 03. 03. 2022
In the shadow of the war in Ukraine, young people across continents are studying at the University of Pardubice. We support our students in their studies and activities and appreciate that they have chosen our university for their future personal development. At this time, I would like to ask all students, teachers, and academics, regardless of their nationality, to respect our country's democratic values and attitude towards this war conflict. I also ask everyone to maintain such a...