Sustainability for nature and mankind
The growing civilization faces an extreme challenge regarding its sustainable development. The natural resources are under pressure which never happened before. A management of resources that serve mankind is highly needed. A failure in proper use of natural resources means future failure of the civilization.
A three-year bachelor´s study programme aims to teach students how to manage sustainability of natural resources exploitation together with mankind development. The main focus of our programme is exploitation of natural resources tightly connected to food production. Soil and water are the key players in the story.
Our programme is designed to provide its students with a strong knowledge of the studied topics and with a strong theoretical background in specialised classes. Balanced combination of classes, excursions and practical training is targeted to make you a ready to work as a specialist in area of natural resources exploitation and protection.
With us you will be ready to manage natural resources that will sustainably serve people.
Is the programme suitable for me?
The programme is suitable for you if you care about sustainability of natural resources and:
➔you are interested in the environment around you,
➔you like to know how agriculture production works and how it affects nature,
➔you feel there is a parallel need for both protection of nature and mankind development,
➔you like creative work combining indoor and outdoor activities,you like to learn how new technologies can be used for improvement of your environment.
What will be my employment opportunities?
After graduation, you can continue to study a master´s programme Natural Resources and Environment or a programme Natural Resources Management and Ecological Engineering. Alternatively, you can find employment as:
➔a civil servant for (local) governments or ministries of agriculture or environment
➔consultant in private sector or NGOs focused on natural resources management connected mainly to soil, water and waste management,
Information about scholarships:
Scholarships of the government of the Czech Republic – you can find more information on the following website of Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports: www.msmt.cz/eu-and-international-affairs/scholarships
University/Faculty merit scholarship:
The Faculty of Agrobiology, Food, and Natural Resources offers a merit scholarship to international students of Bachelor´s and Master´s study programmes taught in English who achieve excellent study results.
Master´s degree students can apply for a merit scholarship in their second year of study provided that they achieve a study average of 1.0-2.0 in their first year of study. The scholarship ranges from 50% to 10% of the annual tuition fee.
Bachelor´s degree students can apply for a merit scholarship in their second and/or third year of study provided that they achieved a study average of 1.0-2.0 in their first and/or second year of study. The scholarship ranges from 50% to 10% of the annual tuition fee.