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NEWTON College is one step ahead of other universities and provides students with an advantage over their entrepreneurial peers.
We are the only university-level school in the Czech Republic to offer multiple levels of education. Apart from the accredited university programs (Bc./BBA, Mgr., MBA), we offer our students and the public the chance to participate in managerial courses, pieces of training and additional educational programs under the NEWTON Academy brand and individual lessons lead by well-known personalities within both the business environment and the college such as the Vice-Governor of the Czech National Bank, prof. Vladimír Tomšík and many others.
All our programs have the same core of subjects – Economics, Management, and Psychology. In our opinion, this is the best mix for every modern manager. The programs combine theoretical instruction with practical seminars and managerial training. Particular emphasis is put on developing the mindset of an accurate and useful manager and entrepreneur. Theoretical courses are carefully matched with practical projects from the business world. Students are taught by respected professionals from the private sector or government, such as the Vice-President of the Czech National Bank.
Practical internship in partner companies and institutions are an integral part of NEWTON College studies. From the first year of study, we offer our students various forms of cooperation with selected companies and participation in exciting projects.
Along with the academic degree, NEWTON College students obtain the Certificate of Practical Internship, which becomes a part of their professional profile and provides them with an advantage over their peers from other universities when they enter the labor market.
The school inspires and motivates students to reach up for their goals, seek new perspectives, and new ways of solving problems. It also teaches how to develop creativity and critical thinking. Students who complete their studies also receive a certificate confirming completion of practical internships and management training. These certificates provide a significant advantage in the labor market over our graduates' peers from other colleges.
NEWTON College is not a large scale school. Here, no one is just a number on a list. Each student is an individual, and the staff at the college respects that and reflects it in its approach towards the students.
The faculty of NEWTON College includes, for example, Vice-Governor of Czech National Bank prof. Vladimír Tomšík, one of the best Czech coaches Ing. Milan Bobek, MSc. And many others. The school also frequently invites well-known members of the Czech business and management environment.
NEWTON College closely cooperates with its students, thus having the opportunity to be involved in directing the school and be part of the school's changes.NEWTON College is not about memorizing facts and definitions without the need to understand the root of things. All presented knowledge and acquired skills are immediately applicable in everyday life.
During the studies, you can get a lot of valuable contacts, e.g., classmates, teachers, and prominent people in the Czech business environment. The quality of a school reflects best in the quality of its graduates. NEWTON College, therefore, strives to motivate its students with valuable merit scholarships.
The Czech Republic – Land of Stories. The Czech Republic is in the heart of Europe; therefore, it is an excellent starting location for further traveling. It is also the sixth safest country in the world. It is good food and beer, beautiful architecture and very kind people are famous. Could you choose a better place to study?
The capital of the Czech Republic is one of the most beautiful cities in the world – Prague, the City of a Hundred Spires, a UNESCO monument. Please get to know it in person!The cost of living in the Czech Republic is relatively low compared with west European countries, and Prague is relatively inexpensive when it comes to European capital cities. The average cost of living for a student in the Czech Republic is approximately about 400 EUR (10,000 CZK) per month, but of course, it depends on your spending habits. This includes accommodation, food, and transport. Prices may vary according to your location.
The Czech Republic has a long tradition of high-quality education. The first Czech university, Charles University in Prague, was founded in 1348 as the first university in Central Europe. The Czech study system is also compatible with the ECTS (European Credit Transfer System), so the credits you receive for the courses you pass are transferrable to other European universities.
Many international companies have their subsidiaries and offices in the Czech Republic so you won't have to worry about being unemployed after finishing your studies. Many companies also offer internships for students, which would be a significant career boost! It's also widespread for international students to offer language lessons of their mother tongue, which can be a handy source of side income.
As a student, we are sure you'll appreciate the Czech beer and especially the low prices in bars and restaurants. Other prices, for instance, for public transport, accommodation or food, are also cheap while their quality is comparable to other European countries.

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