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Vysoka skola chemicko-technologicka v Praze
Prague, Czech Republic



   

University description (as per official university website)

Study programmes and branches

Degree programmes taught in the English language are announced each year separately.

The Institute of Chemical Technology, Prague (ICT Prague) offers the following types of study programmes:

a. Bachelor programmes extend for three years. Study programmes at all faculties are based on core courses embracing general subjects. Graduates are awarded the title "Bachelor" (equivalent to BSc). Diploma Supplement is being issued in a widely spoken European language, given automatically and free of charge to every student upon graduation.
Diploma Supplement

b. Master programmes link up to BSc programmes and take 2 years. Comprise core and specialized courses. Studies lead to the "engineer" degree ("inženýr" in Czech, equivalent to an M.Sc.). Diploma Supplement is being issued in a widely spoken European language, given automatically and free of charge to every student upon graduation.
Diploma Supplement

c. postgraduate doctoral studies leading to a Ph.D. degree lasting nominally three years beyond master studies

Bachelor programmes:

Faculty of Chemical Technology

Applied Chemistry and Materials
Chemistry and Chemical Technologies
Chemistry and Applied Ecology
Drug Synthesis and Production
Conservation-Restoration of Cultural Heritage Objects – Works of Arts and Crafts
Faculty of Environmental Technology

Environmental Technology
Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology

Food and Biochemical Technology
Food Science and Biotechnology
Faculty of Chemical Engineering

Engineering and Management
Process Engineering and Enterprise Management
Engineering Informatics
Master's programmes:

Faculty of Chemical Technology

Chemistry and Chemical Technologies
Chemistry of Materials and Materials Engineering
Faculty of Environmental Technology

Environmental Technology
Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology

Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Food Chemistry and Analysis
Food Technology
Faculty of Chemical Engineering

Technical Physical and Analytical Chemistry
Economics and Management of Chemical and Food Companies
Process Engineering and Informatics
PhD programmes

Faculty of Chemical Technology

Chemistry
Chemistry and Chemical Technologies
Chemistry and Technology of Materials
Faculty of Environmental Technology

Environmental Chemistry and Technology
Chemistry and Technology of Fuels and Environment
Faculty of Food and Biochemical Technology

Chemistry
Microbiology
Biochemistry and Biotechnology
Food Chemistry and Technology
Faculty of Chemical Engineering

Chemistry
Chemical and Process Engineering
Applied Mathematics
Organization of the academic year 2009/2010

The academic year at ICT Prague is divided into two, summer and winter, semesters.

The academic year 2009/2010 starts 7 September 2009 and ends 3 September 2010.

Winter semester
7.9.2009 – 11.9.2010 enrolment week
14.9.2009 – 18.12.2009 lectures, seminars, laboratory work (14 weeks)
4.1.2010 - 12.2.2010 assessment period (6 weeks)

Summer semester
15.2.2010 – 21.5.2010 lectures, seminars, laboratory work (14 weeks)
24.5.2010 – 25.6.2010 assessment period (5 weeks)

28.6.2010 – 20.8.2010 courses, excursions and specialized work
23.8.2010 - 3.9.2010 assessment period (2 weeks)

Czech language teaching

ICT Prague provides Czech language courses for foreign students during the academic year in which they may gain a fundamental knowledge of the Czech language and learn about the history of the Czech Republic.

VISA PROCESS

Visa Application

All students who wish to study in the Czech Republic, with the exception of those from the EU countries, are required to have a student visa valid for the whole period of their stay in the country. It is not possible to apply for visa on the territory of the Czech Republic, but an application has to be submitted to the Czech embassy or consulate in the student's home country.
Due to the extensive amount of time often required to process a visa application, you should apply for your visa as early as possible. Each embassy or consular post has their own application procedures, so you should consult the office where you will be applying for specific details. Most offices have a website with this type of information.

A word of caution: contact the representative by telephone or by visiting their web site and submitting your information.

It takes about 60 - 90 days to process an application and therefore it´s strongly recommended to apply sufficiently in advance. Visa application forms are available at all embassies and consulates of the Czech Republic in five major world languages.

There are two types of student visa, one up to 90 days, the other for a stay extending over 90 days. You have to submit the following documents:

Up to 90 days

Admissions acceptance letter (to be supplied by the Institute’s Department of International Relations)
Financial Agreement or other form of confirmation by your university that you have received a grant, or a confirmation from your bank that you have sufficient financial means to fund your period of study in the Czech Republic (the equivalent of approximately 125,- EUR per month).
Confirmation of guaranteed accommodation in the Czech Republic (this is part of the Letter of Admission, see 1)
3 passport-sized photographs
Your health and travel insurance (for about EUR 40,- per month). It must be translated into Czech, stamped and certified by an authorized translator. Please consult your local legal authorities in this matter, since your courts will have a list of authorized translators in all languages.
The visa in the form of a sticker placed in your passport will be issued by the Czech embassy/consulate within 14 to 30 days.

Over 90 days (Long Term Residence Permit, issuing for 1 year, i.e. 365 days)

The above documents PLUS:
Confirmation of the absence of any criminal record in your home country!!! (This document is absolutely essential. It must be translated into Czech, stamped and certified by an authorized translator. Please consult your local legal authorities in this matter, since your courts will have a list of authorized translators in all languages. An authorized translator is a person who has been licensed to guarantee authenticity of translation on official documents.)
A form (a penal register extract from the police records) by which you apply for a report from the Czech Criminal Records Register, confirming that you have no criminal record in the Czech Republic. This form is available at all Czech embassies/consulates, and you can complete it when applying for the visa.
Your full birth certificate.
Getting Your Visa

As soon as you receive an admissions acceptance letter from ICT Prague, request a visa from the Czech Republic consulate or embassy in your country.

Schedule your visa interview as soon as possible after you receive the letter about your admission.

Give yourself as much time as possible to get your visa and make your travel arrangements.
Take all the documents that you might need to your interview.

Your passport
3 passport-sized photographs
Confirmation of the absence of any criminal record in your home country!!! (This document is absolutely essential. It must be translated into Czech, stamped and certified by an authorized translator. Please consult your local legal authorities in this matter, since your courts will have a list of authorized translators in all languages.)
Your admissions acceptance letter from ICT Prague
Potvrzení pro žádost o vízum za účelem studia v České republice
(Confirmation about your admission for a visa request written in Czech)
Potvrzení o zajištění ubytování
(Confirmation that accommodation is reserved for you in our Halls of Residence)
Financial Agreement or other form of confirmation by your university that you have received a grant, or a confirmation from your bank that you have sufficient financial means to fund your period of study in the Czech Republic (the equivalent of approximately 125,- EUR per month).
Your full birth certificate
Your health and travel insurance (for about EUR 40,- per month). It must be translated into Czech, stamped and certified by an authorized translator. Please consult your local legal authorities in this matter, since your courts will have a list of authorized translators in all languages.
Other documents that can show that you are NOT planning to immigrate to the Czech Republic. It is important to show that you have connections in your home country and that you will return. Bring any evidence that you think shows that you plan to return to your country. You may not have time to show everything you bring, but it is better to bring everything that might be useful than to be sorry that you did not bring something. This kind of evidence could include:
family photos
contracts
degree certificates
documents showing ownership of property
photos of your home
letter of reference (from a school, an employer, for example).
Be prepared to present your information quickly

In a busy embassy, the visa officer may have only a few minutes for each interview. Present your most important documents first and have the other things ready to show if you are given enough time.
If the visa is approved, you will be given a visa stamp in the passport. The visa is a stamp in the passport indicating where the visa was issued, the date the visa will expire, the number of entries, the type of visa and the visa number.

The entire procedure takes about six weeks (including postal deliveries), and you will have to visit the embassy/consulate a second time with your passport. It is no longer possible to pick up your visa in the Czech Republic, and no exceptions can be made!

The visa is issued by an embassy/consulate within 60 - 90 days.

Housing and Meal

ICT Prague offers accommodation services in its halls of residence, in double study bedrooms. Two bedrooms each share a kitchenette and bathroom facilities. The bedrooms are equipped with basic furniture, with a refrigerator and a cooker available in the kitchenette. The rent for a double study bedroom currently costs abt. CZK 92,- per day, with internet connection (about CZK 2.800,- per month). The halls of residence run their own canteen, which provides meals throughout the day. One meal comes to CZK 35,-- on the average.

The ICT Prague Halls of Residence offer facilities for a wide range of students' leisure time activity, including student clubs, fitness centres, tennis courts, a darkroom, etc. Students may also rent a mountain bike.

The Halls of Residence are situated on the southern outskirts of Prague, about 45 minutes by underground from the Institute of Chemical Technology in Prague-Dejvice.

Public transport to the halls of residence: from Dejvická station take underground A – green line to Museum station, there transfer to red line C to Chodov station and by bus number 122 or 177 to Volha stop.

Applications for accommodation are accepted at the Department of International Relations of ICT Prague (fax No. +420 220 444 345). Students are obliged to inform this Department about the exact date of their arrival, not later than three weeks in advance.

Office hours at the Accommodation Services Department in Halls of Residence SÁZAVA:
Monday - Friday: 7.00 - 15:30

Health and Accident Insurance

A foreign student entering the Czech Republic for a period longer than two months must undergo a health entrance examination which certifies that the state of health of the applicant permits him/her to study at the ICT. The health entrance examination fee is about US$ 50. Foreign students are advised to take out health and accident insurance with the General Health Insurance Company and the Czech Insurance Company for about US$ 40 per months. This is not required if they can present an evidence of health and accident insurance taken out in their home country and valid for the Czech Republic.

Public Transport

Students (15 - 26 years old) will obtain a confirmation from ICT Prague enabling them to buy a student passes for Prague public transport. Passes provide unlimited rides throughout Prague quickly, comfortably and traffic-free on underground, trams, buses, trains, and trail-ferries. In 2010 a monthly student pass costs CZK 260,- and a quarterly student pass CZK 720,-.



Website:: http://www.vscht.cz
Email: http://www.vscht.cz/homepage/english/main/prospective_students/contacts
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