Studying at the faculty is organized in the following way:
- in full-time mode – it enables the university student to attend classes regularly, i.e. to attend lectures, seminars, practical lessons and other educational activities run by academic staff.
- in combined mode – (previously called distant) it allows studying with the use of online study support. Teaching usually takes place for one or two days per week.
for graduates of secondary schools and specialized schools of vocational education
- Bachelors programmes
- Masters programmes (long, five-year)
for graduates of Bachelors study
- follow-up Masters programmes (short, two-year)
for graduates of Masters programmes
- rigorous procedure
- doctoral study
- for graduates of secondary schools and specialized schools of vocational education and universities
- lifelong education (the required completed education is mentioned in individual programmes and sources).
If you want to learn more, read these manuals bellow:
Not to miss specific dates related to studies, check out the schedule, that provides an overview of dates within a study term. It contains helpful tips for students as well as dates of enrollment, drop-out, registration for upcoming terms, exam periods, etc.