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Please kindly guide your attention to a new measures by UCT Prague’s Rector, the purpose of which is to define and specify the organizational rules binding during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Starting March 17, 2021, an untested or positively tested employee or student may not enter the UCT Prague (with some exceptions – see below)
  • The personal presence of students for instruction (including labs) is prohibited at all levels of study. University instruction may only take place remotely.
  • Personal participation in the exams is possible if a maximum of 10 people take part in the exam at one time.
  • Individual consultations at universities are possible.
  • Students who (a) have a work contract with UCT Prague, (b) are waiting for an examination or individual consultation, or (c) do not have another residence in the Czech Republic, may remain in the dormitories.
  • Employees:  work in your university workplaces only in necessary cases and use this opportunity to work from home (of course, in agreement with your supervisor, who is in charge of ensuring basic operation of his or her entrusted organizational unit).

Negative COVID test  - condition to enter UCT Prague

Starting March 17, 2021, an untested or positively tested employee or student may not enter the workplace of public universities on the basis of measures taken by the Czech Ministry of Health unless they have already had COVID-19, have fully recovered, and therefore show no signs of respiratory diseases, also under the condition that no more than 90 days have elapsed since their first positive test. The exception also applies to vaccinated employees or students, but only minimally 14 days after the completion of the vaccination schedule

UCT Prague will provide the obligatory testing of employees and students in the coming days by means of high-quality antigen tests with nasal/nasopharyngeal sampling (Rapid SARS-CoV-2 Antigen Test Card, German manufacturer MP Biomedicals). If an employee or student undergoes an RT-PCR test or an antigen test administered by another health service provider, they do not have to pass the UCT Prague test but are obliged to prove that they have been tested with an official document.

UCT Prague testing will take place on business days in the BI auditorium (subject to strict hygienic conditions), starting on Monday, March 15. The sampling itself will be directed by UCT Prague’s medical office staff.

The validity of a negative test for entering the UCT Prague premises is 7 days, and an inspection will take place using an attendance system.

Testing procedure for employees

NEW - instructions for mandatory testing

Heads of institutes/departments have already been sent a request to compile lists of employees whose presence at the workplace is absolutely necessary from March 17 to March 31. These employees will then be able to register for a specific testing time. You can find more registration details and instructions on the intranet.

I must warn you that non-compliance with the obligation to take the test is considered a serious violation of the Labour Code with unpleasant consequences for a particular employee.

For those who do not tolerate nasal/pharyngeal swabs, we are trying to provide a variant of the PCR test using saliva, but it will probably be possible to perform this at most once a week. So far, the availability of this kind of testing has not been definitively confirmed.

The cooperation of the examiner / consulting instructor is expected for student testing; we will send exact instructions later.

Testing procedure for students

UCT Prague is preparing testing of students who will need to enter the UCT Prague premises.

Students enrolled in the Student Information System (SIS) for an exam in a particular day will be automatically assigned a reservation for a testing appointment about an hour or two before the exam; the exact time will be communicated in advance by email/by the examiner after having concluded the application process for an exam date.  

It will also be possible to book a test date for the purpose of consultation through a consultant, who will inform you of your test time in advance. To facilitate optimal testing organization, we ask you to arrange a consultation as far in advance as possible, at least 72 hours in advance.

Other measures

Summer semester

(from rector's e-mail, February 17 and February 28)

The pandemic situation associated with COVID-19 is not improving in Czechia, so teaching during the summer semester, beginning March 1, 2021, will start in online (distance) format. If/when the situation improves, we will—during the semester—switch to hybrid format upon being instructed so by the Ministry of Education. We will inform you as the situation evolves.

Distance learning will take place according to the prepared schedule using already tested and proven tools, notably: e-learning, MS Teams, and MS Stream.

I kindly ask and warmly encourage instructors and students to communicate as much as possible during their remote instructions and classes. While it may seem superfluous to some, I am strongly convinced that exactly the opposite holds true: only thanks to mutual communication, collegiality, and empathy will we all get the most out of distance learning. Thus, we will prevent avoidable problems and a loss of motivation while strengthening the community spirit of the university and the good spirits of each of us.

At present, most pressing is the matter of enabling final year students to start working in laboratories in limited groups. Students at other levels will be enabled to complete their required laboratory classes later, probably by the end of the semester. The required core lab classes for Bachelor students are nevertheless ready for block instruction and they will start as soon as the pandemic conditions and regulations allow it. The system of registration for block instruction will be coordinated and priority will be given to students who could not complete laboratories during the winter semester. We assume that the condition for entering laboratories will be a negative COVID-19 test. The types of tests required and their frequency are now regulated at the national level.

Movement restriction

(from rector's e-mail, February 28)

Although the movement of persons is restricted to the district boundary of the place of residence, travel by staff for work purposes and by students for participating in education (including internships) and examinations is permitted. In the case of a travel inspection, employees will have to identify themselves either with an employee or similar card (e.g. valid ITIC card issued by UCT Prague) or with a written UCT employment confirmation or an employment contract. For students, a student ID is required (valid ISIC card issued by UCT Prague) or a written confirmation of studies, probably supplemented by an affidavit of participation in an exam or consultation. However, for the next three weeks, please stay in UCT Prague buildings only when absolutely necessary and utilize maximally the possibilities for work and education from home. I ask employees who absolutely need to be physically present in offices and laboratories to be extremely careful, to be considerate of others, and to minimize movement around buildings in order to limit contact with people from other workplaces.

Protective equipment

(from rector's e-mail, February 28)

I would also like to draw your attention to the obligation to wear respiratory protective equipment (nose, mouth) inside buildings, namely a respirator or similar device (always without an exhalation valve) that meets all the required technical conditions and parameters (for the product), including a filtration efficiency of at least 95%according to relevant standards (e.g. FFP2/KN95) or a medical face mask or similar device that meets all the required technical conditions and parameters  (for the product) of the Czech Standards Institute’s (ČSN) EN 14683+AC standard.

The following earlier measures are valid:

  • The two weeks’ extension of the winter semester’s examination period (January 4 to February 26, 2021) remains. The summer semester will start on March 1, 2021
  • In the case that laboratory instruction will not be able to be held by the end of the examination period (due to the PES Risk Level or other serious reasons), it is not the student’s fault, and thus the lab credit requirement will be reduced from the originally prescribed requirements. These will then be moved to the requirements for the following Summer Semester.
  • In the case that a student becomes ill with Covid-19 or is officially ordered into quarantine, he/she must immediately notify their subject guarantor. A substitute examination date will be communicated to the student by the subject guarantor/head of the laboratory.

 

In case of changes , we will inform you immediately. Regularly check your institutional e-mail and the UCT website.

 

Older information

  • Employees:  Regardless of your place of work, please use electronic and telephone forms of communication as much as possible, including scanning of invoices, orders, and other documents. Regarding the in-person work-related meetings outside your workplace, please hold them only in the most urgent cases and by prior arrangement with the other party.
    • Any person that tests positive for COVID-19 must inform head of group, laboratory or their superior about this fact without unnecessary delay in order for the latter to be able to organize in cooperation with a university GP and the relevant hygiene station an epidemiological investigation or take other prevention measures to mitigate the impacts of this situation on the operation of the university.

       

      Winter exam term

      Information from February

      At UCT Prague, it still applies that examinations will be possible in this period in-person (up to 10 people) as well as in distance form. The format and process of the exam/credit is fully in the competence and discretion of the subject guarantor, who is obliged to inform students about his or her decision well in advance. In all our auditoriums, of course, regular aerosol disinfection is being carried out and the obligation to observe distance between people applies. Hands must be disinfected immediately after entering a university building and mouth and nose protection must be worn.

      As for individual consultations, they can take place in a “1 on 1” mode with prior agreement from an instructor. The instructor is obliged to keep a record of the place, time, and participants in the consultation if needed for possible contact tracing.

      Students of all levels taking exams can continue to stay on campus during the exam period, since the full-time form of the exam is considered part of the educational process.

      Information from January 8

      Information valid up to January 22

      At an emergency meeting on 7 January 2021, the Government of the Czech Republic extended the restrictions on the operation of universities according to the level 5 of the PES system until 22 January 2021. It still applies that the personal presence of students for instruction (including labs) is prohibited at all levels of study. However, personal participation in the exams is possible if a maximum of 10 people take part in the exam at one time. Individual consultations at universities are now possible.

      At UCT Prague, it still applies that examinations will be possible in this period in-person (up to 10 people) as well as in distance form. The format and process of the exam/credit is fully in the competence and discretion of the subject guarantor, who is obliged to inform students about his or her decision well in advance. In all our auditoriums, of course, regular aerosol disinfection is being carried out and the obligation to observe distance between people applies. Hands must be disinfected immediately after entering a university building and mouth and nose protection must be worn.

      As for individual consultations, they can take place in a “1 on 1” mode with prior agreement from an instructor. The instructor is obliged to keep a record of the place, time, and participants in the consultation if needed for possible contact tracing.

      Students of all levels taking exams can continue to stay on campus during the exam period, since the full-time form of the exam is considered part of the educational process.

      Information from December 7 

      Information valid from Decmber 7 to December 18

      Starting Monday, December 7, 2020, universities in the Czech Republic can implement the following:

      • Laboratory instruction for all levels in groups of up to 20 students,
      • Full-time, in-person instruction for the first year students (Bachelor and Master levels) in groups of up to 20 students,
      • Doctoral study program instruction,
      • Individual consultations, and
      • In-person exams for up to 10 students.

       

      Based on this, UCT Prague’s leadership has decided, effective December 7, 2020, that:

      • Theoretical instruction for the winter semester shall be completed in a distance format for all study levels,
      • Laboratory instruction will be enabled for all levels in the groups up to 20 attendees,
      • The permission of the limited, up to 20 attendees, in-person instruction for the first year students (Bachelor and Subsequent Master levels) shall be utilized for individual and group in-person consultations and progress tests/exams,
      • Individual consultations for students at all levels are allowed by prior arrangement,
      • The already-established regime for doctoral study programs shall continue as it is,
      • All students will be able to return to university dormitories.

      Students will receive information about individual subjects from subject guarantors/instructors. If relevant information is not provided, we ask students to take an active approach in relation to their guarantors (instructors).

      Procedure for exams and grades

      • The Winter Semester examination period will be extended by two weeks (January 4 to February 26, 2021).
      • UCT Prague’s leadership prefers the in-person form of examinations and final tests. In justified cases, it will be possible to complete an exam/final test in distance form. The form and procedure for an exam/final test lies fully within the discretion of the subject guarantor.

      Laboratories in the examination period

      • During the examination period, guarantors will be able to carry out laboratory instruction, which UCT Prague’s leadership recommends. All details (such as whether laboratory instruction will take place with attendance limitation, when they will be held, etc.) will be communicated to students in advance by guarantors/heads of laboratories.
      • In the event that laboratory instruction will not be able to be held by the end of the examination period due to capacity or other serious reasons, it is not the student’s fault, and thus the lab credit requirement will be reduced from the originally prescribed requirements. These will then be moved to the requirements for the following Summer Semester.
      • In the event that a student becomes ill with Covid-19 or is officially ordered into quarantine, he/she must immediately notify their subject guarantor. A substitute examination date will be communicated to the student by the subject guarantor/head of the laboratory.

       

      We are currently preparing a change in the organization of the academic year

      The clear priority for this is to facilitate laboratory instruction and to maintain sufficient time frame for exams and proper completion and defence of final theses.

      Main changes in the organization of the academic year:

      • Winter Semester: extension of the examination period by two weeks (January 4 through February 26, 2021),
      • Enabling instructors to carry out laboratory instruction during the examination period,
      • Postponing the beginning of the Summer Semester by two weeks (starting March 1, 2021),
      • Shortening of Summer Semester instruction down to 13 weeks (March 3 through May 28, 2021),
      • Summer Semester: postponing the first part of the examination period (May 31 to July 2, 2021),
      • Postponing, by a week, the deadline for submission of bachelor’s theses for the first term of the final examination (June 11, 2021),
      • State final exam for Bachelor studies: postponing the beginning of the Bachelor state final exam period (June 21 through June 30, 2021),
      • For the second term of the state final exam at the Bachelor level, dates will not change,
      • Postponing by a week the Master thesis submission deadline (May 17, 2021), and
      • The timing for the Master’s level state final exam will not change.

      Regarding the change of organization of the academic year, a supplement to Decree No. A/V/961/16/2020 will be issued.

      Instruction during the summer semester

      Possibilities for in-person instruction at universities will be directly dependent on the decision of the national ministries, i.e. the Government of the Czech Republic. These institutions are currently governed by PES, the anti-epidemic system of the Czech Republic, the current form of which (regarding the national education system) can be found HERE (Czech only).

      Information from september 2020

      Detailed information

      edited on 18 September, to be in line with city regulation

      We highlight the most important measures below. You can find the translation of the full decree  on the bottom of this webpage now. It is necessary to acquaint yourselves with the decree in its entirety.

      In all enclosed areas at the university, the wearing of masks or other face and nose coverings is mandatory. This does not apply to employees working in their own offices or to those consuming food and beverages in university catering facilities.

      Neither students nor instructors may attend in-person lectures or hybrid courses if they have symptoms of infectious diseases or if they know they have been in close contact (within the last 15 minutes) of someone waiting for the results of a COVID-19 test. In the case that a student exhibits any symptoms of COVID-19 while attending class in-person, an instructor is required to remove the student and instruct them to leave the university premises immediately.

      Lectures and non-laboratory clases must be provided in the form of pre-recorded instructional videos or online lectures

      Instructors are required to record attendance for in-person laboratory courses, minimally an attendance list of students in a class (including day, time). We recommend recording the locations of where students were working in the laboratory.

      University employees and students are required to follow current information and instruction bulletins published online at https://www.vscht.cz/koronavirus and via the UCT Prague “EMIL” application (https://emil.vscht.cz).

       


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      Date

      • Saturday, February 6, 2021
        • Virtual room for international students is open 9 AM–12:30 PM & 1 PM–4:30PM (Central European Time = UTC+1)

       

      Join the event

       ◳ inmpromtme (jpg) → (šířka 450px)For the online Open Day, we have chosen the professional scientific conference platform ImpromtMe.

       

      We recommend you to use desktop and web app in web browser.

      On a smartphone download the app ImpromtMe for iOS nebo Android. After instalation do not register, just click on “Guest log-in" and put code VSCHT.

       

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      Discover the world, create the future

      You may think that studying at UCT Prague is only about chemistry, as you know it from secondary school laboratories. That would be a mistake. Thanks to our modern educational approach, you can become a part of great developments here. Among other things, we develop cosmic materials, save historical monuments, uncover common and unusual crimes, and even brew beer. Yes, that’s chemistry too.

      The real magic of our field is that it enables you to explore the world in depth. This gives you a chance to shape its future. We will be happy to convince you of this during our Open House.

       

      UCT Prague online Open House

      Everyone who is interested in studying at our university is welcome.  Are you eager to discover the world and create the future? Our virtual doors are open to you!

      What will you learn?

      Everything. If you’re prepared, you will not be surprised.

      • Find out which study programme and faculty may offer you the best opportunities.
      • You will learn how bachelor studies function, as well as master and doctoral studies.
      • We will reveal where your career can lead after graduation.
      • Discover the possibilities for on-the-job internships and studying abroad.
      • Find out what formalities are required to apply.
      • Let us inform you about buddy programme, dormitory accommodation, tuition fees, scholarships and so on.

      Whom will you meet? Everyone. Above all, UCT is about people.

      • Instructors who would like to share their knowledge with you.
      • Students, so you can get to know life at the university, behind-the-scenes.
      • Admissions officers who know the functioning of the university down to the last molecule.

       

      You can also take part on a virtual university tour and enjoy a one-hour of Czech modern music.

      More information about studying at UCT Prague

       

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      UCT Prague automatically provides all graduates with a Diploma Supplement free of charge. This Diploma Supplement follows the model developed by the European Commission, the Council of Europe, and UNESCO/CEPES. 

      The purpose of the supplement is to provide sufficient independent data for improving international transparency and for ensuring fair, academic, and professional recognition of qualifications (diplomas, degrees, certificates, etc.).

      The Diploma Supplement is published in two languages – Czech and English – and contains the status of successfully completed studies, the list of courses evaluated according to the ECTS, and the number of credits awarded for each course.

      The Supplement also includes information about courses completed abroad, Bachelor or Master theses, defence of the theses, final state examinations, and the overall evaluation of study results.

      The Diploma Supplement also provides a brief description of Czech Higher Educational System.

      Diploma Supplement Samples

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      About Us

      UCT Prague's Department of Research and Development coordinates all research activities for the university. Our team informs researchers regularly about funding opportunities, offers project development services for newly proposed Czech and international projects, and is in charge of the administrative, legal and financial issues for ongoing projects.

      Our specialists design optimal utilisation of research findings inter alia for protecting intellectual and industrial property rights (IPR), patent applications, licence agreements, as well as publishing scientific results. We also monitor also postgraduate doctoral studies.

      KOMPAS

      Contact the KOMPAS Office for administrative and management support.

      UCT Prague PIC number for H2020 is 999867853,
      The LEAR
      is Ms. Karolína Friessová

      Direct Faculty Contacts 

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      The University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague consists of four faculties and several other departments

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      Faculty of Chemical Technology

      101 Department of Inorganic Chemistry    
      105 Department of Inorganic Technology    
      106 Department of Metals and Corrosion Engineering    
      107 Department of Glass and Ceramics    
      108 Department of Solid State Chemistry    
      110 Department of Organic Chemistry    
      111 Department of Organic Technology    
      112 Department of Polymers    
      126 Department of Solid State Engineering    
      141 Laboratory of Inorganic Materials    
      143 Department of Informatics and Chemistry    
      148 Department of Chemical Technology of Monument Conservation    
      150 Dean’s Office of Faculty of Chemical Technology    

      Faculty of Environmental Technology

      215 Department of Petroleum Technology and Alternative Fuels    
      216 Department of Gaseous and Solid Fuels and Air Protection    

      217 Department of Water Technology and Environmental Engineering
         
      218 Department of Power Engineering    
      240 Department of Environmental Chemistry    
      251 Dean’s Office of Faculty of Enviromental Technology    

       

      Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology

      319 Department of Biotechnology    
      320 Department of Biochemistry and Microbiology    
      321 Department of Carbohydrates and Cereals    
      322 Department of Dairy, Fat and Cosmetics     
      323 Department of Food Analysis and Nutrition    
      324 Department of Food Preservation    
      342 Department of Chemistry of Natural Compounds    
      352 Dean’s Office of Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology    

      Faculty of Chemical Engineering

      402 Department of Analytical Chemistry    
      403 Department of Physical Chemistry    
      409 Department of Chemical Engineering    
      413 Department of Mathematics    
      444 Department of Physics and Measurements    
      445 Department of Computing and Control Engineering    
      453 Dean’s Office of Faculty of Chemical Engineering    

       

      University Research and Education Centres

      504 University Centre UCT Prague - Unipetrol    
      554 Department for the History of the Chemical Industry and Applied Chemistry    
      557 BIOMEDREG    
      558 Metrology and Testing Laboratory    
      559 Prague University Analytical Center    
      560 BAFA    
      570 Technoparc Kralupy UCT Prague    

      The Administration of University Facilities

      712 Director´s Office    
      713 Finance Department    
      721 Operating Department    
      723 Sázava Dormitory    
      724 Volha Dormitory    
      731 Technical Department    
      748 Recreation facility Jáchymov     
      749 Recreation facility Pec p. Sněžkou 
      755 Volha Canteen
      756 Club Carbon
      757 Zikova Canteen
      758 Camping site Běstvina

      Service Departments for all UCT Prague Faculties

      827 Department of Physical Education and Sport    
      832 Department of Education and Human Sciences    
      834 Department of Languages    
      837 Department of Economics and Management     

      Rector's Offices

      929 General Practitioner    
      930 Crèche Zkumavka    
      938 Department of Internal Auditing    
      939 Department of Supervision      
      940 Counselling and Career Centre
      961 Rector's Secretariat    
      962 Bursar's Secretariat    
      963 Department of Education    
      965 Department of Scientific Research and Development    
      966 Personnel Department    
      968 Records Office     
      969 Supplies Department    
      971 Finance Department    
      972 Department of Safety at Work    
      974 Department of International Relations    
      976 Department of Construction and Maintenance    
      977 Department of Building Administration    
      979 Department of Communication    
      980 Central Laboratories    
      990 Computer Centre    
      991 Department of Strategic Planning    
      992 Hollow Glass Workrooms    
      994 Technology Transfer Office    
      995 Department of Operation and Technical Services    
      996 Department of Public Order    
      997 Centre for Information Services
              UCT Library
              UCT Press
         
      998 Vice-Rector's without Portfolio Office    




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      University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague

      Technická 5
      166 28 Praha 6 – Dejvice
      IČO: 60461373
      VAT: CZ60461373

      Contacts

      Department of International Relations (for students)

      email: international@vscht.cz

      Vice-Rector for External Relations and Communication

      prof. Ing. Pavel Kotrba, Ph.D.
      email: Pavel.Kotrba@vscht.cz 
      phone: (+420) 220 444 446

      Pavel Kotrba

      Staffers

      Filip Faltejsek

      Acting Head of Department of International Relations

      Filip Faltejsek, BA

      email: Filip.Faltejsek@vscht.cz 
      phone: +420 220 444 456

      Anna Eiflerová

      Incoming students (Erasmus+, free-mover)

      Anna Eiflerová, MSc
      email: anna.eiflerova@vscht.cz 

      phone: +420 220 443 159

      Foreign Self-Supporting Degree Students, 
      Incoming students (freemover, Erasmus Mundus) 

      email: international@vscht.cz 
      phone: +420 220 443 158

      Šárka Zavadilová

      Foreign Business Trips 
      Šárka Zavadilová 
      email: Sarka.Zavadilova@vscht.cz 
      phone: +420 220 443 897

      Foreign employees, researchers and visitors, Erasmus+ staff mobilities

      Irena Moudrá, MA

      Irena.Moudra@vscht.cz

      +420 220 443 896

      Long-term parental leave

      Iva Žilíková

      Head of Department of International Relations

      Iva Žilíková, MA 

      Office Hours for Erasmus+ Students

      Monday 13:30 – 15:30
      Tuesday 13:30 – 15:30
      Thursday 9:30 – 11:00
      Friday 9:30 – 11:00

       

      How to Find Us 

      The university is northwest of the Dejvická metro station, near Vítězné náměstí in Prague 6, and is housed in three buildings (see map below):

      • Building A - Technická 5
      • Building B - Technická 3
      • Building C - Studentská 6

      Display a larger version of the map 

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      The University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague is a natural centre of first-rate study and research in the area of chemistry in Czechia and is one of the country's largest educational and research institutions focused on technical chemistry, chemical and biochemical technologies, material and chemical engineering, food chemistry, and environmental studies.

      → Read more

      UCT Prague - A challenge that pays off

       

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      UCT Prague has a long tradition of collaborative and cooperative activities, across technological sectors, with other institutions and laboratories, secondary schools, and industrial and international partners - nearly seventy percent of which are located beyond the boundaries of the Czech capital.

       

       

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      International Cooperation

      In accordance with the university strategic goals University of Chemistry and Technology Prague (UCT Prague) actively participates in international initiatives which broaden and deepen cooperation in education and scientific research with both European and non-European partners.

      The basic pillars of the international activities are interinstitutional cooperation agreements, multiple and joint degree programmes with other universities, Erasmus+ and other international programmes exchange activities (both incoming and outgoing student and staff exchanges), and international scientific and research projects.

      UCT Prague is interested in partnerships with well respected institutions worldwide which share similar vision and values.

      The international cooperation is administered by the Department of International Relations in cooperation with the Department of Research and Development, both headed by the respective Vice-Rectors.

      INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION EXCHANGE PROGRAMMES

      UCT Prague is actively involved in a number of student and staff exchange programmes:

      • ERASMUS+ (KA103, KA107)
      • ERASMUS MUNDUS
      • ATHENS
      • AKTION
      • CEEPUS
      • IAESTE


      Besides, the University offers the students to enrol for studies in MASTER and DOCTORAL DOUBLE DEGREE programmes with partner universities, and students might also use the scholarship programme FREE-MOVER for exchanges worldwide. More information on the scholarship offer for students is available on this website.

      UCT Prague cooperates and intensively supports activities of the University international student organizations, such as ESN (Erasmus Student Network) which mainly assist international students to adapt to new study and life conditions in a foreign country.


      INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH PROJECTS AND CONFERENCES

      UCT Prague faculties actively participate in several international scientific research projects, e.g. HORIZON 2020, Norwegians funds, FP7, NATO.

      The University is the main organizer or partner of many prestigious scientific conferences and workshops with international participants.

      INTERNATIONAL VISITORS and TEACHERS

      UCT Prague is a top-quality research university which attracts a number of international teachers and researchers every year who largely contribute to inspiring study and work environment at our University.

      Should you be interested in visit of our University to give a lecture and/or start education/research cooperation, please contact the Head of International Relations Office.

      Data in 2017

      293 ERASMUS incoming students

      704 international students

      115 ERASMUS outgoing students

      59 international academic and research staff members

      144 ERASMUS bilateral agreements

      114 inter-institutional agreements (MoU)

      5 Master Double Degree programmes

      27 international research projects

      3 ERASMUS MUNDUS programmes

      21 international conferences

      More information in UCT Prague annual reports.


      Larger map: cooperation with other institutions

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      Contact for media

      Feel free to contact Department of Comunication with any inquiry. The department will provide contact on University scientific staff.

      Main contact person

      L Mgr. Michal Janovský
      b Michal.Janovsky@vscht.cz
      e + 420 220 444 159
      e + 420 733 690 543
      - Room: A205a

      Deputy contact person

      D Ing. Petra Karnetová, Ph.D. 
      b Petra.Karnetova@vscht.cz
      e +420 220 444 459
      : +420 739 249 128
      Room A205

      Whole team of Department of Comunication


      Press releases

      You can find older press releases in archive.

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      Erasmus Policy Statement (Overall Strategy)

      UCT Prague regards international cooperation as a vital part of its teaching and scientific activities and purposely extends and deepens this cooperation. Due to the active participation of academic staff in international scientific and educational projects and programmes (such as the EU FPs, TEMPUS, COST, COPERNICUS, EEA grants, NATO…), networking and contact making are continually expanding both in the terms of content as well as geographically. The main criterion for a new cooperation partner is the quality—related either to educational activities or to scientific quality and reputation; the assumption of mutual academic collaboration and reciprocity in student and staff mobility is very important. The areas of cooperation are linked more or less to technical chemistry, food chemistry and technology, material sciences, process engineering, chemical technologies and informatics, biotechnology etc. International scientific and educational events ongoing abroad or held at UCT Prague are also used for meeting new potential partners. Information about UCT Prague are disseminated through printed leaflets, brochures and presentations during staff international mobility.


      At present, the University of Chemical and Technology Prague maintains nearly 150 Erasmus bilateral agreements with universities across Europe and more than 50 other agreements with partners not only in Europe but also in the USA, Canada, Australia, Japan, India and many other countries. UCT Prague is open to quality cooperation with all geographical areas. Cooperation with the European partners is of course the most frequent due to the easiest accessibility and lower financial cost.


      The main objective of the internationalization is to keep UCT Prague at the top position with respect to both educational and scientific quality. Therefore, attention is consistently paid to the international mobility of staff and expanding opportunities to study abroad for UCTP students. The university seeks after all available resources to support long-term (one-two semesteral) study stays for students at all levels and this form of students' international experience will continue to develop. UCT Prague has fully implemented ECTS and Diploma Supplement Label, facilitating the recognition of studies abroad. For students mostly at doctoral level, internships and placements at leading scientific institutions are provided. Short-term stays at summer schools, conferences and workshops are consistently supported for students of MSc And PhD degrees. In addition to the LLP/Erasmus mobility, students participate in other international programmes, such as AAD, CEEPUS, AKTION, ATHENS, etc. The participation of scientific and pedagogical staff in international projects is highly recommended and supported; the presentation of results and making of new contacts are expected. The attempt to increase the number of teaching staff mobility will be permanently supported.


      Great care is given to foreign students and visiting teaching staff. UCT Prague provides international students accredited Bachelor's and Master's study programmes taught in English and—for Erasmus students—a number of courses taught in English. The organization of Czech language courses for foreign students is considered an important activity in the internationalization and students' integration at the university.


      Based on a long term cooperation with selected partner universities, double degree study programmes at Master and Doctoral levels in particular were established. Implementation of two Masters and two doctoral ERASMUS MUNDUS programmes resulted from multilateral interuniversity cooperation. Our further aim is to involve more Czech students in courses taught in English.


      A very welcome and supported form of internationalization at UCT Prague is receiving doctoral students and trainees from third countries. Other successful activities we will continue to develop are short-term intensive training courses for students and teachers from third countries.


      UCT Prague actively participates in a number of international projects and seeks for further participation in projects targeted towards teaching and training. The most successful implemented project is ERASMUS MUNDUS. Two Masters’ study programmes (EM3E and IMETE) have been running for two years; students studying under a consortium of European universities spend one semester at UCTP, some of them prepare also their diploma project and thesis here. UCTP has adopted all necessary procedures for issuing the joint diploma. Similarly, a doctoral programme EUDIME was implemented. During their stay at UCTP, PhD Students are actively involved in scientific research teams. The fourth EM project is EURINDIA where UCTP trains one PhD Student from India.


      UCT Prague participates regularly in TEMPUS projects; in the past, through individual advisors/evaluators of several projects, currently as a partner. In this project, UCT Prague organizes intensive professional courses for teachers and students from Russian universities involved in the project.


      Another form of cooperation is the participation of UCT Prague in ERASMUS thematic projects. The first one is the ISEKI-Food (originally FoodNet), which maps the teaching of food science and technology in Europe and to which UCTP has contributed a number of documents and data. The second example is the participation in the European Chemistry Thematic Network (ECTN and EC2EN2) which resulted in the possibility to grant IVTP graduates title EuroBachelor®.


      Participation of UCT Prague in these projects is reflected in curricula modernization, creation of new degree programmes, awarding of double/joint diploma and implementation of new reaching methods and organization of studies. An integral part of the internationalization is an active students' club ESC and its involvement in the European network ECN; ESC plays an important role in the integration of foreign students into the local environment.

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      Applicants for a study at UCT Prague please contact admissions@vscht.cz (chemical programmes) or business.admission@vscht.cz  (School of Business) for guidance.

      GENERAL INFORMATION

      It is necessary to obtain an official document verifying that your education, which you have completed abroad, is equal to the education in the Czech Republic. The process of recognition of previous education differs according to the level of education which you need to have recognized.

      A recognized document of completed education (a diploma, a certificate or/and another similar document issued by a foreign educational institution) is required for admission to further study
      at Czech university.

      The recognition of certificates/diplomas issued in the countries: Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Germany and Slovenia(except of Bachelor diplomas) is proceeded automatically without any further administrative procedure. European Baccalaureate diplomas issued by international high schools are recognized without any further administrative procedure as well.

      APPLICANTS FOR BACHELOR STUDIES

      As UCT has an institutional accreditation we offer a possibility of recognition of your secondary education within the admission procedure at our university as a part of the admission process.

      Such a recognized education is valid only for UCT study programmes. It is not generally valid and cannot be used for admission procedures to other institutions.

      HOW TO PROCEED?

      1. In order to request UCT Prague to assess your previous education, choose the option “a foreign document concerning a foreign secondary education” while filling in the online application for a study programme at UCT Prague

      2. pay the fee of CZK 800,- (please see payment instruction section)

      3. send notarised copies of documents (please see required documents section) proving your education together with an official translation to the Czech or English language via post to the address:

      University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague   
      Department of Quality Assessment
      Technická 5, 166 28 Prague 6 – Dejvice
      Czech Republic
      email: helena.kavalcova@vscht.cz
      tel. +420 220 444 241

      We suggest to scan all your documents and send them first by email for pre-approval at admissions@vscht.cz (chemical programmes) or business.admission@vscht.cz (School of Business). Once you receive a confirmation from us please send them via post.

      It will safe your time and money!

      PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS

      Bank transfer to UCT Prague account:

      Bank Name:                                     ČSOB, Banskobystrická 11, Prague 6

      Account number:                           130197294/0300

      IBAN:                                                  CZ58 0300 0000 0001 3019 7294

      SWIFT code:                                     CEKO CZ PP          

      Remittance information:          /VS/ 936822059

                                                                     /SS/ Date of birth in the format of DDMMYY
       
                                                                   /Information/ Full name as it appears in the passport/identity card

      The full payment of CZK 800 shall be transferred to UCT Prague bank account. Any bank charges shall be covered by the applicant.

      REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

      To obtain recognition of foreign education, kindly submit hard copies of the following documents:

      • a original or notary-certified copy of a diploma, a certificate or similar document on accomplishing the studies issued by the relevant high school/university abroad,
      • Notary-certified copy of a diploma supplement or a transcript of records,
      • Proof of the fee payment,
      • Certified translations of all documents into Czech or English (where the original documents are not issued in Czech or English).

      You may be asked to submit following documents if necessary:

      • Certified written power of attorney, if submitted by a person other than the graduate,
      • Certified copy of a Marriage Certificate or a Judgment of Divorce or another document in case of a change of the name indicated on the Diploma,
      • Confirmation of the relevant secondary school abroad or any other authorised body in the respective country on the fact that the secondary school leaver of the foreign secondary school concerned is in the given country entitled to apply for a bachelor degree programme,
      • Document attesting to the fact that the programme of study was effectuated by an institution authorized to provide education comparable with university education under the Act on Higher Education Institutions, with a note of description of the foreign university course (e.g. a certificate of the university accreditation, certificate/licence regarding the accreditation of the programme/field of study, etc.).

      A list of certified translators (Czech only) is available on the Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic website.  A list of public notaries (Czech only) is available on the website of the Notarial Chamber of the Czech Republic

      VERIFICATION OF DOCUMENTS REGARDING THE LEVEL OF EDUCATION

      UCT Prague requires, in accordance with the section 90, subsection 3 of Act No. 111/1998 Coll., on Higher Education Institutions, authentication of signatures and stamps on the original of certificates and diplomas.

      It's important that all the documents are verified in the country which issued them.

      The authentication requirements differ according to the international treaties applying to the country where the original document was issued. Countries (states) can be divided into three groups:

      • A as Apostille- For members of the Hague Convention the legalization proceeds by Apostille – an unified form of authentication of documents issued by the competent administrative body of the state in which the document was issued
      • - Verification is not required for documents issued in countries which are parties to a relevant international agreement abolishing the requirement of legalization for foreign public documents
      • L as Legalization/superlegalization- Unless the international agreement sets otherwise, the authenticity of signatures and stamps on the document must be verified by a two bodies:
        1. the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country, where institution which issued the document is based
        2. respective representative office of the Czech Republic (e.g. Embassy / Consulate) in the country where the institution which issued the document is based

      > List of countries

      APPLICANTS FOR MASTER/PhD STUDIES


      As UCT has an institutional accreditation we offer a possibility of recognition of your higher education and qualifications within the admission procedure at our university as a part of the admission process.

      Such a recognized education is valid only for UCT study programmes. It is not generally valid and cannot be used for admission procedures to other institutions.

      The application for the recognition of Bachelor or Master diplomas can be submitted to UCT Prague in cases where a completed degree programme has a similar content as some of the degree programmes accredited at our university (Programmes catalogue and Fields of study catalogue).

      HOW TO PROCEED?

      1. In order to request UCT Prague to assess your previous universityeducation, choose the option “a foreign document concerning a foreign higher education” while filling in the online application for a study programme at UCT Prague

      2. pay the fee of CZK 800,- (please see payment instructions section)

      3. send notarised copies of documents (please see required documents section) proving your education together with an official translation to the Czech or English language via post to the address:

      University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague   
      Department of Quality Assessment
      Technická 5, 166 28 Prague 6 – Dejvice
      Czech Republic

      email: helena.kavalcova@vscht.cz
      tel. +420 220 444 241

      We suggest to scan all your documents and send them first by email for pre-approval at admissions@vscht.cz (chemical programmes) or business.admission@vscht.cz (School of Business). Once you receive a confirmation from us please send them via post.

      It will safe your time and money!

      PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS

      Bank transfer to UCT Prague account:

      Bank Name:                                     ČSOB, Banskobystrická 11, Prague 6

      Account number:                           130197294/0300

      IBAN:                                                  CZ58 0300 0000 0001 3019 7294

      SWIFT code:                                     CEKO CZ PP          

      Remittance information:          /VS/ 936822059

                                                                     /SS/ Date of birth in the format of DDMMYY
       
                                                                   /Information/ Full name as it appears in the passport/identity card

      The full payment of CZK 800 shall be transferred to UCT Prague bank account. Any bank charges shall be covered by the applicant.

      REQUIRED DOCUMENTS

      To obtain recognition of foreign education, kindly submit hard copies of the following documents:

      • a original or notary-certified copy of a diploma, a certificate or similar document on accomplishing the studies issued by the relevant high school/university abroad,
      • Notary-certified copy of a diploma supplement or a transcript of records,
      • Proof of the fee payment,
      • Certified translations of all documents into Czech or English (where the original documents are not issued in Czech or English).

      You may be asked to submit following documents if necessary:

      • Certified written power of attorney, if submitted by a person other than the graduate,
      • Certified copy of a Marriage Certificate or a Judgment of Divorce or another document in case of a change of the name indicated on the Diploma,
      • Confirmation of the relevant secondary school abroad or any other authorised body in the respective country on the fact that the secondary school leaver of the foreign secondary school concerned is in the given country entitled to apply for a bachelor degree programme,
      • Document attesting to the fact that the programme of study was effectuated by an institution authorized to provide education comparable with university education under the Act on Higher Education Institutions, with a note of description of the foreign university course (e.g. a certificate of the university accreditation, certificate/licence regarding the accreditation of the programme/field of study, etc.).

      A list of certified translators (Czech only) is available on the Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic website.  A list of public notaries (Czech only) is available on the website of the Notarial Chamber of the Czech Republic

      VERIFICATION OF DOCUMENTS REGARDING THE LEVEL OF EDUCATION

      UCT Prague requires, in accordance with the section 90, subsection 3 of Act No. 111/1998 Coll., on Higher Education Institutions, authentication of signatures and stamps on the original of certificates and diplomas.

      It's important that all the documents are verified in the country which issued them.

      The authentication requirements differ according to the international treaties applying to the country where the original document was issued. Countries (states) can be divided into three groups:

      • A as Apostille- For members of the Hague Convention the legalization proceeds by Apostille – an unified form of authentication of documents issued by the competent administrative body of the state in which the document was issued
      • - Verification is not required for documents issued in countries which are parties to a relevant international agreement abolishing the requirement of legalization for foreign public documents
      • L as Legalization/superlegalization- Unless the international agreement sets otherwise, the authenticity of signatures and stamps on the document must be verified by a two bodies:
        1. the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country, where institution which issued the document is based
        2. respective representative office of the Czech Republic (e.g. Embassy / Consulate) in the country where the institution which issued the document is based

      > List of countries

      GENERAL RECOGNITION OF PREVIOUS EDUCATION (Nostrification)

      GENERAL RECOGNITION OF SECONDARY EDUCATION 

      The general recognition of secondary education ("nostrification”) is regulated by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports and provided by the educational departments of regional authorities. In the case of Prague, the competent authority is Prague City Hall (Magistrát hl.m.Prahy). How to proceed?

      A certificate on the general recognition is valid for all universities. However, an applicant generally needs to be in the Czech Republic to apply in person and the process of recognition takes few months. If the content and scope of education at a foreign school partly differ, the Regional Authority shall order the applicant to sit a recognition examination.

      MORE INFORMATION

      Prague City Hall, Department of Education

      Mgr. Martin Fučík
      Jungmannova 29/35, 111 21 Praha 1
      martin.fucik@cityofprague.cz  
                  - more information here

      GENERAL RECOGNITION OF UNIVERSITY EDUCATION

      Bachelor and Master diplomas are recognized by public universities that provide a similar study programme. If you apply for a study at UCT Prague you can request the university to assess your previous higher education as a part of the admission process (please see APPLICANTS FOR MASTER/PhD STUDIES section) or apply for a general recognition valid for all Czech universities.

      You can submit the application for the recognition of a Bachelor or Master diploma to UCT Prague if your completed degree programme has a similar content as some of the degree programmes accredited at UCT Prague (Programmes catalogue and Fields of study catalogue). If not, you are advised to inquire which other public higher education institution in the Czech Republic (HEI) provides a study programme corresponding with your prior education in order to apply for the recognition.

      Please note:
      According to the administrative code, the applicant cannot require the recognition of the same higher education qualification from multiple public HEIs simultaneously. If the request is rejected by a university, the applicant can submit it to another HEI only after the rejection has become legally effective (i.e. after 15 days from receipt of the decision).

      In case of doubts, the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the CR appoints the respective university to assess the qualification, or makes the decision itself. The Ministry acts as an appellate body for rejected applications.

      HOW TO PROCEED?

      The procedure for the submission of an application for the general recognition of foreign higher education and qualifications is as follows:

      1. Before submitting an application, it is necessary to make certain that UCT Prague is authorised to process such an application (see Programmes catalogue and Fields of study catalogue) or please contact business.admission@vscht.cz (School of Business)
      2. The application form >must be printed and signed,
      3. Payment of CZK 3,000 fee, in accordance with the section 90a of Act No. 111/1998 Coll., on Higher Education Institutions (see payment instructions section),
      4. Attachment of all relevant documents (see attachments to application section),
      5. Application shall be sent or personally delivered to one of the following address:

        a) Applicants who intend to study at UCT Prague in the English language programmes

      University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague                                                                      
      Department of International Relations
      Technická 5, 166 28 Prague 6 – Dejvice
      Czech Republic                                                                      
      email: admissions@vscht.cz 
      tel. 220 443 158

       b) Applicants for recognition of foreign university education only(no studies at UCT intended):

      Mailing address:
      UCT Prague  (Petra Linhartová )                                                                         
      Department of Education and Human Sciences, Secretariat and Study department, Records office
      Technická 5, 166 28 Prague 6 – Dejvice
      Czech Republic                                                                      
      e-mail:petra1.linhartova@vscht.cz   
      tel.: 220 443 062;  220 443 818

      Personal delivery:
      UCT Prague                                                                        
      building B, Records office (Archive) BS114
      Technická 5, 166 28 Prague 6 – Dejvice
      Petra Linhartová, tel.: 220443062
      Office hours here

      ATTACHMENTS TO APPLICATION

      To obtain recognition of foreign education, kindly submit hard copies of the following documents:

      • a original or notary-certified copy of a diploma, a certificate or similar document on accomplishing the studies issued by the relevant high school/university abroad,
      • Notary-certified copy of a diploma supplement or a transcript of records,
      • Proof of the fee payment,
      • Completed and signed Application for the Recognition of Foreign Higher Education in the Czech Republic form,
      • Certified translations of all documents into Czech or English (where the original documents are not issued in Czech or English).

      You may be asked to submit following documents if necessary:

      • Certified written power of attorney, if submitted by a person other than the graduate,
      • Certified copy of a Marriage Certificate or a Judgment of Divorce or another document in case of a change of the name indicated on the Diploma,
      • Confirmation of the relevant secondary school abroad or any other authorised body in the respective country on the fact that the secondary school leaver of the foreign secondary school concerned is in the given country entitled to apply for a bachelor degree programme,
      • Document attesting to the fact that the programme of study was effectuated by an institution authorized to provide education comparable with university education under the Act on Higher Education Institutions, with a note of description of the foreign university course (e.g. a certificate of the university accreditation, certificate/licence regarding the accreditation of the programme/field of study, etc.).

      A list of certified translators (Czech only) is available on the Ministry of Justice of the Czech Republic website.  A list of public notaries (Czech only) is available on the website of the Notarial Chamber of the Czech Republic

      Verification of documents regarding the level of education

      UCT Prague requires, in accordance with the section 90, subsection 3 of Act No. 111/1998 Coll., on Higher Education Institutions, authentication of signatures and stamps on the original of certificates and diplomas.

      It's important that all the documents are verified in the country which issued them.

      The authentication requirements differ according to the international treaties applying to the country where the original document was issued. Countries (states) can be divided into three groups:

      • A as Apostille- For members of the Hague Convention the legalization proceeds by Apostille – an unified form of authentication of documents issued by the competent administrative body of the state in which the document was issued
      • - Verification is not required for documents issued in countries which are parties to a relevant international agreement abolishing the requirement of legalization for foreign public documents
      • L as Legalization/superlegalization- Unless the international agreement sets otherwise, the authenticity of signatures and stamps on the document must be verified by a two bodies:
        1. the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country, where institution which issued the document is based
        2. respective representative office of the Czech Republic (e.g. Embassy / Consulate) in the country where the institution which issued the document is based

      > List of countries

      PAYMENT INSTRUCTIONS
      • Bank transfer to UCT Prague account:

      Bank Name:                                     ČSOB, Banskobystrická 11, Prague 6

      Account number:                           130197294/0300

      IBAN:                                                  CZ58 0300 0000 0001 3019 7294

      SWIFT code:                                     CEKO CZ PP          

      Remittance information:          /VS/963826059

                                                                     /SS/ Full name as it appears in the passport or identity                                                                card followed by the date of birth in the format of                                                                DDMMYY                              

      The full payment of CZK 3,000 shall be transferred to UCT Prague bank account (any bank charges shall be covered by the applicant).

      •  Payment in cash in the Cash office of Finance department of UCT Prague:

      Cash office in Building B (Technická 3), 2ⁿᵈ floor, Room B 202

      Working hours: Mon – Fri 10.00 – 12.00

      Please note:  Due to the electronic entrance system, every applicant shall be accompanied by an employee of UCT Prague.

      Due to the epidemiological situation, office hours of the Cash office are limited.  For the payment please use the bank transfer option exclusively. Thank you for your understanding.

      APPLICATION PROCESSING TIME

      The deadlines for the proceedings are set by the general rules of administration procedures, i.e. 30 days since the delivery. In complex cases, the deadline can be extended by 30 more days. An applicant will receive information on the result of the assessment via email.

      MORE INFORMATION

       If it is found during the recognition proceeding that it is not within the scope of rector’s responsibility to make a decision on the request for recognition of foreign higher education, e.g. because UCT Prague does not provide a similar study programme, the fee is not charged, and, if already paid, will be returned to the applicant.

      There is no refund of the fee if the recognition proceeding is discontinued due to a deficient application (absence of documents necessary for assessing the application), and the applicant’s failure to remove the deficiency upon request. 

      There is no refund of the fee in case of rejection of the application due to substantial differences between the compared study programmes.

      In case the purpose of the recognition is not further study, the equality of the education will be assessed in accordance with the Agreement – if substantial differences between the compared study programmes are found, the rector may reject the application.

      APPEAL PROCEDURE

      Applicants are entitled to submit an appeal within 15 days upon receiving the decision. The appeal is submitted to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic through University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague (or, in general terms, through the institution that has issued the decision). The university will either allow the appeal in full, or passes it on to the Czech Ministry of Education no later than 30 days upon receipt of the appeal. The Ministry will then issue a final decision.


      Legislations governing the recognition of foreign education and qualifications

      1. Convention on the Recognition of Qualifications concerning Higher Education in the European Region signed on April 11, 1997, in Lisbon; published in Czech language in Collection of International Agreements No. 60/2000 Coll.
      2. International Agreements on mutual recognition of documents on education
      3. International Agreements on the authentication of public documents
      4. Act. No. 111/1998 Coll. on Higher Education Institutions and on Amendment to Other Acts, as amended - § 48, § 89, § 90, § 105, § 106
      5. Act No. 500/2004 Coll. on Administrative Procedure

       

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