Examinations evaluate theoretical and practical knowledge in the given subject. Relevant questions in specific topical areas are worked out by the Head of Department two months before the examination period at the latest. Examinations can be:
oral and written
practical and oral
written and practical
Examinations and re-examinations are taken by the students in front of the board of examiners composed of Professors, and/or Associate Professors. Examinations can also be conducted by the teacher who has been appointed by the Dean at the suggestion of the Head of the Department. The student is assigned to the teacher by selecting his/her lot on the examination day.
In one term the student may take examinations in 5 subjects at most.
The Heads of the Departments give decision of the examination schedule for individual subjects providing a sufficient number of dates after discussing them with the representatives of students, and this shall be done 21 days before the beginning of the examination period at the latest. The students register for the examination date 2 working days before taking the examination at the latest. The student may draw back from the examination date 2 working days before it takes place.
The examiner may allow a student, considering his/her results achieved on the basis of permanent study check, to take examination before the end of the term, and this shall take place in the last week of the term.
The examination result is stated by the examiner and may be expressed by the following marks:
excellent - 1
very good - 2
good - 3
failure - 4
The examiner is required to announce the examination result to the student before noting the mark in his/her book of study records. In case the student does not accept the evaluation provided the examiner will note the mark "failure" in the official student's record of credits and examinations filed in the Faculty Study Office.
The examination result is noted by the examiner in the book of study records together with the date and the examiner's signature. The evaluation "failure" is not written down in the book of study records. The results of all examinations, including the result "failure", are noted in the official student's record of credits and examinations. The Head of the Department is responsible for submitting the official student's records of credits and examinations to the Study Office by 15 March for the winter term, by 12 July for the summer term, and by 10 September for the whole academic year at the latest.
The student may be excused for his/her absence at the examination date, or ever later, due to serious reasons, particularly those associated with health, however, not later than within 5 days from the date of taking the examination. The reasons of the student's absence are considered by the examiner. In case the student neither takes part in the examination, nor his/her absence is apologized, or he/she withdraws from taking the examination, his/her evaluation is "failure".
Upon the student's request the Dean may decide about taking an examination or re-examination in front of the board of examiners appointed by the Dean himself.
In case the student fails in an examination he/she may apply for other dates given by the Head of the Department. The student registers for a re-examination 2 working days before its taking at the latest.
In case the student has failed in the examination in the given subject he has the right to re-take the examination twice. Upon the student's request the Dean may permit the third trial, however, in one subject only during one academic year. The third repetition of the examination is carried out in front of the board of examiners appointed by the Head of the Department.
Examinations related to the winter term and also the third trials, i.e. exceptions approved by the Dean can take place by the time of one month after the beginning of the summer term; then in the examination period of the summer term, and also from 15 August to 31 August in the respective calendar year. Examinations related to the summer term can take place in the summer examination period, and also from 15August to 31 August in the respective calendar year.
During the teaching period the examinations can be taken from 14.00.
The student who has not taken all his/her examinations included in the curriculum of the preceding year of study by 31 August in the respective calendar year, has not met the requirements for his/her advancement to the next study year, and consequently may not be enrolled.
The student may take only one examination per day.