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Coronavirus has shaken not only health care services, but even more economics. It will keep dropping for several months to come. And the government is facing many decisions that will be important for the functioning of the state. "Our economy has one huge advantage over many other market economies in the world. We can afford to increase the indebtedness because it is relatively low," says economist Jan Černohorský of the Faculty of Economics and Administration, University of Pardubice....
British ambassador Nicholas Stewart Archer visited the University of Pardubice for the second time this past year. He met with the management of the University of Pardubice at the end of February, and discussed education and Brexit with students in Pardubice.  Did you spend a part of your studies abroad? …at another university? What are the benefits of such a student exchange? Well I never went to another university. I did a couple of language breaks in Berlin as I was doing...
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In 1989, Jiří Málek was 30 years old and went to Spain on a research stay. Therefore, he could only follow the 1989 events from abroad. He learnt from the press what was going on not only in Czechoslovakia. “No one knew what the outcome would be. But I would rely on young people even today,” says Jiří Málek, the Rector of the University of Pardubice. Can you recall what you were actually doing on Friday 17 November? Quite exactly. As a researcher at the Institute of Chemical...
On 3 December 2019, Doc. Ing. Tomáš Syrový, Ph.D. from the Department of Graphic Arts and Photophysics, Faculty of Chemical Technology, University of Pardubice was awarded in the 9th annual “Visionary 2019” national competition. He received the award with the Vice-Dean for Science and Creative Activity Professor Libor Čapek from the Head of KB EU Point and managing director of KB Advisory Mr. Jan Hanuš. This prize is annually awarded to individuals or teams who present a significant...
On Wednesday, November 27, 2019, prizes for achievements in higher education, science and research for 2019 were awarded in the representative premises of the Senate of the Parliament of the Czech Republic from the hands of Minister Robert Plaga and Deputy Minister for science, research and higher education Pavel Doleček. These prizes were awarded to outstanding students of Bachelor’s, Master’s and doctoral degree programmes, top scientists and this year also excellent university teachers...
The University of Pardubice has received a gift of 100 books from H.E. Mrs. Narinder Chauhan, Ambassador of the Republic of India to the Czech Republic. During her visit, the Ambassador met Indian students and received the University Medal from Jiří Málek, Rector. This summer semester the University has received 500 foreign students from 68 countries, with 16 students coming from India. “For the life of a modern and prestigious university it is necessary to establish ties between...
Nicholas Stewart Archer, Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Czech Republic, has met with the management of the University of Pardubice today to discuss the cooperation between Czech and UK scientists. His programme also included visits to the nanotechnology, electrical engineering and transportation departments, as well as planting an oak in the new university park. “The scientific cooperation between the Czech Republic and the UK has been very active. More than a thousand British and Czech...