Faculty of Information Technology has been officially established as the eighth faculty of the Czech Technical University in Prague.
The Rector has submitted to the Ministry of Education all relevant documents approved by the CTU Academic Senate, including its resolution establishing the Faculty of Information Technology.
CTU Academic Senate has approved the establishment of the Faculty of Information Technology of the Czech Technical University in Prague.
Accreditation Committee of the Ministry of Education has agreed to the establishment of the Faculty of Information Technology and to the accreditation of the Informatics bachelor degree programme to be offered by this faculty.
CTU Scientific Board has approved the Informatics bachelor degree study programme.
CTU Scientific Board discussed the Informatics programmes in bachelor, master and doctoral study. Due to the insufficient number of members present, the vote on the resolution has been postponed to the next session on 20 January 2009.
CTU Academic Senate has discussed the accreditation proposal regarding the Informatics bachelor, master and doctoral degree programmes to be offered by the Faculty of Information Technology, and expressed its favourable opinion.
Leading ICT companies have expressed their support for the establishment of the Faculty of Informatics at CTU.
CTU Rector has presented the complete accreditation materials to the members of the CTU Scientific Board, to be approved on the next meeting on 4 November 2008.
Due to the insufficient number of members present, the CTU Academic Senate did not discuss the presented Informatics programmes. The discussion is postponed to the next meeting scheduled on 29 October 2008.
CTU Rector presented the accreditation materials and programme descriptions regarding the FI bachelor, master and doctoral degree programmes to the CTU Academic Senate. These materials must be discussed by the Academic Senate before they can be approved by the CTU Scientific Board.
An informatory meeting of the FI project team, CTU Rector prof. Havlíček and representatives of the ICT industry and companies took place.
Prof. Tvrdík presented the plan as well as the fundamental theses of the future Faculty of Informatics to the FEE Academic Senate.
A press conference regarding the launch of the FI CTU project took place.
The website of the future Faculty of Informatics (provisional name) of the Czech Technical University in Prague has been launched. It presents the FI CTU project to the CTU academic community as well as the general public.