Degree programmes are complete study – students graduate at the University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague.
In compliance with the Bologna system, there are currently three stages of study offered by the Faculty of Chemical Engineering:
- bachelor (3 years, Bc.),
- master (2 years, Ing.)
- doctoral (4 years, Ph.D.)
Bachelor degree programmes
Bachelor degree programmes extend for three years. Study programmes are based on core courses embracing general subjects. Graduates are awarded the title "Bachelor" (equivalent to BSc). Diploma Supplement is being issued in a widely spoken European language, given automatically and free of charge to every student upon graduation.
- See information about bachelor study programme Chemistry and Technology
- Admissions to Bachelor English Degree Programme
Master degree programmes
Master degree programmes build on BSc programmes and take 2 years. Comprise core and specialized courses. Studies lead to the "engineer" degree ("inženýr" in Czech, equivalent to an M.Sc.). Diploma Supplement is being issued in a widely spoken European language, given automatically and free of charge to every student upon graduation.
- See information about master study programme Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering
- Admissions to Master English Degree Programme
Postgraduate doctoral studies
Postgraduate doctoral studies leading to a Ph.D. degree lasting nominally four years beyond master studies.
For most of the Bachelor’s and Master’s programmes, subjects are taught and examinations taken in Czech. Nevertheless, an ever growing number of departments is offering courses in English and for the doctoral programmes, depending on the subject, knowledge of Czech may not be a prerequisite.
The aim of the Doctoral studies at the Faculty of Chemical Engineering is to lead students to independent research and to provide them the appropriate qualifications. Every study programme is organized in a full-time (internal) or a part-time (external) mode of study. Standard length of a full-time study course is four years. The maximum length of (a part-time) study course is seven years. Graduates are awarded a Ph.D. title (a Doctorate, „doktor“ in Czech).
Studies in the Czech language
Non-Czech students wishing to study in Czech pass through the same admission procedure as Czech students, and must pass a Czech language entrance exam. Study in Czech is free of charge. Application deadline is March 31st.
Studies in English
The tuition fees apply to students studying in the study programmes taught in English (regardless of their nationality).