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Education commitments of the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering include not only prospective young students, but also the public regardless of age. Besides short-term non-degree up-grading career courses for professionals, there is an offer to attend and graduate in specialised courses of the University of the Third Age. The Faculty also runs an intensive one-year course in Czech designed for foreign students intending to be admitted to a study programme offered in Czech.

List of course offers - details are available under each link.

Education commitments of the Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering include not only prospective young students, but also the public regardless of age. Besides short-term non-degree up-grading career courses for professionals, there is an offer to attend and graduate in specialised courses of the University of the Third Age. The Faculty also runs an intensive one-year course in Czech designed for foreign students intending to be admitted to a study programme offered in Czech.

List of course offers - details are available under each link.

Preparatory Course in Mathematics and Physics in Prague

This course comprises a revision of selected topics of high school mathematics and physics and the solution to typical models suitable as a preparatory step towards entering a university (in particular a technical university). Physics lectures also pay attention to new areas in physics.

The course is FREE OF CHARGE, is open to all students interested in mathematics and physics, can be joined any time, and no registration is required.

The course is also suitable as a training course for the grammar school/high school school-leaving examination, or for entrance examinations to universities.

This course is held only in Czech and in Prague (Břehová 7), therefore you can find more information at the Czech version of this page.

Preparatory Course in Maths in Děčín

The course is open to students of all high schools and is to prepare them for entering technical universities. The course is intended as preparation or training for the school-leaving examination in mathematics.

No registration is required, the course is held in room P2 of the Děčín FNSPE premises. You can find more information in Czech at this web page.

University of the Third Age

The lectures are designed for those seeking answers to issues like: How did Newton, Maxwell, Einstein, and other famous scientists perceive the world? Can the speed of light be measured using a microwave oven? What is the Blackburn pendulum, what is Newton’s bucket or Brownian motion? What were Aristotle´s misconceptions and what are our misconceptions? Would it be possible to see a tokamak, a nuclear reactor, Leksell’s gamma knife, or a laser system? What experiments are named after Franck, Hertz, Rutherford, Millikan, and Doppler? How can we determine the weight of the Earth, the temperature of the Sun, or the magnetic field of the Earth? How does the Crookes radiometer (also referred to as light mill) or the Chinese duck work? If you answered yes, then we are here for you.

Detailed information in Czech can be found here: http://u3v.fjfi.cvut.cz/

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): http://geraldine.fjfi.cvut.cz/WORK/KJ/home.htm

Career Courses

A list of career courses offered is available (only in Czech) at: https://czv.cvut.cz/profesni.php

Other activities for high school students and their teachers

The Faculty offers many other kind of educational activities for high school students and their teachers but they are mostly only for Czech (or Slovak) speaking participants. You can find a list of them here: Activities for High Schools.

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.