The field of study Fisheries and Protection of Waters is a comprehensive and universal field which, in addition to knowledge from the biological, ecological and technological aspects of fisheries and water management, focuses on the issue of protection of the aquatic environment. It also provides an overview of related or related fields. The issue of both directions is deepened here. In the case of fisheries, this applies in particular to special fish farming, fish reproduction and breeding, in the case of water protection to the protection of water resources, measures to support wildlife biodiversity, open water management, wastewater treatment and the aspect of aquatic contamination. The issue of fisheries and water protection is understood in this study program inseparably and comprehensively and is based on legislative requirements and modern trends and needs. Within the study, it is possible to further focus on the genetics and reproduction of fish, special aquaculture or, more deeply, the area of water protection.
Graduates of the i) bachelor's degree programmes or higher degree programmes close in focus to the programme they are applying for, or ii) graduates of other bachelor's degree programmes or higher degree programmes who demonstrate sufficient professional knowledge for the study of the programme they are applying for, will be admitted to the study programme Fishery and Protection of Waters. Graduates of bachelor's degree programmes in fisheries, water and environmental protection, biology, chemistry and veterinary medicine who will prove a certain weighted study average (the amount of the average will be specified annually by the dean's decision) and a bachelor's thesis with a grade no worse than 2 (very good) will be admitted without an entrance examination. Applicants who do not meet the conditions for admission without an entrance examination are to pass a written test. Applicants to the combined form of study will be admitted in a similar manner, but, in addition, the applicant's previous experience and motivation to improve their qualifications will be taken into account. The final order of applicants will be based on the points assigned by the admissions committee according to the data in the CV and motivation letter (weighting 40 %) and according to the results of the written test (weighting 60 %). Detailed conditions for admission to study can be found in the relevant Dean's measure for the admission procedure.