About the University
The Czech University of Life Sciences (Czech. ČZU) celebrated its 110th anniversary in 2016. Over the years, the university has formed one of the strongest economic faculties in the country, and many members of the government of the Czech Republic are its graduates. At the moment, there are about 27 thousand students studying here, many of whom are foreigners. The university has state accreditation and ranks 3rd among other universities in Prague and 8th in the country in terms of the number of students.
Various bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral programs are offered here, as well as courses for obtaining the title of associate Professor. In addition to the main higher education, you can enroll in additional professional courses at CULS.
CULS is modeled on classic British and American campuses – all academic buildings are located on the same territory within walking distance of each other. Also nearby are student dormitories, sports facilities, cafes, a private Park and a bus line.
The university also actively cooperates with international universities in other countries, participates in various international national research projects and grants. Students take internships all over the world, and can spend a semester in South Korea, the United States, Canada, and other countries.
Organizations that conduct exchange programs with CULS students:
- ERASMUS (LLP). The most widespread and extensive program of scientific, student and cultural exchange between the EU countries. Most world-renowned universities participate in the program: Munich, Charles, Oxford, Zurich.
- CEEPUS. Exchange program between students of Central European universities: Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Austria and others.
- PLOTEUS. An online portal that helps students navigate the diversity of educational opportunities in Europe.
- ECTS. A student performance tracking system that allows you to move freely between universities and transfer points.