Completion and Conclusion of Studies (MBA)
The terms for the completion (EX, SP, A1) and conclusion (FE, Defence of DW) of studies do not depend on the study group, they are dependent on fulfilling all conditions for passing final state examinations and a defence of a diploma work within given terms (October, January, April).
Completion of Studies
- Passing and classification of all prescribed examinations (credits) in all courses
- Submitting and classification of all prescribed seminar papers
- Passing and classification of examination in English language (A1)
- Passing Final module (diploma seminar, examination seminar)
Exceeding of the standard length of studies
In case the length of studies is longer than the standard length (exceeding of the standard length of a study programme), the student is obliged to pay school fees for each additional trimester/s until he/she completes his/her studies.
Student who doesn't complete studies within the standard length and doesn't ask for additional trimester is considered as a student dropping out from studies without any compensation.
- Project of the diploma work (structure, elaboration procedure and reference literature)
- Discussion on the elaboration procedure of a diploma work
- Discussion on final written examinations
Conclusion of studies
| Time schedule for conclusion of studies / Defence of the work
|Submitting diploma project until
|Completion of studies until
|Submitting working version of the diploma work until
|Submitting final version of the diploma work until
|Passing and classification of the final exams until
|Oral defence of the DW until (more days)
Exceeding the standard length of conclusion of studies
The study must be concluded in 12 months after the completion of the
studies, the period of concluding the studies (12 months) is free of
In case of non-standard (longer) length of concluding the studies, the student is obliged to repeat the final examinations (FE, defence of a diploma work) and pay for each additional trimester/s until the end of his/her studies.