If you’ve wanted since childhood to get to the bottom of things, solve problems and find out how everything works. If you practice chemistry, biology, or physics, and want to learn more about materials, foods, manufacturing technologies, cosmetics, or polymers. If you are looking for disciplines to apply yourself to at a high level of quality without anything standing in your way. And if you do not want to be just another number on a list and would like to spend a few years in the company of great people in Zlín, one of the most beautiful cities we know of …
In that case, the Faculty of Technology at TBU is the right choice for you.
Do you eat? Wash up? Own your own phone? Even without studying here yet, you are already in close contact with the products associated with our degree programmes. This itself demonstrates what a great influence our students have had across the board. But that is not enough for us. We provide internships in companies as well as summers in our laboratories, where you will gain the best possible practice in the industry of your choice so that you will not be fazed in any way by the reality of the working world. Your travels around the globe within Erasmus will help expand your horizons, challenge your stereotypes and diversify your language skills. The Laboratory Centre of the Faculty still smells new and is full of state-of-the-art instruments just waiting for your work (definitely not just the standard stuff you can find everywhere).
In addition, no matter how you plan to spend your college years, we take the time to get to know you to make sure you will not be treated as just another anonymous seat filler in the lecture hall. We want you to enjoy your experience here and to make the most of it, which perhaps differentiates us from other schools with these types of degree programmes. Researchers’ Night, Science Café, our spring celebration “Apráles,” along with various other cultural events during the year are just the icing on the cake.
All of these experiences lead not only to a great future for our graduates, but also to many beautiful memories of “old times”. We can be rightfully proud of both what was in the past as well as what is to come.