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What university students imagine when they hear Erasmus is a semester spent at a university abroad, travelling around the country and meeting new people. This is what the students of the University of Pardubice hoped to do when they went on their Erasmus stays in January, having no idea at that time how coronavirus would interfere with their plans. “No way did I imagine a semester like that. When I went to Greece, coronavirus was already on the agenda, but I did not imagine an outcome...
A team led by Professor Michal Holčapek of the Department of Analytical Chemistry of the Faculty of Chemical Technology is trying to detect the pancreatic cancer at its early stage, and introduce a method which will make the lives of hundred thousands of patients easier. Michaela Chocholoušková, a PhD candidate, who is currently gaining professional experience in Singapore, is also a member of his team. She is trying to develop a procedure for verifying the quality of the biological samples...
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She swims regularly, learns German, and spends two hours a week as a volunteer working with children whose life situation is no bed of roses. A student from Beroun, Kristýna Škopová, gets motivated for all these activities by the DofE programme created in Great Britain. If she holds, she will receive an award after six months, which may open the way to other goals. In fact, she will receive the Duke of Edinburgh International Award. “I’ve found myself in a strange city where I don't know...
This academic year, several hundred foreign students from Europe, Asia, Africa and South America came to the University and its seven faculties. "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. So there are several foreign languages that can be heard on the campus. At the beginning of the winter semester, 566 foreigners were...