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Enrolment into (Next Parts of) First and Second Degree Study Programs
(Article 10 of the Study Regulations)

(1) Enrolment into the next part of the study program is determined by the relationship between the faculty and Students for the period of the current academic year. Students will create their study plans (Art. 11 of the Study Regulations).

(2) Dates for enrolment to study programs are determined by the dean of the faculty.

(3) Students have the right to enrol into next parts of the study programs if they meet

the conditions given by the study program and the Study Regulations under Art. 17 paragraph 5 of the Study Regulations.

(4) Students have the right to re-enrolment into the original part of the study program after interruption of study or enrolment into the next part of the study program, if before the interruption study they met the conditions for the study program and the Study Regulations under Art. 17 paragraph 5 of the Study Regulations.

(5) The Student whose studies have been interrupted becomes a Student from the date of his/her re-enrolment to the study.

(6) Students shall register for courses the sum of credits of which meets the conditions for the creation of study plans (Art. 11 of the Study Regulations), and to be able to meet requirements to continue in the study under Art. 17 paragraph 2 of the Study Regulations.

(7) For Students who previously studied at university, the dean may, upon their request, accept a part of their study (an academic year, semester, block of courses or individual courses), if such were completed not more than 5 years ago.

(8) If a Student is not enrolled into the next period of study or after any interruption fails to re-enrol within a specified period, STU or the STU faculty, if the study program is provided by the faculty, shall prompt the Student in writing to come and enrol within ten working days of receipt of the prompt. The prompt shall be sent to the Student by registered letter with acknowledgment of receipt.

(9) If the student after the delivery of the prompt, within the given period for enrolment, does not come and enrol, and does not present any request to extend the period for medical reasons preventing him/her to come for enrolment, the date by which the Student should enrol into the next study period, or in which he/she was to re-enrol, shall be deemed to be the date when the Student left the study.

Enrolment into (Further Parts of) Third Degree Study Programs
(Article 32 of the Study Regulations)

(1) For Doctoral Candidate's enrolment for a further part of his/her study program, the provisions of Art. 10 of these Study Regulations apply.

(2) Courses of third degree study programs are defined in the study program. Each course is carried out in one or more forms of educational activities, and specific forms of proportionality of their utilization are set in the study

program. Conditions for completing the course of studies in the third degree study program are provided by the supervisor of the study program.

(3) Any course, the completion of which is assessed, has an allocated number of credits in the study program to be obtained by the Doctoral Candidate after passing it. Details of the study credit system are given in Art. 9 of these Study Regulations.

(4) Completion of a course is assessed with the formulation as follows:

a) "Passed", if the conditions for passing the course were met;

b) "Failed", if the conditions for passing the course were not met.

Doctoral Candidates pass a course and obtained credits for it, if their results were assessed with the formulation "Passed".

(5) For repeated registration of courses, the provisions of Art. 12 of these Study Regulations apply.

(6) The overall result of the third degree study program studies is assessed by the following grades:
a) Passed;
b) Failed.