University of Chemistry and Technology

The University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague (UCT Prague) is the largest university focused on technical chemistry in Central Europe, and is one of the top universities in the Czech Republic.

UCT Prague is a university with a rich history, highly ranked, and with excellent prospects for the future. Graduates from UCT Prague are sought after and valued by a wide range of employers worldwide.

The excellent general education provided by UCT Prague, both in the natural sciences and in engineering, together with a strong orientation in informatics and application of computers, forms an excellent basis for students seeking careers not only within, but also beyond the chemical, petrochemical and food industries. UCT Prague has been established as an independent university in 1952.

Over 17 000 students have graduated with an MSc (Ing.) degree from UCT since 1952, as well as hundreds of post-graduates with PhD degrees, leading to academic positions, such as Associate Professor or Full Professor.

Faculty of Chemical Technology

Faculty of Environmental Technology

Faculty of food and biochemical technology

Faculty of chemical engineering

Faculty of Chemical Technology