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Thea Baum

  

Thea Baum came to the UCT Prague to study Science and Biotechnology Master program. She graduated in 2015 and then she started looking for a job, which, she says, was relatively easy after pursuing her degree at the UCT Prague.

 

Thea, where are you working currently?

In PharmInvent. I work as a Scientific and Regulatory Specialist in Pharmaceuticals Regulatory Affairs sector.

 

That sounds interesting, how did you get this job?

Well, it was relatively easy to find a job after my graduation...

 

→ whole interview

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Ernesto Lopez Morales

 

Ernesto Lopez Morales is a likeable Mexican guy, currently living in Canada. It has been 8 years since he completed his degree in Food Preservation and Meat Technology at the UCT (in 2009) and we were curious how he looks back at his studies in Prague after such a long time.

 

How did you enjoy your study in Czech Republic?

It was an amazing experience. Study abroad is completely different from studying in your own country...

 

→ whole interview

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Naveen Kumar Sathu

  

Naveen Kumar Sathu completed his Ph. D. studies at UCT in 2012. Currently, he works as a scientist in the SABIC Research & Technology. How does he think back of his studies at UCT? How did it contribute to get his dream job at SABIC R&D? Here are some of the questions we asked him in our interview.

 

What did you like about UCT?

I really enjoyed the open culture. Everybody was very friendly, both students and professors. You could feel the support and the encouragement from the faculty and other students...

 

→ whole interview

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Welcome to the World of Modern Chemistry

The University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague (UCT Prague) is the largest educational institution of its kind in Central Europe with a tradition spanning almost two centuries. With progressive fields of study and a prestigious international reputation, UCT Prague provides every student with education in advanced technologies and excellent preparation for lucrative careers worldwide.

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The University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague: Past and Present

UCT Prague is a public higher education university pursuing scientific, research, development, and implementation activities. It is a member of the family of 28 public and state universities in the Czech Republic and is a member of EUA (the European University Association), FEANI (the European Federation of National Engineering Associations) and IGIP (International Society for Engineering Pedagogy). UCT Prague is known for the depth and breadth of its educational and research activities in almost all branches of chemistry, chemical engineering, food chemistry and technology, biochemistry, refining, water treatment, power and biological sciences and technologies, as well as environment protection, materials sciences, and other chemistry-based fields of study.

UCT Prague was founded in 1952 but its origins date back to 1807 when the first course in chemistry was delivered at Prague Polytechnic. Reorganization of the polytechnic in 1920 resulted in the transformation of the chemistry department into the School of Chemical Technology, one of the seven sections of the Czech Technical University.

UCT Prague has produced a number of outstanding alumni, including Professor Otto Wichterle, inventor of soft contact lenses in the 1950s, and Vladimír Prelog, a professor at ETH Zürich who won the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1975, graduated from the School of Chemical Technology in 1928. Prelog received his doctorate there  several years later. 

UCT Prague - A challenge that pays off

 

Notable Research

UCT Prague researchers were very successful within the European Community framework programme, HORIZON 2020, and are actively involved in developing many new research projects and collaborations.

Notable prior efforts include:

  • RECOBA, Assoc. Prof. Juraj Kosek, Cross-sectorial real-time sensing, advanced control and optimisation of batch processes saving energy and raw materials
  • PARTIAL-PGMs, Assoc. Prof. Petr Kočí, Development of novel, high Performance hybrid TWV/GPF Automotive afteR treatment systems by raTIonAL design: substitution of PGMs and Rare earth materials
  • SElySOs, Prof. Karel Bouzek, Development of new electrode materials and understanding of degradation mechanisms on Solid Oxide High Temperature Electrolysis Cells
  • SuPER-W, Prof. Pavel Jeníček, Assoc. Prof. Jan Bartáček, Sustainable Product, Energy and Resource Recovery from Wastewater
  • Food Quality Projects : FoodSmartphone, Smartphone analyzers for on-site testing of food quality and safety; MultiCoop, Multidisciplinary approach to strengthen cooperation and establish novel platform for comprehensive assessment of food and feed safety; AUTHENT-NET – Food Authenticity Research Network, Prof. Jana Hajšlová, Monika Tomaniová, PhD
  • Science education: SCICHALLENGE, Petr Holzhauser, MSc, Next generation science challenges using participatory techniques and digital media

Faculties 

UCT Prague (in addition to departments accomodating the needs of the entire university) has four faculties:

UCT Prague in Numbers

UCT Prague has 931 staff members (2016 Annual Report data), including 509 academic staff and 422 research staff. UCT Prague is accredited to provide three-year Bachelor (BSc) programmes, two-year Master (MSc/Ing.) programmes, and PhD programmes. Total enrollment at UCT Prague in 2016: 3,397 Bachelor and Master students and 792 PhD students (2016 Annual Report data).

Worldwide Cooperation and Collaboration

UCT Prague cooperates with more than 100 universities and institutions worldwide. The university is the most active Czech university participant in the Erasmus+ student exchange programme and has also participated in other programmes such as the 5th and 6th framework programme, COST, EUREKA, and Leonardo da Vinci.


Map: Cooperation with other institutions

Computing Facilities

UCT Prague maintains high standard computing facilities with a gigabit network. Computers are available to students, researchers, and professors in almost all of the several hundred laboratories and workrooms.

Library: ChemTK

UCT Prague operates the superbly equipped library, ChemTK, situated in the modern National Library of Technology (NTK) building. The ChemTK collection includes more than 100,000 books, handbooks, encyclopaedias, periodicals, and other publications. ChemTK subscribes to 300 professional periodicals and provides electronic access to scientific journals. Over 2,500 journals from prestigious scientific publishing houses are currently available in electronic format. ChemTK also provides access to SciFinder, the Chemical Abstracts Service, and other specialised resources (see full list of eResources) that enable research across scientific specialities.

The complete collections of Beilstein's Handbuch der organischen Chemie and Gmelin's Handbuch der anorganischen Chemie are also available in both print and electronic formats. Print editions are available in NTK's Rare Books and Special Collections reading room.

Central Laboratories

UCT Prague's Central Laboratories consist of eight laboratories:

  • Laboratory of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy
  • Laboratory of Infra-Red (IR) and Raman Spectroscopy
  • Laboratory of Mass Spectrometry (MS)
  • Laboratory of Organic Elemental Analysis
  • Laboratory of X-Ray Diffraction
  • Laboratory of Thermal-Gravimetric Analysis (TGA)
  • Laboratory of Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy (AAS) and Laboratory of Surface Analysis

The laboratories provide high-quality equipment for use by students, professors, and research staff members and are equipped with modern instrumentation. Laboratory personnel are experienced in routine as well as specialized experiments.  The laboratories are used for student projects, grant-funded research, and industrial applications. External customers (universities, private companies, and others) can also use the facilities.

Laboratory personnel also teach several courses, workshops, and other seminars for members of the UCT Prague community. The courses include practical techniques as well as methods for spectra interpretation.

  

 Stories of our successful alumni

 

American

Mexican

Indian

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Thea Baum

Ernesto Lopez Morales

Naveen Kumar Sathu

Thea Baum came to the UCT Prague to study Science and Biotechnology Master program. She graduated in 2015 and then she started looking for a job, which, she says, was relatively easy after pursuing her degree at the UCT Prague.

 

Thea, where are you working currently?

In PharmInvent. I work as a Scientific and Regulatory Specialist in Pharmaceuticals Regulatory Affairs sector.

 

That sounds interesting, how did you get this job?

Well, it was relatively easy to find a job after my graduation...

 

→ whole interview

Ernesto Lopez Morales is a likeable Mexican guy, currently living in Canada. It has been 8 years since he completed his degree in Food Preservation and Meat Technology at the UCT (in 2009) and we were curious how he looks back at his studies in Prague after such a long time.

 

How did you enjoy your study in Czech Republic?

It was an amazing experience. Study abroad is completely different from studying in your own country...

 

→ whole interview

Naveen Kumar Sathu completed his Ph. D. studies at UCT in 2012. Currently, he works as a scientist in the SABIC Research & Technology. How does he think back of his studies at UCT? How did it contribute to get his dream job at SABIC R&D? Here are some of the questions we asked him in our interview.

 

What did you like about UCT?

I really enjoyed the open culture. Everybody was very friendly, both students and professors. You could feel the support and the encouragement from the faculty and other students...

 

→ whole interview

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Someone can see chemistry to be too difficult, but those who talk about their life connected with chemistry have fallen in love with it. Sometimes it was love at first sight; sometimes it took awhile to find out that yes - this is the right path for life. Chemistry is the science which still keeps its secrets and even today offers a sweet reward of knowledge to everyone who wants to explore its secrets.

- Prof. Karel Melzoch, MSc, PhD, UCT Rector

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UCT Prague - A challenge that pays off

 

Prague: Central, Cultural, Historical

You will study in Prague, the splendid historical and cultural city in the middle of Europe.

Personalised Student Focus

Largest University in Central Europe Focused on Chemistry Technology

UCT Prague is the largest university focused on teaching of technical chemistry in Central Europe and belongs to the top universities in the Czech Republic.

We ensure international students at UCT will have an individual approach.

Competitive Tuition and Student Life

Our tuition fees are competitive - currently 45 000 CZK/academic year for degree programmes (no fee for Erasmus+). 

UCT Prague provides international students with accommodation in the UCT Halls of Residence located in the southern part of Prague for a reasonable price.

You can use the available student facilities, such as the Computing Centre, the UCT Prague Press, Respirium, Club Carbon, etc., for studying or just for relaxing and meeting with new friends.

High-Quality Degree, Recognised Internationally

You can go anywhere in the world with a UCT Prague degree. Career and future studies prospects for our graduates are excellent – your education will be recognized, wherever your future leads.

Hands-On Training

At UCT Prague, we believe in practical training, so you will spend a lot of time on your laboratory assignments - oftentimes taught by professors directly instead of other graduate students.

The top instrumentation used at UCT Prague allows students to become involved in a wide range of research projects.

Faculty-to-Student Ratio

Classes at UCT Prague have a small faculty-to-student ratio, one of the top-ranked in the Czech Republic.

In the Heart of the Prague Engineering Campus

UCT Prague's location is ideal; not only is it completely accessible from the city centre, but it is also close to the airport and is in the heart of the Prague engineering campus, home to (among other things) the reknowned National Library of Technology, so you will have chance to meet other students daily.

Additionally, several students canteens are nearby.

Degree Programmes across Faculties; Innovative Research

All degree programmes include instruction across the four primary UCT Faculties - Chemical Technology, Environmental Technology, Food and Biochemical Technology, and Chemical Engineering.

UCT Prague is known for its innovative research across these faculties:

Learn Czech

Of course, you have chance to study the Czech language at UCT. Do not believe what they say; it is not as difficult as its reputation.

 

 Stories of our successful alumni

  

American

Mexican

Indian

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foto_Ernesto (ořez 215*215px)

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Thea Baum

Ernesto Lopez Morales

Naveen Kumar Sathu

Thea Baum came to the UCT Prague to study Science and Biotechnology Master program. She graduated in 2015 and then she started looking for a job, which, she says, was relatively easy after pursuing her degree at the UCT Prague.

 

Thea, where are you working currently?

In PharmInvent. I work as a Scientific and Regulatory Specialist in Pharmaceuticals Regulatory Affairs sector.

 

That sounds interesting, how did you get this job?

Well, it was relatively easy to find a job after my graduation...

 

→ whole interview

Ernesto Lopez Morales is a likeable Mexican guy, currently living in Canada. It has been 8 years since he completed his degree in Food Preservation and Meat Technology at the UCT (in 2009) and we were curious how he looks back at his studies in Prague after such a long time.

 

How did you enjoy your study in Czech Republic?

It was an amazing experience. Study abroad is completely different from studying in your own country...

 

→ whole interview

Naveen Kumar Sathu completed his Ph. D. studies at UCT in 2012. Currently, he works as a scientist in the SABIC Research & Technology. How does he think back of his studies at UCT? How did it contribute to get his dream job at SABIC R&D? Here are some of the questions we asked him in our interview.

 

What did you like about UCT?

I really enjoyed the open culture. Everybody was very friendly, both students and professors. You could feel the support and the encouragement from the faculty and other students...

 

→ whole interview

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University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague

Technická 5
166 28 Praha 6 – Dejvice
IČO: 60461373
VAT: CZ60461373

Contacts

Department of International Relations (for students)

email: int@uct-prague.eu  

 

 Iva Žilíková

Head of Department

Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator
Iva Žilíková, MA 
email: Iva.Zilikova@vscht.cz
phone: +420 220 444 456

 Filip Faltejsek Outgoing students (Erasmus+, ATHENS, CEEPUS, AKTION)

Filip Faltejsek, BA

email: Filip.Faltejsek@vscht.cz 
phone: +420 220 444 309
 1802 (originál)

Incoming students (Erasmus+, free-mover)
Anna Eiflerová, MSc
email: anna.eiflerova@vscht.cz 

phone: +420 220 443 159

 Helena Pekárková Foreign Self-Supporting Degree Students,
Incoming students (freemover, Erasmus Mundus)

Helena Pekárková, MA 
email: Helena.Pekarkova@vscht.cz
phone: +420 220 443 158
 Šárka Zavadilová Foreign Business Trips
Šárka Zavadilová
email: Sarka.Zavadilova@vscht.cz
phone: +420 220 443 897

Office Hours for Erasmus+ Students

Pondělí (Monday) 13:30 – 15:30
Úterý (Tuesday) 13:30 – 15:30
Čtvrtek (Thursday) 9:30 – 11:00
Pátek (Friday) 9:30 – 11:00

 

Department of R&D (for researchers and industrial companies)

Head of the Department
Vice-Rector for Research and Development
Assoc. Prof. Pavel Kotrba, MSc, PhD
 pavel.kotrba@vscht.cz  
 (00420) 220 443 215

email: sci@ict-prague.eu

Iveta Pospisilova Czech projects, ESF, ERDF projects, IPR
Iveta Pospisilova, MSc
email: Iveta.Pospisilova@vscht.cz
phone: +420 220 443 232

Hana Štěpánková International Projects Consultant
project KOMPAS 
Hana Štěpánková, MSc 
b Hana.Stepankova@vscht.cz
e (+420) 220 443 210
Karolína Friessová International Projects Consultant
Norway fonds, project KOMPAS
Ing. Karolína Friessová, Ph.D.
b Karolina.Friessova@vscht.cz
e (+420) 220 443 210    
Hana Malichová Czech Funding Programmes
Hana Čadková, MSc
email: Hana.Malichova@vscht.cz
phone: +420 220 444 466 

Veronika Popová PhD Students
Mgr. Veronika Popová
email: Veronika.Popova@vscht.cz

How to Find Us 

The university is northwest of the Dejvická metro station, near Vítězné náměstí in Prague 6, and is housed in three buildings (see map below):

  • Building A - Technická 5
  • Building B - Technická 3
  • Building C - Studentská 6


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Melzoch

Rector

Prof. Karel Melzoch, MSc, PhD 
phone: (+420) 220 443 824 
email: Karel.Melzoch@vscht.cz


Secretary 
Ivana Tichánková 
email: Ivana.Tichankova@vscht.cz 
phone: (+420) 220 444 144 
fax: (+420) 220 445 018  


Chancellor  
Petra Kinzlová, M.A. 
email: Petra.Kinzlova@vscht.cz 
phone: (+420) 220 445 045

Bělohlav

Vice-Rector for Education

Prof. Zdeněk Bělohlav, MSc, PhD 
email: zdenek.belohlav@vscht.cz 
phone: (+420) 220 443 769


 Kotrba

Vice-Rector for Research and Development

Prof. Pavel Kotrba, MSc, PhD

email: pavel.kotrba@vscht.cz  
phone: (+420) 220 443 215 


 Pavel Matějka

Vice-Rector for External Relations and Communication

prof. Dr. RNDr. Pavel Matějka 
email: pavel.matejka@vscht.cz 
phone: (+420) 220 444 446


Pospíšil
Vice-Rector for Strategies and Development

Prof. Milan Pospíšil, MSc, PhD 
email: milan.pospisil@vscht.cz 
phone: (+420) 220 443 811


  • Computing Centre
  • Department of Development and Facilities
Chválná

Registrar

Ivana Chválná, MSc  
email: Ivana.Chvalna@vscht.cz 
phone: (+420) 220 443 162


Secretary 
Dagmar Kováčová 
email: Dagmar.Kovacova@vscht.cz 
phone: +420 220 443 161 
fax: +420 220 445 113

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2017 Application Deadline 31 March

 

Bachelor of Science (BSc) in English

Overview

  • Time to complete: Three years
  • Study programmes: Based on core courses embracing general subjects
  • Graduates are awarded the title Bachelor (equivalent to BSc)
  • Diploma Supplement issued in both the Czech and English languages is provided automatically and free of charge to every student upon graduation

    → Sub-programme: Chemistry and Technology

Master of Science (MSc) in English

Overview

  • Time to complete: Two years
  • Study programmes builds upon previous BSc, with core and specialized courses
  • Graduates are awarded the title Master of Science (inženýr/Ing. in Czech, equivalent to MSc).
  • Diploma Supplement issued in both the Czech and English languages is provided automatically and free of charge to every student upon graduation

→ Sub-programmes 

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PhD Programmes

UCT Prague has over 800 doctoral students, conducting esstential research work in all of its four faculties.

Doctoral students work closely with their advisors largely as scientific assistants, assisting research projects which concurrently teaching and completing any required coursework as well as writing and defending a dissertation about their research project.

Doctoral study programmes at the UCT Prague are carried out in a full-time form or a combination of full-time and distance learning, always on the basis of an individually scheduled study plan and checking study duties. The standard lenght of a doctoral study programme is four years according to current accreditation of the study program.

The University accepts PhD students on a rolling basis throughout the calendar year; it is essential when making your application for doctoral studies that you find an advisor who will guide you through the entire period of your PhD studies. 

⇒ List of All Doctoral Study Programmes in English

Faculties and Research 

Faculty of Chemical Technology (FCT)

Chemistry and Technology of Materials

  • Development of new metals, polymer, and ceramic materials
  • Biomaterials for medicinal use
  • Corrosion
  • Composite materials
  • Superconductors and materials for optoelectronics
  • Microanalytical methods and methods of analysis of structural and phase analysis of materials
  • Physical chemistry methods for solid materials surface modification
  • Chemical stability of materials of monuments
  • Solving problems in the polymorphism of substances.

Chemistry and Chemical Technology

  • Design and optimization of chemical and electrochemical reactors
  • Kinetics of catalyzed and non-catalyzed reactions
  • Preparation and characterization of novel catalysts
  • Modelling and simulation of chemical processes
  • Chemical processes waste treatment
  • Fine chemicals
  • Chemical and electrochemical synthesis of novel compounds
  • Development, optimization and theoretical study of pharmaceutical processes 

 

Faculty of Environmental Technology (FET)

Chemistry and Technology of Fuels

  • Development of analytical methods for detailed evaluation of the chemical composition and structure of coal, petroleum, petroleum fractions and of by-products obtained during their processing.
  • Ways to utilise and process high-boiling petroleum fractions and residues.
  • Determination of qualitative and quantitative parameters of natural gas.
  • Development of environment-friendly solid fuels for the household.
  • Research into corrosion inhibition and materials assessment.

Environmental Chemistry and Technology

  • Properties and utilisation of fuels and related ecological aspects.
    Lubricants, additives for lubricants, and biodegradable lubricants.
  • Catalytic and adsorption methods of waste gas treatment, reduction of emissions in the combustion of fossil fuels.
  • Development of coal-based adsorption materials.
  • Analysis of contaminants in the living environment, monitoring of emissions of volatile organic substances into the atmosphere.
  • Biotechnological ways of wastewater treatment and sludge processing.
  • Biodegradation of xenobiotics in the environment.
  • Hydrobiological and microbiological assessment of water quality.
  • Assurance of good-quality drinking water for the population (removal of nitrogenous substances and organic contaminants).
  • Water treatment and desalination and recycling of rare substances using ion exchangers.
  • Decontamination of soil polluted by industrial products.
  • Analysis of old-burden contaminants and monitoring of their changes and toxicity.
  • Solidification of industrial waste.

Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology (FFBT)

The Faculty is comprised of seven departments, each pursuing research in such areas as food chemistry, quality, safety and innovations, process engineering, biotechnology for food industry, environmental protection and therapeutic applications, molecular biology and biochemistry, chemistry of natural compounds, and organic synthesis. Numerous projects are interdisciplinary and take advantage from broad collaborations on national and international scale. 

Faculty of Chemical Engineering (FCE)

Research is divided into six main streams:

  • Chemical engineering; modelling and experimental verification of systems involving hydrodynamics, mass transfer and/or chemical reactions; dynamics of chemical and biological systems; chemical robotics
  • Measurement, analysis, modelling and control of processes and systems of chemical technology, biotechnology and bioengineering; information engineering; signal and image processing; computer vision and control engineering
  • Supply systems management of the food and chemical products: design, modelling and simulation; marketing, logistics and financial collaboration in supply chain management
  • Molecular modelling and simulation; structural, spectroscopic and thermodynamic properties of environmentally or biologically important substances and their complexes
  • Physical, physicochemical and chemical measurements and analyses; advanced separation techniques including chromatographic, electromigration and hyphenated techniques; physical and chemical sensors; molecular recognition
  • Biospectroscopy; atomic spectroscopy together with speciation analysis; molecular spectroscopy, including chiroptical methods; high resolution spectroscopy

Research and Development

Notable Research

UCT 

Prague researchers were very successful within the European Community framework programme, HORIZON 2020, and are actively involved in developing many new research projects and collaborations.

Notable prior efforts include:

  • RECOBA, Assoc. Prof. Juraj Kosek, Cross-sectorial real-time sensing, advanced control and optimisation of batch processes saving energy and raw materials
  • PARTIAL-PGMs, Assoc. Prof. Petr Kočí, Development of novel, high Performance hybrid TWV/GPF Automotive afteR treatment systems by raTIonAL design: substitution of PGMs and Rare earth materials
  • SElySOs, Prof. Karel Bouzek, Development of new electrode materials and understanding of degradation mechanisms on Solid Oxide High Temperature Electrolysis Cells
  • SuPER-W, Prof. Pavel Jeníček, Assoc. Prof. Jan Bartáček, Sustainable Product, Energy and Resource Recovery from Wastewater
  • FoodSmartphone, Prof. Jana Hajšlová, Monika Tomaniová, PhD, Smartphone analyzers for on-site testing of food quality and safety  
  • MultiCoop, Prof. Jana Hajšlová, Monika Tomaniová, PhD, Multidisciplinary approach to strengthen cooperation and establish novel platform for comprehensive assessment of food and feed safety
  • AUTHENT-NET, Prof. Jana Hajšlová, Monika Tomaniová, PhD, AUTHENT-NET – Food Authenticity Research Network
  • SCICHALLENGE, Petr Holzhauser, MSc, Next generation science challenges using participatory techniques and digital media
     

→ Department of Research and Development 

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In the Heart of Central Europe

The Czech Republic (in Czech: Česká republika), a landlocked country in Central Europe, has been a member of the European Union since May 1, 2004. The country borders with Poland to the north, Germany to the northwest and west, Austria to the south, and Slovakia to the east.

The historic city of Prague (in Czech: Praha), a major tourist attraction, is its capital and largest city with a metropolitan area population of over two million (just over one million within the city proper).

Other major cities include Brno, Ostrava, Zlín, Plzeň, Pardubice, Hradec Králové, České Budějovice, Liberec, Olomouc, and Ústí nad Labem.

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History

Early History

Archaeologists have found evidence of prehistoric human settlement in the area dating back to the Neolithic era. Migrations to the area in the classical era included the Celtic Boii (third century BC) and the Germanic Marcomanni and Quadi tribes (first century). During the Migration Period (ca. fifth century), many Germanic tribes moved westward and southward out of Central Europe. In an equally-significant migration, Slavic people from the Black Sea and Carpathian regions settled in the area (a movement that was also stimulated by the onslaught of peoples from Siberia and Eastern Europe: Huns, Avars, Bulgars, and Magyars). Following in the Germans' wake, they moved southward into Bohemia, Moravia, and parts of present day Austria.

During the seventh century, the Frankish merchant Samo, supporting the Slavs fighting their Avar rulers, became the monarch of the first known Slav state in Central Europe. The Moravian principality arose in the eighth century.

Middle Ages to the Twentieth Century

The Bohemian or Czech state emerged in the late ninth century when it was unified by the Přemyslids. The kingdom of Bohemia was a significant local power during the Middle Ages. It was part of the Holy Roman Empire during the entire existence of this confederation.

Religious conflicts such as the fifteenth century Hussite Wars and the seventeenth century Thirty Years' War had a devastating effect on the local population. From the sixteenth century onwards, Bohemia came increasingly under Habsburg control, since the Habsburgs became first the elected and then hereditary rulers of Bohemia. After the fall of the Holy Roman Empire, Bohemia became part of Austria-Hungary.

Twentieth Century and Beyond

Following the collapse of the Austro-Hungarian empire after World War I, the independent republic of Czechoslovakia was created in 1918. This new country incorporated regions with majority German, Hungarian, Polish and Ruthenian speaking populations. Although Czechoslovakia was a centralist state, it provided what was at the time rather extensive rights to its minorities. However, it did not grant its minorities any territorial political autonomy, which resulted in discontent and strong support among some of the minorities to break away from Czechoslovakia. Adolf Hitler used the opportunity and, supported by Konrad Henlein's Sudeten German Party, gained the majority German speaking Sudetenland through the Munich Agreement. Poland occupied areas with Polish minority around Český Těšín, while Slovakia gained greater autonomy, with the state being renamed to Czecho-Slovakia. Eventually Slovakia broke away further in March 1939, allied to Hitler´s coalition; the remaining Czech territory was occupied by Hitler, who installed the so-called Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia, which was proclaimed part of the Reich and where the Protectorate President and Prime Minister were subordinate to the Nazi Reichsprotektor (imperial protector). Approximately 390,000 citizens, including 83,000 Jews, were killed, executed or killed in the war, and hundreds of thousands of others were sent to prisons, concentration camps, or forced into labour. The Czechoslovak government-in-exile and its army fighting against Nazis were acknowledged by the Allies (i.e. Czech troops in Great Britain, North Africa, Middle East and Soviet Union).

In 1945-6, almost the entire German minority of pre-War Czechoslovakia, approximately three million people, were expelled to Germany and Austria. During this time, hundreds of thousands of Germans were held in prisons, detention camps, and used in forced labour. In the summer of 1945, there were several massacres with at least 20,000 deaths. Only 250,000 Germans who had been active in the resistance against the Nazis or who had been deemed essential to the economy were allowed to stay, though many of them emigrated later.

Czechoslovakia uneasily tried to play the role of bridge between the West and East; however, the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia came to power in February 1948, bringing the country within the Soviet sphere of influence. In August 1968, an invasion by Warsaw Pact troops ended efforts by the country's leaders to liberalize party rule and create "socialism with a human face" during the Prague Spring.

In November 1989, Czechoslovakia regained its political independence through a peaceful Velvet Revolution. On January 1, 1993, the country peacefully split in two, creating the independent Czech and Slovak Republics.

The Czech Republic joined NATO in 1999 and the European Union on May 1, 2004. Since 1991, the Czech Republic (former Czechoslovakia), has been a member of the Visegrad Group.

Geography of the Czech Republic


The Czech landscape is quite varied; Bohemia to the west consists of a basin, drained by the Elbe (in Czech: Labe) and Vltava rivers, surrounded by mostly low mountains (the Sudeten with the Krkonoše region, home to the highest point in the country, Sněžka, at 1,602 metres [5,256 ft]). Moravia, the eastern part, is also quite hilly and is drained predominantly by the Morava river, but also contains the source of the Oder (in Czech: Odra) River. Water from the landlocked Czech Republic flows to three different seas: the North Sea, Baltic Sea, and the Black Sea.

Climate

The local climate is temperate with warm summers and cold, cloudy, humid winters, influenced by a variety of maritime and continental influences.


Basic Facts

Area:

78,867 km2
Population: 10,505,445
Capital Prague
Official language Czech
Religion No religion (34,2%), Roman Catholic (10,3 %)
Government: Parliamentary republic
President:

Milos Zeman

Timezone:

Central European time (Greenwich+1)

Currency: Czech koruna (CZK)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The academic year at UCT Prague is divided into two semesters: winter and summer.

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Academic Year 2017/2018

  • Start date: 11 September 2017
  • End date:     7 September 2018

Winter Semester 

Orientation Week: 11 – 15 September 2017
Enrollment Day:   12 September 2017

Lectures, seminars, laboratory work (14 weeks):   18 September – 22 December 2017
Assessment period (7 weeks):                                         2 January – 16 February 2018

Summer Semester

Orientation Week: 12 February – 16 February 2018 
Enrollment Day:   13 February 2018

Lectures, seminars, laboratory work (14 weeks):   19 February – 25 May 2018
Assessment period (5 weeks):                                         28 May – 29 June 2018

Events Calendar

For UCT Prague activities and events taking places throughout the academic year, see our Events Calendar

Archive

Academic year 2016/2017

Academic year 2015/2016

Academic Year 2014/2015
Academic Year 2013/2014

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Ensuring your Transcripts and Degree are Transferable across Europe

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The European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) was designed by the European Commission to enable students to pursue part of their studies abroad; it also helps partner universities compare and mutually-accredit their study programmes. 

ECTS is based on a comparison of particular requirements concerning individual subjects and takes into account the time needed by each student to pass an examination in any given subject (i.e. time devoted to lectures, seminars, and self-study). 

ECTS makes it easier for students to choose from study programmes offered by partner schools abroad. Students may use the ECTS system provided that they themselves, their home university and the partner university abroad approve the suggested study programme.

Students who have successfully completed study programmes abroad may continue their studies with no difficulties, because their study period abroad (and their credits) will be assigned to official records at their home universities.

Important Information

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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ECTS credit allocation based on the student workload needed in order to achieve expected learning outcomes

ECTS, the European Credit Transfer System, was developed by the European Commission to provide common procedures to guarantee the full transferability of credits for university studies abroad in order that they might count towards a final qualification in the home country. It provides a way of measuring and comparing academic merits and transferring them from one institution to another.

Courses are assigned a number of credits depending on the workload students need in order to achieve the expected learning outcomes.

The workload indicates the time students usually need to complete all learning activities, such as lectures, seminars, projects, practical work, self-study and examinations required to achieve the expected learning outcomes. The estimation of workload and number of credits assigned to each course is regularly checked and can be modified according to findings from the evaluations.

The credit weight is 1/30 of the average student workload during one term. The term usually takes 13 – 15 weeks. At ICT Prague 60 credits represent the workload required for one year’s full-time study, or 30 credits per term. All students are graded A - F scale according to the Local Grade Scheme.

Bachelor and Master's study degrees are realized through hundreds fields of study. Some of them can be combined with other field of study (even as an interfaculty study – a combined field from different faculties).

The List of degree programmes shows all disciplines offered by ICT Prague and demonstrates the way how to fulfill all conditions for study completion and getting the diploma within the ECTS semester workload (30 credits). However, the proposed study schedule is not mandatory, students can change their workload (they can study more or less than 30 credits per semester) or they can choose other alternative courses (if offered).

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Erasmus Policy Statement (Overall Strategy)

UCT Prague regards international cooperation as a vital part of its teaching and scientific activities and purposely extends and deepens this cooperation. Due to the active participation of academic staff in international scientific and educational projects and programmes (such as the EU FPs, TEMPUS, COST, COPERNICUS, EEA grants, NATO…), networking and contact making are continually expanding both in the terms of content as well as geographically. The main criterion for a new cooperation partner is the quality—related either to educational activities or to scientific quality and reputation; the assumption of mutual academic collaboration and reciprocity in student and staff mobility is very important. The areas of cooperation are linked more or less to technical chemistry, food chemistry and technology, material sciences, process engineering, chemical technologies and informatics, biotechnology etc. International scientific and educational events ongoing abroad or held at UCT Prague are also used for meeting new potential partners. Information about UCT Prague are disseminated through printed leaflets, brochures and presentations during staff international mobility.


At present, the University of Chemical and Technology Prague maintains nearly 150 Erasmus bilateral agreements with universities across Europe and more than 50 other agreements with partners not only in Europe but also in the USA, Canada, Australia, Japan, India and many other countries. UCT Prague is open to quality cooperation with all geographical areas. Cooperation with the European partners is of course the most frequent due to the easiest accessibility and lower financial cost.


The main objective of the internationalization is to keep UCT Prague at the top position with respect to both educational and scientific quality. Therefore, attention is consistently paid to the international mobility of staff and expanding opportunities to study abroad for UCTP students. The university seeks after all available resources to support long-term (one-two semesteral) study stays for students at all levels and this form of students' international experience will continue to develop. UCT Prague has fully implemented ECTS and Diploma Supplement Label, facilitating the recognition of studies abroad. For students mostly at doctoral level, internships and placements at leading scientific institutions are provided. Short-term stays at summer schools, conferences and workshops are consistently supported for students of MSc And PhD degrees. In addition to the LLP/Erasmus mobility, students participate in other international programmes, such as AAD, CEEPUS, AKTION, ATHENS, etc. The participation of scientific and pedagogical staff in international projects is highly recommended and supported; the presentation of results and making of new contacts are expected. The attempt to increase the number of teaching staff mobility will be permanently supported.


Great care is given to foreign students and visiting teaching staff. UCT Prague provides international students accredited Bachelor's and Master's study programmes taught in English and—for Erasmus students—a number of courses taught in English. The organization of Czech language courses for foreign students is considered an important activity in the internationalization and students' integration at the university.


Based on a long term cooperation with selected partner universities, double degree study programmes at Master and Doctoral levels in particular were established. Implementation of two Masters and two doctoral ERASMUS MUNDUS programmes resulted from multilateral interuniversity cooperation. Our further aim is to involve more Czech students in courses taught in English.


A very welcome and supported form of internationalization at UCT Prague is receiving doctoral students and trainees from third countries. Other successful activities we will continue to develop are short-term intensive training courses for students and teachers from third countries.


UCT Prague actively participates in a number of international projects and seeks for further participation in projects targeted towards teaching and training. The most successful implemented project is ERASMUS MUNDUS. Two Masters’ study programmes (EM3E and IMETE) have been running for two years; students studying under a consortium of European universities spend one semester at UCTP, some of them prepare also their diploma project and thesis here. UCTP has adopted all necessary procedures for issuing the joint diploma. Similarly, a doctoral programme EUDIME was implemented. During their stay at UCTP, PhD Students are actively involved in scientific research teams. The fourth EM project is EURINDIA where UCTP trains one PhD Student from India.


UCT Prague participates regularly in TEMPUS projects; in the past, through individual advisors/evaluators of several projects, currently as a partner. In this project, UCT Prague organizes intensive professional courses for teachers and students from Russian universities involved in the project.


Another form of cooperation is the participation of UCT Prague in ERASMUS thematic projects. The first one is the ISEKI-Food (originally FoodNet), which maps the teaching of food science and technology in Europe and to which UCTP has contributed a number of documents and data. The second example is the participation in the European Chemistry Thematic Network (ECTN and EC2EN2) which resulted in the possibility to grant IVTP graduates title EuroBachelor®.


Participation of UCT Prague in these projects is reflected in curricula modernization, creation of new degree programmes, awarding of double/joint diploma and implementation of new reaching methods and organization of studies. An integral part of the internationalization is an active students' club ESC and its involvement in the European network ECN; ESC plays an important role in the integration of foreign students into the local environment.

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Recognition of Education and Qualifications Acquired Abroad (Nostrification)

There are 2 steps to Nostrification of your previous education:

(1)          Verification of documents regarding the level of education

It's important that all the documents are verified in the country which issued them.

The authentication requirements differ according to the international treaties applying to the country where the original document was issued. Countries (states) can be divided into three groups:

  • A - For members of the Hague Convention the legalization proceeds by Apostille – an unified form of authentication of documents issued by the competent administrative body of the state in which the document was issued
  • B - Verification is not required for documents issued in countries which are parties to a relevant international agreement abolishing the requirement of legalization for foreign public documents
  • L - Unless the international agreement sets otherwise, the authenticity of signatures and stamps on the document must be verified by a two bodies:
    • the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the coutry, where institution which issued the document is based
    • respective representative office of the Czech Republic (e.g. Embassy / Consulate) in the country where the institution which issued the document is based

Q List of countries

(2)          Nostrification (Recognition)

Authorities governing the Nostrification (Recognition)

a)         Students applying for Bachelor degree programme

Secondary school leaving certificates issued outside the Czech Republic are subject to formal Recognition of an Education and Qualifications Acquired Abroad. The process of Recognition of secondary education documents is regulated by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport. How to proceed?

The authorities competent to make decisions on recognition of  secondary school leaving certificates:

  • Prague City Hall, Department of Education

            Mgr. Martin Fučík
            Jungmannova 29/35, 111 21 Praha 1
            email: martin.fucik@cityofprague.cz

  • Regional Education Authorities

      more information here

b)           Students applying for a Master degree programme or PhD degree programme

The decisions upon the recognition of foreign higher education (Bachelor and Master diplomas) are an exclusive competence of public higher education institutions (universities) offering a similar study programme in terms of content. This competence is not extended to private higher education institutions. 

All applicants are advised to inquire which public higher education institution in the Czech Republic provides a study programme corresponding with their foreign education prior to applying for the recognition.

According to the administrative code, the applicant cannot require the recognition of the same higher education qualification from multiple public higher education institutions simultaneously.

If the request is rejected by a public higher education institution, the applicant can submit it to another higher education institution providing a similar study programme in terms of content only after the rejection has become legally effective (i.e. after 15 days from receipt of the decision).

As for holders of qualifications issued by military higher education institutions, recognition of qualification is determined by the Ministry of Defence; in the area of security services, recognition is determined by the Ministry of Interior (in accordance with Section 95, Subsection 9 of the Higher Education Act).

 

 Nostrification (Recognition) procedure at UCT Prague (relevant for Master and PhD applicants)

To obtain recognition of their foreign education, applicants are required to submit hard copies of the following documents:

  • Legally attested copy of a Diploma
  • Legally attested copy of a Diploma Supplement
  • Certified translations of both documents into Czech language
  • Certified written power of attorney, if submitted by a person other than the graduate
  • Completed and signed Application for the Recognition of Foreign Higher Education in the Czech Republic form
  • Proof of the fee payment

 

1)          Applicants for Nostrification (Recognition) who intend to study at UCT Prague shall send / personally deliver the necessary documents to the address:

University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague                                                                      
Department of International Relations
Technická 5, 166 28 Prague 6 – Dejvice
Czech Republic                                                                      
email: helena.pekarkova@vscht.cz
tel. 220 443 158

                                              

2)          Applicants for Nostrification (Recognition) only (no studies at UCT intended) shall send / personally deliver the necessary documents to the address:

Mailing address

UCT Prague  (Petra Linhartová )                                                                         
Department of Education and Human Sciences, Secretariat and Study department, Records office
Technická 5, 166 28 Prague 6 – Dejvice
Czech Republic                                                                      
e-mail:petra1.linhartova@vscht.cz   
tel.: 220 443 062;  220 443 818

Personal delivery:

UCT Prague                                                                        
building B, Records office (Archive) BS114
Technická 5, 166 28 Prague 6 – Dejvice
Petra Linhartová, tel.: 220443062  

Office hours here

 

The Nostrification (Recognition) of the foreign college/university education in the countries that signed a bilateral equivalence agreement with the Czech Republic:

 

SLOVAKIA                                POLAND, HUNGARY, SLOVENIA                                 GERMANY

 

How to pay the Nostrification (Recognition) fee – payment possibilities:

 

1. Bank transfer to UCT Prague account:

Bank Name:                                     ČSOB, Banskobystrická 11, Prague 6

Account number:                           130197294/0300

IBAN:                                                  CZ58 0300 0000 0001 3019 7294

SWIFT code:                                     CEKO CZ PP          

Remittance information:          /VS/963826059

                                                               /SS/ Full name as it appears in the passport or identity                                                                card followed by the date of birth in the format of                                                                DDMMYY                              

The full payment of CZK 3,000 shall be transferred to UCT Prague bank account (any bank charges shall be covered by the applicant).

 

2. Payment in cash in the Cash office of Finance department of UCT Prague:

Cash office in Building B (Technická 3), 2ⁿᵈ floor, Room B 202

Working hours: Mon – Fri 10.00 – 12.00

Please note:

Due to the electronic entrance system, every applicant shall be accompanied by an employee of UCT Prague.

If it is found during the recognition proceeding that it is not within the scope of rector’s responsibility to make a decision on the request for recognition of foreign higher education, e.g. because UCT Prague does not provide a similar study programme, the fee of CZK 3,000 is not charged, and, if already paid, will be returned to the applicant.

There is no refund of the fee if the recognition proceeding is discontinued due to a deficient application (absence of documents necessary for assessing the application), and the applicant’s failure to remove the deficiency upon request. 

There is no refund of the fee in case of rejection of the application due to substantial differences between the compared study programmes.

In case the purpose of the recognition is not further study, the equality of the education will be assessed in accordance with the Agreement – if substantial differences between the compared study programmes are found, the rector may reject the application.


Legislations governing the Nostrification (Recognition) of foreign higher education and qualifications

  1. Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications concerning Higher Education in the European Region signed on April 11, 1997, in Lisbon; published in Czech language in Collection of International Agreements No. 60/2000 Coll.
  2. International Agreements on mutual recognition of documents on education
  3. International Agreements on the authentication of public documents
  4. Act. No. 111/1998 Coll. on Higher Education Institutions and on Amendment to Other Acts, as amended - § 89, § 90, § 105, § 106
  5. Act No. 500/2004 Coll. on Administrative Procedure

 

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English Degree Programmes

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Application Deadlines 

Bachelor and Master level : 29th March

PhD level : all year round (NO application deadline)

Applications for Bc / MSc studies are accepted from 10th January (please do not send them earlier) until 29th March.

       Firstly, scanned copies of applications materials shall be sent to                helena.pekarkova@vscht.cz . Please note that the application               form shall be sent in Word format (.doc).

               Secondly, after you receive a confirmation email please                  send hard copies of your application documents.

R          Applications received after the deadline will be disregarded.

Application Materials

The required application documents include :

  1. Application form for Bachelor / Master or Doctoral students; via email please send filled-in application in Word format (.doc). With the hard copy, there must be a recent photo attached.
  2. Diploma with Diploma supplement (Master degree applicants) OR Graduation certificate with Transcript of records (Bachelor degree applicants), i.e. the list of all subjects studied in last 4 years at secondary school, including the number of hours for individual subjects. Example of a suitable Transcript is available here >
  3. Recognition (Nostrification) certificate of your previous education must be submitted by the date of Enrollment at the latest
  4. Letter of motivation
  5. Certificate of English language knowledge
  6. Signed Curriculum Vitae
  7. Copy of your passport
  8. Certified translation of Birth certificate or similar document providing evidence of date and place of birth (NOT an ID or passport).
  9. Recent Health certificate >(not older than 2 months) confirmed by an official health institution
  10. List of publications and other outcomes of scientific work (relevant for PhD applicants only)

All application documents must be originals or oficially certified / notarized copies, verified along with > international agreements.  They must be accompanied with a translation into English or Czech (also certified/notarized), if in any other language. Simple copies are not considere afficial documents and will not be accepted.

Recetly there is no online application, hard copies of the above mentioned documents shall be sent by regular mail to:

University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague
Department of International Relations
Technická 5
166 28 Praha 6
Czech Republic

UCT Prague reserves the right to refuse an Application provided all the above-mentioned enclosures are not delivered and are not in the required form and style

More information regarding the application materials

Recognition (Nostrification)

only originals / certified copies of Diploma with Diploma Supplement or Graduation Certificate with Transcript of Records can be submitted for Nostrification. The Diploma / Graduation certificate must be verified for international use in the country which issued the document > along with international agreements

Applicants for Bachelor Degree Programme

Applicants are supposed to have completed secondary education at a level equivalent to Czech secondary education and possess required qualifications.  Whether the education acquired outside the Czech Republic is equivalent will be determined by the means of Nostrification, which is executed by Prague City Hall. For more information see Recognition of Education Required Outside the Czech Republic or read a manual on How to proceed.

Make sure you sumbit you application for Nostrification timely as the processing time can reach up to 60 days.

Applicants for Master / Doctoral Degree Programme

Applicants are supposed to have acquired Bachelor / Master degree in a related field of study. The level of their university degree must be equivalent to the level of a Czech university Bachelor / Master degree. Whether the education acquired outside the Czech Republic is equivalent will be determined by the means of Nostrification, which can be executed by  a public university that runs a study programme similar in terms and content, i.e. the University of Chemistry and Technology Prague. For more information see Recognition of Education Required Outside the Czech Republic or read a manual on How to proceed

Nostrification fee of 3 000,- CZK must be paid before the process starts. Make sure you pay the fee timely to avoid processing delays. For payment information please visit our website.

Certificate of English language knowledge

UCT Prague requires students to have a good command of English in order to study successfully. You must provide us with proof of your English language skills.

Non-Native English Speaker

non-native speakers are required to prove the language competence of B2+ according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Recognised Certificates are Cambridge ESOL: minimum PET/FCE, TOEFL iBT: minimum score 80, IELTS: minimum band score 5.0

Other Acceptable Formats:

Confirmation of language knowledge confirmed by a language center or a language school.  The confirmation will only be accepted if it confirms the minimum language level B2 and above)

Native English Speakers

Students whose mother tongue is English or who study a degree programme in English at their home university are excluded from this obligation.

Selection Procedure

The selection procedure of all applications takes place at UCT Prague during May. The application materials will be assessed to determine successful applicants. Applicants shall be notified about their acceptance / non-acceptance by the end of May.

Applicants who will have to sit an interview will be notified in advance. Interviews will be held in the period of 1st May - 31st May.

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166 28 Prague 6
Czech Republic

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