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Contact information

Czech Technical University in Prague

Faculty of Information Technology


Company ID: 68407700
Tax ID: CZ68407700

How to get here

Public transport

If you are planning to come here using the Prague Integrated Transport system, you will find the best connection in the public transport mobile app. The closest public transport stops are:

  • “Dejvická” metro station
  • Tram stops “Dejvická”, “Lotyšská” or “Thákurova”
  • Bus stop “Dejvická”

By car

After leaving the Prague Ring motorway, drive down Evropská street, which you will exit just before Vítězné Square. Most of the Dejvice Campus is part of the purple zone, where you can park during the day for 10–20 CZK per hour. Garáže Dejvice offers underground indoor parking. The entry is from Studentská street.

By train

Once you arrive at the Central station called “Praha – Hlavní nádraží”, you can continue:

  • By tram line no. 26 in the direction “Divoká Šárka” all the way to stop called “Thákurova”.
  • By metro red line C in the direction “Háje” to the station called “Muzeum”; there you change to metro green line A heading towards Nemocnice Motol and continue to the station called “Dejvická”.

Both variants are equal in terms of time. The tram stop no. 26 is located outside the Central station, ca. 200 meters to the right. It is necessary to cross the tram track to get to the correct tram direction.

By bus

Once you arrive at the Central bus station called “Praha – Florenc”, you can continue:

  • By tram line no. 8 in the direction “Nádraží Podbaba” all the way to the stop called “Thákurova”.
  • By metro red line C in the direction “Háje” to the station called “Muzeum”; there you change to metro green line A heading towards Nemocnice Motol and continue to the station called “Dejvická”.

Either variant is equal in terms of time.

By airplane

Once you arrive at the Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG), you use bus no. 119 to the stop called “Nádraží Veleslavín”. There you change to metro green line A in the direction “Depo Hostivař” to the station called “Dejvická”.

FIT buildings and classrooms

New Building of CTU

WORKING DAYS 6:30–22:00
SATURDAY 8:00–20:00 *
SUNDAY AND BANK HOLIDAYS 8:00–20:00 *

*  Staff and students must sign the visitor log.

Building A

WORKING DAYS 6:00–22:00
SATURDAY 8:00–20:00
SUNDAY AND BANK HOLIDAYS 8:00–20:00

Registry and Records Office

The faculty’s Registry and Records Office (room 333) and the Office of Studies (room 312) are located on the 3rd floor. For the purpose of delivery of paperwork in connection with the admissions procedure and the studies, the address of the Office of Study Affairs shall be used.

  WORKING HOURS – REGISTRY AND RECORDS OFFICE
WORKING DAYS 9:00–12:00 and 13:00–15:00

The office hours may be shortened during holidays, usually from 1 July till 1 September.