Entrance examinations

Organisation and requirements of entrance examination:

The entrance examination consists of one round and is oral. It is taken, as a matter of principle, either in the Czech language or in the Slovak language; in case of study in English, it is taken in the English language. The examination tests mainly the expert knowledge and readiness of an applicant for independent research work in the chosen field.
A maximum amount of 60 points may be obtained in the entrance examination. The total number of points obtained by a candidate consists of aggregating scores in individual parts of the entrance examination. The points are distributed among individual parts of the entrance examination as follows:
·         a professional discourse on the presented topic of the dissertation project (0-30 points);
·         evaluation of previous professional activity (0-10 points);
·         proving one’s knowledge acquired by reading professional literature and knowledge of the respective field in the extent required for the State Final Examination, or, in case of fields that are not subject to the State Final Examination, knowledge in the extent of an advancement examination (0-20 points).
An applicant who obtains at least 40 points in the entrance examination may be admitted to study. The maximum number of applicants admitted to full-time study is determined by decision of the Dean. The Dean will set the number before the regular date of examination and a maximum number of admitted students will be posted in the public part of the website of the FoL.
The Dean will issue a decision in the affirmative or in the negative (i.e. admission or non-admission to study) within thirty days of the verification of fulfilment of the requirements for admission to study. The Faculty of Law will send a decision to all applicants via a registered letter that is to be delivered to the addressee in person only. The decision on admission may be delivered through the Study Information System if the applicant consented thereto in his/her application for study.
 
Date of examination
Regular date:                  7 June 2018
Alternative date:             19 June 2018
 

The Dean may grant an opportunity to sit for an examination on the alternative date to an applicant who has so applied in writing no later than five days after the regular date of examination, provided that the applicant was not able to take part in the regular examination for serious and proven reasons, mainly health reasons. Regular study abroad as preparation for study at a higher education institution is automatically a justified reason for granting an alternative date. No further alternative date is permissible. The applications are filed through the Student Registry.


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