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- Prague, Czech Republic
Language of Instruction(s)
Minimum GPA: 2.5
- Restricted to College of Engineering students
Program Type: Reciprocal Exchange
- Residence Hall
Study Abroad Advisors
- Nika Teague (ENGR)
Scholarship Available: Study Abroad Competitive Scholarship
Czech Technical University
Prague, Czech Republic
Fall, Spring, AY
Sponsored by Czech Technical University
Work with your Academic Advisor to identify what courses you should take on your study abroad program. You should utilize the Transfer Equivalency Office (TEO) website to review courses that are already approved. Additionally, you should visit the program website link to learn more about course offerings on this program.
Instructions for Using the TEO Website
1. Visit the TEO website.
2. Select the appropriate nation from the drop down. For this program, please select Czech Republic .
3. Select the appropriate institution from the drop down. For this program, please select Czech Technical University in Prague.
4. Courses that have already been evaluated will appear. Use the toggle at the bottom of the webpage to view more courses, if available.
5. If you are not interested in taking courses that are already approved, visit with your Study Abroad Counselor/Program Manager. Your Counselor/Program Manager will request syllabi for courses in which you are interested.
Please note the course equivalency review process can take time, so please be patient. After all courses have been evaluated, your Study Abroad Counselor/Program Manager will send your Credit Pre-Approval Form to your Academic Advisor for approval.
Credit & Grade Conversion Guide
Academic credit and grades will be converted to TTU credit based an official scale. Credit conversions and grades from your study abroad program cannot be changed. If you have any questions, please contact the Study Abroad Credit Coordinator. To see the academic credit conversion scale for your country, please visit the TTU Study Abroad Credit Conversion site and find your country. To see the grade conversion scale for your country, please visit the TTU Study Abroad Grade Conversion site and find your university.
• Students planning to study abroad on this program must have their courses pre-approved before studying abroad. Your Study Abroad Counselor/Program Manager will start this process for you.
• Students must discuss their plans with their Academic Advisor to determine which courses meet the requirements for their degree plan.
• Failure to take pre-approved courses may result in a loss of academic credit. You must send your Study Abroad Counselor/Program Manager your finalized course schedule after your courses begin.
• You must also request an official transcript be sent to the Study Abroad Credit Coordinator. Under no circumstances will a hand-carried or student copy be accepted.
• You may be required to bring textbooks, syllabi, class notes, special projects, tests, and papers written for each class back to TTU. For Art classes this may include paintings, ceramics, pictures, or jewelry.
• You must stay enrolled in all courses for the duration of the program.
• After acceptance to this program you will be enrolled into a placeholder course by your Study Abroad Counselor/Program Manager. This placeholder course tells TTU you are still a student while you are studying away from campus. You must stay enrolled in this course for the duration of your program.
Funding & Finances
Scholarships are available through various Colleges and departments at TTU and include examples such as the Study Abroad Competitive Scholarship. Visit the scholarships webpage as well as the Easy Guide to Study Abroad Scholarships to learn more.
Scholarships are also available through the program, in this case, Czech Technical University. Review Czech Technical University scholarships for even more funding opportunities.
Did you know that 97% of TTU financial aid travels abroad?! Learn more by visiting the study abroad financial aid webpage.
• The process of paying for study abroad
• Withdrawal and refund policy
Identify & Life Abroad
Studying abroad can be one of the most transformative experiences of your college career. It is an opportunity to develop academically, personally and professionally. Entering a new culture can be challenging for everyone. The Study Abroad Office is committed to supporting your international experiences, regardless of your identity. Please review the identity abroad section of our website for additional information.
Welcome to your Study Abroad journey! Follow these steps to successfully submit your application. We recommend you begin this process at least one year prior to the term you plan to study abroad.
Be sure you're eligible to study abroad first! The Study Abroad Office is here to help - contact a Counselor if you have questions about getting started.
Before you can meet with a Study Abroad Counselor, please follow the steps below to ensure you are the best prepared.
For students interested in Faculty-Led Programs, including Summer in Sevilla:
1. Research program options and talk with loved ones about your interest in studying abroad. Consider how you'll earn academic credit while abroad. Filter by program type to find faculty-led programs.
2. Start your online application.
3. Attend the required group advising session listed in your application
4. Communicate with your faculty leader for any specific questions.
For students interested in affiliate or exchange programs, including internships, research, and service:
1. Research program options and talk with loved ones about your interest in studying abroad. Consider how you'll earn academic credit while abroad. Filter by program type to find partner programs.
2. Start your online application. This will start an advising application for you and does not tie you to a specific program. Your Advisor will move your application over.
3. Complete the advising application in its entirety.
4. Schedule an appointment with the appropriate Advisor for your region of interest using Raider Success Hub. The Advisor cannot accept the appointment until they confirm that you have completed your Advising application.
For students unsure of which program they are interested in, please follow the steps below:
1. Research program options. Start any application for an affiliate or exchange program. This will start an advising application for you and does not tie you to a specific program. Your Advisor will move your application over.
2. Complete the advising application in its entirety.
3. Schedule an appointment with the appropriate Advisor for your region of interest using Raider Success Hub. The Advisor cannot accept the appointment until they confirm that you have completed your Advising application.
In the meantime, be sure you have a valid passport. If you need to, apply for a passport. Did you know TTU has a passport processing office right here on campus?!!
Already accepted to your study abroad program? Review your next steps for after acceptance to learn about the next set of tasks to complete.