The Management of the Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague fully agrees with the Statement of the Czech Rectors’ Conference, the CTU Rector’s Position and the CTU Academic Senate’s Resolution on the war in Ukraine. We condemn the war against a sovereign state and express our unequivocal support for the people of Ukraine.
The CTU Rector’s Office has set up an e-mail account firstname.lastname@example.org, which serves the Ukrainian students at CTU in case of personal distress and where they can also communicate in Ukrainian.
In the case of study related problems, contact your official at the Student Administration, and you can also address the Vice-Dean for Education, prof. Zuzana Pešková.
Psychological and legal assistance will be provided by the CTU Centre for Information and Counselling Services (CIPS) at the following contacts: e-mail email@example.com and phone No. (+420) 224 358 460.
We are constantly monitoring the situation and, in cooperation with the CTU Rector’s Office, will be seeking the most effective help for our Ukrainian students and those bravely defending Ukraine in the coming days.
prof. Jiří Máca, Dean
CTU in Prague welcomes Ukrainian students refugees
Assistance in studies
Assistance to researchers, academics and university workers
Assistance in material need
firstname.lastname@example.org email account set up for the Ukrainian students at CTU in case of personal distress where they can also communicate in Ukrainian
+420 771 227 994 CTU support and assistance line, Monday – Sunday, 9:00 – 19:00, in Ukrainian, Russian, Czech, English language
The Student Administration of the Faculty of Civil Engineering CTU in Prague for solving any study related problems (please contact your official).
Alternatively, you can also contact the Vice-Dean for Education, prof. Zuzana Pešková
The CTU Centre for Information and Counselling Services (CIPS) offers psychological and legal advice
CIPS Supporting Group for CTU students and employees of all nationalities every Thursday 17:00 – 19:00