|Language of instruction:||Czech|
|Standard duration of studies:||2 years (4 semesters)|
|Qualification awarded||Graduates are awarded the academic master degree (abbreviated Ing. – in Czech Inženýr; equivalent to MSc) in|
|Level of qualification||Master (2 cycle EHEA, 7 EQF)|
|Specific admission requirements|
|Specific arrangements for the recognition of prior learning||There are no specific arrangements for recognition of prior learning. The recognition procedure of the university is guided by the Higher Education Act (article 89 and 90) and CULS internal regulations for studies: http://www.czu.cz/en/?r=896&i=1754|
|Qualification requirements and regulations|
|Profile of the programme|
|Key learning outcomes||Knowledge|
|Ability of further learning|
|Occupational profiles of graduates with examples|
|Access to further studies||The graduates of this programme are competent to continue studies in follow up PhD. study programmes.|
|Course structure diagram with credits||Course structure diagram with credits|
|Examination regulations, assessment and grading||
Detailed information on examination regulations is available in Study and Examining Regulations of CULS (see here).
Brief information on assessment and grading is here:
The dates exams are announces in study information system at least four weeks prior to the beginning of examination period. The number of dates of exams must comply with the number of enrolled students and course characteristic resulting from the requirements for course completion.
The assessment of the students is based on their activities during the semester in the course unit (participation in lectures and seminars, assessment of their individual work). The assessment done in individual course units takes into account how a student complies with expected learning outcomes. The local grading scale complies with ECTS principles with the following grades:
The point values are used for grade point average calculation and for the conversion of local grade to ECTS grade within ECTS grading scale. It is based on the order of students passing exam according to their results. Local mark is expressed by the points on 100 point scale (or the proportionally adjusted scale).
Grades are recorded in IS of CULS. The point values are used for grade point average calculation. The students are informed about their grades in words from excellent-outstanding-good etc. /see table above/)
Examinations are usually held over a 5-week period, immediately after the end of the 12-week course period. Most examinations are both oral and written (detailed description of the exams of individual courses is proved in the course unit description). Students are allowed to present themselves at a maximum of 3 examination sessions in one course unit.
|Graduation requirements||Studies are duly completedwith minimum 120 ECTS credits achieved. Before the graduation the students must pass a final state examination. Final state examination consists of separately rated parts. A part of the state exam is the defence of Master’s thesis. The other parts of the final state examination are explicitly defined in the programme – state exam blocks of courses.|
|Mode of study|