14 February 2002 PRAGUE, 13 February (Hospodarske noviny)–The costs of higher education in the Czech Republic have basically doubled through the 1990s. Today, Czech students must pay about CZK 200,000 crowns [$5,500] for a five-year higher education, according to Czech College Council chairman Frantisek Jezek. The budgets of Czech students have been particularly hard hit […]

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