UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS IN PRAGUE
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Following the lifting of the state of emergency and Resolution 537 of the Government of the Czech Republic of 11 May 2020, a Rector's Measure was issued (OR_2020_013, the full text of the document is in the University Information System).
The above Rector's Measure restricts:
Exam period, state final exams and qualification work
For interim or final tests during this time of the emergency measure, E-learning tests and examinations will be used (through the UIS). Exams/credits can also be done through other means of distance communication (video conferencing, etc.). According to the Rector's Measure (OR_2020_013), exams/credits can also be done within the environment of UCB in Prague. You will be informed by your lecturers of the specific methods for the testing of individual courses. The specific means to complete your courses are listed in the syllabi of courses in the UIS.
The examination period LS 2019/20 for students who will take the state final exams in June 2020 begins, according to the Study Schedule for students taking the state final exam in June 2020, on 6 April 2020.
Due to the emergency situation, the examination period will be extended until 6 June 2020 so that exams/credits can be easily managed by students in combined study, students who complete their courses in a consultative form, and students on an individual study plan.
Registration for state final exams will take place between 25 May and 8 June 2020.
The examination period LS 2019/20 will take place according to the 2019/20 Academic Year Schedule, with an extension until 30 June 2020 (applies to students not taking the state final exams in June 2020).
The deadline for the submission of theses has been postponed as follows: for bachelor's theses the deadline for submission is 12 May 2020, for master's theses the deadline for submission is 19 May 2020. By these dates 12 May 2020 and 19 May 2020 respectively, the theses shall be uploaded to the UIS; the submission of theses in hard copy (or ring binding in the case of bachelor's) to the library has been canceled. The assignment of theses is in the UIS and will be locked by the supervisor. The assignment is not inserted into the thesis in PDF (when saving to the UIS). By uploading your thesis to the UIS in your name and with your access data, your thesis will be considered signed.
The dates for the state final exams in economics in LS 2019/20 will be 28 May 2020, 11 June 2020 and 18 June 2020.
The term for the state final exams and oral examination will be 15 June – 3 July 2020.
And please continue to pay close attention to important information that we will be regularly posting at two points in the UIS (according to the seriousness of the message).
You will be regularly kept informed of the current situation and other important information.
We wish you all the best for your nerves and health. Hang in there, keep studying, writing your bachelor’s and master’s theses, and in case of any further questions, do not hesitate to contact us.
Doc. RNDr. Vladimír Krajčík, Ph.D., Rector
Doc. Ing. Ilona Švihlíková, Ph.D., Vice-Rector for School Quality and Development
Ing. Iveta Hamarneh, Ph.D., Vice-Rector for Studies
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