Founded in 1906 as the Faculty of Agriculture at the Czech Polytechnics in Prague, Czech University of Life Sciences Prague is a public university focused on agricultural education and research. It was a part of Czech Technical University until 1952 when the faculty became an independent institution and renamed University College of Agriculture in Prague. In 1995 the university was renamed to its current name. CULS Prague is currently comprised of six faculties and one institution. It has more than 18,000 enrolled students.
Czech University of Life Sciences Prague is comprised of the following colleges/faculties:
• Economics and Managements
• Agrobiology, Food and Natural Resources
• Forestry and Wood Sciences
• Environmental Sciences
• Tropical AgriSciences
• Institute of Education and Communication
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