Deadline for submission of applications to study programmes taught in English was extended until April 30, 2021.
Teaching is not cancelled! It will take place online and will start on September 29, 2020.
The following information is intended for newly admitted students who have currently applied for or will apply for a visa or residence permit for the Czech Republic. If you already have a visa or do not need it to stay in the Czech Republic, consider the information below as irrelevant.
Submitting a completed application for doctoral study programes taught in English at the FFWS for the 2020/2021 academic year to 5. April 2020.
The announcement of the call for the applications for a financial support for long-term internships abroad
A call for applications of student involvement into activities under project “Future Environmentalists – connection of the management of the European nature capital with the field research”.
46 FFWS students attended a summer school in Slovenia and Croatia
EXTEMIT-K project opened its brand new chemical ecology high-level laboratories, a major infrastructure investment of the project.
The Czech film “Svět podle termitů” (The World According to Termites) from Director Jan Hošek won the LSFF 2017 grand prize.
Faculty participants in the Czech-Slovak competition of trumpeters in Pelhřimov were more than successful! The trumpeters’ semicircle placed 11th. In the category of French horn soloists the FFWS student Tereza Dudová stepped up on the victory rostrum.
Professor Jaroslav Červený from the Department of Game Management and Forestry Zoology has received an award for outstanding creative contribution of an original Czech non-fiction publication.
Students of Bachelor’s and follow-up Master’s courses at the Faculty of Forestry and Wood Sciences (FFWS) of the Czech University of Life Sciences (CULS) in Prague were awarded their diplomas in the auditorium of the CULS during graduation ceremonies on 20 June, 2016.