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Posláním Centra je shromažďovat, analyzovat, porovnávat a šířit informace o vysokém školství a výzkumné činnosti.
One of the main tasks of the CSSA is to collect and enforce payable social security premiums, which includes pension insurance, sickness insurance and a contribution to the state employment policy. The CSSA takes decisions on pension benefits (except pensions within the responsibility of the Interior, Defence and Justice Ministry) and arranges to pay them. These include old-age pensions or disability pensions, widows’ and widowers’ pensions and orphans’ pensions. The CSSA also takes decisions on sickness benefits in cash (sickness benefits, maternity cash benefits, compensatory pregnancy and maternity benefits and also allowances for care of a family member) and arranges for them to be paid. The CSSA also includes the Medical Assessment Service which assesses the health condition and work ability of citizens for the purposes of sickness and pension insurance, state social support and long-term care benefits. They also check the assessment of temporary work inability made by treating physicians. In accordance with Regulation (ECC) No. 883/04 and 987/09 on the coordination of social security systems, the CSSA is the liaison body and competent institution for cash sickness benefits and maternity benefits, pensions and determining the applicable legislation. The CSSA also makes sure bilateral agreements on social security falling under the scope of its activities are implemented.
The Institute for Language and Preparatory Studies, Charles University in Prague offers a large selection of Czech courses at varying levels of difficulty and intensity. We cater for both those interested in intensive daily courses of varying length (year-long/semester/six-week), as well as those who prefer less intensive courses. For students who are unable to attend lesson, we offer language courses via the internet.
The Information Publication for Foreigners in the Czech Republic provides an overview of the basic information on the Czech Republic. It aims to help foreigners coming primarily from outside the EU countries to get better understanding of common life situations, which they may encounter within the process of integration into the Czech society. Apart from the basic information on the Czech Republic, the Publication informs about the structure and functioning of the public administration dealing with emergency situations, education system, healthcare and social security, employment, residence, transport and other issues. Moreover, it should serve as a comprehensible and practical guide, which refers to more detailed information sources in case of further interest in a given field. The information contained in the Publication refers to conditions applicable as of 1. 1. 2011 if not stated otherwise.
In the Czech Republic, schools are administered in the frame of general administration. The responsibility is distributed among the central government, regions and communities. The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports preserves and determines the integrated state educational policy. Regions are responsible for education on their territory. They are organising bodies for upper secondary and tertiary professional schools. The communities are responsible for pre-primary education and compulsory schooling. All schools have the status of legal entities. Public higher education institutions are established by law.
A historic jewel at the heart of Europe, the Czech Republic packs a sizeable punch for a small country; from its fairytale castles and medieval towns, to elegant spa resorts and scenic national parks. This is also the birthplace of some of the world's finest beer.
The Czech Republic’s capital is the culture-filled Prague, whose imposing castle is the centre piece. Easy daytrips from Prague include the spa resort of Karlovy Vary, Karlštejn and Konopiště castles, and the historic towns of Mělník and Kutná Hora.
The Czech Republic is peppered with fascinating UNESCO World Heritage sites, including the picture-postcard town of Český Krumlov, and the Renaissance architecture of Telč.
For natural beauty, try Šumava National Park, the weird and wonderful rock pinnacles of the Adršpach-Teplice Rocks, and the spectacular caves and underground rivers of the Moravian Karst. The rich agricultural area of Moravia in the eastern half of the country offers rolling ranges of wooded hills and vineyards.
Informace o trvalém nebo dočasném pobytu pro cizince a jejich rodiné příslušníky v ČR.
Web site Home in the Czech Republic is a practical instrument for integration of foreigners in the Czech Republic. The intention of the web site is to increase availability of information among foreign nationals (especially from third countries), who stay legally in the Czech Republic.
EURES napomáhá pracovníkům překračovat hranice
Evropské služby zaměstnanosti (angl. European Employment Services - EURES) tvoří síť, jejímž cílem je usnadnit volný pohyb pracovních sil v rámci Evropského hospodářského prostoru a Švýcarska. Mezi partnery sdružené v této síti patří veřejné služby zaměstnanosti, odborové svazy a organizace zaměstnavatelů. Celou síť koordinuje Evropská komise.
The Eurydice Network provides information on and analyses of European education systems and policies.
Guide to the Healthcare System in the Czech Republic.
Act No. 326 of November 30th, 1999 on Residence of Aliens in the Territory of the Czech Republic and Amendment to Some Acts.
The Ministry of Finance is the central government body responsible for the State Budget, the State Final Account, the Treasury of the Czech Republic, the financial markets, taxes, customs duties and fees, the financial economy, financial supervision, accounting, audit and tax consultancy, foreign-exchange policy including bills payable to and claims on foreign countries, the protection of foreign investment, regulation of lotteries and similar games, activities with state property, the privatization of state property, insurance companies, retirement funds, prices, and activities against the legalization of revenues from illegal activities.
Official website of the Czech MLSA (Ministerstvo práce a sociálních věcí) where you can find useful information concerning employment policy, social policy, migration of workers and legislation in the field of labour law, social, sickness, health and pension insurance.
Ministerstvo školství, mládeže a tělovýchovy je ústředním orgánem státní správy pro veškerá školská zařízení, pro vědní politiku, výzkum a vývoj, včetně mezinárodní spolupráce v této oblasti, a pro vědecké hodnosti, pro státní péči o děti, mládež, tělesnou výchovu a sport.
The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MEYS, MŠMT in Czech) is responsible for public administration in education, for developing educational, youth and sport policies and international cooperation in these fields.
Zákon o předškolním, základním, středním, vyšším odborném a jiném vzdělávání (školský zákon).
Official site for the Czech Republic administrated by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic.
Podmínky vstupu a pobytu cizinců na území ČR upravuje Nařízení Evropského parlamentu a Rady (ES) č. 810/2009 ze dne 13. července 2009 o kodexu Společenství o vízech (vízový kodex) a zákon č. 326/1999 Sb., o pobytu cizinců na území České republiky, ve znění pozdější předpisů (dále jen „cizinecký zákon“).
Electronic gateway for the public to administration and government services in the Czech Republic. The aim of this portal is to help citizens in finding information and communicating with public administrative authorities.
Oficiální stránka agentury Czech Tourism.