The Faculty of Forestry and Wood Sciences offers one Bachelor study programme taught in English:
The Bachelor study programme:
- Forestry, specialization Forest Ecosystems Protection and Silviculture.
The period for submitting applications: from December 12, 2018 to March 31, 2019.
Electronic applications: http://is.czu.cz/prihlaska/?lang=en
Bachelor study programme and subjects of entrance examinations:
|Bachelor study programme (three-year studies, Prague)||Subjects of enctrance examinations||Fee amount in CZK for each commenced year of study|
study programme Forestry, specialization Forest Ecosystems Protection and Silviculture
- Full-time study in English
- Mathematics (a written examination)
- Biology (an interview in English)
* It is necessary to pay the fee prior to enrolment in study. The applicant for study will pay the fee after being admitted to study but not prior to being granted the visa of the Czech Republic.
Trial tests of mathematics can be found in the supplements at the page bottom.
The study programme is taught at the CULS in Prague – Suchdol.
Conditions for the admission to the Bachelor study programme:
- submitting electronic applications including all necessary data and paying study fees of 500 CZK before March 31, 2019 (as specified further),
- successful passing entrance examinations ,
- successful completing secondary education concluded with a school-leaving examination the certificate of which (either the original or its verified copy) will be required from the candidates when enrolling in their study.
If secondary education has been completed abroad, it is necessary to submit a Decision of Nostrification, i.e. the recognition of a secondary education level by the Czech authorities. More detailed information concerning the process of nostrification is specified here.
The Faculty of Forestry and Wood Sciences informs the applicants that it does not take any part in the process of nostrification and the candidates will not be admitted to study without submitting the above mentioned document.
Specific requirements as well as the invitation to entrance examinations and enrolment in study will be found on http://is.czu.cz/prihlaska/?lang=en
The application for study and application supplements:
The admission procedures start with submitting an appropriately filled in and confirmed application form in the period from December 12, 2018 to March 31, 2019. If the applicants are interested in more study programmes, it is necessary for them to fill in the application form for each study programme separately.
It is only electronic applications that will be accepted – http://is.czu.cz/prihlaska/?lang=en
The registration fee for submitting applications:
The fee of 500 CZK for each submitted application (the fee cannot be returned in any phase of the admission procedure).
The period for paying the fee is identical with that for submitting the application (before March 31, 2019).
The fee can be paid on-line by credit card, by bank transfer or in cash at the CULS.
The admission fee:
This fee is supposed to cover admission expenses and is 500 CZK.
Bank name: Česká spořitelna, a.s.
Account number: 5000222222/0800
IBAN: CZ CZ3808000000000500022222
The applicants are asked not to forget to fill in the variable symbol (4375000119) as well as the specific symbol, i.e. the application number, which they will be sent to by email when the online application is being submitted.
The information related to fee payment can be also found in the electronic application form.
The information about submitted applications, the sending of invitations and decisions:
The application status information (accepted for processing, duly paid…) can be found on http://is.czu.cz/prihlaska/. The information about payment can be delayed (even some weeks) depending on the way of fee payment and proper filling in the payment order.
The invitation to entrance examinations, the decision on the remission of entrance examinations as well as on successful passing entrance examinations and the invitation to the enrolment in study including obligatory dates are available only on http://is.czu.cz/prihlaska/?lang=en.
Dates of entrance examinations:
The applicants who will not fulfil the conditions for entrance examination remission will pass entrance examinations on the subject related to individual study programme in the period from June 10 to 14, 2019. The Dean can set another date for entrance examinations for those who apply for study programmes taught in English. The applicants will be invited to entrance examinations via the information system
The entrance examination will take place at the CULS in Prague.
The course of admission procedures, enrolment in study:
At the end of the period for sending applications the applicants will be invited to entrance examinations. The invitation including the date of entrance examinations will be published on http://is.czu.cz/prihlaska/. This information will be released only via this web page.
The students who will pass the entrance examinations successfully will be notified of it and invited to the enrolment in study, which will require submitting the nostrification of their previous education - the recognition of a secondary education level (applicants for Bachelor study programmes) . After submitting the necessary documents, the applicants will receive the Letter of Acceptance and will be enrolled in study.
The applicants can submit a Decision of Nostrification at entrance examinations or at the enrolment in study at the latest. The submission of the above mentioned document is a necessary condition for the applicant’s acceptance to study!
The applicants will be notified of the date of the enrolment in study in the Invitation to the Enrolment in Study. This information will be released only via this web page.
The enrolment in study will take place in September 2018. The date will be specified.
Fees for studying in a foreign language:
Studying in a foreign language (not in a Czech language) is subject to charges. The fees for the academic year 2019/2020 are as follows:
The study programme Forestry: 80 000 CZK for a commenced academic year.
The fee has to be paid in full at the enrolment in study.
After being admitted to study, the applicants will find all necessary payment information in the electronic application form.
Czech University of Life Sciences
Faculty of Forestry and Wood Sciences
165 21 Praha 6
Visa Regulations for incoming students:
Students from the EU do not need a visa. All students (including those from EU) must register with the foreign police in Prague after their enrolment at the CULS.
If you need a visa to get to the Czech Republic, the following instructions will tell you how you should proceed:
When you receive the Letter of Acceptance and the Confirmation of Accommodation (both will be sent after passing the entrance examination), apply for a student visa at the Czech Embassy or Czech Consulate in your country of origin. You will get visa application forms (in five main European languages) that are to be filled in with the help of the embassy personnel.
There is no chance to get a visa ad hoc after your arrival in the Czech Republic!
Foreign students who need a visa and have not made the necessary arrangements before coming to the Czech Republic will not be registered at the CULS.