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International

FAQ

Being an incoming foreign student you might have some questions you need know the answers to. So we wrote the most frequent ones down for you and hope to help you out. These in particular are pretty much oriented on studies at FT UTB, so do not be surprised if you won’t immediately know all the wisdom of The International Office.

In case will not fulfill all your tricky issues you are worrying about, here is another broader list of FAQ TBU created for all the university internationals or you can just contact our coordinator to help you.

Which courses can I take?

You can take and combine any courses which we offer in English. See the list here.

Can I add courses from another faculty?

Yes, you can, but the majority of your courses should be from the faculty you apply for.

What is the minimum and maximum number of credits per semester?

The students usually take 30 ECTS credits per semester, the minimum amount of credits is 16.

How should I arrange working on my final thesis during the exchange?

Send us your CV and a short motivation letter explaining your previous experience and specialization in the study field. You can also send us your thesis proposal. The Faculty Erasmus Coordinator will try to find the relevant supervisor for you.

How can I apply for a traineeship?

Send us your CV and a short motivation letter explaining your previous experience and specialization in the study field. The Faculty Erasmus Coordinator will try to find the relevant supervisor for you.

What do I need to bring to the labs?

Do not forget to bring your laboratory coat and a pair of clean shoes, especially if you have classes from microbiology. Otherwise, you can buy it in a specialized shop in Zlín called „Pracovní oděvy“ the lab coat costs about 300 CZK.

When will I know my timetable?

We arrange the timetables individually for each exchange student. The Erasmus Coordinator will send it to you via email before the semester starts. You will also receive this information at the first informative meeting at the faculty.

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