About us

The Faculty of Fisheries and Protection of Waters USB is the only faculty of this type in the Czech Republic and unique in Central Europe. It is a modern, open and dynamically developing faculty that focuses on education of experts and socially excellent graduates in the field of fishery, protection of waters and water management with bachelor, master and doctoral degree that will be applicable on the labour market. It has achieved the scientific and research excellence in the field of freshwater fishery and protection of waters.

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Faculty of Fisheries & Protection of Waters

University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice
Zátiší 728/II
389 25 Vodňany

Admission and entrance exams

The principal requirement for entering the Bachelor´s degree is to prove a successful completion of the secondary education with a Recognition of education acquired abroad. For Master´s/Doctoral degree, you need to prove your previous Higher education with an official Recognition of the Diploma certificate, issued by Public higher education institution providing degree programmes of corresponding/similar content. If the study programme of your Diploma is similar to those offered by the University of South Bohemia, you can apply for the official recognition at the USB Study department.

The deadline for submitting applications is usually between February and April. The date, content, and form of entrance examinations may depend on the faculty, but they are usually held between June and September. Student administration departments at various faculties can provide information on applications, admission requirements and studies.

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Focus on fisheries, protection of waters, water management and combined disciplines with wide practical training. Unique institution incentral Europe, involved in important protection projects and applied research.

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Faculty of Fisheries & Protection of Waters

University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice
Zátiší 728/II
389 25 Vodňany