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ISIC CARDS

The UCB digital card allows students quick access via their mobile phones to useful information in the school information system. With a few clicks, you can view your schedule, look at exam dates, browse the e-index. At the same time, you have one-stop contact to the study assistant and links to the school's website or social networks. The digital card is a modern tool that allows quick access to information outside the office or home. In the future, it will enable the sharing of other interesting information.

To use the UCB e-card, you need to have an application on your mobile phone that can work with e-cards, the "wallet". In the iOS (Apple) system, the application is called Wallet (formerly Passbook), but for the Android system, the application usually needs to be installed (e.g. WalletPasses or Pass2U Wallet).

The procedure for obtaining the e-card is simple:

  1. Open the student portal in the UIS.
  2. In the student portal, click on issue e-card. 
  3. Check the consent to the processing of your personal data and click the "Issue card" button.
  4. A page with a preview of the card will be displayed (clicking on the ? icon in the lower right corner of the card will display the back of the card with useful information) – on this page, click the "Download to mobile phone" button.
  5. You can scan the displayed QR code using the "wallet" application in your mobile phone – this will add the card to the phone and make it possible to use it.

The data on the cards is automatically updated every day in the early morning hours. Your phone needs to be connected to the Internet sometime during the day in order for the update to take effect.

Your digital card will contain a link to the insurance discounts and benefits available to you thanks to our cooperation with the Allianz Insurance Company. More information on the offer and using it can be found HERE.

THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ISSUES 4 TYPES OF IDENTIFICATION CARDS:

  • ISIC student card
  • ALIVE student card
  • ITIC teacher card
  • ALIVE employee card


THE STUDENT CARD IS MANDATORY FOR STUDENTS OF UCB!




RULES FOR THE USE OF CARDS

GUIDELINES ON UCB IDENTIFICATION CARDSSměrnice k identifikačním průkazům na VŠO


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