Masaryk university in Brno in the Czech Republic plans to establish a private business college that would offer a new model of education closely connected to real life in the private sector. The students would spent two days at school and three days at work. Masaryk university is working on the concept in cooperation with the Regional Economic Chamber in Brno and local businesses. The new university will offer bachelor degree studies in cyber safety, IT and foreign trade and other fields where the country is running low on skilled labor. The college should start operation in 2017.
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