Czech Technical University in Prague
Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU) a leading technical research university with a long tradition, located in the picturesque city of Prague and is the oldest non-military technical university in Europe, founded in 1707.
The University’s long tradition of cutting edge science and engineering, together with high-quality technical education, ensues from the work of many great personalities, including the famous physicist Christian Doppler, notable chemists such as Vladimir Prelog, and renowned engineers such as F. J. Gerstner and J. Bozek.
Currently about 22 000 students are enrolled at eight faculties and five institutes, covering a total of 132 accredited bachelor, master and PhD studyprogrammes 482 fields of study within these programmes.
The University has built up strong bonds with its industrial partners, including important world-scale players, such as Toyota, Skanska, Bosch, Siemens, Honeywell, GE, Rockwell, ABB, McKinsey, DaimlerChrysler, and Skoda-Volkswagen.
Our alumni work as engineers and/or managers in these companies.
Others venture into starting up their own company, including, for example, Netbeans and Telematix, which now operate internationally.
Many graduates become successful researchers and professors at foreign universities and in unique partner laboratories, including CERN and the Brookhaven National Laboratory....