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Master Double Degree in Chemistry and Technology

Partner university: Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimmie Rennes

 

Length of study (ECTS Credits): 2 years = 4 semesters (120 ECTS credits)

Contact person at UCT Prague:  Ms. Anna Eiflerova  (Application process, information)

Nominations possible from: April 1st

Deadline for application documents for the period spent at UCT Prague: June 30th

Start of studies at UCT Prague: September

Application documents to be submitted to UCT Prague:

Students have to officially apply to UCT Prague even though they have already been accepted for Master Double Degree at their home university.

Medical assessment

Work in the laboratories involves direct contact with chemicals that might endanger the health of the student as well as put into danger the health of other persons. For this reason the Medical assessment of fitness to study at UCT Prague is requested. 

Students applying for Double degree programme have to submit the confirmed form together with their application.

Financing: No tuition fees required at UCT Prague. Students are themselves responsible for any additional costs such as accommodation, food, public transport etc.

Updated: 22.2.2019 10:12, Author: Anna Eiflerová

Contact Details

Incoming students
Anna Eiflerová
incoming@vscht.cz

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