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This webpage is intended for graduates of UCT Prague. Here you can register in the Alumni database, view defended theses or get copies of your lost or destroyed documents about your studies.

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Counselling and Career Centre UCT Prague

We offer students and graduates counselling, psychological counselling, soft skills workshops and job offers.

 

Alumni Club

The Alumni Club of the UCT Prague, brings together alumni and friends of the University. It strives to create a mutual communication platform between the school, alumni and current students. The club offers alumni meetings and lectures by successful alumni. 

 

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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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Current covid-19 restrictions

Right now, there are no restrictions at UCT Prague in place in connection with COVID-19.

Wearing respirators

The obligation to wear respirators on all UCT Prague premises has been abolished starting March 28, 2022. Students and employees are still encouraged to follow basic hygiene rules, keep as much distance from others as possible, and not come to campus if you are suffering from a respiratory illness. Considerate behaviour towards other colleagues is an essential tool in preventing restrictive epidemiological measures.

In the event that a student becomes ill with covid-19 or is officially ordered into quarantine at a time when he/she is supposed to fulfill his/her study obligations, he/she must immediately notify the dean's office.

If employees have any COVID-19 symptoms, we kindly ask them not stay at work but switch to working from home after discussing their situation with manager or contact a doctor. In order to track the number of those infected, if employees fall ill with COVID-19 (detected using a self-test kit, testing at a doctor’s office, or at another test site), we ask them to send this information immediately by email to: testcovid@vscht.cz.

COVID-19 testing at UCT

Mandatory testing of employees at their place of employment has ended.

Details of terminated testing

On February 18, 2022, mandatory testing of employees at their place of employment has ended. From February 19, 2022, only doctors can approve sick leave. People who are exposed to others with COVID-19 will no longer have a mandatory quarantine period, and contact tracing will be terminated.

Travelling abroad

Follow the instruction on covid.gov.cz.

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.

Study restriction - winter examination period 2021-22

Details

UCT Prague’s leadership has decided that the following rules and regulations will apply to the upcoming examination period:

  • Mandatory use of respirators by employers and students inside university buildings still applies
  • We recommend limiting auditorium capacities to 50% during lectures
  • The form of examination is in the purview of subject guarantors, who are obliged to inform students about the form of an exam in advance. In-person examination is preferred
  • Auditoriums will be regularly disinfected and we also recommend frequent ventilation
  • If the pandemic situation does not worsen, the examination period will not be extended

Please note that the university’s leadership is closely monitoring the situation in relation to the new Omicron variant and is ready to react quickly and adjust the rules if necessary. As in the past, any restrictions will continue to be tied to government, ministry, and health station regulations. Therefore, please stay tuned to your email inboxes and the university website, where you will be informed of any changes as soon as possible.

Study restriction - update from November 18 (in force from Nov 22)

Details

With regard to the unfavourable development of the pandemic, the university leadership has issued the following preventive recommendations with the aim of maintaining laboratory, practical, and project instruction in in-person form and, at the same time, to enable the examination period to proceed in in-person form.

Doctoral studies

Starting November 22, 2021, until further notice, doctoral students may, in agreement with their supervisor and departmental head, conduct part of their research activities in “home office” form. Upon agreement with students, doctoral instruction can be converted into hybrid or online forms.

Master studies

Starting November 22, 2021, until further notice, the university management is allowing the heads of departments and study program guarantors to switch to online forms of education as a substitute for lectures and exercises taught in lecture halls and classrooms, taking into account the possible health risks to instructors and students. Moving to the online form must be in accordance with the schedule and related subjects on a given day, and must not interfere with instructional schedules, if the subject is part of several study programs. The decision to move to online instruction is the responsibility of the guarantor of the study program in agreement with the head of the department, and students must be informed about the transition in advance. In-person student examinations are possible when maintaining a maximum number of 10 people in a room.

Bachelor studies

Instruction will continue in in-person form without any changes.

ATTENTION:

In the event of an acute worsening of the epidemic situation at UCT Prague, the above recommendations for Master and doctoral studies will become mandatory.

At the same time, the following measures concerning Bachelor studies would also also enter into force:

  • 2nd and 3rd year students: by the end of the instructional part of the winter semester (December 17, 2021), lectures and exercises taking place in lecture rooms and classrooms would be completely transferred to online form. Laboratory, practical, and project instruction would not be affected by this measure.
  • 1st years: teaching would continue in in-person form without any changes.
  • Student examinations would be possible in person when maintaining a maximum number of 10 people in a room.

The implementation of these measures may take place very quickly if the situation worsens, within 72 hours after a decision by the university leadership. Therefore, please be prepared for this possible variant.

Study restriction - update from October 25

Obligation to wear a respirator

In connection with the deteriorating epidemiological situation, I would like to draw your attention to the emergency measure of the Ministry of Health (15757/2020 - 60/MIN/KAN from October 22, 2021), which is effective starting October 25, 2021.

According to this measure, the use of protective equipment indoors is required, notably:

  • Respirators must be used in all rooms unless the employee is alone in a room or maintain a distance of at least 1.5 metres from other employees.
  • “Respirator” means a protective device that meets at least all technical conditions and requirements, including a filtration efficiency of at least 94%, according to relevant standards (e.g., FFP2, KN 95). Therefore, ordinary face masks or other face covers cannot be used.
  • At UCT Prague it is still necessary to wear respirators in common areas, auditoriums, and classrooms at UCT Prague.
  • Respective exceptions in connection with instructional activities continue to apply - Wearing respirators does not apply to lecturers if a safe distance from students is possible in auditoriums, and, in selected laboratories, for work safety reasons as well as during physical education instruction. The obligation to use respirators during laboratory instruction will be regulated by laboratory guarantors. During exams, if a distance of at least 1.5 m is maintained, there is no obligation to use respirators.

At the same time, we would like to point out that employees can, through the managers of their departments and faculties, request the provision of respirators from the stock of the central warehouse.

Study restriction - information valid from the begining of winter semester 2021/22

Details

With the Winter Semester, the new 2021/2022 UCT Prague Academic Year is starting on Monday, September 13, so we would like to remind you about the current COVID-19 restrictions.

1) Instruction will take place in-person.

2) Wearing respirators without an exhalation valve and with a filtration efficiency of at least 94% according to the relevant standards (or a similar device meeting these technical conditions and requirements) is mandatory in public indoor areas, auditoriums, and classrooms at UCT Prague. Wearing respirators does not apply to lecturers if a safe distance from students is possible in auditoriums, and, in selected laboratories, for work safety reasons as well as during physical education instruction. The obligation to use respirators during laboratory instruction will be regulated by laboratory guarantors. During exams, if a distance of at least 1.5 m is maintained, there is no obligation to use respirators.

3) “Vaccinated, tested, recovered,” (VTR; “OTN” in Czech) regimes will not be required in common areas, auditoriums, or classrooms, but you must wear respirators in these areas and not to enter UCT Prague buildings if you have symptoms of respiratory disease. VTR regimes will be required for admission to laboratory instruction for the first two teaching weeks of the semester. After this period, VTR regimes will be replaced by measuring individual’s temperatures at the entrance to laboratories (additional information for instructors and heads of departments - thermometers will be provided by the Rector’s Office).

4) Each time when you enter practical training sessions and laboratories, you must sign the attendance lists due to possible contact tracing later.

5) UCT Prague closed its own test site for students and employees in June 2021 and does not currently plan to reopen it.

Of course, the above regulations may change over time depending on the status of the epidemic and regulations provided by the national government, its ministries, or the health department.


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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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UCT Prague is a research university primarily focused on technical chemistry, chemical and biochemical technologies, material and chemical engineering, food science, and environmental science. Its cutting-edge facilities and equipment together, with an impressive scientific and research profile, make it an ideal training ground for the managerial, R&D, and public sector leaders of the future.

UCT Prague has four faculties. Its competitive edge lies in its unique “weaving together” of teaching activities with the highest-quality basic and applied research. Across UCT Prague, scientific teams are intensively involved in various national and international cooperative R&D efforts. The Project Centre provides methodological and administrative support to researchers submitting project applications and managing funded projects.

UCT Prague considers the commercialisation of applied research to be an important part of its mission. For that reason, UCT Prague’ss Research and Technology Transfer Office offers researchers support, contributing to extending valourisation of scientific outputs and pursuing the quest for new collaborative partners in applied settings. In 2015, UCT Prague opened Technopark Kralupy, a science and technology hub focused on chemistry for building construction applications, materials engineering, and related fields. The Technopark plays an essential role in UCT Prague’s technology transfer efforts and strategies.

The Research and Technology Transfer Office facilitates internal grants for researchers and students, offers opportunities to compete in prestigious research competitions, and promotes active engagement and participation in student conferences.

UCT Prague is an attractive institution for young scientists and early career researchers, and the Project Centre actively supports hosting and mentoring ECRs, e.g. as part of Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions. Here, ECRs can apply for a prestigious start-up grant, the Dagmar Procházková Fund, in order to create their own UCT Prague research groups. Postdoctoral fellows at UCT Prague receive extensive international mobility support for broadening their research horizons.

UCT Prague is actively involved in global scientific efforts and is continuously expanding and deepening its collaborations with partners around the world. The basic pillars of these activities include scientific research projects, inter-university cooperation memoranda, and Erasmus+ agreements. UCT Prague additionally creates and accredits joint study programmes with universities abroad.

Paving the way for the European Commission’s HR Excellence in Research Award, UCT Prague is committed to creating collegial working conditions, supporting continuous professional development, and transparent hiring procedures. The Personnel Department co-creates facilities for employees together with the Welcome Centre, which supports employees arriving from abroad, from assisting with the visa process to answering questions about everyday life in Prague. In its determination to be an attractive and welcoming institution for all employees and students, UCT Prague has created a Gender Equality Plan, an executive action initiative.

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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    
747 Conference Center
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
955 Project Centre
961 Rector's Secretariat    
962 Bursar's Secretariat    
963 Department of Education    
965 Research and Technology Transfer Office    
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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Vice-rector for external relationship and communication

prof. Dr. Ing. Michaela Rumlová

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b Michaela.Rumlova@vscht.cz
e +420 220 444 177

Head of the Department

Bc. Filip Faltejsek

designated Head of Department in the absence of Mgr. Žilíková

b Filip.Faltejsek@vscht.cz
e +420 220 444 456

 

Student mobility, Staff Business Travel

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economist, staff foreign business travels (advances), payment of conference fees

b Sarka.Zavadilova@vscht.cz
e +420 220 443 897

Mgr. Adéla Habartová

Incoming exchange students: ERASMUS+, CEEPUS, AKTION, short-term freemover;  Erasmus KA107 - international credit mobility

b Adela.Habartova@vscht.cz
e +420 220 443 159

Bc. Lenka Polanská

Outgoing students within the programs: ERASMUS+ , MOBI, ATHENS, CEEPUS, AKTION

b Lenka.Polanska@vscht.cz
e +420 220 444 309

Ing. Lenka Balíková

Foreign self-financing students, Erasmus MUNDUS

b Lenka.Balikova@vscht.cz
+420 220 443 158

 

International Staff Mobility Coordinators:  

Ing. Anna Mittnerová

international staff, advisory in the field of social security, health insurance and income taxes for foreigners and outgoing employees, Projekt/ Project MŠMT INTER-EXCELLENCE,LTI19 PRADIP, “Průvodce Administrativou pro Internacionální Pracovníky v akademickém prostředí" (Guidelines to Administrative Issues for International Workers in the Academic Environment)                                         

Room: (B)S09 (MAP)

 Anna.Mittnerova@vscht.cz  

b Welcome@vscht.cz

   +420 220 443 675

 

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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.

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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) 2021 – 2027

The University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague (UCT Prague) is a renowned institution with the reputation of being a centre of premier education and research in the fields of technical chemistry, chemical and biochemical technologies, material and chemical engineering, food chemistry, and environmental studies, not only in the Czech Republic but in the whole Central European region.

The mission of UCT Prague is to educate its students to become either top-performing professionals for industry, government or excellent scientists contributing to strengthening the European Union's global competitiveness by developing a knowledge-based, innovative, and environmentally sustainable economy. The integral part of the mission is the active promotion of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) to the public and especially aimed to spark the interest of the young generation in STEM. The same importance is assigned to the promotion of the values of democracy, openness, tolerance, education, and culture in our society. To accomplish its mission, the UCT Prague institutional strategy calls for all activities of the UCT Prague to be aimed at profiling the institution as the leading research-oriented university focused on a high-quality basic and applied research with an outstanding international reputation and commits UCT Prague to advance values of equal opportunities and to support the diversity of its students and staff.

The priority objectives (based on the UCT Prague Institutional Strategy) are:

1) Modernisation of the UCT Prague education system to increase quality and efficiency of study

Providing high-quality education is the cornerstone of any educational provider. The education offer should cater to the needs of industry and economy as well as to societal demand. Innovative curriculum development will have to be employed. New teaching delivery methods should be devised, including virtual and blended. Continue in the activity of the development of e-learning and other innovative electronic tools for accredited study programmes to streamline teaching and to achieve better learning outcomes. Use in teaching modern methods of project teaching and sharing of pedagogical capacities and infrastructure with other top workplaces at universities and in the industrial area.

2) Cultural learning of participants and creation of European Education Area

Raising participants' awareness and understanding of other cultures and countries, offering them the opportunity to build networks of international contacts, to actively participate in society and develop a sense of European citizenship and identity. Support activities that will lead towards the creation of European Education Area.

3) Development of key competences of students and strengthening their employability

The employability of graduates is one of the most important metrics for students to compare when choosing a higher-education institution to study. The employability of graduates is increased when they possess key competences, so-called "soft-skills", command a good level of a widely spoken foreign language (ideally two), and had practical experience from industry or business – which every student should acquire during his/her studies at UCT Prague. One of the best ways how to obtain all three is take part in mobility.

4) Effective internationalization of UCT Prague

Internationalization – the long-term objective of UCT Prague is active involvement in the international integration of higher-education and growth of cooperation on the international level in research and education with both European and non-European institutions. International cooperation in research and education is an essential condition for their further development the institution. Student and staff mobility, both outgoing and incoming, creation and implementation of joint study programs, internationalization of all areas of university life will help create an inspiring and stimulating environment at UCT Prague, where new ideas are born.

Subobjective 1 – Promotion of two-way mobility of students and staff

Continuation of promoting two-way mobility of students and staff, including in new formats, such as blended mobility, to help students and staff gain international experience and contacts for the future involvement of students and staff in international projects, creation and modification of study programmes or teaching in a foreign language.

Subobjective 2 – Support of development of Internationalisation at home

Inclusion the international and intercultural dimension into the study programs. Support activities that will help students and staff develop intercultural skills and support international understanding and will effectively support the international character of the university in a globalized world.

Conclusion

The vision is to utilize Erasmus+ Programme to help UCT Prague to accomplish its objectives and to strengthen UCT Prague position on the international level by enabling it to engage in cooperation with institutions within European Education Area as well as outside of it, what would not be otherwise possible at such extent. UCT Prague views the Erasmus+ Programme as an effective tool how to elevate its institutional quality and achieve institutional policy objectives that would otherwise take considerably longer time-period or were even impossible for institution of UCT Prague size and capacity. The participation in the Erasmus+ Programme is therefore an integral part of the internationalisation and modernisation strategy of UCT Prague.

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Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2014 – 2020

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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The Recognition of Foreign Education is a process of verifying that the education level which you have completed abroad is equal to the education level required for studying at a university in the Czech Republic.

The Recognition of Foreign Education is an indispensable requirement for admission to the studies at UCT Prague.

Contact details:
Applicants for a study at UCT Prague please contact admissions@vscht.cz (Chemical Programmes) or business.admission@vscht.cz  (School of Business) for guidance if needed.

Explanatory notes:

  • Notary-certified copy = An official certified copy identical to the original. It is provided by a Notary Public and confirmed with an official stamp.
    Why is a notary-certified copy required? UCT Prague must keep the documents archived for 45 years; therefore, if you send us an original document, we cannot return it back to you. Do not provide originals of your documents to anyone as you may need them for other matters during your life. 
  • Authentication: Apostille / Superlegalization = Apostille or Superlegalization is a process of verification that the signatures and stamps on the document are genuine. This process is a mandatory requirement in case of certain countries, and the documents are incomplete without this verification.

APPLICANTS FOR BACHELOR STUDIES

When filling in the online application for the studies, you need to choose one of the below-stated options of the Recognition of Foreign Education:

A) A Document Deemed Automatically Equivalent Without Any Further Administrative Procedure

The Recognition of Graduation Certificates issued in the following countries: Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, and Slovenia is proceeded automatically without any further administrative proceedings. 

Please note that as per requirements of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, a notary-certified copy of a Graduation Certificate and Transcript of Records with a translation to the Czech language needs to be provided to UCT Prague.

B) A Document Proving the Awarding of a European Baccalaureate

European Baccalaureate diplomas issued by International high schools are recognized without any further administrative procedure.

Please note that as per requirements of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, a notary-certified copy of a Graduation Certificate and Transcript of Records with a translation to the Czech language needs to be provided to UCT Prague.

C) A Foreign Document Concerning a Foreign Secondary Education

As UCT is a holder of institutional accreditation, the Recognition of foreign education can be processed as a part of the admission procedure.

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.

Fee: CZK 800,-
Validity: Only at UCT Prague

HOW TO PROCEED?

  1. Make a notary-certified copy of the original Graduation Certificate and of the Transcript of Records (the copy must be identical to the original and confirmed by a Notary Public)
  2. Authenticate the stamps and signatures on the notary-certified copy of the Graduation Certificate and the Transcript of Records
    Authentication of Documents

    In accordance with section 90, subsection 3 of Act No. 111/1998 Coll., on Higher Education Institutions, UCT Prague requires authentication of signatures and stamps on the documents. The authentication must be provided in the country where the documents have been issued!

    The authentication requirements differ according to the international treaties applying to the country where the original document was issued. The list of the countries and required authentication methods is to be found here.

    The authentication methods are:

    1. B – Authentication is not required for documents issued in countries that are parties to a relevant international agreement abolishing the requirement of legalization for foreign public documents
    2. 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
    3. L as Legalization/super-legalization – Unless the international agreement sets otherwise, the authenticity of signatures and stamps on the document must be verified by two bodies:
      1. the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country, where the 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

  3. If the Graduation Certificate and the Transcript of Records are not issued in the English language, make a certified translation to the English or Czech language by a certified (court) translator
    (Note that some Embassies may require translation to the Czech language, we advise obtaining a translation to the Czech language.)

  4. Ask the certified translator to firmly attach the translation to the notary-certified copy of the Certificate and the Transcript of Records
  5. Send a scan of the notary-certified copy of the Graduation Certificate and Transcript of Records with the authentication (Apostille/Superlegalization), and with the translation to the Czech or English language to the email admissions@vscht.cz for confirmation whether they are correct

  6. Pay the fee of CZK 800,- 
    Payment Details

    Recognition Fee

    CZK 800,-

    Recipient Information

    University of Chemistry and Technology Prague,
    Technická 5, Prague 6, 166 28, Czech Republic

    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 the UCT Prague bank account. Any bank charges shall be covered by the applicant.


  7. Send payment confirmation to the email admissions@vscht.cz 

  8. Once confirmed by UCT Prague that the documents are correct, send the notary-certified copy of the Graduation Certificate and Transcript of Records with the translation to the Czech or English language with the authentication (Apostille/Superlegalization) by mail to the address:

Department of International Relations
VŠCHT – University of Chemistry and Technology Prague   
Technická 5, 166 28 Prague 6 – Dejvice
Czech Republic

We advise sending the documents by mail only after confirmation by UCT Prague that your documents are correct, it will save you time and money!

Note

You may be asked to submit the 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 authorized 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.

D) A Document Proving General Recognition of the Equivalence or Validity of Foreign Secondary Education = "Nostrification"

The General Recognition of Foreign 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). 

Fee: CZK 3.000,-
Validity: At all universities in the Czech Republic

The information about the process is to be found here:

The applicant generally needs to be in the Czech Republic to apply in person and the process of recognition takes a few months. If the curriculum and scope of education at a foreign school partly differ, the Regional Authority may order the applicant to sit a recognition examination.

Contact Details

Mgr. Martin Fučík
Prague City Hall, Department of Education
Jungmannova 29/35, 111 21 Praha 1
martin.fucik@cityofprague.cz  

APPLICANTS FOR MASTER/PhD STUDIES

When filling in the online application for the studies, you need to choose one of the below stated options of the Recognition of Foreign Education:

A) A Document Concerning a Foreign Higher Education Which Is Automatically Equivalent Without Any Further Administrative Procedures 

The Recognition of Diplomas issued in the following countries: Slovakia, Poland, Hungary, Germany, and Slovenia is proceeded automatically without any further administrative proceedings. 

 Please note that as per requirements of the Ministry of Education Youth and Sports, a notary-certified copy of a Diploma and Diploma Supplement with a translation to the Czech language needs to be provided to UCT Prague.

B) A Foreign Document Concerning a Foreign Higher Education 

As UCT is a holder of institutional accreditation, the Recognition of foreign education can be processed as a part of the admission procedure.

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.

Fee: CZK 800,-
Validity: Only at UCT Prague

HOW TO PROCEED?

  1. Make a notary-certified copy of the Diploma and Diploma supplement (the copy must be identical to the original and confirmed by a Notary Public)

  2. Authenticate the stamps and signatures on the notary-certified copy of the Diploma and the Diploma Supplement
    Authentication of Documents

    In accordance with section 90, subsection 3 of Act No. 111/1998 Coll., on Higher Education Institutions, UCT Prague requires authentication of signatures and stamps on the documents. The authentication must be provided in the country where the documents have been issued!

    The authentication requirements differ according to the international treaties applying to the country where the original document was issued. The list of the countries and required authentication methods is to be found here.

    The authentication methods are:

    1. B – Authentication is not required for documents issued in countries that are parties to a relevant international agreement abolishing the requirement of legalization for foreign public documents
    2. 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
    3. L as Legalization/super-legalization – Unless the international agreement sets otherwise, the authenticity of signatures and stamps on the document must be verified by two bodies:
      1. the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country, where the 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

  3. If the Diploma and the Diploma Supplement are not issued in the English language, make a certified translation to the English or Czech language by a certified (court) translator
    (Note that some Embassies may require translation to the Czech language, we advise obtaining a translation to the Czech language.)

  4. Ask the certified translator to firmly attach the translation to the notary-certified copy of the Diploma and the Diploma Supplement 

  5. Send a scan of the Diploma and the Diploma supplement with the authentication and the translation to the English or Czech language to the email admissions@vscht.cz

  6. Pay the fee of CZK 800,- 
    Payment Information

    Recognition Fee

    CZK 800,-

    Recipient Information

    University of Chemistry and Technology Prague,
    Technická 5, Prague 6, 166 28, Czech Republic

    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 the UCT Prague bank account. Any bank charges shall be covered by the applicant.

  7. Send payment confirmation to the email admissions@vscht.cz

  8. Once confirmed by UCT Prague that the documents are correct, send the notary-certified copy of the Diploma and the Diploma Supplement with the translation to the Czech or English language with the authentication (Apostille/Superlegalization) by mail to the address:

Department of International Relations
VŠCHT – University of Chemistry and Technology Prague   
Technická 5, 166 28 Prague 6 – Dejvice
Czech Republic

We advise sending the documents by mail only after confirmation by UCT Prague that your documents are correct, it will save you time and money!

Note

You may be asked to submit the 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,
  • The 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 the description of the foreign university course (e.g. a certificate of the university accreditation, certificate/license regarding the accreditation of the programme/field of study, etc.).

C) A Document Proving General Recognition of Foreign Higher Education

The Recognition of a Foreign Bachelor's or Master's Diploma can be processed by UCT Prague if the degree programme completed abroad has a similar curriculum as a degree programme accredited at UCT Prague. The syllabus of the UCT Prague study programmes is to be found here: https://akreditace.vscht.cz/.

If the curriculum differs, you are advised to inquire which other public Higher Education Institution in the Czech Republic (HEI) provides a study programme corresponding to your prior education in order to apply for the Recognition at that institution.

Fee: CZK 3.000,-
Validity: At all universities in the Czech Republic

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 appoint 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?

  1. Before submitting an application, it is necessary to make certain that UCT Prague is authorized to process such an application, see Programmes catalogue, or please contact business.admission@vscht.cz (School of Business applicants)

  2. Print and sign the Application Form >

  3. Make a notary-certified copy of the Diploma and Diploma supplement (the copy must be identical to the original and confirmed by a Notary Public)

  4. Authenticate the stamps and signatures on the notary-certified copy of the Diploma and the Diploma Supplement
    Authentication of Documents

    In accordance with section 90, subsection 3 of Act No. 111/1998 Coll., on Higher Education Institutions, UCT Prague requires authentication of signatures and stamps on the documents. The authentication must be provided in the country where the documents have been issued!

    The authentication requirements differ according to the international treaties applying to the country where the original document was issued. The list of the countries and required authentication methods is to be found here.

    The authentication methods are: 

    1. B – Authentication is not required for documents issued in countries that are parties to a relevant international agreement abolishing the requirement of legalization for foreign public documents
    2. 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
    3. L as Legalization/super-legalization – Unless the international agreement sets otherwise, the authenticity of signatures and stamps on the document must be verified by two bodies:
      1. the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country, where the 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

  5. If the Diploma and the Diploma Supplement are not issued in the English language, make a certified translation to the English or Czech language by a certified (court) translator
    (Note that some Embassies may require translation to the Czech language, we advise obtaining a translation to the Czech language.)

  6. Ask the certified translator to firmly attach the translation to the notary-certified copy of the Diploma and the Diploma Supplement 

  7. Send a scan of the notary-certified copy of the Diploma and the Diploma Supplement with the authentication (Apostille/Superlegalization) and with the translation to the Czech or English language to the email admissions@vscht.cz for confirmation whether they are correct

  8. Pay the fee of CZK 3.000,- in accordance with the section 90a of Act No. 111/1998 Coll., on Higher Education Institutions
    Payment Information

    Recognition Fee

    CZK 3.000,-

    Recipient Information

    University of Chemistry and Technology Prague,
    Technická 5, Prague 6, 166 28, Czech Republic

    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: Date of birth in the format of DDMMYY

     

    Information: Full name as it appears in the passport/identity card

    The full payment of CZK 3000,- shall be transferred to the UCT Prague bank account. Any bank charges shall be covered by the applicant.

  9. Once confirmed by UCT Prague that the documents are correct, send the Application Form and the notary-certified copy of the Diploma and the Diploma Supplement with the translation to the Czech or English language with the authentication (Apostille/Superlegalization) by mail to the address:

Department of International Relations
VŠCHT – University of Chemistry and Technology Prague   
Technická 5, 166 28 Prague 6 – Dejvice
Czech Republic

APPLICANTS FOR RECOGNITION OF FOREIGN UNIVERSITY EDUCATION ONLY 

(No Studies at UCT Intended)

The Recognition of a Foreign Bachelor's or Master's Diploma can be processed by UCT Prague if the degree programme completed abroad has a similar curriculum as a degree programme accredited at UCT Prague. The syllabus of the UCT Prague study programmes is to be found here: https://akreditace.vscht.cz/.

If the curriculum differs, you are advised to inquire which other  (HEI) provides a study programme corresponding to your prior education in order to apply for the Recognition at that institution.

Fee: CZK 3.000,-
Validity: At all universities in the Czech Republic

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 appoint 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?

Follow the same steps as stated in the section Applicants for Master/PhD Studies part C) A Document Proving General Recognition of Foreign Higher Education. 

Send the documents to the address: 

Mrs. Petra Linhartová
Department of Education and Human Sciences, Secretariat and Study Department, Records office
VŠCHT – University of Chemistry and Technology Prague   
Technická 5, 166 28 Prague 6 – Dejvice
Czech Republic

e-mail:petra1.linhartova@vscht.cz   
tel.: 220 443 062;  220 443 818

APPLICATION PROCESSING TIME

The deadlines for the proceedings are set by the general rules of administrative 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 the 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 of receiving the decision. The appeal is submitted to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic through the 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 the 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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 Dormitories/Halls of Residence

UCT Prague offers to international students limited accommodation in dormitories located in the southern part of Prague, in the district of Chodov.

There are two buildings, Sázava and Volha, which offer either double or triple rooms. Two neighboring rooms share a bathroom, a toilet, and a small corridor with a fridge. They are equipped with basic furniture.

International students living in the dormitories do not need to register with the Foreign Police to announce their arrival in the Czech Republic; this is taken care of by the Administration of UCT Prague Facilities.

 

Important information

Exchange students must send their Application for Accommodation to the Halls of Residence accommodation office (erasmus.accom@vscht.cz) by given application deadlines.

Please obey the Accommodation Rules for the academic year 2022/2023

Sázava: Chemická (Ekonomická) 952, 148 28 Praha 4 – Kunratice
Volha: K Verneráku 950, 148 28 Praha 4 – Kunratice

  • Please check the website about the UCT Prague dormitory where you can find all the essential information. 

 

 Off-Campus Living


If you wish to stay closer to the university and prefer a privacy, you can search for a private flat. When looking for a flat in Prague, be careful about the fake offers. We higly suggest not to pay anything before actually seeing the flat and signing a contract. We reccomend to read articles about the issues, e.g. here or here.

UCT Prague does not collaborate with any of the listed accommodation provider, therefore, the quality of the room offer cannot be guaranteed.

Please note you will need to register your place of residence with the Foreign Police.

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Please note that the capacities might be limited:

The Fizz Holešovice, Prague 7

STUDENT HOUSE BOTIC - K Botiči 1349/5, Praha 10

TVM Tower - Kutilova 3061/2, Praha 12

Student Room Flat

Expats in Prague

Erasmus in Prague

For Students

HOTELSPRAGUE.CZ

Happy House Rentals

EU students in Private Residences

If you are from the EU and will not live in Volha or Sázava, you are obliged to register at the Foreign Police office within 30 days of your arrival if your stay in the Czech Republic exceeds 30 days.

 

Non-EU Students in Private Residences

All non-EU students who do not live in Volha or Sázava must register at the Czech Foreign Police within 3 days after their arrival. This duty also applies to those visa students who are due to pick up their long-term or permanent residence permits in the Czech Republic.

 

 Canteens

Students can have breakfast, lunch and/or dinner in the Residence Volha canteen.

There are also a number of canteens close to UCT Prague, including:

  • Menza Studentský dům ("red canteen"): Bílá 2571/6, Praha 6
  • Menza Masarykova kolej: Thákurova 1, Praha 6
  • Technická Menza ("blue canteen"): Jugoslávských partyzánů 1580, 160 00 Praha 6

UCT Student Card holders can purchase meals in these canteens with a student discount.

 

 Medical care

Please ready everyting regarding the medical care here.

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