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The aim of a bachelor study programme at CTU is to provide students with the knowledge, skills and experience needed in order to continue into further linked study programmes at a higher level, or to be ready to work in a specialized workplace. The standard length of a study programme is 3 years, and in some cases 3.5 or 4 years. These programmes can be studied in a full-time or part-time form.

Bachelor graduates have the required theoretical knowledge and practical skills to perform technical functions in industry, institutions, schools, commerce and services. They are also well prepared for further studies.

The composition of the courses meets the highest European education quality requirements for the qualifications of graduates. Every bachelor study programme is accredited with the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, and is in accordance with the European education requirements based on the Bologna process.

If you decide to take a bachelor study programme at one of our faculties, it is necessary to make an application within the faculty’s deadline, submit confirmation that you have passed the state secondary school examination (or equivalent), submit documentary evidence that fees and charges have been paid, and fulfill the faculty’s requirements for the application procedures.

Graduates of an appropriate bachelor study programme usually very soon find employment in the field of engineering that they have studied, where the entrance salary levels are above the national average level. Many students receive well-paid offers of jobs even before they graduate.

The accredited study programmes and fields of study presented here are not necessarily offered every academic year.
Further information is given on the web pages of the Faculties, under Admission Procedures for the coming academic year.

  • Code of the study programme::
    B - bachelors’s study programme
  • Forms of studies:
    P – full-time (face-to-face) studies
    D – distance studies
    K – part-time studies (including a distance-study element)
    A – study programmes/ study profiles delivered in English language
    R – study programmes/study profiles delivered in Russian language
  • Abbreviations for faculties and institutes:
    FSv – Faculty of Civil Engineering
    FS – Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
    FEL – Faculty of Electrical Engineering
    FJFI – Faculty of Nuclear and Physical Engineering
    FA – Faculty of Architecture
    FD – Faculty of Transportation Sciences
    FBMI – Faculty of Biomedical Engineering
    FIT – Faculty of Information Technologies
    MÚVS – Masaryk Institute of Advanced Studies
  • Other abbreviations:
    KKOV - Classification of basic fields of study
    KEN - Coefficient of economic demandingness (reflecting how expensive it is to provide the study programme)
    SDS - Standard length of the study programme

 

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