Czech University of Life Sciences Prague
International Relations Office
Address: Kamýcká 129, Prague - Suchdol, 165 00, Czechia, EU
General information for incoming students
General contact email for incoming students
Coordinator for incoming students
Mr Ondřej Votinský, firstname.lastname@example.org, +420 704 870 118,
Coordinators for outgoing students
Mr Adam Vacek & Ms Radka Kalousová, email@example.com, +420 736 529 704
List of courses available for incoming students
The updated list for a certain academic year is available here: https://www.czu.cz/en/r-9190-international-relations/r-14521-incoming-exchange-and-erasmus-students
Online nomination! More details here: https://www.czu.cz/en/r-9190-international-relations/r-17445-general-information-regarding-incoming-students
For the first semester - May 15. For the second semester - 15 October.
The updated calendar is available here: https://www.czu.cz/en/r-9190-international-relations/r-14521-incoming-exchange-and-erasmus-students
Electronic signature (certificate)
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague fully supports digitalization. Our transcripts, and other documents, are signed by a qualified digital certificate which is the highest type of digital signature existing in the European Union. The qualified digital certificate is issued by an official trust service provider, and it fully complies with the eIDAS E.U. regulation which came into power in September 2018. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EIDAS)
Our digital certificates are provided by the Ministry of Interior of the Czech Republic through the state-owned company Česká pošta (=Czech Post), and the authority is PostSignum http://www.postsignum.cz//index.php?lang=en. This authority complies with all E.U. regulations.
See details on the website of the European Commission: https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/eu-trusted-lists-trust-service-providers.
More details about postsignum certification authority are available here: https://webgate.ec.europa.eu/tl-browser/#/tl/CZ/1.
The university credit system follows the European ECTS credit system. The average annual workload of a full-time student corresponds to 60 credits in every academic year, it makes 30 ECTS in one semester.
The maximum number of ECTS for Erasmus and non-Erasmus students is 35 per semester!
|C+Ex||course credit + examination|
|C||course credit (course is not concluded by examination and graded pass/fail only)|
|Czech Grade||ECTS Grade|
|1 – Excellent (excellent performance)||A|
|2 – Very Good (above the average standard but with some errors)||B|
|3 – Good (generally sound work with a number of notable errors)||D|
|4 – Failed (unsatisfactory performance)||F|
|Passed (students´ achievements in some courses are graded “passed” only, where student
has obtained a satisfactory level and the course is not concluded by examination)
|ECTS Grade||% of successful students
normally achieving the grade
|FX||-||FAIL – some more work is required before the credit can be awarded|
|F||-||FAIL – considerable further work is required|