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Bachelor Degree Programme in English

The Bachelor study programme in Chemistry and Technology is designed primarily for applicants from abroad. All courses are conducted in English. The study programme is accredited by the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports and is in accordance with requirements of the Bologna Process - European Higher Education Area. Note that students pay a tuition fee for participating in this programme.

Graduates of the programme acquire basic knowledge and skills in mathematics; physics; inorganic, organic, physical, and analytical chemistry; biology; and biochemistry. Theoretical instruction is supplemented with a wide range of hands-on laboratory opportunities that develop and strengthen each student's practical abilities.

Throughout the programme, core compulsory subjects are complemented with instruction in compulsory/optional and elective specialization subjects (see Complete Curriculum for each specialization) provided by the various UCT Prague faculties.

Graduates

The main aims of the study programme are to prepare graduates—all of whom acquire excellent theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and experience in basic natural science disciplines—for continuing their studies at the Master level and/or to prepare them for professional positions in the chemical, food, and pharmaceutical industries; at research institutions; and in the public sector.

 

You can enrol in a study programme at any of the four UCT Prague faculties.

Chemistry and Technology (Faculty of Chemical Technology)

Chemistry and Technology (Faculty of Chemical Technology)

Bachelor programme, Faculty of Chemical Technology

At the Faculty of Chemical Technology, students may focus their professional profiles towards specialized fields: the production and properties of metals, glass, or ceramic materials; plastics and rubber; biocompatible materials; and nano- or submicron-scale structured materials. Students can also focus on a more theoretical programme exceeding the scope of the foundational programme. During the course of the programme, students choose one of three specializations offered.

 

Careers

The main aim of this programme is to prepare graduates for Master studies in related branches at UCT Prague or at universities abroad (the latter option is facilitated by the opportunity to obtain a EuroBachelor degree upon graduation). Graduates are prepared for qualified positions in specialized workplaces such as production plants in the metallurgical, glass-making, ceramics, polymers, automotive, and other industries. Graduates also find qualified jobs in research and development institutions and laboratories.

 

You can choose from one of three specializations offered by this faculty.

Specialization - Chemical Technology

The Chemical Technology programme focuses on deepening knowledge in chemical technology (inorganic and organic) or in pharmaceutical technology and synthesis. In addition to the common foundation programme, students can focus on the study of new types of energy sources, catalysis, raw materials treatment, the production processes for the chemical and pharmaceutical industries, and other specialized interests. → more

Specialization - Chemistry and Technology of Materials

This specialization focuses on the study of relations between the chemical structure and physical properties of materials. Students deepen their knowledge of the properties, application, and processing aspects of glass and ceramics, metals and alloys, plastics and rubber, materials for electronics, or composite structures. → more

Specialization - Chemistry

The main aim of this specialization is to prepare students for their Master degree studies. → more

Programme Details

Language of instruction English
Duration 3 years
Form of study Full time
Place of study Prague
Capacity 20 students
Programme Code AB108
Complete Curriculum
Application period starts Jan. 10, 2020
Chemistry and Technology (Faculty of Environmental Technology)

Chemistry and Technology (Faculty of Environmental Technology)

At the Faculty of Environmental Technology, studies cover all fundamental areas of chemistry and environmental chemistry and all related disciplines such as ecology, hydrochemistry, wastewater treatment, atmospheric chemistry, and environmental microbiology. The principle of sustainable development represents an important part of the study curriculum with a special emphasis on its biological, chemical, and technological aspects.

 

Careers

The main aim of this study programme is to prepare graduates for Master studies at UCT Prague as well as for qualified positions in specialized workplaces. Graduates have excellent theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and experience in basic natural scientific disciplines. Due to a broad selection of semi-optional and elective courses, graduates of the programme can pursue careers in many branches of human activity. Graduates find employment in administrative institutions; in industrial and agriculture companies; in research, development and design institutions; and in customs and transportation companies. They are prepared for positions in the communication media sector requiring an engineering approach to ecological problems as well as for managerial positions.

 

Students can choose one of two specializations offered by this faculty.

Specialization - Sustainability and Environmental Engineering

In addition to the core study programme, students focus on environmental chemistry and engineering; water, soil and air contamination; toxicology; and ecotoxicology. They will also undergo training in laboratories focused on various aspects of environmental analysis. → more

Specialization - Fuels processing and utilization

In addition to the core study programme, students focus on fuel production, analysis, and power engineering (including nuclear) with respect to related pollution control. → more

Programme Details

Language of instruction English
Duration 3 years
Form of study Full time
Place of study Prague
Capacity 20 students
Programme Code AB208
Complete Curriculum
Application period starts Jan. 10, 2020
Chemistry and Technology (Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology)

Chemistry and Technology (Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology)

At the Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology, students direct their studies either to biochemistry, microbiology, and biotechnology or to food chemistry, food analysis, nutrition, and food technologies on the other side by properly selecting optional courses.

 

Careers

The main aim of this study programme is to prepare graduates for further Master studies in related branches at UCT Prague or for qualified positions in specialized workplaces. Graduates have excellent theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and experience in basic natural scientific disciplines. Graduates are qualified for jobs in biotechnological and food companies, in nutrition-oriented fields, in environmental protection institutions, and in health care and pharmaceutical enterprises. They can also find positions in company laboratories, in supervisory and monitoring agencies, and in trade and administration.

 

You can choose one of two specializations offered by this faculty.

Specialization - Biochemistry and Biotechnology

By choosing Biochemistry and Biotechnology, students have the opportunity to focus on biochemistry and various types of biotechnologies. → more

Specialization - Food Chemistry and Technology

With a specialization in Food Chemistry and Technology, students focus on both food chemistry and various food technologies. This specialization provides a unique combination of chemical, analytical, and technological aspects, allowing students to gain an overview of the field of modern and traditional food production as well as the ability to assess the impact of used processing processes on the nutritional properties of food products. → more

Programme Details

Language of instruction English
Duration 3 years
Form of study Full time
Place of study Prague
Capacity 20 students
Programme Code AB308
Complete Curriculum
Application period starts Jan. 10, 2020
Chemistry and Technology (Faculty of Chemical Engineering)

Chemistry and Technology (Faculty of Chemical Engineering)

Bachelor programme, Faculty of Chemical Engineering

The Faculty of Chemical Engineering enables students to study general chemical and chemical engineering disciplines that are applicable to a wide range of fields in science, chemical and biochemical technologies and environmental protection issues.

 

Careers

The main aim of the study programme is to prepare the graduates for Master degree studies in a variety of branches at UCT Prague or worldwide. Graduates are also prepared for qualified positions in specialized workplaces because they have the proper theoretical knowledge, practical skills, and experience in wide range of chemical and chemical engineering subjects. Graduates can acquire qualified jobs in production plants in the chemical, petrochemical, and pharmaceutical industries; in research and development chemical laboratories; in inspecting, supervisory, and monitoring laboratories; in commerce; and in state administration.

 

You can choose one of two specializations offered by this faculty.

Specialization - Engineering

The aim of the specialization is to provide students with high-quality preparation for the study of chemical engineering in follow-up Master degree programmes. → more

Specialization - Chemistry

This specialization is for those who are looking for a universal chemical education. → more

Programme Details

Language of instruction English
Duration 3 years
Form of study Full time
Place of study Prague
Capacity 20 students
Programme Code AB408
Complete Curriculum
Application period starts Jan. 10, 2020
Updated: 18.3.2020 17:36, Author: Jan Kříž

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