Faculty of Management offers two bachelor study programs, two master study programs and two PhD study programs.
Students of all three study programs in full-time and part-time study will study in the academic year 2015/2016 under the existing study programs accredited in 2009.
The study program at the Faculty of Management of Comenius University in Bratislava (FM CU) is based on European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).
This system enables FM CU to accomplish several goals:
The whole graduate study program is divided into two stages: the Bachelor study program and the Master study program. The Bachelor study program consists of the first three years of study and ends with a state exam. The minimum number of credits (ECTS) needed to accomplish this program is 180. The Master (MBA) program consists of two years of study and ends with a thesis presentation and a final state examination. The minimum requirement for the completion of the Master’s (MBA) degree is 120 credits. In all, the comprehensive program at the FM CU requires the combined total of at least 300 credits (ECTS) in order to obtain the university degree.
The exams at FM CU have to be passed at the end of the teaching period. Graded exams have five possible grades: A – excellent, B – very good, C – good, D – satisfactory, E – sufficient and FX – fail. These exams must be passed during the examination period. If students "fail" at the graded exam for the first time, they are entitled to second and third chances.
CONTROL SYSTEM OF STUDY BASED ON ECTS SYSTEM OF CREDITS
Credit system of study allows the students by credits to assess the burden associated with completing the units of study of the course, promotes openness inside the CU, supports the mobility of students and provides the students with the opportunity to participate in designing their own plan of study.
Credits are numerical values assigned to the course, which characterize the amount of work required for their successful completion. The standard student workload for one academic year is 60 credits, 30 credits per semester. Credit expresses one sixtieth of a standard workload for an average student for a period of one academic year and about 27 hours of total study (including individual study and self-study) needed to obtain it.
The student receives credits for the successful completion of this course. For the specific course during the whole study of one study program may be given the credits only once.
The credits received for completing the course by student are collecting (added together, accumulated). One of the conditions to continue the study after a predetermined control stage of study is to obtain the necessary sum of credits established by the study program.
The total number of credits required for the proper completion of the study on the Bachelor degree is 180 credits, on the Master degree 120 credits, and 180 credits on the Doctoral degree. The student must receive the credits in such a composition, which is determined by the study program.
If the student completes the study in another faculty or another university in Slovakia or abroad on the bases of the study, his credits are counted (transferred) on the basis of the extract of the results prepared by the faculty of university, on which the student gained them.
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