Courses for the public are intended for those interested in the public either to develop knowledge and skills relevant to the profession or as preparatory courses for university studies. Professionally oriented courses are directly involved in professional employment and thus also in human economic activity. Preparatory courses for university studies enable participants to broaden or consolidate their knowledge mainly in the fields of mathematics, physics, descriptive geometry and foreign participants to obtain the necessary certificate of knowledge of the Czech language in courses for subsequent study programs in the Czech language.
University of the third age
The University of the Third Age is a specific, interest-oriented type of lifelong learning with the aim of personal development, not a university degree. The basic mission of U3V is to make available university information, knowledge and skills in the field of technical and natural sciences, history, culture, etc. to people of post-productive age.
University of the Third Age is intended for those, who are entitled to a retirement pension and have reached the age of 60. Graduates of U3V courses and programs are issued with a certificate from CTU in Prague. Their handover takes place after the end of the academic year at the ceremonial gathering in Bethlehem Chapel. The amount of fee for U3V courses is governed by the Rector's Order on fees for extraordinary and above-standard administrative acts.
The performance of each organization is determined by the performance of processes and the performance of people, both of which are interdependent. The performance of employees is checked not only through evaluation and remuneration, but also through their development, e.g. in the areas of managerial or communication skills. The professional staff of the university guarantees expert access, effective communication, and ensure the active involvement of all participants. Educational programs focus on linking with practice and using real situations. Successful graduates thus increase their performance, competitiveness and thus the quality of the university.