Sustainability is a core issue in our modern world. The bachelor programme “Sustainable Use of Natural Resources” has been designed to meet the needs of students, at undergraduate level, to acquire comprehensive and relevant education in the sphere of sustainability. The study programme delivers both theoretical and practical knowledge of the various aspects of natural resources management and comprises compulsory, compulsory-optional as well as fully optional subjects, in which students acquire basic scientific knowledge about soil, water, atmosphere, plants and animals. Subjects include mathematics, statistics, physics, chemistry, geology, zoology and botany. These theoretical subjects are interlinked with practical subjects, such as pedology (soil studies), meteorology (studies of the atmosphere and the weather), hydrology and hydrogeology (studies of water and its relationship with soil), landscape architecture, grass management, gardening, forestry, genetics, cartography, environmental economy and the EU integration process. Studies are completed by the defence of a BSc Thesis and a Bachelor State Exam. Graduates are well prepared for further studies in the MSc programme “Natural Resources and Environment”. Erasmus exchange students at BSc level can enrol for one or two semesters.
|Applications start||1st November 2016|
|Applications end||31st March 2017|
|Start of study:||2nd October 2017|
Secondary school state leaving exam diploma, entrance examination in the form of multiple-choice tests in Biology and Chemistry in the English language.
|Study duration||3 years|
|School fees||€ 290 per year 1|
1 Deadline for application might be postponed. For detailed info contact prof. Ing. Josef Soukup, CSc. (firstname.lastname@example.org)