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Changes in study terms and deadlines

The 1st Amendment to decree Organization of the 2019/2020 Academic Year was published on 21 April. 

 

Most important changes

Summer semester

Instruction will be carried out up to 29 May 2020 (formerly 22 May 2020).

Examination period newly:

1 Jun – 3 Jul 2020 (formerly 25 May - 26 Jun 2020)
17 Aug – 4. Sep 2020 (formerly from 24 Aug)

6 Jul – 17 Jul 2020 extra examination dates will be announced for subjects Mathematics A (I) and General and Inorganic Chemistry I.

  • In the 2019/20 academic year, guarantors of subjects, in agreement with heads of departments, can announce examination dates also outside the above dates.
  • With respect to the development of the current situation, laboratory classes can be held during the examination period.
  • Compulsory practice in the summer will be coordinated by guarantors at individual departments.

 

Terms and deadlines related to finishng BACHELOR study

Checks on completion of study obligations for students

  • 1st date of state final examinations by 15 Jun 2020 (formerly 5 Jun)
  • 2nd date of state final examinations by 10 Aug 2020 (formerly 10 Jul)

Submission of bachelor theses:

  • 1st date of state final examinations by 15 Jun 2020 (formerly 5 Jun)
  • 2nd date of state final examinations by 10 Aug 2020 (formerly 10 Jul)

Dates of final state examinations in study programmes implemented under UCT Prague faculties:

  • 1st date of state final examinations 22 Jun – 3 Jul 2020 (formerly 15 Jun - 26 Jun)
  • 2nd date of state final examinations 24 Aug – 4 Sep 2020 (no change)

 

Specific dates when the state final examination will take place at the faculty will be set by the faculty’s dean based on proposals by heads of departments. The faculty will announce the date of the state final examination on its website 15 days before the date of the state final examination at the latest. Students must be demonstrably informed about the date of the state final examination. For capacity reasons, state final examinations can be also organized outside the suggested periods.

 

Terms ans deadlines related to finishng MASTER study

  • 1st date of state final examinations by 25 May 2020 (formerly 11 May)
  • 2nd date of state final examinations by 3 Aug 2020 (new option)

Submission of master theses:

  • 1st date of state final examinations by 25 May 2020 (formerly 11 May)
  • 2nd date of state final examinations by 3 Aug 2020 (new option)

Dates of final state examinations in study programmes implemented under UCT Prague faculties:

  • 1st date of state final examinations 8 Jun – 12 Jul 2020 (formerly 1 Jun - 5 Jun)
  • 2nd date of state final examinations 24 Aug – 4 Sep 2020 (new option)

 

Specific dates when the state final examination will take place at the faculty will be set by the faculty’s dean based on proposals by heads of departments. The faculty will announce the date of the state final examination on its website 15 days before the date of the state final examination at the latest. Students must be demonstrably informed about the date of the state final examination. For capacity reasons, state final examinations can be also organized outside the suggested periods.

Dates of master graduation ceremonies  will be confirmed later.

 

Common provisions

The aim of the final thesis is to prove students’ ability to independently solve the assigned topic of the thesis, describe methods and results of the solution and critically assess and discuss the obtained results, formulate the most important conclusions. In case not all requirements set in Zásady pro vypracování (Rules for Writing Theses) could be met, this fact must be commented on in the thesis itself as well as in the statement by the supervisor of the thesis. The text of the thesis must comply with the standards for final theses and contain all required parts even if not all the requirements of the assignment were met.

In case the reason for not complying with the assignment was the extraordinary measure of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic issued in connection with the adverse development of the epidemiological situation related to the occurrence of the COVID-19 disease, the following formulation can be used: The preparation of the final thesis was affected by the extraordinary measure of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic ref. no.  MZDR 10676/2020-1/MIN/KAN, which has prohibited in-person presence of students at universities with effect from 11 March 2020 in order to protect against the occurrence and spread of the COVID-19 disease.

Updated: 23.4.2020 14:31, Author: Jan Kříž

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