Information about studies
The organization of all study and pedagogic activities is the responsibility of the Office of the Vice-Rector for Academic Affairs and of the Vice-Deans for Academic Affairs at the individual faculties and are regulated by internal informations. On these websites you can find:
- Study-related regulation
- Academic Calendar
Portal of the University of West Bohemia
- Browse IS/STAG
- Quality of teaching
- Courseware of the University of West Bohemia
- Recognition of university education and qualification abroad
University of West Bohemia in Pilsen (UWB) is composed of eight faculties and Institute of Art and Design. The university has 19 000 students. The study at particular faculty follows internal regulations. The study system is fully compatible with ECTS, which was introduced soon after the university foundation. This system enables the student to decide partly about the pace and content of the study within the chosen study field and also extend the student's specialization and allows choosing from a wide range of subjects offered by all university faculties.
Every subject is evaluated by a number of credits according to its importance. To accomplish the study programme students have to acquire certain number of credits in both compulsory and optional subjects.
The offer of optional subjects joined in thematic areas provides opportunity to study certificate programmes. Accomplishing this programme, students get after graduation not only the degree in the given field of study, but also the certificate.
As the credits are transferable within the ECTS framework, university students can take part of their studies at a university abroad.
University of West Bohemia in Pilsen was given accreditation of the European federation of engineering associations FEANI to provide academic degrees EUR ING to the graduates of technical faculties.
The University of West Bohemia in Pilsen provides a wide variety of courses for both Czech and international students. It is the only institution of higher education in this part of the country which prepares students for careers in engineering (electrical and mechanical), science (computer science, applied mathematics, physics, mechanics), education (both primary and secondary), economics, philosophy, politology, archaeology, anthropology, foreign languages, law and public administration, art and design.
The administration connected with academic matters is the responsibility of the Faculty Offices of Academic Affairs and Institute of Art and Design.
The university also provides courses in life-long education and University of the Third Age.