First lectures on agricultural sciences were delivered at the Faculty of Philosophy of the Prague Charles-Ferdinand University in Prague in 1776. A Department of Agriculture was subsequently established at the Czech Polytechnics in 1812. First lectures in forestry sciences were then given in autumn of 1848.
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The Student Guide includes general information about our university, comprehensive information for incoming Erasmus+ students, important contacts, and a listing of courses taught at our Faculties in English (BSc and MSc level) in winter and summer semesters.
The House of Residence and Mensa are purpose-built facilities of the Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague. They take care of the accommodation and food for Czech and foreign students at CZU, and they also provide these services for domestic and foreign guests of the university. Students are accommodated in the renovated buildings on the campus. There are a total of 5 dormitory complexes available - dormitory A, dormitory BCD, dormitory JIH, dormitory EF and dormitory G. The main food facility is the CZU Mensa, which is operated by EUREST.
The core of our services is a college library offering loaning of study literature as well as teaching information literacy courses. However, our building hosts also additional services which support study, pedagogical and research activities in the campus. We are supporting the mission of CZU and make the study and research congenial.
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My experience so far is one of pride that I have been able to be apart of my university. The dedication and hard work that has been put into my two years so far has allowed me to succeed in many ways, as well as increasing my self-development skills. Czech university of life sciences is a great place to study and I would suggest it to anyone.
The university provided me with a good knowledge of MS Office, expanded my presentation skills and informatics. Importance was placed on the quality of processing seminar papers, group work and independence. On the other hand, I would appreciate it if the study was more focused on the practical use of knowledge.
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