What new things we will find?

This year’s Fair in Brno will focus on communication with teachers and education advisors, who play a key role in helping students to find their future study. There will be a specialized program of lectures and workshops for teachers and education advisors. Speakers will be various specialists from participating universities and the Ministry of education.

For students, there will be a new mobile app “Gaudeamus Guide”, which will greatly enhance their fair experience.

How would you encourage the students and the visitors for don’t miss it?

The Gaudeamus Fair is a unique opportunity for every student seeking a university or college study. The fair provides complex information about study opportunities in the Czech Republic and abroad in one place. There is also a wide range of advisory services to help even the most indecisive students with their choice.

There are a lot of different exhibitors, could you give them some tips?

I would definitely recommend stopping by the Czech University of technology booth, offering many interesting activities for students and a chance to try out a state of the art flight simulator. The Brno University of technology will offer a test drive of a student-built race car.

At the University of defence booth, you can take part in the demonstration of an anti-terrorist raid by a special forces unit and when you get tired, you can grab an ice-cream made with liquid nitrogen at the Institute of the chemical technology booth.

Lastly, can you give us some participation results from the last edition?

  • 215 exhibitors participated in last year’s fair in Brno, 66 of them were from abroad. Exhibitors came from 11 countries. The most represented were the United Kingdom and Denmark.
  • 28,175 students came to see the fair during the four days. There were a record-breaking 10 706 students visiting the lecture program.
  • The fair in 2015 was the biggest in its 22-year history.