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How to apply (incoming exchanges)

 It is important to follow below instruction and set deadlines. Any problems or concerns should be sent to: 

1. Get Nominated by your Home Institution

Your home institution will be able to provide you with detailed information regarding exchange study programme opportunities and is responsible for the selection and official nomination procedures.

The official nomination includes your:

  • Name
  • Date of birth
  • Email
  • Period of stay

Nominations for the academic year 2022/2023 has to be done through a provisional nomination form for student mobilities. Contact the Department of International Relations at UCT Prague ( for the link.

UCT Prague, as host university, confirms student admission for studies according to its selection criteria.

Nomination deadlines

Winter Semester or Full Academic Year

  • Admissions process is open from 1 April until 31 May (for Non-EU deadline is 24 May)


Summer Semester

  • Admissions process is open from 1 September until 31 October (for Non-EU deadline is 24 October)


2. Note the Application Deadlines

All completed, printed, and mailed / uploaded application materials must sent to . To be successfully accepted to study at UCT Prague, students must follow the deadlines below:

Winter Semester or Full Academic Year

  • 15 June (for Non-EU/Visa students - 24 May)
    •       Admissions process opens 1 April

Summer Semester

  • 15 November (for Non-EU/Visa students - 24 October)
    •       Admissions process opens 1 September

It is highly recommended to begin the application process as soon as possible. The Non-EU students needs to ensure they have enough time to complete our application process and start the visa process.


3.  Certify your English Language Skills

UCT Prague requires that you have a good command of English in order to study successfully here and you must provide us with proof of your English language skills.

Non-Native English Speakers

The minimum requirement is level B1, preferably B2 and above, according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Recognised Certificates

  • Cambridge ESOL: minimum PET/FCE
  • TOEFL iBT: minimum score 80
  • IELTS: minimum band score 5.0


Other Acceptable Formats (if you do not have any internationally-recognised certificate):

  • Online Linguistic Support Certificate
  • Certificate issued by a language center in the sending institution (accepted only if it confirms the minimum language skills level B1-B2)
  • Certificate issued by a language school (accepted only if it confirms the minimum language skills level B1-B2)
  • > Confirmation of language knowledge confirmed by a language center or a language school in case the student does not have any of the official documents mentioned above

Native English Speakers

Students whose mother tongue is English or who fully study in English at their home university are exempted from this obligation.


4. Provide us with all Application Forms and Materials

Nominated students will receive an informative email on how to submit their application documents. UCT Prague does not accept original paper forms as scans and electronically signed documents are sufficient.

Medical assessment

Work in the laboratories involves direct contact with chemicals that might endanger the health of the student as well as put into danger the health of other persons. For this reason, the Medical assessment of fitness to study at UCT Prague is requested. 

Students taking a project A, B or C and trainees have to submit the confirmed form together with their application.

 Application Materials Checklist

Student Application form: an online form

you will receive a link to this online form after a nomination from your university

> Erasmus Learning Agreement for Studies

> Learning Agreement for Studies - other programmes

preferably with the EXACT dates of your arrival and departure

> Proof of English Language Skills

> Medical assessment form

only students taking course Project A, B or C and trainees

Transcript of Records

Issued by your home institution; an official record of your higher education studies to date

Motivational letter and CV

Non-EU students: Scan of your passport

Note: Learning Agreement, Confirmation of Language Knowledge, and Transcript of Records forms must be officially confirmed by the respective representatives.


5. Application documents submitted

Nominated students will receive an informative email on how to submit their application documents. All documents will be formally checked by the Department of International Relations and if everything will be alright the student will receive an email confirmation that he/she is accepted and signed Learning Agreement.

  • In case the sending institution requires an official acceptance letter, this document can be issued upon request.

If the sending institution requires any original documents to be signed, those should be sent to:

b Address

University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague
Department of International Relations
Adéla Habartová
Technicka 5
166 28 Prague 6
Czech Republic

Note for Students from Non-EU Countries

Letter of Acceptance

You will receive a Letter of Acceptance in Czech language from us, which you will need to submit as part of your application for a student visa.

Student Visa

Since it may take up to 60 days to process your visa application from the first visit the Embassy (for more information, please contact the Czech embassy nearest you), application forms should be sent to UCT Prague at least one month before the application deadline.

UCT Prague cannot issue a Letter of Acceptance before receiving complete application forms.


6. Accommodation

Accommodation for students is provided at UCT dormitories situated at the outskirts of Prague.

To apply for accommodation please fill in the Application for accommodation and send it to

Download the application form

The accommodation application form must be delivered to the accommodation office of UCT Prague between the 1st of July 2022 and the 22th of July 2022.  

Application deadline for the Winter semester: 22.07.2022.

Please obey the Accommodation Rules

The International Relations office is not responsible for student accommodation. For all information please refer to the Halls of Residence web page or contact them via e-mail:

Winter Semester

  • Check-in between 9. - 12. September 2022.
  •   Students coming only for the winter semester will get a place in the UCT Halls of Residence only until 31.1.2022 due to the limited capacity of the dormitory rooms.

Summer Semester 

The update for the Academic Year 2022/2023 will be in November.

  • Students coming only for the summer semester will be accommodated between 3 - 6 February 2022. Check-in before this date will not be allowed.  Check out for summer semester by 30.6.2022
Updated: 1.9.2022 16:58, Author: Adéla Habartová

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