The Czech University of Life Sciences Prague (formerly of Agriculture; CULS) was founded in 1906. CULS focus on agriculture, forestry, environmental sciences, economics and management and related life sciences. CULS provides university education in the following study programmes: Bachelor (3 years, academic title Bc.), Masters (2 years, academic title Ing.), and Doctoral (3 – 4 years, title Ph.D.) in full-time and part-time (combined) forms of studies.
CULS has 7 academic units – 5 faculties and 2 Institutes:
* Faculty of Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources
* Faculty of Economics and Management
* Faculty of Environmental Sciences
* Faculty of Forestry and Wood Sciences
* Faculty of Engineering
* Institute of Tropics and Subtropics
* Institute of Education and Communication
Admission procedures consist of written and/or oral exams concentrating on the relevant field of study and knowledge, which corresponds to technical or art discipline. Some faculties admit excellent students without admission procedure. It is possible to study in programmes taught entirely in English. More info: List of degree programme.
International programmes and scholarships
The CULS has a long experience with the EU LLP ERASMUS mobility programmes. CULS has signed more than 50 Bilateral Agreements (List of partner Universities) on direct cooperation with European universities and universities form overseas. Within the LLP Erasmus framework it cooperates with more 100 universities.
Aside from the Erasmus programme, the CULS also takes part in the following mobility programmes:
* Erasmus Mundus
More info: International Relations Office
Erasmus students enrolled in one of the Study Programmes in English may choose to study the English for Business Purposes or English for Academic Purposes courses, to enhance their language skills in the relevant study areas. The Erasmus Intensive Language Course – Czech Language is offered to all interested foreign students in the pre-semester period every academic year. Erasmus students enrolled at CULS for one or two semesters may also take advantage of several Czech language courses, which are credited with ECTS, e.g. : Czech for Beginners A1, Czech for Beginners A2, Czech for Beginners B1 and Czech for Beginners B2. An introduction to Czech language and culture is also available for incoming Erasmus students during the orientation week.
The International Relations Offices at CULS Faculties and Institutes arrange individual internships for both incoming and outgoing students on request only. Internships are arranged in the framework of ERASMUS programme or on the basis of bilateral agreements (for overseas students).
Ceska zemedelska univerzita v Praze
165 21 Praha 6 – Suchdol
tel.: 23438 1111, 22438 1111