The Faculty of Natural Sciences of the University in Ústí nad Labem is a modern tertiary institution and the largest institution in the Ústí nad Labem region focusing on education and development of knowledge in natural sciences. In addition to its tradition spanning over more than sixty years, the university offers unconventional backdrop of the natural beauties of Northern Bohemia (the Elbe valley, the Bohemian Switzerland and the Central Bohemia Uplands national parks). The intimate environment and individual approach to students are among the strengths of our university.
The faculty provides tertiary education at all three levels (Bc., Mgr., Ph.D.) for natural sciences experts and for future natural science teachers at primary and secondary schools. The faculty cooperates with numerous Czech and foreign partners, as well as the private sector.
The faculty offers a wide range of fields, starting from biology and physics through geography and information technologies to mathematics and chemistry in fulltime or combined mode of study. The most recent additions to the fields taught at the faculty include Applied Nanotechnologies, Chemistry and Toxicology and Computer Modelling in Science and Technology. You can also study in English at our faculty - Computer Modelling in ScienceandTechnology and Geographies of Transformations.
Graduates find employment in public administration institutions, bodies and institutions of the European Union, nature conservation, land-use planning, laboratories, research institutes, in tourism, as network administrators or programmers and developers of web applications in the public and private sector. Last but not least, some of our graduates work as natural sciences teachers at primary and secondary schools.
Admission and entrance exams
Bachelor study programs
In the single-field study programs Applied Nanotechnologies, Applied Computer Modelling, Applied Nanotechnology (EN), Applied Computer Modelling (EN), Geography, Geography of Central Europe, Information Systems, Mathematics in Companies and Public Administration, and Chemistry and Toxicology, applicants are accepted without sitting an entrance exam.
In the single-field study programs Biology, Physics and Physics (EN), applicants are accepted based on a written test.
In the two-field study programs Physics, Geography, Chemistry, Informatics, and Mathematics, applicants are accepted without sitting an entrance exam.
In the Biology two-field study program, applicants are accepted based on a written test.
Post-Bachelor Master study programs
In the study programs Biology Teaching for Secondary Schools, Geography Teaching for Primary Schools, and Geography Teaching for Secondary Schools, applicants are accepted without sitting an entrance exam. In the Geography single-field study program, applicants are accepted based on a structured portfolio. In the remaining study programs, applicants are accepted based on an oral interview, which may be omitted if certain conditions are met.
Applications for the academic year 2021/2022 can be submitted by 30/4/2021.
Electronic application: CZK 500
Hard-copy application: CZK 500
Our faculty celebrated 15 years since its establishment
Faculty, which is a part of University J. E. Purkyně in Ústí nad Labem (UJEP), was established 4th November 2005.
The faculty offers study mainly under the Erasmus+ program. More information about study abroad is available here.
Students can also travel abroad for internships under the Erasmus+ program. Students at the Faculty of Natural Sciences have the opportunity to be part of research teams, complete practical training in partner companies and thus increase their chance of being well positioned on the labour market in future.
Accommodation and dormitories
Jan Evangelista Purkyně University in Ústí nad Labem offers accommodation at dormitories. The rules applicable to accommodation, accommodation types and the pricelist are available on the website of the UJEP Dormitories and Refectories Administration here. Private accommodation in another option. Advertisements offering private accommodation are usually displayed in the entrances of individual university buildings.