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Environmental Chemistry and Technology

Environmental Chemistry and Technology

Bachelor Study Sub-programme, Faculty of Environmental Technology

Chemistry Eurobachelor®


If you want to gain knowledge in all areas of life protection, such as air protection, waste, sewage, sampling or ecology this sub-programme is the right choice for you. It assembles information from many fields and allows you not to be directly specialised in one area only. Therefore, you can later focus on different specialisation if ryou wish. It will also show you how to manage your own business by presenting practical basics of law and economics. You will not make a mistake if you choose Environmental Chemistry and Technology sub-programme because it is compatible with many other disciplines and offers wide choice of subjects.


The three-year Bachelor degree programme „Environmental Chemistry and Technology“ is aimed at acquiring a set of basic knowledge in chemical fields related to environmental protection.The graduates are ready to apply for postgraduate studies in all programmes concerning technical chemistry, chemical engineering and programmes related to chemistry and technology.


Study Language Czech
Duration 3 years
Form of study full time + combined
Place of study Praha
Capacity 80 students
Study Programme Enviromental Technology (code B2814)
Study sub-programme code 2805R002
Detailed information at departments Department of Environmental Chemistry
Department of Power Engineering
Department of Water Technology and Environmental Engineering
Selection of recent theses
Complete Curriculum Print curriculum

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