Specializing in agricultural education and research, the Czech University of Life Sciences in Prague was established in the Czech capital city in 1906 as the Czech Technical University. The university offers 40 different academic programs taught in English, with roughly 15 of these available at undergraduate level and 25 at postgraduate level.
The university is comprised of the following faculties:
- Economics and Management
- Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources
- Forestry and Wood Sciences
- Tropical AgriSciences
- Institute for Education and Consultancy
- Physical Education
The university also has a university farm, 11 hectares of grapevines, a 12-hectare arboretum, and a 4,600-hectare forest with a castle, a garden centre, a sawmill, 70 hectares of fishponds, and education facilities.