All fields of study of the faculty can study full-time or combined form. The only exception is TEEN study program, which is available only in the form of attendance.
Full-time study (formerly "daily")
Student of your study plan is for lectures, seminars, labs and exercises in each semester, 12 weeks (except the last semesters before the end of studies, which are 10-week). After 12 weeks of instruction is usually a 5-week examination period in which students take exams for the semester. After the first year of the two-week holiday period in professional practice.
Combined form (formerly "distance learning", "learning on the job")
Study during the semester spread over 3 consultations (lectures - Friday afternoon and Saturday morning, can spend the night in a dorm CZU), which are at intervals of 3-4 weeks. Participation in the consultation exercise and the block is compulsory, students are the first lecture of each course familiar with the requirements for the granting of credit and the exam, the study literature, etc. At the end of each semester is compulsory block week exercise, which the student must attend. Its tasks include laboratory, but also seminars and calculation exercises. Students of combined study have the same curriculum as time students with minor differences (without physical education and practice). The terms, requirements and rules for admission exams are the same as for full-time study.
CZU is a unified credit system. Its mission is particularly compatible with the environment in the EU and thereby creating real conditions for increased mobility of students - completion of their studies abroad. The system is based ECTS (European Credit Transfer System).
Organization of studies
Studying at the Faculty of Engineering are governed by "Study and Examination Rules in bachelor's and master's degree programs," and the study plan for the academic year. The courses are professional practice. The program includes a two-week practice period of study leave and holidays. Basic forms of teaching are lectures, tutorials, seminars, excursions and practice. Each semester course concludes credit or credit and examination. Lectures are usually optional on other forms of teaching mandatory. According to the "Study and Examination Rules ...", students are required to pass the prescribed credits and examinations in each academic year to mid-September (exact date is given annually to the timetable and relevant. Year). Bachelor degree is closed at the end of the third year of studies state exam, which includes a defense of the thesis and examinations of selected complex subjects, successful graduates obtain a Bachelor's degree (Bc.). Master's study is concluded with a final state examination, which consists of a thesis defense and passing examinations in complex subjects. Graduates are awarded the title of Engineer (Ing.)
Social and social background of students
The campus is a canteen that offers three dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The list of most students are used modern dormitory. On accommodation in dormitories CZU is no legal entitlement, it is preferable to students residing far. All students securing professional medical care on campus. Individual studies, cultural and social activities are a number of clubrooms, computer labs, video and audio study rooms, a restaurant and snack bars. For sports, physical education facilities serving - 2 gymnasiums with gym, indoor pool, several playgrounds for ball games, tennis courts, track and soccer field.
At the Faculty of Engineering CZU can apply every candidate with complete secondary education, completed graduation exam, which passes the entrance examination. Applications for study should be submitted to the Study Department of the Faculty of Engineering and 31 March. Administrative admission fee is 500 CZK. Applications can be submitted only electronically at http://prijimacky.czu.cz.
In 2014, on the whole CZU organized open days on 24 and 25 January (Friday and Saturday). Interested parties will have an opportunity to explore college and attend information meetings with faculty guidance. The exact schedule is published in early January Currents TF websites.