HELP WITH STUDY AFFAIRS
All applications should be sent to the Czecg Study Department at the following e-mail address firstname.lastname@example.org.
The measures concern students at risk of international conflict in Ukraine, in particular students with Ukrainian citizenship.
- Students can complete the 2021/22 summer semester according to their individual study plan. They must apply for permission in writing by 21. 3. 2022.
CANCELLATION OF A REGISTERED COURSE
- Students may request to drop a course, but they must have the minimum number of credits according to the course policy. They must request cancellation in writing by 21. 3. 2022.
EXTENSION OF THE EXAMINATION PERIOD
- In the event that students are unable to complete examinations, credits and graded credits in the summer term 2021/22, they may request an individual extension of this examination period. They must apply for an extension in writing before the end of the examination period.
POSTPONING THE SUBMISSION OF THE BACHELOR'S OR MASTER'S DIPLOMA
- In the event that students are unable to submit their bachelor's or master's diploma by the regular deadline, they may request an individual postponement of this deadline and defend their final project at the end of August and beginning of September 2022. They must apply for the postponement in writing by 13. 5. 2022.
EXTENSION OF DEADLINES FOR ONGOING PROJECTS
- Students may request extensions to the due dates for submission of ongoing projects during the semester. The request should first be addressed to the teacher who set the deadline or to the study department.
REDUCTION OR WAIVER OF TUITION FEES
- Ukrainian students studying in Czech study programmes will have the fees they should pay for longer studies reduced or waived.
INTERRUPTION OF STUDIES
- Ukrainian students who receive a call-up order will have their studies interrupted at any time during the semester. The period of interruption will not be counted towards the maximum period of study. Students will be allowed to continue their interrupted studies and complete their studies properly.
psychological and legal assistance
The Centre for Information and Counselling Services of CTU (CIPS) offers students the opportunity to take advantage of psychological consultation, social and legal assistance. If you feel that this help would be helpful to you please do not hesitate to contact them.
CIPS and ELSA offer an open sharing group for all CTU students who feel threatened by the current situation in Ukraine. The group will be led by an experienced crisis interventionist. Every Thursday 5-7 pm at CIPS, Student House, Bechyňova 3, Prague 6. No prior registration required.
HELP WITH ACCOMMODATION
- It is possible to accommodate persons related to Ukrainian students in CTU accommodation facilities free of charge.
- FA CTU will offer for accommodation of Ukrainian war refugees a training centre Tuláček Farm in Kruh u Jilemnice.
SCHOLARSHIP of FA CTU
- Extraordinary and one-time scholarship of 10 000 CZK for Ukrainian students of the CTU FA. Applications are to be submitted in person to the study department of the FA or by e-mail to Veronika Redlichová, email@example.com. Details in the news.
CONTRIBUTION OF CTU
- In case of material need, Ukrainian students can apply for free accommodation in the CTU dormitories, free meals in the CTU canteens and a CZK 10,000/month allowance. The application should be submitted via e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
HELP WITH FINDING A JOB
- The CTU Career Centre offers a helping hand to all students from Ukraine who need to find a job and to their families. Contact: email@example.com
Directive of the Dean of the FA CTU, measures for the course of study of students threatened by the international armed conflict in Ukraine - in Czech (PDF, 349,14 KB)
Application form for exceptional scholarship for Ukrainian students - in Czech (PDF, 54,26 KB)
Rector's Order No. 02/2022 on the war situation in Ukraine (PDF, 93,95 KB)
Statement of the Czech Rectors' Conference on the situation in Ukraine - in Czech (PDF, 225,50 KB)