INTRODUCTION

INFORMATION ABOUT THE TRANSITION FROM OLD TO NEW ACCREDITATIONS

The transition from old accreditations to new accreditations is part of the modernization of education at FRDIS. This change is made possible thanks to the fact that this year and last year the faculty obtained new accreditations from the National Accreditation Office for all its existing study programs. You can find out all official information about the transition to the new accreditations either on this website, at the study department or from Vice-Dean Ondřej Mocek.

TRANSFER SCHEDULE

PROCESS OF THE CHANGE OF ACCREDITATIONS

The transition to new accreditations does not apply to students who are completing their studies in the summer semester 2019/2020 or those who are starting their studies in the winter semester 2020/2021. The transition from the old to the new accreditations is designed to burden students as little as possible. You will find a breakdown of the individual steps in the schedule below. To transfer, you need to express your consent in the UIS/Tests and examinations. The status of the student remains unchanged at all times, the transfer is not charged in any way. Answers to frequently asked questions can be found below the schedule. If you can't find the answers to everything you need there, you can use the contact center.

JUNE/JULY

1st July 2020

You will be sent information by post about the termination of the current study accreditations.

To continue your study in the new study program, it is necessary to express your consent in the UIS/Tests and examinations by 10th July 2020. Without this consent, it will not be possible to transfer your study. It will also not be possible to make a transfer if your expression is negative. In the event of non-consent, your studies will be terminated on 31st August 2020 without the right to continue.

11th July 2020

Decision on the continuation of studies

Before the official termination of accreditation, you will receive a decision on the transfer of your studies to the new accreditations.

AUGUST/SEPTEMBER

31st August 2020

Expiration of the old accreditations

Your studies within the old accreditations will be terminated on this day

1st September 2020

Transfer of students to new accreditations

Your studies within the new accreditations will start on this day

First half of September

Decision on the recognition of subjects

In the first half of September, the subjects you passed within the old accreditations will be automatically recognized in the new accreditations.

STUDY IN THE NEW PROGRAMS
FAQ

ANSWERS TO YOUR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS.

DO I HAVE TO DO ANYTHING IF I WANT TO CONTINUE MY STUDY IN THE NEW ACCREDITATIONS?
Yes, it is necessary to express your consent to the transfer of your study to the new accreditations in the UIS/Tests and examinations.
Studying within the old accreditations will no longer be possible from the winter semester 2020/2021, the old study programs will expire. Refusal to the transfer to the new accreditations will mean the termination of your studies without the possibility to complete your studies at FRDIS.
During the transfer to the new accreditations, all your completed subjects will be transferred including the credits. No new obligations will arise, but the list of the subjects that students will study in the following semesters may change slightly.
Yes, they will be different. However, all completed subjects will be transfered to the new accreditations. All credits will be recognised, the same or similar courses will be recognized as their equivalent in the new accreditations, expired courses will be transferred to the group of compulsory elective courses.
From this point of view, the transfer means nothing at all. The study will be considered as continuing and the terminated study in the old accreditations will not be considered as unsuccessfully completed. The rules for charging fees do not change in any way.
From this point of view, the transfer means nothing at all. The study will be considered as continuing and the terminated study in the old accreditations will not be considered as unsuccessfully completed. For students who would be entitled to a scholarship in the old accreditations, this entitlement will continue in the new accreditations.
No, there is no charge for this transfer.
Yes, this transfer doesn't imply any change in the student status.
Nothing within the study itself, the entire study plan will be considered as fulfilled. At the same time, the assignment of the final thesis will remain unchanged, so you can continue working on your final thesis. However, in the case of the new accreditations, the subjects of the final state examination will change. But it is largely a matter of regrouping the questions rather than changing the state final examination questions themselves.
The questions will be different, but a vast majority will be based on the same subjects as in previous years.
CONTACT

DIDN'T YOU FIND YOUR ANSWER? ASK IN THE CONTACT CENTER.

The contact center (CC) can be used to enter your question. You can find it in the UIS in the student portal, there is a form called "Problem with the transition to new accreditations (FRDIS)".