The university of South Bohemia is undoubtedly the most trusted and renowned college institute in South Bohemia. I attended a pedagogical faculty, an old-fashioned building with even older equipment, but which was constantly undergoing renovations and renovations, so I can not say that the university was not trying. On the other hand, the Faculty of Philosophy, the newest building of the University of South Bohemia, is a modern highlight both from the outside and from the inside and its equipment can compete with the Czech universities of renowned names. The problem, in my opinion, is set in the area of quality of teaching and especially of teachers. After the rhetoric with the Rectorate and the Dean of the University of South Bohemia, many capacities have been abandoned to other universities, and these capacities have been replaced by many times only with teachers with a still warm Master´s degree. Overall, the quality of teaching is much lower compared to, for example, MU. I do not know whether it is a lack of professors, true masters in their field, or the financial possibilities of the institute, but if I compare the final student of the JČU and for example a UK student of the same discipline, the student of JČU will rather seem to him as a well-informed laic. The saddest thing about the whole situation is that it still holds that JČU is the best college in South Bohemia.View more
Even though I am attending the university for half a year, I can tell apart what is good and what is not. For example, there are plenty of professors, who are really interested in their own subject and they can make you like it and even being curious about it. On the other hand, I already have an experience with two professors whose attitude isn´t really good. Hopefully, these are the only professors who are really bad at their job.
The university is actually really good. Relationship with other professors is on a good level. The cafeteria isn´t that far from the university and if you need to get to a lesson which holds a place somewhere else, public transport in the city works very well.View more
First of all, I would like to say, that every student in here has many opportunities, such as learning new languages, doing sports, arts and so on… You can also travel abroad, as an Erasmus student, or as me – for a wellness course, where you exercise and have a fun for a week. 🙂 I have to say, that I have met here many amazing and true teachers, who were really helpful, empathic, and helped me with my problems more than once. Otherwise, I have also met here few teachers, who did not teach very well, sometimes were almost unfair. I am going to be a teacher, so for me, it is twice as more important how teachers, who teache me, act and behave. Some days it happens to me, that te teachers are just the opposite of what I picture as an ideal teacher. However, I like to see things more from the optimistic side, so I am overall happy to study at this beautiful and quality university in a gorgeous city of České Budějovice.View more