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Specific requirements

General regulations for admission to studies in study programmes are commenced upon by § 48 and § 49 of the Act No. 111/1998. Other admission regulations to studies in the study programmes accomplished by faculties under the § 49 of the Act are designated by the university and the particular faculty's status. The Dean determines the conditions of admission procedure and decides on admission to studies.

Faculty of Agronomy

A) Bachelor study programmes

  • results from higher education in last 2,5 years,
  • furthermore, applicants for distance study have to prove minimum two-year working experience,
  • international applicants may be invited to conduct an entrance examination.

B) Master's study programmes

  • maximum 50 % of all applicants can be admitted without an entrance examination based on their study results,
  • others - test from subjects within state final examination,
  • applicants for Agrobusiness - test from Economics and Technologies in Agricultural Production.

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Faculty of Forestry and Wood Technology

Bachelor study programmes

  • Forestry, specialization Forestry - Mathematics and Biology.
  • Forestry, specialization Economy and Management of Renewable Natural Recourses - Biology and English.
  • Arborists, specialisation Arborists - The Learning Potential Test.
  • Landscaping -  Mathematics and Biology.
  • Wood Technology - Mathematics and Physics.
  • Wooden Constructions - Mathematics and Physics.
  • Furniture - The Learning Potential Test.
  • Furniture Design - The Learning Potential Test and Aptitude test.

Master's study programmes

  • Forest Engineering - Forest Ecology, Forest management, Methods for Basic Manufacturing Processes in Forestry.
  • Landscape Engineering - Landscape Ecology and Geobiocoenology, Cultivation, Establishment and Protection of Wood Vegetation, Landscape Development and Geoinformatics, Hydro-technical Buildings, and Economics.
  • Wood Technology Engineering - Wood Science, Wooden Construction, Production Technology, and Economics.
  • ­Furniture Engineering, specialisation Furniture Engineering -- Furniture Production and Design, Furniture Commodity Experting.
  • Furniture Design - Furniture Production and Design and Talent test.
  • European Forestry - Forest Ecology, Forest Management, Methods for Basic Manufacturing Processes in Forestry.
  • Wooden Constructions - Wooden Constructions and Technology.

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Faculty of Business and Economics

Bachelor study programmes

  • Entrance examination from Mathematics and chosen Foreign Language,
  • Applicants for study programme "Economics and Management"and "System Engineering and Informatics" -- test from Mathematics and English language,
  • Foreigners - test from Mathematics and Czech language.

B) Master's study programmes

  • Economic Policy and Administration - Macroeconomics.
  • Economics and Management - Business Economics.
  • System Engineering and Informatics - Economic Informatics.
  • Engineering Informatics - Engineering Informatics.

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Faculty of Horticulture

Bachelor study programmes

  • Horticulture Engineering and Horticulture - results from higher education in last 3,5 years and results from school leaving examination.
  • Landscape Architecture
    • specialisation Landscape Architecture - Aptitude test (art Culture, drawing), test from Biology in the first round and oral examination in the second round.
    • specialisation Landscape Realizations - test from Biology and test from Art Culture in the first round and oral examination in the second round.

Master's study programmes

  • Horticulture Engineering
    • specialisation Horticulture - results from bachelor's degree and oral examination from Plant Biology, Horticulture, Economic Discipline.
    • specialisation Management of Horticulture Technology -- results from bachelor's degree and oral examinationccordin to the selected module (Biotechnology in Horticulture, Quality of Plant Food Sources, Viticulture and Winemaking).
  • Landscape Achitecture
    • specialisation Landscape Achitecture - results from bachelor's degree, the resulting classification state exam, final project and presentation of portfolio,
    • specialisation Landscape Management - results from bachelor's degree and final project.
  • International Master of Fruit Science - finished bachelor examination form Horticulture.

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Faculty of Regional Development and International Studies

Bachelor study programmes

The Learning Potential Test, Foreign language (English or German).

Master's study programmes

  • Regioal Development - test from Regional Economics and Politics, Sociology and Environmental Conservation.
  • Internationl Territorial Studies - test from Regional Development and problems of the developing world.

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