The Faculty of Applied Sciences has been part of the University since its foundation. Our aim is to set the direction of our creative potential, promote state-of-the-art technological development, acknowledge current challenges facing society and contribute significantly to their solution. We successfully combine disciplines rooted in Engineering and Natural Sciences.
During your studies, you can actively participate in the implementation of many interesting research and development projects, using modern laboratories and facilities of the European Centre of Excellence NTIS – New Technologies for the Information Society, which is part of the Faculty. By graduating from our faculty, you will become highly qualified professional with excellent prospects on the job market.
Admission and entrance exams
Courses taught in English are open to students in Ph.D. study programmes only.
For more information on courses taught in Czech see the following pages. There is no tuition fee.
For further information see International Office of the University of West Bohemia.
Ing. Jan Pospíšil, Ph.D. Faculty
Coordinator for Mobilities and International Students
+ 420 377 632 675
The administrative fee for admission procedure in bachelor's and master's degree programmes is 500 CZK (approx. 21 EUR or 24 USD). The administrative fee for admission procedure in doctoral study programmes is 800 CZK (approx. 33 EUR or 38 USD).
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Erasmus+ Application Procedure
If you are from institutions with a valid Erasmus+ inter-institutional agreement with our faculty, you can apply for the Erasmus+ mobility at your department/faculty. If your institution is not mentioned in the list and you would like to come to Plzen, a new inter-institutional agreement has to be signed. This is not a difficult task, we are willing to accept students from new destinations. Please contact one of our departmental coordinators as well as your Erasmus+ coordinator at your university. We will try to do our best to get your Erasmus+ mobility grant to come here.
Mobility possibilities in the Erasmus+ programme
- student mobility for studies (SMS): 3-12 months, min. 20 ECTS credits (recommended 30),
- student mobility for traineeships (SMT), also known as Erasmus+ internship, 2-12 months,
- staff mobility for teaching (STA): 1-8 weeks, min. 8 hours teaching per week,
- staff mobility for training (STT): 2 days - 2 months.
If you are from a country or institution that is not participating in the Erasmus+ programme, you still can come to study in Plzen as the so called free-mover, if you have your own funding. We are willing to accept students from new destinations. Please contact one of our departmental coordinators for more information. We will try to do our best to welcome you here.