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FNSPE CTU in Prague offers full-time Bachelor Programme courses three years (6 semesters) in duration, i.e. students are expected to be always present at lectures, exercises, practicals, and seminars throughout the semester.

In the application form students elect their field of study; however, in the first two years most of the study fields (marked blue in the table) offer a core course of fundamentals of maths, physics, and informatics and two language courses. On application, transfer is possible from one field of study to another at a later point in a student's career provided that some minimal requirements are met for the specific field, i.e. the student proficiency for the transfer. This provision offers students more time to get familiar with the structure of courses and select their final specialisation.

Some fields of the Bachelor Programme are not intended as prerequisites for master courses (they are marked green), while some extensions of the undergraduate programme and directly linked and prerequisites for the Continuation Master Courses (see the table below).

What is offered in the Bachelor Programme? The Bachelor Programme enables students to

  • Acquire a broad overview of mathematics and physics enabling them to solve interdisciplinary problems;

  • Learn the basics of programming at respective levels of their specialisation;

  • Join a scientific team as early as the second year;

  • Produce a high-quality bachelor project applicable in practice;

Admission qualifications and requirements to be met by the prospective student

  • Successful passage of school-leaving (exit) examination (Matura, Abitur, A-level) or certificate recognizable as an aptitude test;

  • Czech language competence in case of foreign students to follow the course programme, demonstrated and proven by successful passage of the school leaving examination in the Czech language (or the Slovak language) or B2 language examination levels certificate (for more information contact the Department of Student Affairs);

  • Successful completion of the admission procedure;

Upon attainment of the required number of credits (180), successful completion of coursework in all courses, submission and defence of the Bachelor Project, and successful passage of the Final State Examination the student is awarded a Bachelor´s Degree (Bc.) at a graduation ceremony in the Bethlehem Chapel. This is a prerequisite for entering the Master Programme or starting an occupational career.

Tables of fields of study and their mutual links:

Bachelor

Follow-up Continuation Master

Mathematical Engineering

  • Mathematical Modelling

  • Mathematical Physics

  • Applied Mathematical Stochastic Methods

Mathematical Engineering

Mathematical Physics

Applied Mathematical Stochastic Methods

Solid State Engineering

Solid State Engineering

Diagnostics of Materials

Diagnostics of Materials

Physics and Technology of Thermonuclear Fusion

Physics and Technology of Thermonuclear Fusion

Physical Electronics

Laser Technology and Electronics

Optics and Nanostructures

Mathematical Informatics

Mathematical Informatics

Applications of Software Engineering

Applications of Software Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Nuclear Engineering

Experimental Nuclear and Particle Physics

Experimental Nuclear and Particle Physics

Dosimetry and Applications of Ionizing Radiation

Dosimetry and Applications of Ionizing Radiation

Radiological Physics

Nuclear Chemistry

Nuclear Chemistry

Computational Physics

Computational Physics

Bachelor courses without direct links to Continuation Master Programme

 

Lasers and Instrument Technology

Physical Technology

Applied Informatics

Radiological Technology

Přihlašovací jméno a heslo jsou stejné, jako do USERMAP (nebo KOS).

V případě ztráty nebo zapomenutí hesla či jména se obraťte na vašeho správce IT.