Perhaps you've ever thought about extending the horizons further study on campus. If you are a major obstacle for lack of time for regular training on working days (either in the current study or employment), the solution can be combined study. What does it involve? We asked the officers for the Study of the Combined Studies Faculty of Arts Ivana Groats and learning officer for the combined study of the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication BUT Renata Vejrostová.
** IK ** Combined study is a combination of distance and classroom teaching. Teaching this type of study carried out in blocks, typically once every two weeks throughout the day. But there are also courses in which instruction is organized in a three-day block once a month. Track subjects in certain areas differs from the mix of courses for full-time study. While some articles in full form is divided into two semesters, in a combined interpretation is condensed into one semester, however, finish the same test. Therefore, in some cases, the number of subjects below. Of course, this implies a higher demand for home preparation. ** RE: ** The biggest difference lies in the fact that teaching in a combined form of study at our faculty is only on Saturdays, every 14 days, in the form of tutorials and exercises. In Saturday's teaching tutorials are discussed only the most difficult parts of the substance of the subject. Combined form of teaching, therefore, requires a significant proportion of independent student work. Regarding the number of courses and credits, of course, students must pass all subjects of the plan and achieve the same number of credits as full-time students. Unlike these students can not only choose elective courses from a wider range, their curriculum is fixed.
** IK ** Combined study is one type of study as defined by law and the university pays for them so in full all of its provisions. ** RE: ** Combined Studies students have most of the same rights and obligations as full-time students. But they can not receive such accommodation scholarship. As a student of the combined form of study is a regular student as defined in the Higher Education Act, do not pay health insurance. Health insurance paid by the state for all full-time students from the age of 26 years. From this age have health insurance paid by the student himself or his employer. However, this limitation applies to full-time students.
** * What about the combined ratio for full-time students, there are more or less? ** ** IK ** The Faculty of Arts student about one-fifth to one quarter of students in the combined form of study. ** RE: ** The total number of students are students combined study about one-seventh.
** IK ** Participants of this study forms are mostly students who study at work and are therefore generally more than 26 years. Of course there are also students who are studying a combined form of further study for its full-time study, whether at the Faculty of Arts or other university. ** RE: ** These are mostly students, who run their own businesses or are already employed in the industry.
** IK ** See answer to question 2 ** RE: ** Degree awarded to graduates of the combined form of study is equivalent to a full degree completed in full form. Requirements for teachers for students' knowledge of the two forms are the same, not only in the evaluation of the test, but also in the evaluation of semester projects, seminar papers, reports, etc.
** IK ** According to my knowledge, learning officers, the most frequent problems arising from the fact that for students it is their further studies (not only) time-consuming activity to their everyday life, that is usually a concern for family and employment, or in those younger then goes on to further study prezenčnímu. ** RE: ** Combined Studies students are generally faced with the same problems as other students. Any study complications are mainly caused by a fault of their workload.
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