Terms of study at universities in the Czech Republic Added:26.4. 2010
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Terms of study at universities in the Czech Republic

If you want to buy a book online, when you start to work or even just if you are going to the theater is always a good idea to determine in advance what the on-site and in a given situation, your rights and obligations. And no less than you should learn if you are about to embark on one of our colleges and universities – I'm sure you're ready.

Where to Find Information ==== ====

  • Core document, which generally governs studies at Czech universities and colleges, the „Law No. 111/1998 Coll.“: Http://www.msmt­.cz/vzdelavani/u­plne-zneni-zakona-c-111–1998 -sb-on-High-synagogues-text-to-have a built-novella on Higher Education
  • Most of you will always find specific information in the study and examination regulations of the school or its components
  • Any other questions regarding the conditions of study addresses the students' „separation“: http://www.vysokeskoly.cz/…em/index.php?… or contact the sponsors of the program

Who can study ==== ==== University

  • The right to education and training for future jobs for everyone in the Czech Republic due to Articles 26 and 33 of the Czech Charter of Fundamental Rights and Freedoms ": http://www.psp.cz/…listina.html, respectively. Article 14 of the Charter of Fundamental Rights ": http://eur-lex.europa.eu/…exUriServ.do?…
  • Membership in one EU country (including CR) provides an opportunity to study at college or university in another EU country under the same conditions as domestic students (ie, subject to conditions not of the same in recruitment procedures and follow-up studies, castle as well tuition fees, if collected at the school are entitled to an allowance equivalent to tuition fees, etc.)

What are the conditions for admission to a college ?

=== General Conditions

  • As set out in „§ 48 of the Universities“: http://www.msmt.cz/…apracovanymi -amendments, the basic requirement for admission to the Bachelor's program is proof of completed secondary or vocational education, to study the arts may also be admitted to higher vocational education provided in the „conservatory“: http://www.vysokeskoly.cz / system / index.php? article = 2768 & id = 2582; condition of admission to a master's degree program, an applicant must have a Bachelor's degree program
  • College or Faculty may then under the „admission“: http://www.vysokeskoly.cz/…em/index.php?… establish other conditions for admission to study aiming to examine the knowledge and ability of a candidate, or to evaluate the study results, experience, additional education, etc., criteria for admission is always the responsibility of each college
  • An integral part of successful admission of applicants is also receiving the duly completed „Application“: http://www.vysokeskoly.cz/…em/index.php?… and administrative fees associated with the admission procedure (which is at Czech universities schools ranges between about 300 and CZK 600, CZK 500 most common)
  • Application is now available on most of the schools administered either through the mail, in person or electronically (see Section ** How to fill out an application at a high **)

Foreigners === ===

  • Conditions for the admission of foreigners under the specific „international treaties“: http://www.csvs.cz/csvs_sedv.shtml, which is binding the Czech Republic
  • To candidates from other EU countries at Czech universities, and addressed as to their Czech colleagues (only „students from the Slovak Republic“ may your http://www.vysokeskoly.cz/…em/index.php?… study to fulfill the obligation in Slovak)
  • Study is for those international students who are at Czech universities are able to study in Czech, free; in which case it may be from a foreign national candidates in the admission procedure required to demonstrate knowledge of Czech language test such meeting, or by the recognized document execution language test (it usually does not „applicants from the Slovak Republic“ http://www.vysokeskoly.cz/…em/index.php?…)
  • Foreigners (as well as Czech students) who want to study with us in a language other than Czech, you must pay for their studies, according to „§ 58 of the Law on Higher Education“: http://www.msmt.cz/…lavani/uplne- text-Act-c-111–1998-SB-on-High-synagogues-text-to-have a built-amendments to those fees set their own school
  • Students from abroad have the option for meeting the conditions to use any of a number of foreign scholarship programs
  • If a foreigner staying in the CR for more than three months (in this case "for study purposes), it is necessary to arrange a residence permit, students who come from EU countries, Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland are also obliged to have a valid visa
  • More information, laws and regulations relating to residence of foreigners will find sites such as „Interior Ministry“: http://www.mvcr.cz/…nce-podminky -input-and-stay-on-alien-territory-Czech-republiky.aspx? q = Y2hudW09MQ% 3d% 3d

People === handicapped

  • Of the said Charter of Rights and Freedoms and other laws that people with disabilities have equal access to education as everyone else
  • Any legal standard, the appearance and organization of learning disabled students in tertiary education do not
  • The vast majority of Czech universities in establishing their own separate workplaces, institutions and other bodies whose aim is to provide students with special educational needs as much as possible to meet the basic requirements for equal access to study
  • A more systematic approach to these students not only in the context of tertiary education, but also in other spheres of social life at present probably the National Plan seeks to create equal opportunities for persons with disabilities (the current one was approved on 29 March 2010 and applies to period 2010 – 2014 – Download as ‚here‘: http://www.vlada.cz/…m-postizenim -the-season-2010)
  • More on the education of persons with disabilities, see ** Students with special educational needs **

Age restrictions === === students

  • High school can be provided that are successfully met all the conditions of admission and the actual study, and study every age, the upper age limit is therefore not determined
  • Students age plays a role only in conjunction with tuition fees, or other mandatory deductions such as health and social insurance, etc. (see Section ** Information for applicants over 26 years **)

Length of study and its limitations

  • ** ** Bachelor's degree program: the standard period of study in the Bachelor cycle experience including at least three and not more than four years
  • ** Follow ** Master's degree program: the standard period of study in the master cycle, including at least one practice and three years
  • ** Master **: standard length in the master cycle is at least four and no more than six years
  • ** ** Doctoral program: the standard length of study in the doctoral cycle is less than three and not more than four years
  • If it is determined a maximum period of validity is necessary to study at a particular field, it is always mentioned in the study and examination regulations of the relevant faculty or school
  • Subject to successful completion of study is to perform all parts of the state tests, such an outcome, allowing for the granting of permission to use the diploma and degree level to the test

What are the conditions of interruption of study?

  • Higher Education Act stipulates that a student can study interrupted repeatedly and that at the time of interruption (assuming it does not study yet another high school) losing their student status
  • A specific length and conditions „studios break“: http://www.vysokeskoly.cz/…em/index.php?… always comes from the study and examination regulations school

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Author: Černá, Lucie

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