List of Czech Academic Titles and their correct spelling
Having completed a higher education degree in the Czech Republic, students are granted the right to use academic titles. Use of academic titles in the Czech Republic is typically limited to official and business communication. In common conversations, people are addressed with their title only if they have introduced themselves with it or if one wishes to express high respect.
Here is a list of titles commonly used in the Czech Republic:
This title is granted to those who successfully complete a bachelor’s study program. It corresponds to the English title B.Sc.
BcA. Bachelor of Arts
This title is granted to graduates of master’s program in the field of economic, technical sciences and technologies, agriculture, forestry and military sciences. The title corresponds to the English title M.A. or M.Sc. in technical fields or Economics.
Ing. arch. Engineer of Architecture
This title is granted to graduates of master’s program in the field of architecture.
MgA. Master of Arts
This title is granted to graduates of master’s program in the field of arts.
This title is granted to graduates of master’s program in other fields. It correspondsto the English title MS.
MBA Master of Business Administration
This title is granted to graduates of doctoral study program
JUDr. Doctor of Law
Ph.Dr. Doctor of Philosophy
Th.D. Doctor of Theology
MUDr. Doctor of Medicine
This title corresponds to the English title M.D. It indicates successful completion of six-year university study in General Medicine.
RNDr. Doctor of Natural Sciences
MVDr. Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
MDDr. Doctor of Dentistry
PharmDr. Doctor of Pharmacy
DrSc. Doctor of Science
This is the highest scientific degree in all fields.
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