The application must be filled in electronically. It must contain the prescribed requirements and also name one selected study programme for the subsequent Master's course of study:
- Agri-food Systems and Rural Development (ASRD)
- Wildlife and Livestock Production, Management and Conservation (WLPMC)
- Tropical Crop Management and Ecology (TCME)
- International Development and Agricultural Economics (IDAE)
- Tropical Forestry and Agroforestry (TFA)
- Tropical Farming Systems (TFS)
In addition to a duly completed application, a handling fee of 500, - CZK shall be paid, via payment card (Information on this can be found in the application form in the electronic information system.), by bank transfer, by post or personally at the cash desk of the Study and Information Centre of the CULS. The payment must include the following information:
Account number: 500022222/0800
Account name: Česká zemědělská univerzita v Praze
Address of the account holder: Kamýcká 129, 165 00 Prague 6 - Suchdol, Czech Republic, EU
Name of the bank: Česká spořitelna, a.s.
Address of the bank: Česká spořitelna a.s., Budějovická 1518/13b, Prague 4 - 140 00, Czech Republic
Variable symbol (to be included with foreign payments): 5175000119
Specific symbol: application number
Transfer post office: Prague 6 – Suchdol
If paying from abroad, you need to add:
SWITF (BIC): GIBACZPXXXX
IBAN (current account): CZ38 0800 0000 0005 0002 2222
When submitting more applications than one, fees must paid separately for each application (with different specific symbols). Multiple applications cannot be paid using a single payment. Applications without a single payment associated them by the last day for the submission of applications will not be processed. Fees are non-refundable at any stage of the admission procedure.
All applicants shall be informed by e-mail about the entrance examination at least 30 days before the date of the exam. (Processes for the admission procedure will be published on the portal is.czu.cz/přihláška). The invitation shall state the day, place, and time for the exam.
Candidates have to bring ID (or a passport) to the admission exam. An applicant is accepted to study after enrolment, during which he or she must hand over a copy of any required certificate of graduation.
If, for serious reasons, a candidate cannot attend the 1st or 2nd stage of the entrance examinations, he or she may do so on a substitute date. Applications for an alternative date must be delivered with a written explanation electronically at the latest on the day of the regular admission exam to the FTZ Study Department via e-mail.
A supplementary round of entrance examinations may be organized to reach a programme's capacity. This may be filled at the 1st or 2nd stages of the normal due date, or at the alternative dates of a regular round.
The Dean of the FTZ shall decide on success or failure in the entrance examinations based on the results of the individual Examination Boards. He shall notify the applicants in electronic form on the is.czu.cz/prihlaska portal, usually within 7 days (the course of the admission procedure must be checked). (The course of the admission procedure should be checked.) The candidate can ask the Dean to review his decision within 30 days of the publication of a decision. The applicant shall receive an original copy of proof of admission when enrolling in the course.
In the case of a successful entrance examination for applicants from countries requiring a visa, a confirmation of accommodation provision shall be sent to the Embassy of the Czech Republic via a data mailbox, and that only after the electronic receipt of proof of payment of the fee for study in a foreign language by the FTZ Study Department. A single confirmation and notification of the execution of the entrance examination shall be sent to the applicant by post.
The admission procedure is two-round. In the first round, the Examination Board will select applicants according to their prerequisites for study - based on the annotation (in english) of the Bachelor thesis (or similar written output), the results of previously completed studies (or at least results of the last finished year; in the form of a statement of results) and the experience and prerequisites for study contained in the CV and the letter of motivation. Required documents must be uploaded at the same time as the submission of the application to the University Electronic System (UIS).
In the first round, which evaluates the prerequisites for study based on the documents sent, up to 50 points can be earned. The evaluation criteria are:
- 20 points – Previous study results
- 10 points – Record of the Bachelor thesis (or similar written output)
- 10 points– Experience and prerequisites for study
- 10 points– Motivation letter
Selected applicants who reach the 20 point limit are invited by e-mail via the UIS to the 2nd round of the admission procedure – i.e. to a personal interview.