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    Who are you? Where are you from? How long have you been in the Czech Republic and at the University of Pardubice... My name is Mehran Sajad, I’m from Iran and it’s my second year here.   Tell us more about your studies? I’m a Ph.D student at the Faculty of Chemical Technology. I’m working on catalysis for producing valuable compounds from natural gas.   Is this your first study experience abroad? I was told that an Iranian...
Moving to another country for work is an exciting chapter of your life but it might be also a challenging experience. So the Department of International Affairs decided to launch a new Introductory Seminar for incoming international employees to help them to smoothly transition to the University of Pardubice and become more familiar with life in Pardubice and the Czech Republic. . The very first session was held on the 21st November 2018! 4 colleagues from India, Russia, South...
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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...
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...
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...
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...
Twenty two students participated in the "European Studies and Governance" summer school, experienced life in the Czech Republic and made new friends from across the world. The programme ran from July 8th to August 7th, 2018 and was hosted by the University's main campus in Pardubice and its satelite campus in Litomyšl.  While the spring semester students were about to finish their summer semester and were getting ready for the summer break, twenty two students from across...
Anyone who visited Kutná Hora in mid-April and mid-May could discover Serbian literature and history and attend interesting lectures delivered by Czech and Serbian experts. “I see the Belgrade Days as a very positive achievement. It is not only about lectures. Such meetings should also motivate our students to take active part in international exchange programmes,” says Dr. Ivo Říha of the Department of Literary Culture and Slavonic Studies of the Faculty of Arts and Philosophy of the...

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