Czech Technical University in Prague welcomes students from all over Europe who wish to spend a year or a semester studying at the oldest and one of the biggest technical institutes in Central Europe. With more than 350 agreements for Erasmus programme, CTU is an internationally acknowledged institution that offers a wide range of international study programmes, supports international research projects and participates actively in international networks and organizations.
Prague is a wonderful place to spend your Erasmus stay in: being a favorite tourist destination it is admired by millions of visitors every year for its historical beauty and unique atmosphere. Besides being the sixth most popular European city with international visitors, Prague also has a large international community. The city offers a great cultural life with a lot of museums, galleries, theaters, cinemas, music clubs and countless historical sights and of course, the best beer in the world!
How to apply
- If you wish to become an Erasmus student at CTU in Prague, you must be nominated by your university. Therefore, you must first contact your LLP – Erasmus coordinator.
- The second step is the on-line registration. The on-line registration is obligatory, even if you had filled in the paper forms. Please register here: https://mobility.cvut.cz/registration/
- Make sure your forms are delivered in time as late applications may be rejected and are also the last ones to be considered for accommodation at the university dormitories.
- Copies signed by the home university must reach (mailed, faxed or e-mailed) the contact person for incoming students, Mrs. Lucie Bilova (Lucie.Bilova@cvut.cz)
Taking part of your degree abroad is, probably, the best you can do for your life and career. Studying abroad is a valuable life experience and the growing mobility of students makes it easier to start your career in another country or continent if you wish to do so. The international experience is valued by employers everywhere around the world; moreover, studying abroad may help you find inspiration for your further specialization or even your theses.
Czech Technical University in Prague has more than 150 bilateral agreements on cooperation with foreign universities. CTU is an internationally acknowledged institution that offers a wide range of international study programmes, supports international research projects and participates actively in international networks and organizations.
How to apply
- If you wish to come to study at CTU in Prague as an Exchange student, your university must officially nominate you. In the first instance, therefore, you must contact your LLP – Exchange coordinator.
- Remember that forms must be delivered in time. Late applications may be rejected, and late applicants will be last in line for accommodation in university dormitories.
- Copies signed by the home university must reach (mailed, faxed, e-mailed) the contact person for incoming students, Mrs. Lucie Bilova (Lucie.Bilova@cvut.cz)
Deadline for Winter Semester and whole Academic Year
Exchange students with Non-EU Citizenship: March 31
Erasmus students with EU citizenship: April 30
Deadline for Spring Semester
Exchange students with Non-EU citizenship: October 31
Erasmus students with EU citizenship: November 30
The mailing address is:
Mrs. Lucie Bílová International Office of CTU in Prague Zikova 4 166 36 Praha 6 Czech Republic
For further information about the application process, courses offered for Erasmus students as a prospective student of CTU in Prague visit international office´s information for incoming students.
If you are current Erasmus student at CTU in Prague you may also visit the helpful information prepared for you by the international office.
While studying at the oldest and one of the biggest technical universities in Central Europe you can:
- Get a unique life experience, one only gets by living abroad
- Choose from many interesting courses taught in English and get new inspiration for your future career
- Meet new people and expand your business connections
- Enjoy Prague student life and the support of student organizations aimed at providing help to international students
- Travel around Europe from the best spot you can choose: the center
- Learn a new language or improve your current language skills.
- Live independently at moderate costs that are still lower than in other Western European countries
- Enjoy a metropolis where the modern and well-organized systems meet hundreds of years of history and a magical atmosphere of the streets than Franz Kafka once walked and where Miloš Forman filmed in his Amadeus