1. Regulations of studies at the University of Economics and Computer Science in Krakow, hereinafter referred to as „the university”, regulate the whole of issues related to the course of studies based on the Act of 27 July 2005 Law on Higher Education (Journal of Laws of 2005 No. 164 item 1365 with changes), hereinafter referred to as the Act, and the statute of the university, hereinafter referred to as the statute.
2. In matters not covered by the regulations, the applicable legal norms as well as relevant customary norms in force at Polish universities are applied.
1. The university conducts first-cycle studies.
2. The rules and mode of admission to studies at the university are defined by the university’s academic senate for a given year and made public in the manner specified in the statute.
3. Admission to studies may also take place in the following cases:
1) transfer from another university,
2) a person who is not currently a student has completed at least one semester with a similar profile,
3) the intention to study an additional field of study.
Decisions on matters referred to in items 1 and 3 are taken by the dean, in point 2 the rector.
4. Admission to studies in the mode specified in paragraph 3 points 1 and 2 may take place if there are places available. A condition of admission is a similar profile of previous studies. In the case of program differences, the dean determines the semester of the record, as well as the mode and deadlines for completing the completed items.
5. Admission to university takes place at the time of entry by the university on the list of students, after taking the oath and entering into a learning contract.
6. The university may conduct classes in a foreign language. Studies in a foreign language may, on the basis of a choice, be carried out by students who pass the appropriate qualification procedure in a given language. The scope and program of such studies as well as detailed rules and procedures for their completion are set by the dean, at the request of the dean, by the Senate.
7. Teaching classes take place at the university. They may also be supported or conducted by methods and techniques of distance learning, based on relevant regulations.
8. The University participates in the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS – European Credit Transfer System) in accordance with the rules for transferring classes credited by the student, specified in the ordinance of the minister competent for higher education.
Superiors and supervisors of university students are the rector and dean. The dean may also appoint guardians of the years and training groups and apprenticeships from among academic teachers employed at the university.
1. Organization of studies
1. The academic year begins on October 1 and ends on September 30 of the following calendar year. The university senate may also enact the start of classes from the summer semester.
2. An academic year at part-time studies may start on a date other than that specified in paragraph 1.
3. The academic year includes:
1) semesters: winter and summer
2) examination sessions: winter, winter correction, summer, summer correction
3) breaks: winter, spring, summer
4. In exceptional cases (eg traineeship), the dean may set different dates for credits and examinations.
5. The organization of the academic year is adopted by the Senate, not later than one month before its commencement.
6. The Rector may, by ordinance, determine, after consultation with the student self-government body, during the academic year, days off from classes, as well as the rector or dean may introduce changes to the announced schedule of classes.
7. The education takes place according to the education programs approved for the particular faculties approved by the Senate.
8. Study plans are announced to students on the university’s website and full learning programs are available for inspection at the Dean’s office two weeks before the beginning of each academic year.
9. At the request of students or on their own initiative, the rector or dean may apply for changing educational programs, in particular in the field of vocational specialties and elective courses during the education cycle. These changes are each time approved by the senate and communicated to students prior to commencement of classes in the semester they concern. These changes may not constitute significant changes to the education program within the meaning of the Act.
1. The term of assessment is the semester. The Senate may introduce an annual qualifying period.
2. In justified cases, in particular: conducting foreign internships or obtaining consent for individual organization of studies, the dean may, at the student’s request, agree to an individual one-year qualifying period.
3. In the week preceding the beginning of each semester, the dean informs students by displaying a detailed timetable on the university’s website.
2. Student rights and obligations
1. The student has the right to develop their own scientific, cultural and tourist interests and to use for this purpose the didactic rooms, equipment and technical resources of the university as well as the assistance of academic teachers and university bodies.
2. In particular, the student has the right to:
1) studying in a specific field of study and professional specialization,
2) participation in research works conducted at the university,
3) expressing opinions on educational programs, regulations, quality of didactic classes and other matters relevant to the education program,
4) association in university student organizations,
5) apply for material support on the terms set out in the university statute and other separate regulations.
3. Disabled students with a medical certificate of disability have the right to use the assistance provided by the university according to the rules set out in the regulations for providing assistance to students with disabilities.
4. The University is obliged to ensure the proper implementation of the didactic process, taking into account the special needs of students who are disabled.
5. A student who is a disabled person may apply to the dean with a request to appoint a guardian for him / her. The task of the tutor is to define and present to the dean special needs of the student in the field of organization and implementation of the didactic process, including adapting the conditions for studying to the type of disability.
1. The student may study according to an individual plan and program of studies and according to the individual organization of studies.
2. The individual plan and program of studies consists in extending the program of studies applicable for a given field of study with additional modules, converting some modules into other ones more suited to the student’s interests, adopting a separate curriculum of specialties based on classes taught at the university or other universities. The individual plan and program of studies must cover all learning outcomes specified in the description of learning outcomes for a given education program.
3. According to the individual plan and program of studies, students who have completed their first year of study and achieve good academic performance may also study, as well as students qualified for trips abroad or pursuing studies in a foreign language.
4. The individual plan and program of studies is approved by the Senate based on the student’s application submitted by the dean. The dean appoints a student’s academic supervisor from among academic teachers with a degree in science.
5. The individual organization of studies consists in the selection of an individual schedule of classes by the student, taking into account the full-time and part-time mode, individual dates and the mode of exam submission, as well as on exemption from participation in classes in certain subjects.
6. Students who have completed at least the first semester of studies and are in a particularly difficult life situation, students with disabilities and chronically ill, as well as students qualified for foreign trips, pursuing studies in a foreign language or studying according to an individual, may apply for the individual organization of studies. plan and program of studies.
7. Permission for individual organization of studies is granted by the dean for a definite period, upon submission of a justified application by the student, together with a schedule of tests and exams, agreed with the lecturers.
8. Lack of progress in learning is the basis for the dean’s withdrawal of the decision to continue the individual organization of studies.
1. A student may apply for a transfer to another specialty, a form of study (full-time, part-time) or a field of study. The decision in this matter is taken, at the student’s request, by the dean, specifying the semester of the record, as well as the procedure and deadlines for supplementing program differences.
2. A student may, after passing the first year of study, apply for studies on an additional specialty or field of study. The decision in this matter is taken, at the student’s request, by the dean, determining the semester of the record, as well as the procedure and deadlines for supplementing program differences.
3. The dean may withdraw his consent to study on an additional specialty or field of study in the event of the student failing to fulfill his / her duties related to the basic course of study.
4. A student who studies in an additional field or specialty is entitled to apply for an individual study plan and educational program.
5. A student studying at the university more than one field of study receives a diploma of completion of each field of study separately after prior submission of the diploma thesis and the exam in each direction separately.
6. A student studying a second vocational specialty in the same field will receive a diploma in this field with the entry of both specializations, after submitting the diploma thesis and the examination for each specialty separately. If the completion of studies on the second specialty takes place later (ie in another academic year), diplomas for completing each specialty of studies are issued separately.
7. A student may, as far as available places, participate in classes in any subject in a different subject and specialty, as well as in another university, under the conditions specified there. It may also apply for the completion of these classes within the home university, provided that it has previously obtained the dean’s consent to perform classes in this mode. The credit is made on the basis of the documentation presented by the student, the dean, in consultation with the head of the relevant teaching and research institution or an academic teacher running the subject at the university.
8. A student who achieves good academic performance may – being at a lower year – obtain the dean’s consent for completing classes in the subjects provided for in the study plan at the higher semester (year), if it does not affect the consequences of the subjects provided for in the study program.
1. The student’s duties include taking full advantage of the education opportunities offered to him by the university and following the oath and regulations of studies.
2. In particular, the student is obliged to:
1) acquiring knowledge and skills in accordance with the current education program,
2) compliance with the regulations in force at the university,
3) showing respect to all university employees and observing the rules of cohabitation,
4) taking care of the student’s dignity and the good name of the university,
5) respect for university property and bearing material responsibility for damage or loss.
6) immediately notify the university of any changes to the name, address of residence and other matters relevant to the learning process.
1. The student is obliged to pay tuition fees.
2. Types of fees for studies, their amount and mode of payment shall be determined by the rector in an appropriate order. These conditions are specified in the education agreement concluded between the university and the student in writing.
3. Rules for getting credit and passing exams
1. The subject is a separate element in the plan and program of study, covering various forms of classes or groups of didactic classes, to which the assumed learning outcomes and the number of ECTS points are assigned.
2. The lecturer is obliged to provide students with the conditions for getting their credits at the beginning of the semester. In the case of subjects ending with an exam, the examiner will provide students with the requirements for the exam and how to conduct it.
3. If classes in one subject are taught by two or more academic teachers with the same group of students, the credit for the course is made by one person appointed by the head of the didactic-scientific unit or dean.
4. The student’s attendance is compulsory at classes, seminars, proseminars, foreign language classes, laboratory classes and at seminars within the scope determined by the teacher. The student’s presence is not obligatory at lectures.
5. The following forms of crediting subjects are envisaged: exam, pass with grade, pass without assessment (entry „zal”). The form of passing individual subjects is determined by the education program approved by the Senate.
6. The exam / credit is one of the forms of verification of the assumed learning outcomes for the subject achieved by the student. The exam / pass may be conducted in oral, written or practical form. The result of the exam / credit is part of the final grade of the subject, according to the syllabus of the subject
7. To obtain a positive final grade for the subject it is necessary to achieve all the assumed learning outcomes at least to a sufficient degree.
8. The final grade of the course is calculated as the sum of the partial grades obtained for achieving each of the subject effects multiplied by the weight assigned to them in the following way:
1. The subject is a part of the plan and the program of the study, the classes and the number of ECTS points are assigned.
2. The lecturer is providing students with the conditions for the semester. In the case of students, the examiner will provide students with the exam.
3. If classes in a subject or group of students, the students of the university did not know how to be educated.
4. The students’ attendance is compulsory at classes, seminars, proseminars, foreign language classes, laboratory classes and seminars within the scope. The student’s presence is not obligatory at lectures.
5. The following forms of crediting are are are are subjects subjects subjects subjects subjects subjects subjects. The form of passing individual objects is defined by the education program approved by the Senate.
6. The exam / credit is the result of the student. The exam / pass may be written in oral, written or practical form. The result of the exam / credit is based on the syllabus of the subject
7. To obtain a positive degree.
8. The final grade of the following steps is achieved in the following way:
9. At the request of a disabled student or the Rector’s Proxy for Persons with Disabilities, the dean may instruct classes to apply an alternative method and form of exams and obtain credits, adequate to the type and degree of student disability. Such a request may include indicating the student’s equipment with a technical device enabling proper completion of the course.
10. Instructors, laboratories and seminars are required to provide the examiner with the list of students who have obtained credit.
11. A student may take the exam after receiving the periodic student’s achievements in the dean’s office. This card is issued irrespective of the number of missing credits, however, the student may take the exam only from those subjects from which he / she was credited. This provision does not apply to exams in subjects that are not covered by the pass.
12. Failure to obtain credit from a specific subject in the first term is expressed in the entry of an insufficient assessment to the relevant documents of the assessment records.
13. Failure to pass the course, which in the given semester ends with an exam, results in losing the relevant date of the exam and is expressed in the entry of an unsatisfactory grade from the exam.
14. The student is entitled to one term of the corrected pass. However, after submitting a written application to the head of the didactic and scientific institution, he may apply for admission to the commission.
15. The commission is passed in a written or oral form, in front of a commission consisting of a teacher conducting classes (or a subject coordinator), his direct superior as the chairman of the commission and another specialist in a given subject. As an observer, at the request of the dean or student, a representative of the student government may participate in the commission.
16. Justification of absence from classes is possible in the case of illness or significant fortuitous events, but does not relieve the student from the obligation to supplement the arrears, in the manner specified by the person conducting the classes.
17. In all matters regarding credit assessments, the student has the right to appeal within seven days from the date of issuing the questioned assessment to the head of the research and teaching institution or dean.
§ 121. A student may apply for a short-term exemption from classes in the case of group domestic or foreign trips organized by the university or student organizations. Student with disabilities can apply for exemption in the case of planned treatment and rehabilitation. Exemptions in these cases are granted by the Dean.
2. Exemption from classes is the basis for justifying absence, but it does not release from the obligation to supplement the arrears in the manner specified by the person conducting the classes.
1. A student participating in research or implementation works may be exempted from participation in certain classes in the subject with which the thesis is related to the work.
2. Instructors, laboratories, seminars or seminars may provide credit based on the student’s participation in research.
1. A student who repeats the semester may apply for the passing of grades from exams and tests, from which he obtained a positive grade. The decision on this matter is taken by the dean.
2. The student should get the permission for passing the grade at the beginning of the semester, while the rewriting of the grade takes place at the end of the semester.
3. Consent to rewrite the assessment does not limit the student’s right to participate in classes and does not constitute grounds for exemption or reduction of tuition fees for a given semester.
1. The following scale of assessments shall apply to examinations and credits:
– very good 5.0
– a good plus 4.5
– good 4.0
– sufficient plus 3.5
– sufficient 3.0
– insufficient 2.0
2. The results of examinations or credits are announced in the Virtual Dean’s Office. The instructor, in consultation with students, may specify other ways to inform students about the results of exams and credits.
3. The student has the right to inspect the assessed written work within seven days of the assessment being issued, at the place and on the date set by the examiner. In case of doubts as to the legitimacy of the result of the exam or pass the teacher is obliged to justify the assessment.
4. All grades and credits are entered in the relevant assessment documents.
1. Exams take place during the examination session. The exam plan is prepared by the dean’s office in consultation with the examiners, at least two weeks before the exam session begins. In this plan, there are three terms for each subject that ends with an exam: I – basic, second and third corrective. The dates of these examinations must be included in the designated periods of the examination session. The examiner may, in consultation with the students, change the date of the exam, while the third exam should not take place later than on the last day of the correction session. Changing the date of the exam should be agreed with the dean’s office.
2. It is allowed, with the consent of the teacher, to take the exam in the so-called zero term, ie before the exam session begins. The unsatisfactory grade obtained in this exam is not entered into any documents.
3. The student is obliged to observe the plan of the examination session, both in terms of basic and correct deadlines.
4. In justified cases, the dean may allow, at the request of students, to conduct the first dates of exams before the start of the exam session, however, after completing the didactic classes in the given subject.
1. Unjustified failure of the student to register for the exam within the prescribed period results in forfeiture of the given date of the exam. This fact should be recorded in the examination report. This is tantamount to obtaining an unsatisfactory grade.
2. In justified cases, such as illness or other random circumstances, the examiner may restore the student to the first or correct term of the exam.
3. Justification to be absent from the exam for the reasons mentioned in paragraph 2, should take place within 7 days from the date of the exam.
4. After completing the retake examination session, the dean may, at the student’s justified request, extend his / her term of passing the semester.
5. If the exam did not take place on the given day due to the examiner’s absence, the student shall keep the proper date of the exam. In the event of the examiner’s prolonged absence, the head of the research and teaching establishment or the dean appoints another examiner.
6. A prerequisite for passing the semester is submitting within 7 days from the end of the examination session periodical documents of the student’s achievements, in order to enable the dean to assess these achievements and make appropriate decisions.
1. The condition for passing the semester is getting credits from all classes, submitting all the exams envisaged for a given semester (year) in the study plan and obtaining the required number of points of the European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS) and passing obligatory apprenticeships. Passing the semester is made by the Dean. This credit is the basis for the student’s entry for the following semester.
2. The number of ECTS points for individual subjects is specified in the study program. The number of points that a student is required to get in the semester can not be less than 30.
3. The number of points assigned to individual subjects reflects the student workload required to achieve learning outcomes. The workload includes both the student’s work during the didactic classes organized at the university, as well as his own work. One ECTS point corresponds to the learning outcomes, which require 25 hours of work from the student.
4. The student gets ECTS points for completing the course regardless of the amount of the positive assessment received. The condition for granting them is that the student meets the requirements for obtaining the assumed learning outcomes confirmed by passing the subject. The register of obtained points is kept by the dean’s office in the student’s documentation.
5. In case of completing a part of the study program at another university, the dean decides how to calculate the grades and number of hours in a given subject, as well as the number of ECTS points per system in force at the university.
6. The final date of passing the semester and entry for the next semester should take place: for the winter semester – until October 15, and for the summer semester – until March 15.
7. In particularly justified cases indicated in paragraph 17 par. 2, when the dean individually extends to the student the date of completion of the examination session, the entry for the next semester may take place later.
§ 191. Within 7 days from the date of the examination, a student who raises justified objections as to the impartiality of the examiner, the course of the exam or the reasonableness of the assessment obtained, has the right to submit an application to the dean for the examination of the commission. If the application is successful, the dean sets the date of the commission examination to 14 days from the end of the session.
2. In the event of gross deficiencies referred to in paragraph 1 dean may also order an examination of the commission on his own initiative.
3. The commission’s written or oral examination shall take place in front of the commission composed of the dean (deputy dean) or another academic teacher appointed by him – as the chairman of the commission, examiner who carried out the exam and the second specialist from the given discipline conducting the commission examination.
4. At the student’s request, the examination board may be composed of a representative of the student government with the right to express an opinion on the course of the commission examination.
5. In the event of a failure of the commission exam, the dean may, at the student’s request, take the decisions specified in § 21 para. 3 points 1 and 2.
1. Professional internships are an integral part of the education program and are subject to pass.
2. Apprentices are assigned ECTS points according to the education program.
3. The final date for settling all matters related to obtaining a professional internship is the end of the last semester of studies.
4. Passing the internship is a condition for admission to the final exam.
5. Passing the internship is done by the Dean or a person authorized by him.
6. The course and rules for the passing of apprenticeships are set out in the regulations of apprenticeship passed by the university senate.
7. With the dean’s consent, a disabled student may include an apprenticeship in an alternative form adapted to his / her abilities.
1. The dean deletes a student from the student list in the case of:
1) failure to study,
2) resignation from studies,
3) failure to submit a diploma dissertation or a diploma examination within the deadline,
4) punish by disciplinary penalty of expulsion from the university.
2. Failure to take up the studies referred to in para. 1, point 1, is stated in the case of a candidate for a university, who received a positive decision from the university in the field of admission to university, did not sign a contract for education and vows within the prescribed period and for this reason was not entered on the list of students or in the case of a student who did not make an entry for the repeated semester or entry for the semester after the end of the leave within the period specified in § 18 para. 4.
3. Resignation from the studies referred to in paragraph 1, point 2, must be submitted in writing. The date of resignation is the date of submitting the letter in the dean’s office, unless the date of the letter is subsequent to the letter.
4. The dean may strike a student off the list of students in the case of:
1) statement of lack of progress in learning,
2) failure to obtain a credit for a semester or a year within a specified period,
3) failure to pay fees related to studies,
4) failure to take up studies within 30 days from the date of commencement of classes in a given semester.
5. In the cases referred to in paragraph 4 points 2 and 3, the dean may, at the student’s request, decide on:
1) permission to repeat the semester of studies,
2) short-term conditional entry for the next semester related to the session extension,
3) long-term conditional entry for the next semester with a referral for repeating the subject.
6. The conditions that must be met by a student who has been granted a conditional entry, as well as the date of their completion is specified by the Dean.
7. A student may repeat a given semester twice. In justified cases, the dean may allow for the next repetition of the semester.
8. The decision referred to in para. 5 points 2 and 3, also applies to students who move from other universities.
9. The decisions referred to in para. 1 and 4, may appeal to the rector. The rector’s decision is final.
10. A student deleted from the list of students may apply for reactivation no later than 5 years from the date of deletion. If the deletion from the list of students took place as a result of a disciplinary penalty of expulsion from the university, the reactivation can not take place earlier than after 3 years from the validation of the decision on punishment.
11. In particularly justified cases, the Rector may grant permission for reactivation to study in order to submit a diploma thesis and to take a diploma exam to a person who has received all credits and passed all the exams provided for in the curriculum in addition to the graduate seminar in the last semester. The application in this matter should be submitted no later than one year from the date of deletion.
12. A student who has been reactivated to study is obliged to complete the program differences set by the dean. In the case of significant program changes, the dean may issue a decision for admission for a semester lower than the semester counted before deleting.
13. A student struck off the list of students for the reason referred to in para. 4 points 3, is re-entered on the list of students after settling financial obligations towards the university.
14. The decision on reactivation is taken by the rector.
§ 221. A student may be granted leave in the following cases:
1) a long-lasting illness lasting more than 30 days,
2) important life circumstances,
3) referrals to foreign studies,
4) childbirth or care of the child.
2. Leave may be short or long-term:
1) short-term holiday can not exceed 60 days,
2) if the reasons justifying the short-term leave have not ceased to exist, he / she can apply for long-term leave after finishing the leave,
3) long-term leave may not exceed two semesters,
4) in particularly justified cases, long-term leave may be extended by another two semesters.
3. The leave is granted by the dean at the student’s request.
4. Granting the leave changes the date of planned graduation accordingly.
During the period of taking leave, the student retains the student’s rights, subject to the regulations regarding financial support for students applicable at the university.
5. Awards and penalties
§ 241. Students distinguished by special academic performance, exemplary fulfillment of their duties and discipline may be awarded:
1) awards and distinctions of the rector or dean,
2) prizes funded by non-profit institutions, scientific societies and social organizations as well as natural persons.
2. Prizes and distinctions, as referred to in paragraph 1 point 2 are governed by separate regulations.
1. For behavior prejudicial to the student’s dignity and for violation of generally applicable regulations, the student shall be liable to disciplinary commissions and to the student self-government court, in accordance with the provisions of Section IV of Chapter 6 of the Act.
2. The Rector imposes a penalty for a minor offense, bypassing the disciplinary committee or the court of friends. However, the offender may request that disciplinary proceedings or proceedings before the peer court be conducted. In this case, the disciplinary board or the court of friends can only punish the punishment.
3. Disciplinary penalties are:
3) reprimand with a warning,
4) suspension in the use of specific student rights for up to one year,
5) expulsion from the university.
6. College graduation
§ 261. Completion of studies takes place after passing the diploma examination with a positive result.
2. The condition for admission to the diploma exam is to obtain all credits, pass all exams provided for in the education program, obtain the required number of points of the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS) and obtain positive grades from the promoter and reviewer.
3. The diploma thesis should be submitted before the end of the last semester of studies. Submission of the diploma thesis and obtaining positive grades from the diploma thesis is a condition for passing the last semester of studies.
4. In justified cases, at the student’s request, the dean may extend the date of submission of the diploma thesis, however, not longer than by three months.
5. The diploma exam should take place not later than three months from the date of submission of the diploma thesis.
6. In exceptionally justified cases, the dean may set a new date for submission of the diploma dissertation, omitting the regulations contained in paragraphs 4 and 5, but not later than by the end of the following semester.
7. In the event of a prolonged absence of a supervisor, which may affect the delay of the date of submission of the diploma thesis by the student, the dean is obliged to appoint a person who will take over the duties of the supervisor.
1. The thesis is assessed by the promoter and reviewer.
2. The assessment is issued on the scale determined in § 15.
3. The diploma exam is an oral exam held before a commission appointed by the dean. It consists of: the dean or a person authorized by him as chairman and the promoter and reviewer as members.
4. The subject of the exam is the subject of the completed major and professional specialization, within the scope determined by the senate and the problems of the diploma thesis.
5. When assessing the results, the scale specified in § 15 shall apply.
6. If the negative grade is obtained from the final diploma examination, the dean appoints the second term as the final one. The exam may not take place earlier than after 30 days and no later than after 3 months from the date of the failed exam.
7. In case of unjustified failure to take the exam, the dean appoints the second term as final. The exam may not take place later than after 3 months from the date of the scheduled date of the exam.
8. If the student receives a diploma examination at the final date of a negative or unjustified non-admission to the exam, the dean decides as in § 21 section 1 point. 3.
9. At the request of a student or supervisor the diploma examination is open.
10. The application for an open diploma examination containing an indication of persons to take part in the exam as observers should be submitted no later than on the day of submitting the diploma thesis.
11. The decision to conduct an open diploma exam is taken by the dean approving the list of participants by name.
12. The right to ask questions during the open diploma examination and to participate in the examination of the exam is reserved exclusively for members of the examination board.
13. The only form of documenting the course of the diploma exam is a report drawn up by the examination board.
1. The basis for calculating the final result of studies are:
1) the arithmetic average of grades from exams and credits for subjects that do not end with an exam obtained from the entire period of study. In the case of more than one grade in a given subject, the arithmetic average of the issued grades is taken into account.
2) evaluation of the diploma thesis (the arithmetic average of the promoter and reviewer)
3) evaluation of the diploma examination, understood as the rounded down to two decimal places, the arithmetic mean of the answers to the questions asked during the examination, the examination being considered not to be valid if the average is lower than 2.75. The consequence of failing the diploma exam is an entry in the insufficient assessment report (2.0).
The final result of studies is calculated as the rounded down to two decimal places the sum of ½ of the grade mentioned in point 1) and by ¼ of the marks mentioned in point 2) and 3), the result is not calculated at all if the result of the final examination is negative.
2. In the case when the student resumes studies, the calculation of the average for the period of studies shall take into account both the marks obtained in the period before resuming and in the period after the resumption of studies.
3. In the case of the student moving while studying from another university, in calculating the average grade for the whole period of study, the grades obtained from the following subjects are taken into account:
1) credited by the student within the field of study or professional specialty, in which the student has previously studied, if these subjects are also included in the study plan of the vocational school,
2) recommended to the student to supplement (due to program differences),
3) others included in the study plan.
4. In the diploma of graduation, the final result of the studies is filled up to the full grade as below:
– below 3,25 sufficient (3,0)
– 3.25 – 3.75 plus satisfactory (3.5)
– 3.75 – 4.25 good (4.0)
– 4.25 – 4.65 plus good (4.5)
– from 4.65 very good (5.0)
Border points are rounded in favor of the graduate.
Alignment to the full grade applies only to the entry to the diploma and the supplement. All other documents specify the actual study result calculated as in paragraph 1, 2, 3.
1. A diploma confirming the completion of higher education is a diploma of completion of first-cycle studies.
2. The graduate receives a diploma up to 30 days from the date of passing the diploma exam.
3. Students have the right to have a student ID until the date of graduation, suspension of student rights or striking off the list of students and graduates of the first-cycle program until October 31 of the year of graduation. A person who has lost the right to have a student card is obliged to return it to the university.
4. In the case of destruction or loss of student ID, the student is obliged to immediately notify the university.
8. Final provisions
1. Students may appeal against decisions made under these regulations in accordance with the following rules:
– from the decisions of the head of the organizational unit to the dean,
– from the dean’s decision to the rector.
2. An appeal shall be made in writing within 14 days from the date of delivery of the decision.
3. The body to which the appeal has been lodged shall take a decision within 14 days from the date of receipt of the appeal.
4. The decisions issued by the rector in the first instance are final.
5. In the cases of decisions regarding admission to studies and deletion from the list of students, taken by the university bodies in individual student cases, the provisions of the Act of 14 June 1960 – Code of Administrative Procedure (Journal of Laws No. 2000, item 98) shall apply accordingly. 1071 with amendments) and provisions on appealing against a decision to an administrative court.
6. Regulations come into force on October 1, 2013.
7. Students admitted to studies before 1 October 2013, until the end of the study period provided for in the program and the plan of study, study according to the current regulations of studies.
The Regulations enter into force on October 1, 2013.