Extraordinary Study Programme

In terms of extraordinary study, we offer the opportunity to study for a fee – without the need for an entrance exam – the courses currently taught at the Faculty of Management of the University of Economics. The rights and obligations that apply to this type of study are stipulated for the individual programmes for extraordinary study. The extraordinary form of study is also open to students in the regular study programme at the FM UE under the conditions set out in this decree.

Basic programme

This programme is intended primarily for those interested in obtaining a bachelor degree at the Faculty of Management and to those wishing to complete their economic education. Students will complete six courses in each semester, which are selected from the accredited bachelor’s degree programme and, furthermore, they can also take part in the preparation for admission exams at the University of Economics. Students admitted to a regular study programme in the following year will have the successfully completed subjects recognized under the Study and Examination Regulations of the University of Economics in Prague for their study in bachelor and master degree programmes (ECTS).

Follow-up programme

This programme is primarily intended for those interested in postgraduate studies at the Faculty of Management and to those wishing to complete their economic education. During the academic year, the participants take the courses for the first year of the accredited Master’s degree programme and may also take part in the preparation for admission exams at the Faculty of Management. Students admitted to the regular study programme in the following year will have the successfully completed subjects recognized under the Study and Examination Regulations of the University of Economics in Prague for their study in bachelor and master degree programmes (ECTS).

Individual programme

This form of study is intended for all those interested in the study of specific subjects at the Faculty of Management. Each semester, students complete an individual number of courses of their choice. The only criterion is that the courses must be selected from those currently taught. Students admitted to a regular programme in the following year will have the successfully completed courses recognized.