I will pass tests in dentistry and the system Health Czech Republic. The group, which we are engaged, a small – only eight students, all doctors. Therefore, lessons may even be called the individual: we are all sitting around a big table together with the teacher. Now we go to classes in dentistry at the Institute of Postgraduate Education, where we give lectures on all areas and subjects that we studied in college. It is difficult, of course, have hearing the Czech language, but mostly everything is understandable. In addition, we have attended a course on the health care system for the Czech Republic up to the second test.
The course lasted two days, but we've been given answers to test questions, so I highly recommend it. To be honest, our whole group expects that the tests will be in Russian and therefore pass their will be no problem. Czech courses are at the heart of Prague, so get there quite comfortably. Courses I visit every day, except weekend, and it takes all morning. Does not get a penny because free time there after lunch, but still the weekend turned out a few times to take the so-called 'Brigade' for several hours. Documentation to confirm the degree I would send in Prague in advance, so my nostrification was ready almost immediately. Other students submitted documents later, some of them have been waiting for the result. But in the end to the application of The Ministry of Health confirmed nostrification got everything, only one student demanded more help from another university, where she studied.
Have questions about the nostrification we spoke to manager Education, who served as our documents on nostrification and in college. In addition nostrification were several moments where it was hard to handle himself because of ignorance of the language and rules – such as collecting different information and evidence to apply for approval, but helped us throughout the representatives 'Go study group sro'. In addition, we are now actively engaged in the practice of choice. This, of course, quite a difficult moment, because our knowledge of the Czech still not enough to negotiate with hospitals. Therefore, we practice is looking for a pan Urban. Now there is a choice to work at the regional hospital, located not in Prague, with the possibility of receiving wages, or free practice, but in Prague, in the hospital 'at Motol'. While I was still undecided, but leaning toward Prague, as here, I rented an apartment and going to work after approval. I already am negotiating with a private dental clinic. " Suitcase education abroad