As early as 1776, lectures in agricultural economics were introduced at the Faculty of Philosophy of the Charles University in Prague. The Chair of Agricultural Economy was located at the Czech Polytechnic, on the basis of an Imperial Decree issued on 17 December 1812. The first lectures in forestry sciences were launched in autumn 1848. 


On 1 January 1995 the University of Agriculture in Prague was renamed the Czech University of Agriculture in Prague. In 1998, in accordance with the governmental act 111/1998 Coll., the Czech University of Agriculture became a public university, and enjoyed a great deal of autonomy in matters related to the development of new study programmes (including study programmes taught entirely in English), the appointment of new Rectors by the university Academic Senate, and overall autnomy for the development of infrastructure and new strategic plans, including membership of relevant international university networks and consortia. In 2007 the English name of the university was changed to the Czech University of Life Sciences Prague.





Bachelor’s and Master’s

USD / academic year


USD / academic year

 Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources 3,200 5,400
 Tropical AgriSciences 3,200 5,400
 Economics and Management 3,200 5,400
 Engineering 3,200 5,400
 Environmental Science 3,200 5,400

 These prices are estimated. Final price will be quoted in a moment of enquiry according to exchange rate.