The Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering, CTU in Prague offers Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral Programmes preparing professionals not only for the nuclear industry, but also, for example, material scientists and chemical engineers, as well as experts in radiology, particle physics (e.g. closely collaborating with CERN), in mathematical engineering (active in the banking sector, analysing and modelling stock prices), and computer science (cooperating on the database system at CERN or working on mainframes), and many other fields.


Within the chosen programmes, students receive broad-ranging foundations in mathematics, physics, computer science, and foreign languages. The Faculty is committed to developing students´ potentials for solving interdisciplinary problems and, therefore, tries to involve students in scientific and research groups and teams as soon as possible, providing them with a good background for their further personal development.

It is a significant advantage of the Faculty´s programmes that students can transfer from one field of study to another during the first two years of study careers (this applies to most of the fields; see Bachelor Programme). This allows time to recognize what they really aim at and in what fields they would like to specialise.

The Bachelor Programme offered is three years long and can be attended only full-time (the language of instruction is Czech). In addition, there is also a degree course in Applied Information Technology, which is largely taught in English with a Bachelor Project submitted in English.

The Continuation Master Programme extends the knowledge gained in the undergraduate programme, with an emphasis on the development of each student’s professional character. The programme is two years long and is offered only full-time. However, it is highly desirable that FNSPE students spend a long-term study stay or internship at a university abroad as early as possible; in this respect, the Faculty exerts maximum effort to help them. Short-term internships or presentations at international conferences are almost commonplace. Many future graduates are often offered positions with the institution they were affiliated with while working on their master’s thesis.

Students on the Doctoral programme may study full-time or opt for a combined form. It is also possible to be on a cooperative joint-degree programme, i.e. combine study in the Czech Republic with study at a partner university abroad and be awarded a double degree.

Admission and registration procedures are described in detail in each degree programme section.

We also offer the Intensive Czech Language Course. In two semesters (22 hours per week) the course covers the system of Czech grammar, relevant vocabulary, phrases, and syntax. The textbook used “Chcete mluvit česky” (Do you want to speak Czech) is bilingual (Russian - English) and is supplemented with additional teaching materials. The course also includes English (2 periods per week), maths (2 periods), and physics (2 periods) and, moreover, visits to interesting facilities of the Faculty (e.g. the nuclear reactor, tokamak, laser laboratories) included in the overall costs of the course. Detailed information can be found here (in Czech or Russian).

CTU also offers Psychological counselling for foreign students. Psychological counselling is intended for all non-Czech speaking CTU students. We provide help through emotional, personal, relationship, or academic situations. For more information visit CIPS – CTU Information and Consultancy Centre web sites.

Additional information

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.