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Presentation of Czech Universities in Delhi

Date: 21 April 2017 - 24 April 2017, Venue: New Delhi

The largest Delhi higher education fair "UNIAGENTS EDUCATION SUMMIT" was held in the hotel Leela Ambience from 21-24 April 2017, Delhi. Czech Republic was the marketing partner country.

Uniagents Summit

Presentation of Czech Higher Education in cooperation with the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Delhi led by the head of the The Centre for International Cooperation in Education (DZS) Rudolf Šindelářem.


Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi Manish Sisodia felicitates Milan Hovorka, Ambassador of the Czech Republic in India.


At the opening ceremony, Milan Hovorka, Ambassador was one of the main speakers.


During his speech, Czech Ambassador recalled Charles University the oldest university in the Czech Republic founded in 1348 offers a great range of study programmes in Hindi and other Indian languages. Likewise, since 1971 University of Delhi adopted the approach to respect of the knowledge and understanding of Czech language and culture.


Stand "Study in the Czech Republic" showcased a variety of information material and brochures of various Czech universities and colleges presented by the Czech Embassy in New Delhi.


 Czech College, Prague is acclaimed for providing the best education in management studies and technology was the marketing material partner at UNIAGENTS annual summit.


The fair was drafted in several intellectual segments, meetings with representatives of the Indian universities.


On Sunday 23 April 2017 was for students who are interested for study abroad. We have witnessed several thousand people interested to know more about the education system in Czech Republic. 




Sponsor welcome Czech College of applied business, NEWTON College active in Brno and Prague. He led a delegation to India this school Rector Prof. John Moses.


NEWTON College had its booth right next to the prestigious Indian Amity University


Interest in the Czech Republic was huge.


Lubomir Majerníka from the Ministry of Czech Republic did a small informative presentation on Czech Higher Education System and emphasized on all fair possibilities, offers, reasons to choose Czech Republic for study. This session was attended by the Ambassador of the Czech Republic Milan Hovorka.


Representatives of several media recorded interview with Ambassador Milan Hovorka. 


Ambassador Milan Hovorka thanks all who have contributed to the success of the whole event, which undoubtedly increased awareness about the Czech Republic in India.