extracts from the University Statute
Examinations and Other Knowledge Tests
(1) Students’ knowledge may be tested and assessed during the course of teaching (preliminary examination, practical assignments, artistic performance, artistic teaching production and similar), while the final grade shall be determined at the examination.
(2) The achievement of the student at the examination and other knowledge tests including endeavour, shall be expressed by the following grades: 5 – excellent, 4 – very good, 3 – good, 2 – satisfactory, 1 – unsatisfactory. Subjects of studies shall be obliged to keep permanent records on examinations. Passing grades: 5, 4, 3 and 2 shall be recorded in the student’s record or other student’s documents.Grade unsatisfactory (1) is failing and shall be recorded only in the student’s record.
(3) The numerical system of grading shall correspond to the ECTS system of grading as follows:
5 = A A = 5
4 = B B = 4
3 = C C = 3
2 = D D, E = 2
1 = F FX, F = 1
(4) The examination from the same subject may be taken at most four times. For the fourth time, the examination shall be taken before the examination commission. The student who has not passed the examination from the same subject for the fourth time shall be obliged to retake this course in the following year. If the student even after the repeated course does not pass the examination in the manner provided by section 1 of this Article, he or she shall lose the right to this study.
(5) It may be determined by the curriculum that some forms of instruction shall be conducted without grading, or that grading shall be descriptive.
(6) The teacher or the associate who conducts the teaching of the subject shall have the right to test and assess the student’s knowledge in every form of instruction.
(7) By the curriculum of the subject of teaching it may be provided that the assessment of the student’s knowledge in particular forms of instruction may be calculated into the final evaluation of the student’s knowledge of the subject achieved at the examination and/or other tests.
Examination Periods and Assessment Methods Article 72.
(1) Examination periods shall be: winter, summer and autumn. Examination periods shall last for at least three weeks. When justified, the head or the expert council of the constituent unit may also determine extraordinary examination periods. In each examination period there shall be two examination terms for each subject with the shortest interval of 8 days. The examination calendar shall be announced at the beginning of the academic year and shall be a constituent part of the curriculum.
(2) If continuous testing of students’ knowledge for a certain subject is conducted during the semester, the constituent units are not obliged to have the mentioned examination periods and may determine the number and schedule of terms by their regulations.
(3) Examination may be taken by the student who has satisfied all the requirements specified by the curriculum. Examinations shall be public and the student has the right, if taking an oral examination, to require the presence of the public.
(4) Examinations may be theoretical and practical, and shall be taken only in writing, only orally, or in writing and orally, or by performance/presentation of a practical work, or by realization or presentation of an artistic task. Overall examination must be completed during the period of at most 5 working days, except in special justified cases.
(5) The results of examination shall be accessible to the public, and the person who can prove legal interest shall have the right to the insight into the examination results.
(6) The student shall have the right to complaint on grade and to be examined before the commission thereof. In the case of complaint on the written part of the examination, the commission shall be obliged to re-evaluate the student’s written examination in front of him or her.
(7) The method of conducting examinations, their time and schedule, withdrawal from examinations, examinations upon complaints, method of keeping records on examinations and other issues connected with the conduct of conduct of examinations shall beregulated by the higher education institution conducting the examination.