As one of the university’s founding faculties, the Faculty of Education of the University of West Bohemia has a long and rich history. We respect the faculty’s past; however, we are aware that the most important thing is the future and therefore we endeavour constantly to be moving ahead. Our concept of teaching is that the knowledge and skills acquired should form the basis of further awareness and development. Based on our belief that theory and practice go hand in hand, we work in close cooperation with associated faculty schools.
Since we welcome diversity and individuality, we provide not only a wide choice of study programmes, but also a range of supplementary subjects based on what you find interesting and enjoy doing.
Please note that the Faculty offers study programmes at all levels only in Czech. For more information on courses taught in Czech see the following websites.
- Mathematics, Physics and Technology
- Computer Science
Admission and entrance exams
We currently offer study programmes only in the Czech language.
For more information on study programmes taught in Czech see the following websites. There is no tuition fee.
CONTACT PERSON – COMMUNICATION ONLY IN CZECH
Head of Study Department
+420 377 636 010
The administrative fee for admission procedure is 500 CZK = 21 EUR = 24 USD.
The University of West Bohemia celebrated its 30th anniversary
Students enjoyed the event Beer with the Rector and had fun during an archery game, orienteering, and other activities.…
For International Students:
You can study at the Faculty of Education within Erasmus+ programme or INTER. You apply for these programmes via your home university. See more: https://www.fpe.zcu.cz/en/
The complete study to receive a degree (BA, MA or PhD) is possible only in Czech language. See more: https://www.fpe.zcu.cz/cs/
RESEARCH AT THE FACULTY IS DEVELOPING PRIMARILY IN THE FOLLOWING THREE AREAS:
1) Branch research brings new professional knowledge in certain scientific branches and ensures its rapid transfer into the educating of future teachers and thus into the education system in the near future. Research in this category, supported to some extent by external grants, has in the long term been yielding internationally acknowledged results in geology, geomorphology, palaeontology, mycology, Czech historiography, oral history, Austrian literature and anthropomotorics.
2) Branch-didactic research stems from the concept of cross-disciplinary didactics, supported by a content-focused approach to the analysis and improvement of teaching. One example is the identification and solution of so-called crucial areas in the teaching curriculum at primary and secondary schools, where so-called action research is carried out with the direct cooperation of teachers in the field.
3) Pedagogical-psychological research focuses, for example on children with epilepsy or individuals with learning difficulties which a directly related to the concept of inclusive education in the Czech Republic.
Every workplace the faculty is involved significantly in at least one of the above-mentioned areas; in branch-didactic and pedagogical-psychological research emphasis is placed on cooperation across the faculty. At the same time the faculty is also heavily involved in promoting cultural events, and, of course, faculty staff are also involved in the compilation of textbooks for different levels of schools.