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Czech Technical University in Prague will present its modernised exhibition at the XXIX European Fair of Post-Secondary and Lifelong Learning Gaudeamus in Brno from 31 October to 3 November.

CTU in Prague is a traditional participant of all Gaudeamus fairs organised in Brno, Prague and Bratislava and its exhibitions are regularly awarded - at the last fair in Prague, CTU won the 1st place prize and in Brno the 2nd place prize.

The exhibits of Czech Technical University are traditionally a great attraction. For example, the Van de Graaff generator, a water canal from the Tokyo Olympics, a working model of a newborn baby and many other interesting things that are part of the teaching process will be on display in Brno. There will also be various presentations and the popular chill out zone. Arriving students will certainly be interested in one novelty - the opportunity to express their relationship to CTU by legally spraying and writing on the wall within the exhibition.

At the CTU stand in Hall V, high school students will get information directly from representatives and students of all eight faculties (Civil Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, Architecture, Transportation Sciences, Biomedical Engineering and Information Technology), the Masaryk Institute of Advanced Studies and two support organisations belonging to the CTU Rectorate, ELSA (Centre for Support of Students with Specific Needs) and CIPS (Centre for Information and Counselling Services).

The Gaudeamus fair in Brno will offer its visitors stands of 342 universities, colleges, faculties, higher vocational schools and other educational institutions, so students will be able to choose from more than 10,000 fields of study. Universities and colleges from thirteen countries will be represented at the fair - Denmark, Great Britain, Slovakia, the Netherlands, Lithuania, Germany, Ireland, France, Belgium, Finland, Malta, the United Arab Emirates and Spain. The aim of the fair is to provide secondary school students with comprehensive information and advice to provide maximum support for their key life decision, which is without doubt the choice to study after graduation. The fair is particularly exceptional for the wide range of accompanying programmes, information resources and advice that students can use when making their choice of university. Visitors to the fair will find all the accompanying programmes directly in Hall V and they are completely free of charge.

Contact person: 
Adriana Rajmová