1st February 2024

The Czech Republic ranks 15th out of 27 in the EU for quality of education and research

The Czech Republic remains average in the quality of education and research. The biggest problem is the lack of university graduates.
Only four EU countries have a lower proportion of young university graduates, according to the Prosperity and Financial Health Index. This is also the reason why the Czech Republic falls just below average in the European comparison of the quality of education and research. Although the country is investing in science and education and boasts quality universities, innovation potential is declining and adult participation in education is not staggering. Hope for improving the environment for science and education may lie in expanding cooperation between the business and university sectors.

More information here (in Czech langueage only).

Author: Česká spořitelna

Members of the American Chamber of Commerce in the Czech Republic