The University of Pardubice has confirmed that the number of applications for Bachelor studies have dropped in recent years. While in 2012, the university received more than 8,100 applications the number dropped to around 5,200 this year, representing a 36 percent decrease.The news was confirmed by the university's spokeswoman. She credited lower state support as having a partial impact. The highest interest in studies at the University of Pardubice are in business areas, including management and public finance, the Czech News Agency reported.
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