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Exchange Studies

Exchange students can apply for a short-term study at TBU either within Erasmus+ exchange programme or as freemovers within any other exchange programme. In case you are concerning the Erasmus programme don’t forget that there has to be an Erasmus Agreement between TBU and your university.

If you would like to come for practical traineeship, work in labs, do a research, please contact us first and explain your interest in a short motivation letter and enclose your CV. Sure we will find a way for you to cooperate and join our team.

For those of you who want to study at FT TBU, there is a list of courses below sorted by bachelor and master degree. Each exchange student is expected to obtain 30 credits per semester and is allowed to freely choose which courses to take. The minimum is 15 credits per semester. Choose wisely, you will need to fill your course choice in the application.

Notes:
SS = Summer semester (February – June)
WS = Winter semester (September – January)
ECTS credits =  a student-centred credit system based on the student workload required to achieve the objectives of a programme of study.

BACHELOR DEGREEMASTER DEGREE
Course namecodesemesterECTS creditsCourse namecodesemesterECTS credits
Applied SpectroscopyTE5ASWS4Electromagnetic Properties of MaterialsTE9EMWS4
Basics of Food PackagingTE5ZBWS4Recycling and Disposal of Solid WastesTE9PTWS5
Thermal Analysis of MaterialsTE5TAWS3Applied RheologyTE7ARWS5
Basics of BiologyTE1BGWS4Polymers and the EnvironmentTE9PZWS4
Technology of Milk and Dairy ProductsTE5TMWS4Advanced Polymer Materials and TechnologiesTE9PMWS4
The Principles of Food Commodities ScienceTE1ZNWS4Sensory Analysis of FoodTE7SHWS5
Gastronomic Technology IIITE5GTWS5Emulsifiers and StabilizersTE9SWS4
Chemistry and Technology of Fats ITE5CTWS4Food Technology of Plant Foodstuffs ITE7PRWS6
Polymer Processing EngineeringTE5ZPWS4Technology of Animal Food Production ITE7TZWS5
Process Engineering IITE5PRWS7Isolation, Purification and Analysis of ProductsTE9IPWS4
Organic Chemistry LaboratoryTE3LOWS3Environmental GeologyTE9EGWS3
Physics IITE3FWS6Water TechnologyTE7TVWS7
Biochemistry ITE3BCWS4Food Analysis and EvaluationTEAAHWS6
General MicrobiologyTE3MBWS6Principles of Food PreservationTE7PUWS6
Food MicrobiologyTE5PBWS5Methods of Organic Materials SynthesisTE7MSWS5
Food ChemistryTE5CPWS3Physics of Polymers II TEFP2WS6
Basics of Elasticity and Strength TE3ZPWS5Properties of Composite MaterialsTUVI/TE7VKWS4
Characterization of PolymersTE6CHSS4Theory and Methods of Structural AnalysisTE7TMWS5
Rheology of Food and CosmeticsTE6RESS4Master Thesis ITEDP1WS30
Introduction to BiotechnologyTE2UBSS3Additives for PlasticsTE7PPWS6
The Principles of Sensory AnalysisTE4SASS3Physics of PolymersTE9F2WS6
Gastronomic Technology ITE2GTSS3Plastics TechnologyTE7PTWS7
Chemistry and Technology of Surfactants ITE4CTSS2Technology of Natural PolymersTE7TPWS6
Analysis and Evaluation of Fats and CosmeticsTE6AHSS5Physical Methods in BiomedicineTE8FBWS3
Natural PolymersTE6PPSS5Nanomaterials and Nanotechnologies TE7NNWS3
Process Engineering ITE4PISS7Fatigue and Ageing of PolymersTEUSPSS5
Physical ChemistryTE4FCSS6Production Processing Optimalization ITE8OPSS4
Physics ITE2FSS5Polymer Physics ITE8F1SS5
Methods of MicroscopyTE6MMSS2Chemistry and Technology of Fats IITE8TTSS6
Inorganic Chemistry LaboratoryTE2LASS3Neutracetical Chemistry TE8NUSS3
Nonmetallic MaterialsTE6NASS3Inspection and Testing MethodsTE8KZSS5
Biochemistry IITE4BCSS4Natural and Synthetic Polymer CompositesTE8PKSS7
Introduction to Redevelopment GeologyTE4SGSS2Food Technology of Plant Foodstuffs IITE8PRSS4
Pollutants Occurrence and PropertiesTE6VVSS3The Physical Characteristics of Foodstuffs/FoodTE8FVSS2
Instrumental AnalysisTE4INSS3Biotechnology and Technical MicrobiologyTE8BTSS5
Food AnalysisTE6ANSS6Technology of Animal Food Production II TE8TZSS5
Bachelor Thesis*TEBPSS10Polymer BlendsTE8SPSS5
Medicinal ChemistryTE8MCSS4Rubber TechnologyTE8GTSS8
Quality and Metrology TE6JMSS4Master Thesis II *TEDP2SS30

*For exchange students coming to work on their final thesis. The TBU supervisor has to agree with the thesis topic and ability to supervise the student in advance.

TBU also offers Czech Language Course for TBU foreign students. The course is free of charge. Students who successfully pass the final exam will receive a special certificate confirming receiving 3 ECTS credits. This means that this course will not be listed in your Learning Agreement! Find more information here.

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