UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS IN PRAGUE
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On 21 September 2020 the Health Authority of the City of Prague closed the premises of all universities in Prague to the attendance of students. Following this decision, the University College of Business in Prague switched to the distance form of studying for the 2020/21 academic year.
The distance form of studying at the University College of Business in Prague is carried out within the MS Teams environment according to the published schedule in the University Information System (UIS). For these purposes, you have been sent instructions regarding the use of MS Teams (they can also be found in the UIS).
Another tool for distance learning is the University Information System (especially the Document Server and Submission Office). Teachers and other school staff will also communicate with you by phone or email.
In accordance with the Rector's Measure (HERE) in the period from 1 May to 31 August 2021, individual consultations and examinations may take place at the University College of Business in Prague, i.e. in the presence of one student and one academic staff member (in this case specific confirmation or certificate). In the case of state final examinations, in addition to the affidavit, another confirmation must be submitted (see Rector's Measures).
Visits to the library and study department are possible under the conditions listed below. Upon arrival at individual workplaces, students shall fill in the Attendance List.
Starting 3 May 2021 the Client Center is available to you on all our platforms, i.e. social networks (Facebook, Instagram), email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone number: +420 733 350 268 and chat on the school's website. So do not hesitate to contact us, we will be happy to help you with everything. Special cases that require a personal meeting can be arranged at the CC on an individually agreed basis or at one of the times below.
Until the epidemiological measures are relaxed, the Client Center will be open during these days:
Starting Monday, 3 May 2021, the hours of the Client Center will return to normal: MON-FRI 9-12 and 13-15.
Students and applicants must observe the following precautions when visiting the Client Center:
UCB library (https://www.vso.cz/library-and-study-room)
HOURS OF THE LIBRARY STARTING 3 MAY 2021
Monday 9 – 12 13 – 15
Tuesday 9 – 12 13 – 15
Wednesday 9 – 12 13 – 15
Thursday 9 – 12 13 – 15
Friday 9 – 12 13 – 15
The library provides only the service of borrowing and returning study literature per individual visit.
It is also possible to pick up ISIC / ALIVE cards, revalidation stamps and study certificates in the library.
Measures to be observed by students when visiting the library
The due date for books that students have out now will be automatically extended, i.e. they will not be overdue while the library is closed, until the library resumes normal working hours.
Newly issued ISIC/ALIVE cards - Cards have been printed for newly enrolled students and are ready at the library. ISIC/ALIVE cards can be picked up by students during the opening hours of the library.
Revalidation/extending validation - The cards of students who have applied for a revalidation stamp and have paid for it have been extended in the electronic database (which happens continuously despite the closing of the school). The stamp can be picked up during the opening hours of the library.
For any questions or problems related to the library, ISIC/ALIVE cards, the validation stamps or the MS Teams environment, please feel free to contact by email or phone Mrs. Alena Dvořáčková (Librarian): email@example.com, phone 731 689 359. She will be happy to assist you in such situation.
UCB Study Department (https://www.vso.cz/study-department)
Starting 3 May 2021, feel free to contact us by phone, email or through the UIS. Visiting the Study Department is only possible via individual consultation prearranged by telephone or email. Study certificates can be requested via email firstname.lastname@example.org. The certificate will be made available to you in the UIS – Personal management – Document storage.
Students must observe the following precautions when visiting the study department:
We are here for you:
Lucie Ptáčková, DiS. - email@example.com, phone +420 731 689 362
Eva Mihulová - firstname.lastname@example.org, phone +420 731 689 354
Jana Lehnertová - email@example.com, phone +420 731 689 962
Please pay close attention to the important information that we regularly publish for you in the University Information System, on social networks or sent to you by email.
You will be regularly kept informed of the current situation and other important information.
We wish you a smooth and successful start to the 2020/21 school year. 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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