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Student associations

  1. IAAS: The International Association of Students in Agriculture and Related Sciences is an organization bringing together students in agriculture, food, environmental science and related fields from universities in more than 40 countries all over the world. IAAS is at the moment one of the world's biggest student organizations and a leading agricultural student association.
  2. Spodek: ”Spodek” is an association of nature loving and ecologically minded students. They organize youth camps where people clean-up rubbish and refuse in nature. They have a small library focusing on ecological titles. They also organize expeditions (e.g. Bajkal 2006.)
  3. Most: Most (Bridge) is an association of the Faculty of Forestry and Environment students. The aim of this association is to represent the students, voicing their opinions to the faculty and university management. They publish a yearly evaluation of the level of education at the faculty. They also hold parties and other cultural events for students (e.g. the yearly election of “Miss Agro”.)
  4. Students Hunting Associationthe Faculty of Forestry: This association gathers students of university who are fond of wild-keeping and hunting. They organize special lectures and an annual shooting competition.
  5. The CULS Prague branch of AIESEC is part of the largest world-wide student association that represents a network of 18,000 members at more than 800 universities. The CULS branch was founded in spring 2001; full autonomy was granted three years later. Today it has 12 active members at CULS Prague.
  6. Other associations of students:
  • CULS Football Club
  • CULS Ski Club
  • CULS Swimming Club
  • CULS Basketball Club
  • Fitness Club
  • Frisbee Club

Sport facilities

University modern CULS Sports Centre provides compulsory as well as optional courses in physical education, including winter and summer courses in the Czech Republic and abroad. Sporting Clubs organize, in co-operation with the Sports Centre, several competition and leisure-sports activities for students, staff, children and general public.

There is an indoor 25m swimming pool with an outside beach and sauna, two gyms, a body-building centre, two volleyball courts, a beach-volleyball court, a clay tennis court, an indoor tennis hall, a multi-purpose artificial lawn area, a grass football field, and an athletics track. You may also hire equipment and there is a ski service at one of the dormitories.


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If possible, the students attending the “Orientation Programme” will be accommodated in their permanent term-time rooms upon arrival. If this is not possible, for example if the room is occupied by vacation residents or is being refurbished, temporary accommodation will be allocated. You will be informed by the dormitory (hall of residence) manager when you can move to your permanent room.

Although the dormitories/halls of residence are open 24 hours every day, the office is open only during the day (8:00 – 15:30). Students arriving after office hours will be accommodated by the receptionist on duty, and they will have to register on the following day.

To check-in you need your passport, two photographs, and you will fill in some forms. You’ll have to pay insurance against damage and loss and for the accommodation for the rest of the relevant month.

Make sure that you have enough cash for the following:

1. EXPENSES

You will need at least 5000 CZK (about 200 EUR) for the start.

2. REFUNDABLE SECURITY DEPOSIT

You will also need another 5000 CZK (about 200 EUR) for a deposit to cover for any damage caused by you or for outstanding fees or charges owed by you. This deposit will be refunded to you at the end of your stay, minus any amounts owed by you.

Accommodation available during the entire year.

Briefly:

  • 1, 2, 3 and 4; rooms with kitchenette and attached bathroom and toilet, apartements
  • 40 beds available
  • Ideal also for class outings
  • Kitchenette in room




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PROGRAMS AND TUTION FEES

IN 2014 / 2015 ACADEMIC YEAR

Program

Duration

Tuition fee (per year)

Language

Bachelor's programmes

Agriculture and Food

3 years

2000 EUR

English

Sustainable Use of Natural Resources

Forestry

Economics and Management

Informatics

Master's programmes

Natural Resources and Environment  

2 years

3500 EUR

English

Sustainable Agriculture and Food Security  

Forestry, Water and Landscape Management  

Tropical Forestry and Agroforestry  

Animal and Food Science in Tropics and Subtropics    

International Development and Agricultural Economics    

Sustainable Rural Development in the Tropics and Subtropics  

Tropical Crop Management and Ecology  

Tropical Forestry and Agroforestry  

Wildlife Management in Tropics and Subtropics  

Environmental Modelling  

Land and Water Management  

Nature Conservation  

Economics and Management  

European Agrarian Diplomacy  

Informatics

Technology and Environmental Engineering

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