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Vice-Rector of University of Economics visited Baku

A number of Universities and high schools in the Czech Republic are attended by students from Azerbaijan who have  found here a good education at a reasonable price.

In addition, they have also been tempted by possibility to study at Universities without a tuition fee if they are able to take entrance exams in the Czech language.

Czech schools have not prevented the influx of foreign students, but on the contrary, they have been endeavoring to intensify their coming. One of the schools where the most foreign students have studied from the post-Soviet area is the University of Economics in Prague. It is no wonder, therefore, that the Vice-rector of this school, Jakub Fischer, accompanied by his father, a prominent person in the field of statistics, Jan Fischer, visited Baku to introduce not only the school, but also the new program "Master of Statistics" prepared by the University for those who are interested in this science.

During his stay in Baku, the "statistical tandem" visited the State Statistical Committee of Azerbaijan, where he met his chairman Tahir Budagov. This visit was followed by a meeting with Vice-rector of Azerbaijan diplomatic academy  Fariz Ismailzade. The negotiation with the Rector of Azerbaijan State University of Economics, Adalat Muradov and Dean of the  Faculty of Economics of the State Baku University, Zeynal Hasanaliyev, was  accompanied by two lectures for the students of both universities.

The presentation delivered by both experts was followed by a lively discussion which indicated not only interest in the statistics but also  in possibility to study in the Czech Republic.