UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS IN PRAGUE
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The admission to study is governed by Section 48 and Section 49 of Act 111/1998 Coll., on Higher Education Institutions
In connection with the emergency situation arising as a result of the crisis measures taken by the Government of the Czech Republic, Resolution 201 of 12 March 2020 (?), which regulates special rules for higher education in the matter of studying at university for the 2020 calendar year, changes have been made in the rules regarding the admissions process. What do they mean for you?
The University College of Business in Prague, endowment fund (hereinafter the University) regulates the conditions of admission to bachelor's and master's studies for the 2021/2022 academic year in accordance with Section 48 and Section 49 of Act 111/1998 Coll., on higher education, and on amendments and supplements to other acts (especially Section 95a and Section 95b of Act 495/2020 Coll.) as amended, as follows:
a) The university requires the submission of documents confirming the fulfillment of the condition of previous education attained within 90 days from the date of enrollment in the study program.
b) Unless the applicant demonstrates the fulfillment of the condition of previous education attained within the time limit set in accordance with a) above, the admission to study and enrollment in the study program shall cease to be valid.
CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSION
CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSION TO THE BACHELOR'S DEGREE PROGRAM (BC.)
SECONDARY SCHOOL GRADUATES
JUNIOR COLLEGE GRADUATES
CONDITIONS FOR ADMISSION TO THE MASTER'S DEGREE PROGRAM (ING.)
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