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Kampus Hybernská has over the years grown to be a major focal point for Charles University events and Monday, which saw the launch of the new academic year, was no different. Attendees included not just students but also teachers and management.

What do the Universities of Copenhagen and Utrecht have in common? In a nutshell, they make data-driven decisions even in communication and have successfully changed their visual identity in recent years. Pavla Hubálková found out more.

Every three years, Ireland's most prestigious university, Trinity College Dublin, advances its strategy for communications and PR on and off campus. The slogan of the PR department’s latest approach us Unity in Diversity.

Seventy languages are taught at the Faculty of Arts of Charles University. This is unique not only here, but also in Europe. Students from other disciplines can study Finnish or Hungarian and boost their chances of finding a job using their language skills.

Science communication – raising  awareness and understanding among the general public, while capturing the thrill of successful science – is something of an art. It isn’t always easy to communicate effectively. But British experts agree, it is essential and it's important to get it right.