The Faculty of Economics and Management in CULS Prague is a prestigious educational and research institution. More than 10 000 applications received every year show the high interest between prospective students. FEM offers a high variety of subjects, the possibility of internships in many partner institutions abroad and modern facilities comparable to all prestigious European universities.
The long term aim of the faculty is to offer supreme and complex education with a focus on the enhancement of economic, scientific, creative, academic, cultural and social abilities of each individual student. Personal development is an important advantage, which often leads to success in the highly competitive environment in the job market and in life. A high number of successful FEM alumni may serve as proof.
The FEM is continuously developing and enhancing its quality, which is one of the aspects why it is among the most popular faculties with the focus on economics, management, public administration or informatics in the Czech Republic.
Where to find us
Czech University of Life Sciences
165 21 Prague
Admission and entrance exams
To be admitted for study of any FEM’s Bachelor study programme applicants have to pass a written entrance exam and fulfill all necessary requirements.
To be admitted for the study of Master study programme applicants have to pass:
- a written entrance exam for study programmes - European Agrarian Diplomacy and Informatics
- an oral entrance interview for study programmes - Economics and Management and Business Administration and fulfill all necessary requirements.
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PhD study programmes - Applications have to be submitted from 1 March 2021 via the Internet application https://is.czu.cz/prihlaska. The deadline for submitting applications is on 30 April 2021.
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The faculty administers the agrarian portal Agris and publishes scientific journals Agris Online and ERIES Journal. Efficiency and Responsibility in Education, Think Together and Agrarian Perspectives are conferences regularly organised by the faculty and facilitated by the university. The Agrarian Perspectives conference was organised for the first time in 1991 and since then it became an annual meeting of Czech and foreign scientists, managers and professionals in management, economic, rural development, informatics, communication technology and other fields. The key discussed topic of the conference is the sustainable development in agrarian sector in the course of European integration.
The faculty offers its students possibility to obtain various certifications, such as TOEIC – the Test of English for International Communication, Cisco Academy and others, to students. Furthermore, the University assists its students by offering them a number of other benefits, such as free-of-charge educational software, various online applications, and hands-on experience. It also supports their professional development, including consultancy in the choice of a job on the online jobs.pef.czu.cz portal as well as a possibility of help with creating their own entrepreneurial projects through the PointOne Hub incubator.
The Faculty of Economics and Management also provides a possibility to study at eight affiliated educational centres around the Czech Republic. Additionally, it has the most extensive online University of the Third Age (Lifelong Learning) platform in the Czech Republic.
Campus of CULS
The unique campus of CULS in Prague offers study, sports and relaxation facilities. Faculty teaching takes place only in the grounds of Suchdol (20 minutes from the center of Prague).
About the campus:
Area: 44 hectares
Number of faculties: 6
The university's largest lecture hall: capacity of 400 students
About the faculty:
The largest lecture hall of the faculty: capacity of 280 students
Number of lecture halls at the faculty: 8
Number of seminar rooms at the faculty: 43
Number of study programmes at the faculty: 9
In addition to the individual faculties, you can find in the campus a complete sports facility (sport halls, swimming pool, football pitches, tennis courts and many more).
The Faculty of Economics and Management has a separate building with lecture halls, classrooms and spaces designed for students to relax. Computer labs, spaces designed for specific types of education and a reprographics and printing studio, complement the faculty’s facility.