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I got to the university. What now?

You have received a coveted ONU envelope containing „accepted (and)“? Congratulations! All those records, registration and other formalities can look for fresh abiturienta quite cluttered. To continue the process went smoothly, we will advise you what is now to be done.

You have received a coveted ONU envelope containing „accepted (and)“? Congratulations! All those records, registration and other formalities can look for fresh abiturienta quite cluttered. To continue the process went smoothly, we will advise you what is now to be done.

REGISTRATION Along with confirmation of receipt, or soon after, you probably come to write an invitation. By writing to confirm its decision to initiate studies on the field. If you enroll once, you are in the field naturally unsubscribe at any time. Count against you but then as unfinished studies and lose some benefits, such as the right to accommodation scholarship. Registration can take place in July as well as in September. On entry you usually need to bring proof of identity and proof of receipt. Get ready for that, you just may have to write the student ID pictures and information system schools. (No wonder that after all that waiting in queues at the entry looks like most people in the official school photobank how bad the hangover.)

REGISTRATION OF OBJECTS It is possible that during July you'll have to register the items you want in the first semester of study. Registration is mandatory in some schools (what you sign up, then you must also study), elsewhere can be any number of objects later canceled. By registering for a subject, you have no assurance that it will be able to walk – this will provide certainty to the magic formula „written“. The subjects will thus first register and then write. Sometimes it pays system „first come, first served“ elsewhere registration is random. For a number of subjects may be limited capacity! Each subject is awarded a certain number of credits according to their intensity and for each semester you must handle exactly the minimum number of credits (usually 15). Credits you, if successfully complete the course. Courses are divided into compulsory (A) and the mandatory option (B), in some schools there are other options. For detailed information, see the catalog of study at the school site or at the Study department.

STUDENT SITES Ask the friends who are studying at the school, whether or not any more or less „secret“ student website. It includes a reference to individual courses and teachers, older versions of tests, chats and other useful applications.

FOREIGN STUDY STAYS Although now you have probably plenty of other worries, it's good to know that if you like went to study abroad stay longer in the second year, you have to report on some programs already in the first semester of freshman. Find out for sure is that information on the Center for International Studies to your faculty or department.

Adopted by more than one domain? You have taken on multiple fields? It depends on you whether you believe so much that you try to study more of them at once. It can be a problem especially if you get to school in different cities. It is sometimes deal with change on the same subject at another university, but can rely on. This problem, we will detail in a separate article.

In the next part we will deal with menzám, tracks, and hunting brigades textbooks.




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