Talk:Czech Technical University in Prague
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This reads as though it was entered by the CVUT Public Relations team. A review of the phrasing by people positioned to offer information in a more impartial manner would prove useful. Alternately, someone with the linguistic experience translating the Czech version of the article could be a positive contribution to the knowledge base.
Unlike in the common English terminology, the term technical is meant to represent related to technology. It is a direct translation of the Czech word Technické or German Technische. The proper English name should be perhaps The Czech University of Technology.
(by User:Adam J. Sporka, moved from article here)
- The english version of university website used "Czech Technical University in Prague"  consistently. Pavel Vozenilek 19:05, 18 September 2005 (UTC)
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Before the merger, , this article seems to have been clear. Unless contributors propose a new article in original language in the temporary space provided, I believe that the only viable solution here is to restore that version and allow the article to develop from that clean point. (If this is the procedure followed, the history of Czech Technical University Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering will also need to be deleted.) --Moonriddengirl (talk) 15:09, 19 November 2009 (UTC)
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In 1707 there weren't University of technology
The Czech Technical University in Prague was not part of higher education in the 18th century, because the grammar school/secondary school was not requirement for pupils to enter this school. The first real higher education (Academy) of institute of technology was founded in Selmecbánya in 1735. To enter this academy the secondary school was basic requirements. The world's first University of technology was BME in Hungary. It produced the first so-called university degree.