|Monday||07:30 — 12:00|
|Tuesday||12:30 — 15:30|
|Wednesday||07:30 — 12:00|
|Friday||07:30 — 11:30, 12:30 — 15:30|
Moravská vysoká škola Olomouc
tř. Kosmonautů 1288/1, 779 00 Olomouc
Study Department Assistant
Bc. Štěpánka Titzová
Study Department Assistant
Bc. Lucie Němečková
Study Department Assistant
Ing. Milan Najman
The consultation hours are posted on the school web page on the individual profile page of each teacher: http://mvso.cz/en/about-mvso/people/
and the teaching schedules of lecturers are posted on the school web page at the beginning of each semester for the whole school year on a page called: Timetables and Changes in Teaching.
The consultation hours can be also found at the notice board by the door of the teacher´s office.
Information about changes to the lessons will be available to students on the web page called: Timetables and Changes in Teaching, as well as at the Study Department. Scheduling
Changes will also be visible on the informational monitor screen placed in the entrance to the atrium in building B4.
Information about changes to the lesson timetable will be available to students on the web page called: Timetables and Changes in Teaching, where it will be placed for students by the Study Department. Schedule changes will also be visible on the informational monitor screen placed at the entrance to the atrium in building B4.
For answers to questions about tuition, fees, grants or scholarships, please visit the economic section of the Rector´s Office of MVSO.
In order to have subjects you studied at another school recognized here, it is necessary to give evidence of your previous studies to the study department of MVSO, including syllabi. These documents should have original stamps and signatures to prove their validity. At the same time, the student must turn in an official recognition request to the study department.
Each student must acquire a total of 180 credits during the Bachelor’s study program and a total of 120 credits during the Master´s study program.
There are three kinds of subjects, mandatory, optional and those which you must choose from given options, called mandatory-optional. From the point of view of your duties as a student, they are on an equal basis, because, once having signed up for any subject, you are required to complete it without regard to whether you signed yourself up or the study department put you there.
THREE OR FEWER INCOMPLETE SUBJECTS?
If, by the day set by the current Timetable of the academic year (that is a day close to the 15th of August), a student has three or less incomplete subjects which he or she was signed up for in IS/STAG for the given academic year, it is possible to turn in a written request to have the subjects shifted into the following academic year. You can find a form to download and use for this request on Intranet for students, called “ žádost o podmíněný zápis“ which means “request for conditional registration“.
THREE OR MORE INCOMPLETE SUBJECTS?
If a student has more than three incomplete subjects by the deadline, he or she may ask for permission to repeat the entire school year. The form for the written request can be found on the Intranet for students. Download it, fill it in and turn it in to the study department.
Unfortunately not. You must fill out an official request form and either send it in by post or turn it in to the study department in person.
If a student registers for the course in terms of conditional registration but fails to fulfill all requirements, his or her studies will come to an end.
The official end of a student´s studies are exactly 30 days following the delivery of the Decision about the Termination of Studies called “Rozhodnutí o ukončení studia“.
It is possible to request an interruption of studies in writing either at the end of a semester or at the end of a school year.
Tuition is always paid for an entire school year. If the student, during the course of the year, decides to end their studies and not continue in the spring semester, it is not a reason not to pay for the spring semester and it is not possible to return an equivalent part of the tuition just because the student has ended their studies prematurely. In the case that a student has requested a payment schedule and is paying tuition via a series of payments, they must continue making those payments for the rest of the given academic year even though they have broken off their studies.
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At institutions of higher education, it is suitable to address academic staff using their titles and the names of their positions. The titles of everyone who works at MVSO are spelled out or explained in the text about each individual in the section of the web page called “People“. Priority is usually given to the title of the current function over the academic title, i.e. titles resulting from having studied, for example: Mr. Rector, Ms. Vice Rector and the like. If the lecturer has more than one title, we use the most important one or, if we use more than one, we mention the most significant one first: Professor, Associate Professor (in Czech: Docent – the c is pronounced like the double zz in the word pizza), Doctor, Magister or Engineer (some “engineers“ are engineers of economics) and Bachelor. As a foreign student, however, it could happen that the instructor will offer you a simpler form of address. Just ask him or her, „How do you prefer to be addressed?“