Based on the EDUopinions rankings, the Czech Technical University in Prague - CVUT rating is 4.4. If you want to know more about this school, read the student reviews on our website.
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Firstly, I would like to mention that CVUT is one of the best unis in Czech Republic.
After graduating it gives a plenty of opportunities to work since its certificate is recognised around the world in huge companies.
It’s not a secret that not all of the students can work while studying, it’s quite difficult to study there but it worth it.
Inside, every faculty’s building is modern. Especially FIT, where I am studying now looks great. Professors and tutors create opportunity to study, they can answer to all your questions if there are.
Secondly, getting to the uni is not that difficult even if you live far from it. Transportation in public is so developed and trams can get you anywhere quickly.
For instance, I am living in Prague 3 and uni is located in Prague 6, even though in map it the distance could be seen so far, by using tram I get to the uni in 20-30 minutes.
To sum up, it can be difficult to study there and subject can be hard too but it worth it since after it creates you a huge opportunity to work in successful companies without any doubt.
The PhD programme in Environmental Engineering, with a focus on Hydrology, at Czech Technical University in Prague offers a robust foundation in both theoretical understanding and practical applications. The curriculum is meticulously designed, encompassing a breadth of topics within hydrology, ensuring a holistic understanding of water-related environmental issues. The faculty members are seasoned experts in their fields, providing invaluable insights and fostering a conducive environment for research and innovation. The well-equipped laboratories facilitate hands-on experience, bridging the gap between theory and practice. Moreover, the collaborative atmosphere among peers and the support from mentors significantly enrich the learning experience, making the journey at CTU not just academically enriching but also personally rewarding.View more
I have experience only with Faculty of Civil Engieneering. This faculty has lots of fields of study, for example Architecture and Buildings, Civil Engineering or Geodesy. My experience is, that every field of study is based on 2 years theoretical program (Maths, Physics, Geometry,….) and the rest of your study is more practical. Of course these practical subject have bigger use in practice. I think that anyone who is a bit technically based can graduate this school.
Big plus for this faculty is that they organize a big party at school two times a year.
First of all, I would like to say that my opinion is biased because I don’t have any other university in comparison.
If you want to study technical university in the Czech Republic then I think there is no better way. CTU has many faculties so you can choose civil, mechanical or for example electrical engineering. And of course, every faculty has many bachelor’s and master’s degree opinions in Czech or English language.
In my honest opinion study plan is much theoretical. Yes, in some subjects we have even practice, but I don’t think it is enough. So if you choose CTU to be ready for it. But the attitude of teachers and professors is really great and you can get much information.View more
A lot of subjects are not connected with practice. It is very theoretical. There should be a more practical project and real problems. But the quality of education is really good. The University is full of a specialist. Doctors and Professors are really helpful.View more