- 5 reasons for becoming an exchange/degree student at the Faculty of Theology, USB
- Study programmes in English and other foreign languages
Studying at the Faculty
Dear international students,
We are very happy that you are interested in our Faculty of Theology. In its research and teaching activities the faculty focuses on theology and philosophy, as well as social work and education, where the emphasis is put on Christian ethical and social values. In case you are interested in studying at our faculty you can choose from a range of bachelor's, master's and doctoral programmes, as well as programmes of lifelong learning.
There are several possibilities for international students studying at our Faculty.
(1) If you speak Czech and you are interested in studying at our faculty in our bachelor's, master's or doctoral programmes in Czech, please see the Czech version of this website, especially the Section for prospective students (in Czech); or for our programmes of lifelong learning, please see the Czech version of this website, especially Lifelong Learning (in Czech). For further information (in Czech), please contact the registrar's office: email@example.com or the lifelong learning programmes' office: firstname.lastname@example.org.
(2) If you don't speak Czech you may be:
International students are encouraged to join either of two doctoral degree programmes in a foreign language. We offer a complete post-graduate programme of Doctor of Theology (Th.D.), in German and in English. We also offer a post-graduate programme of Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in English and a post-graduate programme of Doctor of Charity Theory in German and in English. If you want to know more details about these programmes, please contact the dean's office: email@example.com.
You may make use of a mobility programme such as Erasmus+ or others.
The Faculty of Theology doesn't offer any bachelor's or master's degree study programmes in English and German languages. However, it offers several courses which are taught primarily in English (and some others also in German, Italian, Spanish).
The rest of courses is taught in Czech but lecturers can provide English materials and students will be expected to familiarise themselves with the materials and fulfil the requirements, such as making a presentation, written paper, etc. Our courses cover four main areas of study: Philosophy, Theology, Leisure Time Education and Social Work.
To be able to orientate yourselves in the courses please see these list of courses.Please be aware that the faculty Eramsus+ coordinator has to always check whether the course will be opened in the particular semester.
You may also want to your your school system and see the school system STAG system and see the courses offered by the whole university (its other faculties). You may also contact the International Relations Vice-Dean's Office in case you need more information: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Once your nomination is submitted you will receive an information e-mail with the web link to reach your online application. Please follow this online application manual.
|winter semester 2020/2021|
|arrival of international students||no later than 21/09/2020|
|orientation week||21/09/2020 - 25/09/2020|
|end of teaching period||09/01/2021|
|examination period||11/01 - 13/02/2021|
|summer semester 2020/2021|
|arrival of international students||no later than 08/02/2021|
|orientation week||08/02/2021 - 12/02/2021|
|end of teaching period||22/05/2021|
|examination period||24/05/2021 - 30/06/2021|