Detailed information about the Czech Republic Study Abroad program is available. The link contains an introductory page followed by the 2006 informational booklet provided by the Czech University of Agriculture. In the informational booklet you will find detailed information about the class topics, field trips and the university.


  • Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, is one of Europe‚Äôs most celebrated and beautiful cities. It is home to many significant cultural, social and scientific events and conferences during the year.
  • The Czech University of Agriculture is home to almost 13,000 students and 1,200 staff. Last year the University celebrated 100 years of existence.


Enrich your educational experience by taking advantage of at least one of the numerous opportunities available for study abroad. The Web site link below allows you to do a search for universities which, together with TTU, offer study abroad opportunities for your particular agricultural discipline. Explore the various opportunities and complete the online application for study abroad at this Web site. In person, you may find out more about TTU Study Abroad programs through the Overseas Resources Center located on the TTU Campus in Room 110J of the International Cultural Center.

The College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources Prague Study Abroad program is an extensive program that focuses on agriculture and its development in the Czech Republic. The six-week course that is oriented toward the business/economic and production/natural resource issues of European agriculture. The course extends from mid-June through the end of July and is a combination of lectures and frequent field trips. Most weekends are open for individual travel plans. The program centers on the Czech University of Agriculture in the beautiful city of Prague, Czech Republic.

Norman Hopper
Associate Dean for Academic & Student Programs | (806)742-2808