The Higher Education

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111/1998 Coll.


LAW
Dated 22 April 1998

On universities and amending other laws

(Universities Act)

Change: 210/2000 Coll.

Change: 147/2001 Coll.

Change: 96/2004.

Change: 121/2004 Coll.

Change: 473/2004 Coll.

Change: 436/2004 Coll.

Change: 562/2004 Coll.

Change: 342/2005 Coll.

Change: 552/2005 Coll.

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Change: 165/2006 Coll.

Change: 624/2006 Coll.

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Change: 110/2009 Coll. (Part), 419/2009 Coll.

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Change: 48/2013 Coll.

Change: 64/2014 Coll.

Parliament has passed this Act of the Czech Republic:
PART ONE



GENERAL PROVISIONS
§ 1
Introductory provisions


High School as the top article of the educational system are the supreme
centers of education, independent knowledge and creative activity, and have
key role in the scientific, cultural, social and economic development
company that:

A) preserve and multiply the achieved knowledge and according to their type and
focus of growing scientific, research, development and innovation,
artistic or other creative activities

B) permit in accordance with democratic principles
access to higher education, obtaining appropriate professional qualifications and
training for research work and other demanding professional activities

C) provide other forms of education and facilitating the acquisition, extend, or renew
deepen knowledge in various areas of knowledge and culture
and contribute to lifelong learning

D) playing an active role in the public debate about the social and ethical issues
, cultivating cultural diversity and mutual understanding
shaping civil society and preparing young people for life in
her

E) contributing to development at the national and regional levels and cooperate with
various levels of state and local government, the business and cultural
sphere

F) develop international and particularly European cooperation as essential
aspect of their activities, promote joint projects with similar institutions abroad
, mutual recognition of studies and diplomas
exchange of academic staff and students.

§ 2

(1) Higher education institutions provide accredited degree programs and lifelong learning
. The type of higher education activity is
determined by the type of accredited degree programs.
Types of degree programs: bachelor, master and doctoral levels.

(2) The College is a legal entity.

(3) The College is a university or non-university. The designation "
High School", or forms derived from it may have words in their name
only high school. The designation "university", or derived from it
shapes, words can have in their name only at universities.

(4) College university can provide all types of degree programs
and in connection with scientific, research, development and innovation
, artistic or other creative activities.

(5) High School carries out non-university undergraduate degree programs
and may also provide Master's degree programs and in the context of
research, development, artistic or other creative activities.
High School is not divided into non-university faculty.

(6) Type college is included in its statute and must comply with
the Accreditation Commission.

(7) The College is a public, private or state. State College
military and the police.

(8) The educational and scientific, research, development and innovation, artistic
or other creative activities of higher education institutions may participate
other legal entities that are involved in this activity.

(9) Only universities are allowed to award academic degrees,
habilitation procedure, habilitation appointment of professors
use academic insignia and hold academic ceremonies.

(10) The universities are forbidden to set up or organize
political parties and political movements. ^ 1)

§ 3

The academic community colleges

Academics and college students form an academic

College.

§ 4

Academic freedom and academic rights

The college will ensure the following academic freedom and the rights of academic
:

A) freedom of scientific research and artistic creation and publishing their
results

B) freedom of teaching, namely its openness to different
scientific opinions, scientific and research methods and artistic styles,

C) the right to learn includes the free choice of specialization within
curricula and freedom to express their own opinions in teaching

D) the right of members of the academic community to elect their representative academic bodies,

E) the right to use academic insignia and hold academic ceremonies.
PART TWO


Public universities and ITS PARTS
TITLE
I

PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL

§ 5

Establishment of public universities

(1) Public higher education institutions are established and repealed the law. The Act also provides
its name and location.

(2) Public higher education institutions may merge or amalgamate with another
public university; It may be divided into other public high schools
. These changes can only be made by law.

(3) In case of cancellation of public universities under paragraph 1 or
consolidation, merger or division of public universities under paragraph 2
act also provides for the legal entity which transferred the assets and liabilities and
that public universities allow completion of higher education students
canceled public universities.

§ 6

(1) The autonomy of public universities include:

A) internal organization

B) determining the number of students to be admitted, the conditions for admission
to study and decide on the admission procedure,

C) the design and implementation of degree programs,

D) organization of study,

E) decide on the rights and responsibilities of students,

F) organization of study, research, development and innovation,
artistic or other creative activities

G) labor relations and determining the number of academic staff and other employees
,

H) habilitation procedure and procedure for appointment of professors,

I) cooperation with other universities and legal entities
Foreign Relations,

J) the establishment of autonomous academic bodies of the university, if
this Act provides otherwise,

K) management of resources and management of assets in accordance with special regulations
,

L) the fixing of study-related fees.

(2) The organization and activities of public universities, as well as the status of the members of the academic community
regulate its internal regulations.

(3) State authorities may intervene in the activities of public higher education institutions
under and within the law and in the manner prescribed by law.

§ 7

Public colleges

(1) autonomous academic institutions are public universities

A) Academic Senate,

B) Rector

C) the Scientific Board or the Artistic Board at non-university academic council
(hereinafter "the Scientific Board of a public higher education institution")

D) Disciplinary Committee.

(2) Other public universities are

A) the Board of public universities

B) the Bursar.

Academic Senate of the public higher education

§ 8

(1) The Academic Senate of a public higher education institution is its autonomous representative academic body
. He has at least eleven members, of whom
least one third and at most one half of which are students.
Members of the Academic Senate of the public higher education elects from among its ranks members of the academic community
public universities. Elections are direct, secret ballot
. Internal regulations of public higher education provides, inter alia
number of members of the Academic Senate, the method of their choice and method of electing the President
Academic Senate, Academic Senate authorities and their constitution
reasons for termination of membership in the Academic Senate and possible incompatibility
membership in the academic Senate with exercise of other duties.

(2) Membership in the Academic Senate is incompatible with the Rector,
vice-chancellor, deans and vice-deans.

(3) The term of office of members of the Academic Senate of the public
college is more than three years. If a student elected to the Academic Senate
public universities during his tenure admitted to

Else immediately study program may
internal regulations of a public university to establish the conditions under which his
membership in the Academic Senate does not expire. The term of office of all members of the Academic Senate
public universities terminated should the Academic Senate
for a period of six months shall be made in accordance with § 9. The Rector within 30 days
call new elections.

(4) Meetings of the Academic Senate of the public higher education are publicly accessible
. The rector or vice-rector in his behalf has the right to secede
meeting, whenever requested. At the request of the Rector is chairman
Academic Senate must immediately convene an extraordinary meeting of the Academic Senate
public universities.

§ 9

(1) The Academic Senate of the public higher education

A) decides on the Rector's proposal on the establishment, merger, division
or cancellation of the institutions, on the basis of a statement
bodies or persons subject to the Statutes as senior employees
High School also decide on the establishment or revoke common workplaces
part of college

B) at the request of the Rector or a referral prescription
academic senate of the faculty approves the internal regulations of the universities and their
parts

C) approve the budget submitted by the university rector and monitors the use of funds
college

D) approve the annual activity report and the annual report on management
college presented by the Rector,

E) approve the evaluation of its activities presented by the Rector,

F) approve the Rector's proposal for appointing and dismissing members of the Scientific Council and Disciplinary Commission
public universities

G) approve the conditions for admission to study in degree programs,
that are not organized in faculties

H) decide on the nomination of the Rector or proposes its
dismissal,

I) approves the plan for the educational, research, development and innovation
, artistic or other creative activities of public universities and
its annual update (hereinafter "the strategic plan of the public high schools
") after consultation with the scientific Board,

J) the proposal of the Rector cancels internal regulation, decision or other act
body part of a public college or suspend its effectiveness
if this internal regulation, decision or act contrary to the special regulations or
internal regulations of public universities.

(2) The Academic Senate of a public higher education institution expresses particular

A) proposals for degree programs that are not offered
faculties

B) the Rector's intention to appoint or dismiss Vice-Rectors,

C) legal acts that require the consent of the Board
public high schools according to § 15 para. 1 point. a) to d)

D) suggestions and standpoints of the Board of Trustees under paragraph 15 §
.
Third
(3) The particular proposals pursuant to paragraph 1. h) the Academic Senate
public universities votes by ballot. Proposal for appointment
Rector is accepted should it
absolute majority of all the members of the Academic Senate of the public higher education; A proposal for
appeal is accepted, should it least three-fifths
all Academic Senate members.

§ 10
Rector


(1) The head of a public university's rector; acts and decides on matters
school, unless the law provides otherwise. In cases where a special regulation envisages
scope of the statutory body, it is the rector.

(2) The Rector appoints and dismisses the proposal of the Academic Senate of the public
college president. The proposal is submitted through
Minister of Education, Youth and Sports (hereinafter referred to as the "Minister").

(3) The term of office is four years Rector. Rector of the same person
carry on in the same public high school more than two consecutive
immediately successive terms.

(4) The Rector is represented in the areas designated by the Rector.
Rectors are appointed and dismissed by the Rector.

(5) Rector salary determined by the Minister.

Scientific Board of the public higher education

§ 11

(1) Members of the Scientific Board of Trustees are appointed and dismissed by the Rector.

(2) Members of the Scientific Board of Trustees are distinguished representatives
fields in which the university carries out teaching,

Research, development and innovation, artistic or other creative activities.
Least one third of the members are persons other than members of the academic community
this school.

(3) The Scientific Board of the public university's rector.

§ 12

(1) Scientific Board of the public higher education

A) discusses the strategic plan public universities

B) approves degree programs if their approval does not fall into the scope
Scientific Board or Artistic Board of the faculty (hereinafter "the Scientific Board of the faculty
")

C) perform its duties in procedures for the appointment of professors and habilitation
control the extent provided by law.

(2) Scientific Board of a public higher education institution expresses the issues which she
by the Rector.

§ 13

Disciplinary Commission public universities

(1) Members of the Disciplinary Commission of a public university and its president
appointed by the Rector from among the members of the academic community.
Half the members of the Disciplinary Commission are students.

(2) The term of office of members of the Disciplinary Commission of a public higher education institution is
exceed two years.

(3) The Disciplinary Commission of a public university discusses disciplinary offenses of students
public universities, they are not enrolled in any
of its faculties and submit a proposal to the Rector.

(4) If all the students enrolled in public universities for its
faculties, the Disciplinary Commission of a public higher education institution is not established.

The Board public universities

§ 14

(1) The Board of public universities has at least nine members, their
number must be divisible by three. Board members
public high schools after consultation with the Rector appointed by the Minister so that it
been adequately representatives of public life
local government and state administration. Management Board members can not be
employed at the public high school.

(2) The members of the Board of Trustees are appointed for a term of six years
. After the first appointment of the Board members was determined by a draw names
one-third of the members whose terms of office expire after two years, and
one-third of the members whose terms of office expire after four years.

(3) Meetings of the Board of Trustees convened by its chairman,
least twice a year. Rector or on behalf of Vice-Rector and Bursar
has the right to attend the board meeting. At the request
Rector is chairman of the board is obliged to convene an extraordinary meeting of the Board
public universities. Election of the President, Vice-Presidents and behavior
Management Board of the public higher education adjusts its statute approved
minister.

§ 15

(1) The Board of a public higher education institution prior written consent

A) to legal acts which the college intends to acquire or transfer immovable
things

B) legal acts which the college intends to acquire or transfer
movable assets whose price is higher than five hundred times the amount by which
things are considered under a special regulation ^ 2) for tangible assets || |
C) legal acts which the college intends to establish an easement or right of first refusal
,

D) legal acts which the college intends to establish another
legal entity, and financial and non-financial investments in these and other legal entities
.

(2) The Board of a public higher education institution expresses particular

A) the strategic plan of the university and other things that
her to be discussed by the Rector or the Minister,

B) the budget of universities

C) the annual activity report and the annual report on the economy
high school and the results of evaluation of its activities.

(3) The Board of Trustees college gives suggestions and expresses
opinions on the activities of public universities, which publishes.

(4) When venal contractual transfer of movable property under subsection 1. b)
price ^ 3) agreed in the amount that is in a given place and time;
Payment, can only convert the chattel in the public interest or when such a transfer
economical than other methods of dealing with things.

(5) The Board public universities approve legal action if
is in conflict with the proper use of assets
public high school or if it would jeopardize fulfillment of school.


(6) Issue prior written consent of the legal acts referred to in paragraph 1
point. a) to d), the Board of Trustees public universities
reported within seven days of its issuance to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports
(hereinafter the "Ministry").

(7) Legal acts listed in paragraph 1. a) to d) without the consent of the Board
public universities, and without notice to the Ministry under paragraph 6
invalid.

(8) The Board public universities committed to the purpose for which it was
public university founded on the application of the public interest in her
activities and proper management of its assets.

(9) The members of the Management Board of a public higher education act in the interest
. ^ 4) These persons providing public college
travel expenses under a special regulation; ^ 5) Ministry may reward.

(10) The activities of the trustees of public universities are subject to special regulations
. ^ 6)

§ 16


Kvestor
(1) The Bursar financial management and internal administration of public universities and
acting on its behalf to the extent determined by the Rector.

(2) The Bursar is appointed and dismissed by the Rector.

§ 17

Internal regulations of public universities

(1) Internal rules of public universities are

A) the statute of public university

B) election and the Rules of Procedure of the Academic Senate of a public university

C) internal wage regulations, ^ 7)

D) of the Rules of Procedure of the Scientific Board of a public university

E) the tender procedure for the recruitment of academic staff

F) Study and Examination Regulations,

G) Scholarship Rules

H) the Student Disciplinary Code,

I) other regulations, should determine the status of public universities.

(2) The Statute of the public higher education includes mainly

A) the name, address and type of college

B) legal predecessor,

C) the conditions for admission to a method of applying,

D) conditions for foreigners wishing to study

E) definition of the content, conditions and frequency of evaluation of its activities
school

F) organizational structure

G) provisions on fees related to studies,

H) rules for using academic insignia and holding academic ceremonies
,

I) the management of public universities.

§ 18

Budget of public universities

(1) Public College prepares the budget for calendar year
managed by him. The budget of a public university shall be established
as deficient.

(2) The revenues of the budget public universities are mainly:

A) contribution from the state budget for educational, scientific, research, development and innovation
, artistic or other creative activities (hereinafter
"contributions") ^ 8)

B) support for research, experimental development and innovation from public
according to a special legal regulation 8e)

C) subsidies from the state budget (hereinafter "subsidies")

D) study fees,

E) income from property,

F) other income or other benefits than those referred to in subparagraph a)
from the state budget, state funds, the National Fund and municipal budgets
regions

G) income from supplementary activities

H) income from donations and bequests.

(3) Public high school is entitled to an allowance under subsection 2.
A). To determine the amount of the contribution pursuant to paragraph 2. a) is determined
type and financial demands of accredited study programs and lifelong learning
, the number of students and the results obtained
educational, scientific, research, development and innovation, artistic or other creative activities
and their demands. For the amount of the contribution is also
decisive strategic plan of the public universities and the strategic plan
educational, scientific, research, development and innovation, artistic and other creative
activities of higher education institutions prepared by the Ministry and its annual
update (hereinafter "the strategic plan of the Ministry").
Public high school for the advance on the contribution determined on the basis
decisive data as of 31 October of the previous calendar year.
The contribution from the budget provided by the general regulations
for providing state funds for grants-8a)
unless this Act stipulates otherwise.


(4) The Ministry shall determine whether
provided a grant or subsidy is the participation of the state budget to finance the program ^ 8b), while
allowance or subsidies for the construction ^ 8c) is always, except for its maintenance and | || repairs, the participation of the state budget to finance the program, if it is higher than
10 million CZK.

(5) Public high school is entitled to a subsidy for the development of high school.
Public higher education institutions may provide subsidies, especially for accommodation and meals for students
. Terms of subsidies, their use and settlement are subject to general regulations
handling of state budget-8d) and
special regulations governing research and development aid ^ 8e).
For the amount of subsidies is a decisive strategic plan of the public university and a long-term plan of the Ministry
.

(6) Public College establishes the following funds:

A) reserve fund is intended primarily to cover losses in subsequent accounting periods
,

B) fund capital assets,

C) Scholarship Fund,

D) the remuneration fund,

E) targeted support fund,

F) social fund,

G) fund for operation.

(7) Funds of public higher education institutions listed in paragraph 6 point. a), b), d) and g
) are created from profits, unless expressly stated otherwise;
fund capital assets and the fund for operation also
balance of contributions pursuant to paragraph 2. a) 31 December of the current year
fund capital assets also from the depreciation of tangible and intangible assets
^ 9). Sources scholarship fund transfers are
fees for studies according to § 58 par. 7 and transfers of tax-deductible expenses according to special regulation
^ 9). Public university can divide up the funds
profit after tax only if it was paid to the possible loss of
previous periods. Fund balances as of December 31 of the current year is
forward into the next financial year.
Use the funds referred to in paragraph 6 point. a) to d), f) and g) and the transfer
between funds referred to in paragraph 6 point. a), b), d) and g)
internal regulation of public universities; public college
is obliged to ensure that the funds of funds created by transferring the balance
contribution under the first sentence apply only to finance their activities
which is not participating in the competition on the common market or it can not affect this activity
.

(8) The conditions of formation and use of funds determined by the internal regulations of a public
colleges so that funds derived from profits derived from
carrying out basic research, applied research or experimental development
and disseminating their results through teaching ,
publication or technology transfer, which were supported by public
resources were used retroactively to those activities or to disseminate
their results or teaching.

(9) Targeted support fund creates a public school from:

A) earmarked gifts, with the exception of donations intended for acquisition and technical appreciation
fixed assets

B) earmarked funds from abroad

C) earmarked public funds, including the targeted and institutional support
research, experimental development and innovation from
public funds that could be used in a public university
financial year, in which it was provided.

(10) targeted support under paragraph 9 point. c) the public
college converted into the targeted support fund up to 5%
amount earmarked public funds provided to the public
college for individual research, experimental development and
innovation and research projects in given calendar year;
if other support from public funds of up to 5% of this support
provided a public university in a given calendar year.
Transfer of earmarked funds public school shall notify in writing their
providers.

(11) Resources fund earmarked funds may
public high school used only for the purpose for which they were granted.

(12) The social fund is made up of basic allocation to expenses
public universities up to 2% of annual costs of public universities
on wages, wage compensation and remuneration for work readiness.


(13) Means budget shall be used only for financing the activities for which the
public university founded and to finance additional
activities pursuant to § 20 para. 2nd

§ 18a

Providing contribution

(1) of the grant pursuant to § 18 par. 2 point. a) decides
Ministry decision on the request of the public universities.

(2) The Ministry shall state the purpose for which the contribution is intended
amount of the amounts awarded. The Ministry may also provide additional
conditions and obligations according to the nature of the purpose for which the allowance is provided
, or by an accredited program, whose implementation
contribution is. For other essentials decision
apply mutatis mutandis the provisions of a special law for issuing
subsidies from the state budget-9b) and to decide on withdrawing subsidies
^ 9c). The Ministry shall transfer the contribution from its
's bank account public universities.

(3) The Ministry shall keep records of the contributions.

(4) A public higher education institution is obliged to draw and use
contribution in accordance with the purpose to be achieved, and by special legal
regulations governing accounting. Balances contribution at the end of each calendar year
public college converts for the next calendar
years into their funds according to § 18 paragraph. 7. Ministry of Public contribution
college decision withdrawn if it draws in conflict with the law | || or inconsistent with the grant decision. The Ministry of Post
public university also withdraw the decision if extinguished
accredited program, whose implementation has been
contribution granted or, if granted contribution to conflict with the long-term goal
public universities (§ 12).

(5) The settlement contribution to the state budget in the respective
financial year is considered its depletion in accordance with this Act and
a special law governing the budget rules, transfer to
funds according to § 18 paragraph. 7 for the next year or withdrawal
contribution.

(6) The procedure for issuing a decision to grant aid and the management of
its withdrawal does not apply to administrative rules.

§ 19

Assets public universities

(1) Public higher education institutions own property needed for activities
for which it was established. Owned public universities are things
apartments and commercial spaces, rights and other assets.

(2) on disposal of assets of public universities the Rector or
authority or person by whom it down the statute for public universities.
In the cases they referred to in § 15 para. 1 point. a) to d) by the Rector after
prior consent of the Board of Trustees.

(3) Public higher education institutions may only acquire securities issued by the state
or securities whose repayment is guaranteed by the state or valuable papers
commercial companies in which public college
real estate.

§ 20

Management of public universities

(1) Public higher education institutions must use their assets to carry out tasks
education and research, development and innovation, artistic or other creative activity
. It may also use their complementary activities in accordance with this Act
.

(2) additional activities public university carries for consideration
activities related to their teaching and research, development and innovation
, artistic or other creative activities or activities to
efficient use of human resources and property. Complementary activities
not endanger the quality, scope and availability of activities for the realization
was the institution's.

(3) Public high school is not empowered to stand surety for a cash
debt of another person and to establish a lien on the property. Public
College is not entitled to become a member of the public
business partnership or a limited partnership. Moreover, a public
College is not authorized to enter into a commercial company or cooperative
immovable property acquired prior to public universities from
state ownership, the contribution provided by § 18 par. 3 and
subsidy provided in § 18 paragraph. 4th
Financial and non-financial investment in legal entities must establish rules
internal regulations of the university.


(4) The State shall not be liable for obligations of public universities.

(5) Public College of double-entry bookkeeping, in
which is required to strictly separate the costs and revenues associated with
supplementary activities. In other public higher education in general
accounting regulations. ^ 10)

(6) The effective use of grants and subsidies and grants for the settlement of the
state budget and for the proper management of the assets of a public high school
Rector is answerable to the Minister.

§ 21

Another obligation of public universities

(1) Public higher education institutions must

A) annually to develop, and submit to the Ministry as a non-periodic publication
^ 11) publish an annual report on activities and annual report
management college in time and form stipulated by the Minister
measure published in the Bulletin Ministry

B) Develop, negotiate with the ministry and to make it
public university in time and form stipulated by the Minister,

C) provide the Accreditation Commission and the Ministry, at their request in
set deadlines and charge information required for their activities
under this Act,

D) to provide applicants, students and other persons information
and consulting services related to the study and future implementation
graduates of degree programs,

E) to take all available measures for equal opportunities for study
college,

F) to take appropriate measures for the study of the parents, for a length of time that would otherwise
took their maternity or parental leave ^ 11) (hereinafter
"recognized parenting time")

G) to carry out regular evaluation of its activities and publish his
results

H) on the bulletin board to publish a list of accredited
program is realized, including their type, broken down
study courses, teaching forms and standard duration of studies and a list of the fields in which it
habilitation proceedings or the appointment
professor, stating the faculty if a degree program or field of study in which
habilitation procedure or procedure for the appointment
professor, accredited by the faculty.

(2) The annual report on the activities of public universities includes among others:

A) an overview of activities undertaken in calendar year

B) the results of evaluation of its activities,

C) changes in internal rules and changes in the bodies of high school, to which
during the year,

D) other information required by the Board of Trustees.

(3) The annual report on the operations of the public high schools includes, inter alia
:

A) the annual accounts and the evaluation of basic data contained therein,

B) an audit opinion on the accounts if they have been verified by an auditor,

C) cash receipts and disbursements,

D) an overview of income and revenues classified according to sources,

E) the development and final state funds

F) the status and movement of assets and liabilities

G) all expenditures, divided into expenses for the implementation of activities
supplementary and others.

(4) The annual report on the activities and the annual economic report, long-term plan
public universities and evaluation outcomes
public universities must be publicly available.
TITLE II


OF PUBLIC UNIVERSITIES

§ 22

Structure of public universities

(1) Public higher education institutions may be subdivided into the following components:

A) faculty

B) higher education institutions,

C) other units for education and research, development and innovation,
artistic or other creative activities or to provide information
services

D) specialized units for cultural and sports activities, accommodation and catering
especially academics operational units
school.

(2) Internal regulations must be included in accordance with the internal regulations
public universities.
Part 1

Faculty


§ 23
Faculty


(1) Faculty at least one accredited degree program and
performs scientific, research, development and innovation, artistic or other creative activities
.

(2) The faculty is an autonomous representative academic body.
Faculty has the right to use its own academic insignia and hold academic ceremonies
.


(3) The establishment, merger, amalgamation, splitting or dissolution of a faculty
decides on the Rector Academic Senate of the public higher education.
This decision is subject to the prior opinion of the Accreditation Commission.

§ 24

Rights faculty

(1) The bodies of the faculty have the right to decide or act on behalf of the public
universities in these matters pertaining to the faculty:

A) the design and implementation of degree programs,

B) the organization of study, research, development and innovation,
artistic or other creative activities

C) labor relations

D) habilitation procedure and procedure for appointment as a professor in the range
stipulated by this law,

E) foreign relations and activities,

F) the establishment of autonomous academic bodies of the faculty and the internal organization of the faculty
, unless stipulated otherwise

G) the management of allocated funds,

H) supplementary activities and the management of funds obtained from this
activity.

(2) Faculty bodies make decisions on other matters of public universities,
if they decide to entrust them about the status of public universities.

§ 25
Faculty Authorities


(1) Independent academic bodies of the faculty are

A) Academic Senate

B) Dean

C) the Scientific Board of the faculty

D) of the Disciplinary Commission.

(2) Another body of the faculty secretary.

(3) The academic community of the faculty consists of academic staff working at this
faculty and students enrolled at the faculty.
Faculty Academic Senate


§ 26

(1) The Academic Senate of the faculty is its autonomous representative academic body
. It has at least nine members, of whom at least one
third and at most one half of which are students.
Members of the academic senate elects from among its ranks members of the academic community.
Elections are direct, secret ballot. Internal regulation of the Faculty provides
particular, the number of members of the Academic Senate, the method of their choice and the way
election of the President of the Academic Senate, the authorities of the senate and their
constitution, reasons for termination of membership in the Academic Senate and possible incompatibility of membership in
academic Senate with exercise of other duties.

(2) Membership in the Academic Senate is incompatible with the Rector,
vice-chancellor, deans and vice-deans.

(3) The term of office of members of the Academic Senate is
exceed three years. If a student elected to the Academic Senate in
during his tenure admitted to another immediately
study program, the internal regulations of public high schools
determine the conditions under which its membership in the Academic Senate || | faculty extinguished. The term of office of all members of the Academic Senate
faculty is terminated should the Academic Senate for a period of six months shall be made in accordance with §
27th Dean within 30 days call new elections.

(4) The meetings of the Academic Senate are open to the public.
Dean or associate dean in his behalf has the right to speak at meetings,
whenever requested. At Dean's request, the chairman of the Academic Senate
obliged to immediately convene an extraordinary meeting of the Academic Senate
faculty.

§ 27

(1) Faculty Academic Senate

A) by Dean decides on the establishment, merger, consolidation, division or cancellation
faculty;

B) by Dean approves draft internal regulations of the faculty and
procedure for approval by the Academic Senate of college

C) approves the allocation of funds presented by the Dean of the Faculty
and monitors their use,

D) approve the annual activity report and the annual report on management
faculty presented by the Dean,

E) approve the admission requirements for the degree programs offered by the faculty
,

F) approve the Dean's proposals for the appointment and dismissal of members of the Scientific Council
faculty and Disciplinary Commission,

G) decide on the nomination of the Dean or proposes its
dismissal,

H) by Dean approves the strategic plan for the educational,
research, development and innovation, artistic or other creative activities
faculty drawn up in accordance with the strategic plan of the public higher
schools after consultation with the Scientific Board faculty.

(2) The Academic Senate of the faculty expresses particular


A) the proposed degree programs offered by the faculty,

B) the intention of the Dean to appoint or dismiss Vice-Deans.

(3) The particular proposals pursuant to paragraph 1. g) the Academic Senate
faculty votes by ballot. Proposal for appointment of the Dean is accepted
should it absolute majority of all members
Academic Senate; A proposal for dismissal is adopted if
for him at least three-fifths of all members of the Academic Senate
.

§ 28
Dean


(1) The head of the faculty's dean; acts and decides on faculty matters if
this Act stipulates otherwise.

(2) The Dean appoints and dismisses the proposal of the Academic Senate
rector.

(3) The Rector may dismiss the Dean on his own initiative and only after
prior statement of the Academic Senate and the approval of the Academic Senate
public universities, where Dean
seriously failed to meet its obligations or seriously harms the interest
college or faculty.

(4) The term of office of the Dean of four years. The position of Dean, the same person
perform at the same university a maximum of two consecutive terms
term.

(5) The Dean is represented in the areas designated by the Dean.
Vice-Deans appoints and dismisses the dean.

Scientific Council of the Faculty

§ 29

(1) Members of the Scientific Board are appointed and dismissed by the Dean.

(2) Members of the Scientific Board are distinguished representatives in fields in which
faculty carries out educational, scientific, research, development and innovation
, artistic or other creative activities.
Least one third of members are persons other than members of academic public university
embodying the faculty.

(3) The Scientific Board of the faculty's dean.

§ 30

(1) The Scientific Council of the Faculty

A) discusses the strategic plan for the educational, research, development and innovation
, artistic or other creative activities of the faculty
prepared in accordance with the strategic plan public universities

B) approves degree programs to be offered by the
faculty

C) exercises competency habilitation and appointment procedure
professor at the extent provided by law.

(2) Scientific Board of the faculty expresses on the questions submitted to it by
Dean.

§ 31

Disciplinary Commission of the Faculty

(1) Members of the Disciplinary Commission and its chairman are appointed dean
of members of the academic community of the faculty. Half of the members of the disciplinary committee
are students.

(2) The term of office of members of the Disciplinary Commission of the faculty
maximum of two years.

(3) The Disciplinary Commission of the faculty discusses disciplinary offenses
students enrolled in the faculty and submits a proposal for a decision by the dean.

§ 32
Secretary


(1) The Secretary of financial management and internal administration of the Faculty
to the extent determined by the Dean.

(2) The Secretary is appointed and dismissed by the Dean.

§ 33

Internal regulations of the faculty

(1) Internal regulations faculty deal with matters falling within the faculty
scope of its autonomy and its relationship to public high school if
not regulated by law.

(2) The internal regulations of the faculty are

A) the statute of the faculty

B) election and the Rules of Procedure of the Academic Senate,

C) of the Rules of Procedure of the Scientific Board,

D) the Student Disciplinary Code,

E) other regulations, should determine the status of the faculty.

(3) The contents of the Statute of the faculty are appropriately subject to § 17 para. 2nd

(4) Internal regulations theological faculties are subject to approval by the Academic Senate
college after their approval by the relevant church or religious community
if the obligation enshrined in the approval
internal regulations of a church or religious society.
Part 2


University Institute

§ 34

(1) Higher Institute performs scientific, research, development and innovation
, artistic or other creative activity and may contribute to the
providing accredited degree programs or parts thereof.

(2) The establishment, merger, amalgamation, splitting or dissolution
university institute decides on the Rector Academic Senate
public universities.

(3) The head of the university institute's director, who is appointed and dismissed by the Rector
.


(4) The director of the Institute is authorized to act on behalf
public colleges only in those areas stipulated in the internal regulations of the school
.

(5) The director of the institute appoints the Academic Senate
public universities Scientific Board or Artistic Board or
non-university college academic council of the university institute (hereinafter
"the Scientific Council of the university institute") to which it applies § 29 and 30
appropriately.
Part 3


Agricultural and forestry farm

§ 35

(1) Agricultural and forestry farm is working
public universities, where students conducted practices
study programs in the fields of agriculture, veterinary medicine and hygiene or forestry
following these study programs to perform research and development activities
.

(2) The establishment, merger, amalgamation, splitting or dissolution
an agricultural or forestry farm of a
Rector Academic Senate of the public higher education.

(3) The head of an agricultural or forestry farm's director,
who is appointed and dismissed by the Rector.

(4) The director of an agricultural or forestry property
is authorized to act on behalf of a public higher education institution only in matters about which it
down the internal regulations of the school.
TITLE III

POWERS OF THE MINISTRY


§ 36

(1) The internal regulations of a public higher education institution are subject to registration
Ministry. Application for registration submitted to the Ministry Rector.

(2) The Ministry will decide on the application within 90 days of its submission
. If the request is approved, the registration department at
copy of registered internal regulations. Holder
be issued.

(3) Should the internal regulations of a public higher education institution
act or another legal regulation, the Ministry of application for registration by decision
refused.

(4) Internal regulations come into effect registrations.

(5) The provisions of paragraphs 1-4 applies to amendments to internal regulations.

§ 37

If some measure of public higher education institution or its constituent parts
violation of the law or other regulation and unless the law provides
other means of review, the ministry will invite high school, in a reasonable period
remedy the situation.

§ 38

(1) If a public college or any part thereof

A) did not set any of its autonomous bodies,

B) adopt internal regulations that are required by this Act
take

C) no accredited degree programs or have suspended
accreditation of all study programs

D) exhibits in its management of serious deficiencies threatening
fulfillment of its tasks, or

E) serious breach of obligations under this Act may
Ministry may limit the scope of public college or
its components, or the public university or its components
revoke such competency.

(2) In deciding on the content restrictions or forfeiture of the scope of the
based on the seriousness of deficiencies and the nature and extent of the
or threat of injury. Restrictions will be in the range needed for remedial
remedy.

(3) If the provisions of subsection 1 applies to public high schools
, the competency of these authorities to the Ministry or to
public university by the Ministry to perform this scope
upon mutual agreement of the latter. If it concerns the measures referred to in paragraph 1
authorities part of the public universities, the competency of these authorities
Rector.

(4) excludes the nature of things, it is the responsibility of the Ministry
first public university to highlight the factors referred to in paragraph 1
invite her to within a reasonable time to remedy the situation.

(5) If the reasons for which it was decided to measure
pursuant to paragraph 1, the Ministry will rescind any measures.
PART THREE

PRIVATE UNIVERSITY


§ 39
State approval


(1) A legal entity that has its registered office, central administration or principal
place of business in the territory of a Member State of the European Union
or that have been constituted or established under the laws of a Member State
European Union, is authorized to operate as
private college, if the Ministry granted state approval.


(2) Authorization to private universities is not transferable and can not be transferred to the legal successor,
.

(3) At the request of organizers or founders
Ministry may grant state approval even before registering a legal entity that is to act as
private college, a trade or another register (hereinafter
"register" ), in the case of a legal person entered in the register
if it is determined that such person has been established or founded
. This legal entity must provide the Ministry
extract from the register within 15 days of receipt of the relevant proof of enrollment in the register
. State agreement becomes effective establishment of the entity.

(4) An application for state approval includes

A) the name, address and type of college

B) the legal form of legal entities and statutory authority

C) long-term plan for the educational, research, development and innovation
, artistic or other creative activities of higher education institutions (hereinafter
"the strategic plan of the private higher education institution")

D) information about the financial, material, personnel and information to ensure
activities of private universities

E) the proposed degree programs

F) draft internal regulations regulating the organization and operation of private universities and
status of the members of the academic community.

(5) The applicant is obliged to data contained in the request.

(6) If there are any deficiencies in the application under paragraph 4 removable
Ministry will call the applicant to them within a reasonable time removed, and
interrupt the proceedings. In the event that the applicant defects within the prescribed period
persists, the ministry will decide the matter on the basis of original documents
.

(7) The Ministry shall decide on the application within 150 days of its receipt.
Before deciding Ministry will ask the Accreditation Commission to
proposed degree programs.

(8) The Ministry shall not grant state approval if

A) Accreditation Commission has issued a favorable opinion on at least one
proposed degree program

B) find that they provide sufficient guarantees for
educational and scientific, research, development and innovation, artistic or other creative activity
or

C) draft internal regulations is in violation of the law or other legal
regulations

D) legal entity applying for state approval
been finally convicted of a criminal offense for which would be no guarantee the proper functioning
as college when her according to the law not regarded as such for
He has not been convicted of a criminal offense; for the purposes of assessing whether there is a reason for this
denial of accreditation, the Ministry shall request an extract from the Criminal Records
under another legal regulation 27);
request for issuance of an extract from the Criminal Register and the extract from the Register
records shall be submitted in electronic form, in a manner allowing remote access
.

(9) If the Ministry grants state approval, also decides on accreditation
respective study programs and registration of internal regulations.

(10) State approval expires if the private college
fails to commence educational activities within two years of its coming into force.

§ 40

Financing of private universities

(1) The legal entity authorized to act as private
college is obliged to secure funds for educational and
scientific or research, development and innovation, artistic and other creative activities
.

(2) The Ministry may provide private higher education institutions as a charitable society
^ 12) grants for providing accredited
study programs and lifelong learning programs, with them
related scientific, research, development and innovation ,
artistic or other creative activities. Private colleges may
ministry to grant a scholarship according to § 91 para. 2 point. e) pursuant to § 91 paragraph
. 3. Conditions of subsidies, their use and settlement are subject to general regulations
handling of state budget.

(3) The amount of the subsidies provided for in paragraph 2 shall be determined on the basis of a long-term plan
private colleges and its annual update
long-term plan of the Ministry, type and financial demands
accredited study programs, the number of students and achievements
in educational and scientific, research, development and innovation,

Artistic or other creative activities and their demands.

(4) The provision of subsidies to private universities for research and development
governed by special laws on the promotion of research and development
^ 7).

§ 41
Internal regulations


(1) The internal regulations of private higher education institutions stipulate which authorities
exercise competency according to Parts IV to IX of this Act.

(2) For the registration of the internal regulations of private higher education institutions and their
changes are subject to § 36 accordingly.

§ 42

Another obligation of private colleges

(1) A private higher education institution is obliged

A) annually to develop, and submit to the Ministry as a non-periodic publication
^ 11) publish an annual report on the activities and in case
received a subsidy, as well as an annual management report by the date and form
stipulated by the Minister,

B) Develop, negotiate with the Ministry and as a non-periodic publication
^ 11) to publish the strategic plan of the private higher education institution
update the time and form stipulated by the Minister,

C) provide the Accreditation Commission and the Ministry, at their request in
set deadlines and charge information required for their activities
under this Act,

D) carry out regular evaluation of its activities and publish his
results

E) the official board publish a list of accredited
program is realized, including their type, broken down
study courses, teaching forms and standard duration of studies and a list of the fields in which it
habilitation proceedings or the appointment
professor

F) notify the Ministry if a private college was declared bankrupt
or terminated under the provisions governing bankruptcy and the ways of its solution
^ 13) or the private university has been convicted for an offense
,

G) notify the Ministry of disappearance of the legal entity that obtained permission
act as a private college.

(2) The contents of the annual report on the activities of private colleges
subject to § 21 para. 2 apply unless a special regulation stipulates otherwise
. ^ 14)

(3) The contents of the annual report on the management of private colleges
subject to § 21 para. 3 similarly, if a special law provides otherwise.

(4) The annual report on the activities and the annual economic report, long-term plan
private colleges and evaluation outcomes
private universities must be publicly available.

§ 43

Responsibilities of the Ministry

(1) If any provision of private colleges in conflict with
Act or any other law, and unless the law provides another way
its review, the ministry will invite high school, within a reasonable period of time procured
correction.

(2) The Ministry of the private university granted state approval
withdrawn if

A) no accredited degree program,

B) within one year we have been withdrawn accreditation for more than two
degree programs

C) has been suspended accreditation of all study programs

D) in its activities reflected the serious shortcomings that prevented
performance of its functions under this Act, or

E) serious breach of obligations under this Act or
its internal regulations.

(3) The Ministry will withdraw state approval in the event that the application has been
contained incorrect data essential for granting consent or that
for those changes, under which agreement could not be extradited.

(4) withdrawing the state permission shall cease to be a legal person authorized to act as
College. The ministry decided to withdraw the accreditation of degree programs
.

(5) excludes the nature of things, it is the responsibility of the Ministry
first private university to draw attention to the facts mentioned in paragraph 2 and
invite it to within a reasonable time to remedy the situation.

(6) If a private college
cease to perform educational activities for reasons other than the withdrawal of state approval, it
obliged to immediately notify the ministry.
PART FOUR



STUDY PROGRAM
§ 44

(1) Higher education is studying in an accredited degree program
accordance with the curriculum prescribed form.

(2) The study program

A) the name of the study program, its type, mode and objectives,


B) classification of the degree program, fields of study, their
characteristics and their combinations, as well as profiling
graduate study fields,

C) the characteristics of the study subjects

D) the rules and conditions for curriculum design, or length
practice

E) the standard duration of an average study load expressed in
academic years,

F) conditions that must be met by students during her study
program and upon its completion in accordance with § 45 para. 3, § 46 para. 3 and
§ 47 paragraph. 4, including the contents of state examinations ,

G) awarded the academic title

H) related to other types of programs in the same or related areas of study
.

(3) The curriculum provides time and the succession
study subjects, form of study and method validation study results.

(4) Form of study expresses whether the study of time, distance or
combination of these.

§ 45

Bachelor program

(1) Bachelor's degree program is aimed at preparation for
profession and a Master's degree program. The bachelor's degree program
directly on current knowledge and methods
; also it includes essential theoretical knowledge.

(2) The standard length of studies including practical training is at least three to four years
.

(3) The study was completed with a state final exam, which
includes the defense of the thesis.

(4) completed the bachelor's degree programs are awarded
academic title of "Bachelor" (abbreviated to "Bc." Before the name), in the field of art
academic title of "Bachelor of Arts" (abbreviated " BcA. "
a prefix); Graduates in arts admitted to studies
according to § 48 par. 2 are awarded their academic degrees only upon completing
secondary or secondary vocational education or higher
vocational education provided at conservatories.

§ 46

Master program

(1) The Master's program is aimed at providing theoretical knowledge
based on current scientific knowledge, research and
development, mastering their application and developing creative skills
activities; in the arts is focused on demanding artistic training and talent development
.

(2) Master's program follows the Bachelor
program; The standard length of study is at least one and at most three years
. Where required by the nature of the study program may be
master study program that
follow any bachelor degree program; in this case
standard duration of at least four to six years.

(3) The study was completed with a state final exam, which included
defense of a thesis. In the field of medicine and
veterinary medicine and hygiene are completed by passing the state
rigorous examination.

(4) Graduates of master study programs are awarded the following academic degrees
:

A) in the field of economics, technical sciences and technologies, agriculture, forestry and
"Engineer" (abbreviated to "Ing." Before the name
)

B) in architecture "Engineer of Architecture" (abbreviated to "Ing. Arch."
Front of the name)

C) in the field of medicine, "Doctor of Medicine" (abbreviated "MD."
Placed in front of the name)

D) in the field of dentistry, "Doctor of Dental Medicine" (abbreviated
MDDr. Before the name)

E) in the field of veterinary medicine, "Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
" (abbreviated to "MVDr." Prefix)

F) in the arts, "Master of Arts" (abbreviated to "MgA." Placed before the name
)

G) in other areas "Master" (abbreviated to "Mgr." Before
name).
Graduates of master's degree programs in
arts admitted to studies pursuant to § 48 par. 2 are awarded the academic title
until after the completion of secondary or vocational
education or higher vocational education provided in
conservatories.

(5) Graduates of Master programs who have earned
academic degree "Master" can pass in the same field
state rigorous exam, which includes the defense of a thesis. for acts

Associated with accepting registration for the test and the date of this test may
College set a fee of no more than twice
base pursuant to § 58 paragraph. 2. These graduates have the right for consideration
use of facilities and information technologies needed to prepare for this
tested in accordance with the regulations stipulated by the university. After her execution
to the following academic degrees:

A) Law "Doctor of Laws" (abbreviated as "JUDr." Before the name
)

B) in the field of humanities, education and social sciences, "Dr.
Philosophy" (abbreviated as "PhDr." Before the name)

C) in the life sciences, "Doctor of Science" (abbreviated as "RNDr."
Front of the name)

D) in pharmacy, "Doctor of Pharmacy" (abbreviated as "PharmDr.", Used
prefix)

E) in Theology "Licentiate of Theology" (abbreviated to "ThLic."
Placed in front of the name) or "Doctor of Theology" (abbreviated to "ThDr." Before
name); in the field of Catholic theology "Licentiate of Theology".

§ 47
Doctoral program


(1) Doctoral degree program is aimed at scientific research and independent creative activity
in research and development, or
independent theoretical and creative activity in the Arts.

(2) The standard length of study is three to four years.

(3) Studies in a doctoral program proceeds according
individual study plan under the guidance of a supervisor.

(4) The study was completed with a state doctoral examination and defense
dissertation, which demonstrates the ability and readiness to
independent work in research or development, or independent
theoretical and creative artistic activity. The dissertation must contain
original results published or accepted for publication. ^ 15)

(5) Graduates of doctoral study programs are awarded
academic title "Doctor" (abbreviated to "Ph.D." behind the name) in the field of theology
academic title "Doctor of Theology" ( abbreviated as "Th.D."
behind the name).

(6) The studies in a doctoral program is monitored and assessed by a specialist
board appointed by the internal regulations of the institution or its components
which has accredited degree program.
For study programs in the same field may be college or parts thereof on the basis
agreement to create a joint specialist board. Subject Board Chairman
elect from among its members.

§ 47a

(1) Studies in bachelor's, master's or doctoral program
may also take place in cooperation with a foreign university,
implementing a similar program.

(2) The conditions for cooperation adjusted in accordance with paragraph 1 in accordance with the provisions of the Act
agreement between the participating universities.

(3) Graduates of the degree program conducted in the context of
cooperation with a foreign university are awarded the academic title
according to § 45 para. 4, § 46 para. 4 and § 47 para. 5, and also
academic degree of a foreign university
according to legislation in force in the country. The diploma listed
co-operating foreign university and, if that
the foreign academic degree is a joint degree granted
simultaneously at the foreign university.

§ 47b


Thesis Disclosure
(1) a non-profit college publishes dissertations, master's, bachelor's and
thesis, in which the defense had taken place, including
opponents' record and the progress and outcome of the defense
via the database of the work, which is managed .
Method of publication determined by the internal regulations of the institution.

(2) The doctoral, master's, bachelor's and doctoral thesis submitted
candidate for defense must also be at least five working days before the defense takes
posted for public inspection at the location specified
internal regulation of the university or not if so determined at the point
workplace College, where he has held advocacy work. Anyone can
of published theses, at his own expense, take copies or reproductions
.

(3) Applies to surrender, the author agrees with publication of his work
under this Act, regardless of the outcome of the defense.
PART FIVE


University studies
Admission to study


§ 48


(1) Admission to the Bachelor's and Master's degree
program is to achieve full secondary or full secondary vocational education
. To study the arts can also be admitted with
higher vocational education provided at conservatories.
Prerequisite for admission to the Master's program, which follows the
bachelor's degree program is also successful completion of the Bachelor's program
.

(2) to study the arts may exceptionally be attended by applicants
without achieving full secondary or full secondary vocational
education or higher vocational education provided at conservatories
.

(3) Admission to the doctoral program is
successful completion of the Master's program and in
arts must hold an academic degree.

§ 49

(1) College or faculty may set additional admission
studies pertaining to particular knowledge, skills, talents or
benefit from secondary schools, colleges or high schools
; Where admission to a Master's degree program
which follows the Bachelor's program, whether the conditions relating to
kinship programs or the number of credits acquired
in selected subjects. Credits are understood
quantitative expression of the workload of certain studies. In addition
may set a maximum number of candidates who meet the conditions
; If you meet these conditions a greater number of candidates, decide the order
best.

(2) The conditions for the admission of foreigners to study in degree programs must
allow fulfillment of obligations arising from international treaties which
Czech Republic is bound.

(3) College or faculty may set different conditions for
admission of applicants who have completed all or part
or study another degree program at a university in the Czech Republic
or abroad or completed accredited educational program or
part in a vocational school or study a certified educational program
at a college in the Czech Republic or abroad.

(4) The fulfillment of the conditions set out in paragraphs 1 and 3 shall be verified, and it usually
entrance examination.

(5) College or faculty publish in advance, but at least
four month deadline for submission of applications for study and method of administration
written or electronic form, conditions of acceptance by
paragraphs 1 and 3 , timing and method of verification of their fulfillment, and if it is part of the verification
entrance examination, also form a framework
contents and criteria for its evaluation. These facts must be
published on the official board of the university or faculty.
Same way must be posted the highest number of students admitted to
relevant study program.

(6) If the degree program is accredited, may not
college or faculty in order to maintain the beginning of the academic year to observe
four-month deadline for the submission of applications for study. In this case
may be the deadline for submission of applications to study shorter, but at least one month
. Other conditions set out in paragraph 5
remain unchanged.

§ 50
Admissions


(1) The admission procedure begins with the delivery of applications to study
high school or its part that the relevant degree program.
In the application, the applicant shall always indicate the name, or names, surnames, birth
number, if assigned, and address of permanent residence in the Czech Republic
or residing outside the Czech Republic;
foreigner shall also the date of birth, sex, place of residence in the Czech Republic and the State
citizenship.

(2) The admission to a study program that takes place
Faculty by the Dean of the Faculty. The admission to studies
program provided by the College, the Rector.

(3) At private universities decides on admission to the authority designated
internal regulation.

(4) Decisions on admission to studies are not subject to general regulations on administrative proceedings
.

(5) The decision must be made in writing within 30 days of verification

Conditions for admission, must contain reasons and information about
possibility of an application for review and must be delivered to the applicant
own hands. Alternative method of delivery internal regulations.
Applicants whose residence is unknown, shall be served by posting decisions on
official board.

(6) The applicant has the right to inspect any of the materials that have
importance for the decision on his admission.

(7) Applicants may request a review of the decision. The application is submitted
authority which issued the decision within 30 days of its receipt;
Missed this deadline may be excused for serious reasons. If this authority
Dean may gratify the request and change the decision
otherwise be passed to the Rector. Rector alter decisions
was issued in violation of the law or internal regulations of the university or its components
or conditions stipulated in § 49 par. 1 and 3. Otherwise
rejects the request and confirm the original decision.

(8) Within 15 days after the admission procedures public college or faculty
report on its progress. If the admission procedure and
written entrance exam, will release a statistical
all their parts. The Ministry shall issue a decree
procedure and conditions for the publication of admission procedures, and
including requirements for basic statistical data.

(9) College or Faculty processes and provides data on applicants
for the purposes of statistical surveys in accordance with a special regulation
^ 15a).

§ 51
The enrollment


(1) notified of the decision on admission to study the applicant becomes entitled to
enrollment. Applicants must enroll by the deadline set
college or a part of it.

(2) Registration is held at the high school or its part that provides
relevant degree program.

§ 52

Curriculum and Academic Year

(1) Studies are divided chiefly into semesters, years or blocks.
Each semester, year or block consists of a teaching period, an examination period
holidays.

(2) The academic year lasts for 12 calendar months;
its beginning is determined by the rector.

§ 53

State Examinations

(1) State examinations take place before examination boards;
state examinations and results are public.

(2) The right to examine at the state examination for professors, associate professors and specialists approved
respective scientific council.

(3) The Ministry may appoint additional board members from major
experts in the field.

§ 54
Interruption of studies


(1) The study program may be subject to the conditions laid down
study and examination repeatedly interrupted.
Study and Examination Regulations determine the longest period of interruption.

(2) The student has the right to interrupt studies always in the context of
pregnancy, childbirth or parenting, for the whole period recognized
parenthood.

(3) after a period of interruption of study recognized parenting time is not counted in the total
period of interruption referred to in paragraph 1 or to a maximum of
studies, if such a period determined by internal regulations.

(4) during the interruption of person is not a student. Expiry of the term
interruption of studies, a person has the right to re-register
studies. College lays down the conditions under which a person is recognized at the time
parenthood can re-enroll to study before the end of the period for which
studies were interrupted.

§ 54a

Special provisions on the course of study in connection with child care has
student or student the right to extend the deadlines for compliance with study
duties, as well as to fulfill the conditions for advancement to the next
semester, year or block resulting mainly from the study and
Examination Regulations, about the length of time it would otherwise take their drawing
maternity leave-15b), on the condition that during this period the study
interrupted.
Graduation


§ 55

(1) The study is properly terminated by graduation in the respective
program. The date of completion is the day was done
state examination ending the study or the last part.

(2) The completion of studies and the acquisition of an academic title
is a university diploma and diploma supplement.

§ 56


(1) The study is further terminated

A) abandoning the studies,

B) student fails to meet the requirements of a degree program
according to the Study and Examination Regulations,

C) withdrawal of the accreditation of the study program,

D) termination of the accreditation of the study program according to § 80 paragraph. 4

E) expulsion in accordance with § 65 par. 1 point. c) or § 67.

(2) The date of termination of studies pursuant to paragraph 1. a) the date when the
college or university where the student is enrolled, delivered his written statement
to abandon studies. The date of completion in accordance with paragraph 1
point. b) it is stipulated in the Study and Examination Regulations.
Day of termination of studies pursuant to paragraph 1. c) no later than the day on which the deadline
laid down in the decision of the Ministry. The date of completion
pursuant to paragraph 1. d) the date on which the college announced the cancellation
study program, or the date on which ended accreditation.
Date of completion pursuant to paragraph 1. e) is the date when the decision on
expulsion comes into force.

(3) The termination of studies pursuant to paragraph 1. e) interruption of studies
according to § 54 of the bodies listed in § 50 par. 2 and 3;
decision-making subject to § 50 par. 4-7 accordingly.

§ 57

Evidence of study

(1) Evidence of a study program and on graduation
study program are

A) student card,

B) the student,

C) a college degree

D) evidence of examinations,

E) proof of study,

F) Diploma Supplement.

(2) Student is given to the student upon their entry in the register of students
.

(3) the student is a document in which shall be entered
particular study subjects and the results of assessing students' achievement or study
performance. The data referred to in the first sentence may also register in an electronic information system
college or faculty. In this case
university or faculty obliged to provide the information in an electronic information system
against interference by unauthorized persons. Statement for the study
is then considered to extract these data officially confirmed by the university or faculty
.

(4) The higher education diploma attests to the completion of a degree program
in the relevant field of study.

(5) Evidence of completed exams and receive a certificate of study

A) persons that have completed study program according to § 56 paragraph.
1

B) students upon their request

C) graduates of degree programs upon their request.

(6) Diploma Supplement, the graduate study program.

(7) University Diploma and Diploma Supplement are considered public documents and
bear the national emblem of the Czech Republic ^ 16)
along with the designation of the respective universities and academic degree is awarded
; College diplomas are usually presented at an academic ceremony.

(8) The documents of the study referred to in paragraph 1 and the decisions and
certificates under § 50-69, § 89-91 and § 99 of the College
entitled to state the personal identification number of the person in question , if she
allocated.

Tuition Fees

§ 58

(1) Public higher education institutions may set a fee for the activities associated with
admission procedure which does not exceed 20% of the base.

(2) The basis for determining the fees for study is
5% of the average amount per student
of total non-capital expenditures provided by the Ministry from the state budget
public universities in the calendar year.
Foundation announced by the Ministry by the end of January of the calendar year; applies to the academic year
begun in that calendar year. For the calculation of the base data used for
previous calendar year.

(3) the student's enrollment in the program longer than the standard
study period by one year in the bachelor or master degree program
, the public college fee
study, which amounts for each additional six months of study
least half times the base; The length of studies also counted
period of previous studies in Bachelor's and Master's degree
programs that were terminated otherwise than properly according § 45 para. 3 or
§ 46 para. 3, the period in which student studying in such
degree programs in the current study program in parallel to

Time study counted only once. Since the overall duration of studies
calculated in accordance with this paragraph shall be deducted the first time recognized parenting.

(4) If a graduate of a bachelor or master degree program
another Bachelor or Master's degree program
provides public higher education institution study fee, which makes
for each additional year of study maximum basis pursuant to paragraph 2;
This does not apply if a graduate is studying a bachelor's degree in
Master's degree program or in the case of parallel
study programs not exceeding the standard period of study program
one. If the total length of additional studies exceed the standard period
studies, the public high school study fee pursuant to paragraph
third

(5) Should a public college study program in a foreign language
provides fee for Bachelor's, Master's or doctoral program
; to determine the amount of fees associated with
study not covered by paragraphs 2 to 4

(6) Public higher education institutions to publish the amount of fees associated with studies
under paragraphs 1 to 5 for the next academic year before the deadline for submission of applications
to study. The amount, form of payment and due date
determine the status of public universities.

(7) Tuition fees with the exception of paragraph 5
income scholarship fund public universities.

(8) Decisions on fees assessment study
pursuant to paragraph 3 or 4 paragraph shall be issued at least 90 days before payment is due.
Rector may in deciding on the request to review a decision
fees assessment study assessed fee reduced
waive or defer its maturity with regard in particular to
study results and social situation in accordance with principles
listed in the statute of public universities.

(9) The study-related fees referred to in paragraphs 1-5
is not subject to general regulations on fees. ^ 17)

§ 59

Study fees at private universities provides
private college in their internal regulations.

§ 60
Lifelong learning


(1) As part of its educational institutions can provide
free of charge or for a fee, lifelong learning programs focused on
professions or interests. Detailed conditions for lifelong learning
internal regulations. Participants in lifelong learning
with him must be informed in advance.

(2) Upon completion of lifelong learning at higher
school certificates to the participants.
Successful graduates of lifelong education within the accredited study programs if they become students
under this Act (§ 48-50) can recognize
college credits they have earned the lifelong learning program of up to || | 60% of the credits needed to complete a study.

(3) Participants in lifelong learning are not students
under this Act.

§ 60a

Education internationally recognized course

(1) As part of its educational activities the public college
provide free or for a fee in the internationally recognized training course
oriented to increase proficiency of students or graduates of foreign universities
(hereinafter the "course" ). Detailed conditions of the course
internal regulations. Participants in the course must be informed in advance
.

(2) The graduates of the course will issue a public institution of higher
participants certificate. Successful graduates of the course can public high school
grant internationally recognized degree.

(3) Course participants are not students under this Act.
PART SIX

STUDENTS


§ 61

(1) The applicant becomes a student on the day of enrollment in studies; a person who has
interrupted study becomes a student on the day re-enrollment.

(2) A person ceases to be a student on the day of graduation according to § 55 paragraph.
1 and § 56 par. 1 and 2 interruption as per § 54

§ 62


Student Rights
(1) A student has the right

A) study in one or more study programs

B) to choose subjects and create a study plan in accordance with the rules
study program

C) selecting a teacher in a study subject taught more
teacher


D) take examinations under the terms of the degree program or
study and examination,

E) to enroll in another part of the program, if
fulfilled the obligations stipulated in the degree program or the Study and Examination Regulations
,

F) propose the topic of their bachelor's, master's, doctoral dissertation or
work

G) use equipment and information technologies needed for study in
study program in accordance with the regulations stipulated College,

H) to elect and be elected to the Academic Senate, if the Academic Senate
set up

I) a scholarship by the college, provided they meet the conditions for eligibility set
scholarship in order.

(2) Students taking practical classes and practice, apply
general regulations on occupational safety and health and working conditions of women
. ^ 18)

§ 63


Student Responsibilities
(1) The obligations arising from the student's program of study and
study and examination regulations.

(2) The student is obliged to comply with the internal regulations of the high school and its
part.

(3) The student is also obliged

A) pay the fees associated with the study and provide the data for their
amount

B) report to the university or its components, on which is written,
address specified for delivery,

C) to appear when summoned by the Rector, Dean or authorized by them
employee of the college to discuss issues relating to
course of study or graduation.

(4) neglecting their obligations referred to in paragraph 3 arises
student's obligation to make college costs, which had caused the
.

Disciplinary offense

§ 64

A disciplinary offense is a breach of the obligations set
legal regulations or internal regulations of the higher education institution and its
part.

§ 65

(1) for a disciplinary offense may be imposed the following penalties
:

A) reprimand,

B) conditional exclusion from studies with the term and conditions for
certificate

C) exclusion from the study.

(2) Sanctions can be waived if such consideration
disciplinary offense leads to a correction.

(3) When imposing sanctions, the nature of the act, which was
infraction, the circumstances under which it occurred,
the consequences, the extent of fault, as well as the current behavior || | student who committed the infraction, and demonstrated
effort to redress the consequences. Expulsion is possible only in case
deliberate commission of a disciplinary offense.

§ 66

Disciplinary offense can not be discussed if the deadline
one year after its commission or legally binding
judgment in a criminal case. One year period excluding the time
where the person is a student.

§ 67

Special provisions on expulsion

From the study will be expelled student, who was admitted to studies
result of a fraudulent act.

Decisions on the rights and responsibilities of students

§ 68

(1) Decisions on the rights and obligations of the student
are not subject to general regulations on administrative proceedings. The decision must be issued within 30 days
receipt of a request or notification of this fact.

(2) A decision on the rights and obligations of the student must be a student
provable manner informed. The decision is
documentation on students kept by the higher education institution or its part in which the student is enrolled
.

(3) Decisions on matters

A) permits an extraordinary resit exam if such
permitted by the Study and Examination Regulations,

B) permits repeat of the studies referred to in § 52 paragraph. 1, if such
permitted by the Study and Examination Regulations,

C) permission to interrupt studies,

D) recognition of examinations and prescription of equivalency examinations,

E) awarding scholarships

F) assessment of study fees pursuant to § 58 par. 3 and 4

G) failure to comply with the requirements under § 56 par. 1 point. b)

H) disciplinary infractions;

I) expulsion pursuant to § 67

Must be in writing, must contain reasons and information about
possibility of an application for review and must be delivered to the student
own hands. Any alternative method of delivery in matters

Referred to in subparagraphs a) to f) may establish internal regulation
high school or its components.

(4) Students may, within 30 days from the date on which the decision pursuant to paragraph 3
served, ask for a review of the decision;
missed this deadline may be excused for serious reasons. The application shall be submitted to the body which issued the decision
. If this body is the dean, it can request
only accommodate a change or cancel otherwise be passed to the Rector
. The Rector alters or cancels the decision, which was issued
against the law, internal regulations of the university
or its components. The decision on disciplinary misdemeanors and exclusion from studies
according to § 67 canceled even if there appear
facts that would justify stopping the proceedings.
Request for review of a decision issued pursuant to paragraph 3. f)
always has suspensive effect.

(5) Public high school or its components take the following
a decision pursuant to paragraph 4, if necessary, such measures that
restore student's rights and the consequences of an erroneous decision
caused the eliminated or at least mitigated.

§ 69

(1) Disciplinary proceedings are initiated disciplinary commission
public higher education institution when it comes to discussion of a disciplinary offense
student who is not enrolled in any faculty or dean
when it comes to discussion of a disciplinary infraction student
who is enrolled at the faculty. The proposal contains a description of the act or
the evidence on which it relies, as well as the rationale is
considered a disciplinary offense. Disciplinary proceedings begin with the student
proposal. The disciplinary infraction
held a hearing in the presence of the student. In the absence of the student
be a hearing to take place only in the event that it fails
without apology, although he was duly invited. Rector or dean can not impose
sanction more severe than the Disciplinary Commission.

(2) If it becomes clear that it is not a disciplinary offense if
fails to demonstrate that the student committed a disciplinary offense, or
if the person has ceased to be a student, disciplinary proceedings are terminated.

(3) All appeals have suspensive effect.

(4) Paragraphs 1 to 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis to proceedings on expulsion under § 67.

PART SEVEN

SCHOLAR


§ 70
Academics


(1) The academic staff are employees of the college, who
carry out teaching, scientific, research, development and innovation
, artistic or other creative activities. Academics
are obliged to respect the good name of the college.

(2) The academic staff are professors, associate professors, assistant professors,
assistants, lecturers and scientific, research and development workers taking
teaching activities.

(3) In high school performs the function of teachers academics.

(4) A professor or associate professor who is an academic employee
respective colleges under paragraphs 1 and 2, can guarantee according to § 79 paragraph
. 1 point. c) the quality and development
study program at the university (or its components).

(5) The teaching may participate in the other experts on the basis of agreements on work performed outside
employment.

(6) The internal regulations define the position
visiting professors.

§ 71
Appointment of Associate Professors


Docent specific field is appointed Rector of the habilitation procedure.

§ 72


Habilitations
(1) The habilitation procedure the scientific or artistic qualifications
candidates, mainly based on the thesis and its defense and
other scientific, scholarly or artistic work, and the educational qualification for
based on assessment of the habilitation lecture and previous teaching experience
.

(2) habilitation procedure is initiated at the request of the applicant. The proposal is
must submit curriculum vitae, evidence of formal higher education
acquired and titles
Documents proving teaching experience, a list of scientific, scholarly or artistic work,
overview of scientific, scholarly or artistic research fellowships how
domestic and foreign, or other documents evidencing

Scientific or artistic qualifications. The proposal also specifies the field
requesting habilitation. Submit her habilitation thesis.

(3) A habilitation thesis may be:

A) written work that brings new scientific findings or

B) a set of published scientific or technical papers supplemented with a commentary
or

C) a published monograph introducing new scientific findings or

D) work of art or artistic achievement or a collection, which is
as outstanding public artistic activity.

(4) The proposal was submitted to the dean of the faculty, which is accredited in the field
habilitation, or the rector if accredited in the field
College. If the proposal is not all the information required and the applicant
defects to the call within a reasonable time, the Dean or Rector
habilitation procedure.

(5) If the habilitation procedure under paragraph 4
the Dean or Rector, the Scientific Board of the faculty or college
along with the proposal to set up a five-member Habilitation Board.
Habilitation commission consists of professors, associate professors and other distinguished representatives
given or related field. Chairman of the commission must be
professor and at least three members must be from other institution than
out of college to which the habilitation procedure.

(6) in artistic fields Scientific Board may waive the
requirement of higher education.

(7) The Habilitation Board approved the composition of the Scientific Council appoints three opponents
habilitation thesis. From college to which habilitation
management takes place, it may be appointed only one opponent.

(8) Habilitation Board assesses the scientific or artistic qualifications
candidates for the field and his previous teaching experience. On
based on opponents assess the habilitation thesis.
Habilitation committee then votes by ballot on whether to
candidate to be appointed as an associate professor. If the proposal does not obtain a majority of the votes of all members
habilitation committee, the inaugural committee recommends
habilitation proceedings. Proposal tabled by the chairman or an appointed member of the inaugural committee
Scientific Board.

(9) habilitation lecture and habilitation thesis defense is held at a public meeting
Scientific Council. After a debate in which candidates must be
given the opportunity to comment on the opponents' reviews,
defend his habilitation thesis and to his previous scientific or artistic
and educational activities, the Scientific Board by secret vote by | || proposal whether the applicant should be appointed associate professor.

(10) obtained a proposal to appoint a majority of members of the Scientific
Council, the Scientific Council habilitation procedure is terminated.

(11) Proposal for appointment of Associate Professor Scientific Board shall pass to the Rector.
If he disagrees with the proposal Rector, submit it with your reasoning
Scientific Board of the college, which discuss it and vote by ballot in
act, whether the applicant should be appointed associate professor. Obtained a proposal to
majority of the votes of all the members of the Scientific Council, the management
stops. Otherwise rector professor is appointed.

(12) If the habilitation procedure, the habilitation work with
accompanying documents are returned candidates.

(13) The habilitation procedure is not subject to general regulations on administrative proceedings
.

(14) The procedure for habilitation candidate may submit objections.
If it fails objections Dean, forward them to the Rector;
Rector decision is final.

(15) If the internal regulations of the high school, the habilitation
proceedings conducted before the scientific council of the institute. Tasks
Dean are then performed by the director.

§ 73


Professorship
Professor in a specific field is appointed by the president on the recommendation of the Council
college submitted through the Minister.

§ 74

Professor appointment procedure

(1) The procedure for appointment of a professor, the educational, scientific or artistic
qualifications of the candidate is outstanding and recognized
scientific or artistic personality in his field.
Prerequisite for initiation, is an associate professor previous appointment on the basis
habilitation procedure, if it included the presentation of habilitation

Work. In exceptional cases where the professor suggested someone
who has been a professor at a prestigious university abroad may
rector at the proposal by the Scientific Council of Colleges previous appointment as an associate professor
as a prerequisite to initiating professor appointment procedure pardon.

(2) professor appointment procedure is initiated at the request of the applicant
supported by at least two written opinions of professors in the same or related field or
by Dean's or Rector submitted to the Scientific Council
faculty that is accredited in the Study appointment, or scientific
College Board, has the accreditation for the proposed scope College.
Procedure can be initiated on its own initiative, the Scientific Board of the faculty or
college. The proposal must include the requirements specified in § 72 para. 2
second sentence; it must also specify the field in which the procedure for appointment of a professor
launches.

(3) To assess the proposal, the dean or rector
Scientific Board five-member evaluation committee comprised of
professors, associate professors and other distinguished representatives of
or a related field. Chairman of the committee must be a professor and at least three
members must be experts from the workplace other than a high school, which
procedure of appointment.

(4) in artistic fields Scientific Board may waive the requirement
higher education.

(5) The evaluation committee will assess the qualifications of candidates and ballot
decides upon the proposal whether the candidate is to be appointed a professor.
Obtained a proposal to appoint a majority vote of all members of the evaluation committee, applies
the Board recommends steering habilitation.
Proposal tabled by the chairman or a member of the evaluation committee that
Scientific Board, which approved the Board. The Scientific Board invites candidates to
at a public meeting of a lecture in which submit
concept of scientific or artistic work and teaching in the field.

(6) After the lecture, the Scientific Board votes by ballot on the proposal
whether the candidate should be appointed professor. If this is the scientific advice
universities are submitted to the approval of the proposal for the appointment of professors
minister. In the case of the Scientific Board of the faculty is proposing
scientific council of the university which secretly voted to submit a proposal
minister. § 72 para. 10, apply in both cases by analogy.

(7) The procedure for the appointment of a professor is not subject to general regulations on administrative proceedings
.

(8) against the implementation of the procedure for appointment as a professor at the faculty or college
candidate may submit objections, which are decided by the Rector;
Rector's decision is final.

(9) If the internal regulations of the high school can be a procedure for the appointment of a professor
started on the scientific council of the university institute, which performs tasks
Scientific Board. Tasks Dean are performed
director of the institute.

§ 75

Publishing Information on Habilitation procedures and procedures for the appointment of Professor


(1) College or any part thereof published on the official notice board immediately
information about initiating a habilitation procedure and procedure for appointment as a professor
schedule of relevant public meetings of scientific advice;
shall also publish information on the termination of these procedures.

(2) The College shall notify the Ministry

A) at the start of habilitation procedure and procedure for appointment as a professor
name, identification number, status and permanent residence of foreigners also
date of birth, sex, place of residence in the Czech Republic and citizenship, and | || data on employment candidates

B) during the habilitation procedure and procedure for appointment of professor
changes in the data referred to in subparagraph a) or reason and date of interruption
management

C) upon termination of a habilitation procedure and procedure for appointment of a professor
date and outcome of the proceedings.

(3) The Ministry shall ensure that publicity about the launch
habilitation procedure and procedure for appointment of professors and the results of these proceedings
appropriate manner.

§ 76
Sabbatical


(1) academic staff college at the request of the
sabbatical of six months once in seven years, unless prohibited
this serious circumstances relating to the fulfillment of educational tasks
high school.


(2) During the period of sabbatical leave workers wages.

§ 77

The tender for a public university

(1) Academic staff at a public university
are filled on a competitive basis. Since the procedure is not required when
repeated employment of an academic employee
case of a cast him post.

(2) A call for tender must be published on the official board
college or its components, and the mass media with
nationwide least 30 days before the deadline for submission of application
.

(3) Details of the tender internal regulations
public universities.
PART EIGHT



ACCREDITATION
Study program accreditation

§ 78

(1) Study programs are subject to accreditation awarded by the Ministry.

(2) If a degree program is accredited, not to admit any
applicants, hold classes, examinations or award academic degrees.

(3) Within the master's degree program accreditation decisions are also
on authorization to award academic degrees pursuant to § 46 para. 5th

§ 79

(1) A written request of the College of study program includes


A) the name of the university or its components that will study
program is executed,

B) components of the degree program in accordance with § 44 para. 2

C) documents on personnel, financial, material, technical and information support
study program for at least the standard
studies, including data Study program,

D) the planned development of the study program, its rationale and the anticipated
number of students to be admitted,

E) in the case of a medical study program also focuses opinion
Ministry of Health, that of graduates
medical professions ^ 19)

F) in the case of a study program aimed at preparation for
regulated profession also notice that the program focuses on
preparing to practice a regulated profession, and the opinion of the competent
recognizing body that graduates will
adequately prepared accordingly to this job-19a).

(2) The Ministry shall forward the application to the Accreditation Commission that it
later than 120 days from the date on which it was delivered.

(3) If there are any deficiencies in the application to remove, prompts
Accreditation Commission college that is in reasonable length of time, and assessment
interrupted. In the event that college defects within the prescribed time limit
persists, the Accreditation Commission for an opinion on the basis
original documentation.

(4) Upon receipt of the Accreditation Commission of the Ministry within 30 days
decide on granting accreditation. Must take into account the concept
educational and scientific, research, development and innovation, artistic or other creative activity
colleges and assessment of its activities.

(5) The Ministry shall not grant accreditation if

A) program does not comply with Part Four
this Act

B) degree program is not secure enough in terms of personnel, equipment and information support
,

C) the study program is not financially or materially and technically
ensured

D) College provides no guarantee of proper provision of teaching,

E) the application contained incorrect data essential for accreditation

F) Accreditation Commission has issued a favorable opinion,

G) legal entity applying for accreditation
been finally convicted of a criminal offense for which provides no guarantee of proper
an accredited study program when her according to the law
not regarded as such under criminal been convicted of offenses;
for the purpose of assessing whether there is a reason for the denial of accreditation, the Ministry
requests an extract from the Criminal Records
under another legal regulation 27); application for the extract from the Register
records and the extract from the criminal records shall be transmitted in electronic form
a manner enabling remote access.

(6) Accreditation Commission issued a request for accreditation of study program
concurring opinion for the reasons mentioned in paragraph 5 point. a)
b). Opinion Accreditation Commission must include a justification in what

Specific points does not meet the program grounds mentioned in paragraph 5
point. a) and b).

(7) The Ministry in agreement with the Accreditation Commission
decree detailing the contents of the written application for accreditation of the degree program.

(8) If the Ministry finds that the facts stated in the preamble
issuance by the Accreditation Commission
do not match the facts or the law, the Ministry may invite the Accreditation Commission for
a new hearing to issue the statement and gaps in
justification.

§ 80

(1) The study program accreditation is granted for a maximum period of ten
years, calculated from the date of the decision.

(2) The accreditation may be extended repeatedly. The proceedings on
extension of accreditation is subject to the provisions § 79.

(3) During an accredited study program may
high school to apply for accreditation of its extension.

(4) Accreditation of a degree program expires upon the college of
study program cancellation or expiration of the period for which it was granted accreditation
. College provides students with the opportunity to continue
studies in the same or a similar study program at the same or another
college.

§ 81

(1) The study program accreditation, together with the College
requested by legal person that has its registered office, central administration or principal place
business on the territory of a Member State of the European Union
, or that have been constituted or established by law
a Member State of the European Union, dealing with
educational and scientific, research, development and innovation, artistic or other creative activities
.

(2) Along with the application for accreditation must include an agreement with the University of
mutual cooperation in the program. This high
school accepts applicants for studies in study programs and awards
graduates of this degree program appropriate degree. In
graduation diploma also mentions where the study program
implemented.

(3) The accreditation of a degree program may
legal entity under paragraph 1 shall also apply separately. Should the Accreditation Commission
affirmative standpoint, the Ministry shall invite the higher education institution to sign
Agreement pursuant to paragraph 2 and the accreditation granted after the conclusion of this agreement.
Refuses to college to conclude the agreement, it shall communicate this decision and its justification
30 days Ministry and Accreditation Commission.

(4) The request for accreditation of the study program in accordance with paragraphs 1 to 3
§ 79 applies mutatis mutandis.

(5) In carrying out joint doctoral program
agreement also provides for the representation of legal entities and universities in the departmental council.

§ 82

Accreditation of habilitation procedure and procedure for appointment of professors

(1) Authorization of high school or its components
habilitation procedures or procedures for the appointment of professors in the field is subject to accreditation awarded by the Ministry
.

(2) A written request for accreditation of colleges includes:

A) the name of the college or component name, which will take place
management,

B) the field of habilitation or appointment

C) data on educational, scientific, research, development and innovation,
artistic or other creative activities of the institution or its components
in the field,

D) information on professors and other academic staff teaching
and the relevant or a related field in college or
components

E) a list of members of the Scientific Board of the higher education institution or its components.

(3) The provisions of § 79 para. 2 and 3 apply for accreditation
habilitation procedure and procedure for appointment of professors analogy.

(4) The Accreditation Commission shall assess whether the facts documented in accordance with paragraph 2
point. c) to e) create the conditions for an objective assessment
pedagogical, scholarly or artistic qualifications of candidates for appointment
professor or associate professor, and issue an opinion on the request.

(5) The Ministry will decide on granting accreditation within 30 days after receipt
by the Accreditation Commission. Takes into consideration the long-term plan
public universities or strategic plan of private universities and
evaluation of its activities.

(6) The Ministry will not grant accreditation if

A) College provides no guarantee of proper implementation of habilitation procedure

Or procedure for the appointment of professors,

B) is not accredited doctoral program, under which the
college or its components teaches the field of habilitation or appointment
or at least a substantial part

C) the application contains incorrect data deemed crucial for accreditation

D) Accreditation Commission has issued a favorable opinion,

E) legal person applying for accreditation
been finally convicted of a criminal offense for which provides no guarantee of proper venue
habilitation procedure or procedure for the appointment of professors, if the
her under the Act is regarded as would such an offense has not been convicted
; for the purposes of assessing whether there is a reason for this refusal
accreditation, the Ministry shall request an extract from the Criminal Records
according to another legal regulation 27); extradition request
extract from the Criminal Register and the extract from the Criminal Records
be transmitted in electronic form in a manner enabling remote access.

(7) The exceptions to the provisions of paragraph 6 point. b) The Ministry may
in case of newly emerging field.

(8) Accreditation of habilitation procedure or procedure for the appointment of professors
shall be granted for a maximum period of ten years from the day the final decision
.


Accreditation Commission
§ 83

(1) The Accreditation Commission consists of twenty-one members. Chairman, Vice
and members of the Accreditation Commission are appointed by the Minister and the Government. The minister
before submitting the request references representation universities
Council for Research and Development and the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and draft them
discuss.

(2) Members of the Accreditation Commission are appointed for a period of six years;
May serve a maximum of two terms of office. At the first appointment
Accreditation Commission members, the government will appoint one third of members whose term of office ends
after two years, and one third of members whose term of office ends
after four years.

(3) Accreditation Commission members may be appointed only person who
general authority as experts.

(4) Membership Accreditation Commission is incompatible with the duties of the rector, vice-rector or dean
.

(5) Before the expiration of the term may be a member of the Accreditation Commission
removed from office only for long-term absence from work
Accreditation Commission or at his own request.

(6) Members of the Accreditation Commission perform their duties independently.

(7) The Accreditation Commission for the training of its conduct may
establish advisory working groups whose composition must correspond to the type
study program, its form and objectives of the study; in the case of accreditation
habilitation procedure or procedure for the appointment of professors field
to be granted accreditation, or a related field.

(8) The method of action of the Accreditation Commission and its working groups adjusted
Accreditation Commission statute, approved by the government. The Ministry will publish
government approved the statute appropriate form.

(9) The Accreditation Commission of material and financial assistance
ministry.

(10) Submissions to the Accreditation Commission are made through the Ministry.

(11) The activities of members of the Accreditation Commission and its working committees is
act in the public interest. ^ 4) These persons may receive a bonus and
their travel costs under a special regulation. ^ 5)

§ 84

(1) The Accreditation Commission fosters the quality of higher education and
comprehensive evaluation of educational, scientific, research, development and innovation
, artistic or other creative activities at universities. This objective
particularly

A) evaluating the activities of universities and the quality of accredited activities and publishes the results
,

B) reviewing other issues related to higher education, which she
by the Minister, and publishes its views.

(2) The Accreditation Commission issues an opinion

A) requests for accreditation of degree programs

B) requests for habilitation procedure and procedure for appointment
professor

C) the establishment, merger, amalgamation, splitting or dissolution of a faculty
public universities

D) for granting the state permission to a legal entity wishing to operate as a private
college

E) to determine the type of college.

§ 85

(1) If the Accreditation Commission deficiencies in the

Accredited activities, it college or cooperating
legal entity within a reasonable time to remedy the situation.

(2) In case of serious deficiencies in the implementation of the degree program suggests
Accreditation Commission Ministry as the case

A) restrictions on accreditation consisting in a ban on admitting to the study of the study program
another candidate or

B) the suspension of accreditation, consisting in a ban on holding state examinations and awarding academic degrees
or

C) revocation of accreditation.

(3) In case of serious deficiencies in habilitation procedures or procedures for
appointment of professors, the Accreditation Commission of the Ministry according to the case
terminate or revoke accreditation.

(4) The Accreditation Commission will ask the Ministry to revoke accreditation
case on the side of the college, its components or cooperating
legal entity is such circumstances that would justify
refusal of accreditation.

(5) If the reasons for which action has been taken in accordance with paragraph 2
point. a) or b) or paragraph 3, the Accreditation Commission suggests
Ministry to repeal the measure.

(6) The Ministry shall decide within 120 days after receipt of the draft
Accreditation Commission pursuant to paragraphs 2 to 5

§ 86

(1) In the event that the study program accreditation has been suspended or revoked
is the responsibility of colleges provide students with the opportunity
continue studies in the same or a similar study program at
same or another university.

(2) To meet the obligations under paragraph 1
Ministry sets a reasonable deadline.
PART NINE


Government

§ 87

Responsibilities of the Ministry
Ministry


A) registers the internal regulations of the universities

B) develop and publish an annual report on the state of higher education and
strategic plan of the Ministry (§ 18 par. 4)

C) discusses and evaluates long-term intentions public universities
long-term intentions of private universities and their annual
update

D) distributes funds from the state budget from Chapter
to higher education institutions and monitors their use,

E) controls the management of public universities; proceed in accordance
special regulation ^ 20)

F) grants state permission pursuant to § 39

G) decides on the accreditation of degree programs and granting accreditation
habilitation procedure and procedure for appointment of professors in the field
,

H) appoints additional members of the Examination Board in accordance with § 53

I) collects and uses information on applicants for admission to and
participants and graduates of lifelong learning and information
register of students in accordance with special regulations;
in pooling and sharing of information and carrying out the surveys is entitled
itself or through a person authorized by
use Social Security numbers of applicants for study programs, individuals
taken to studies program, students in the
study program, and persons who have left or completed their studies in
study program, participants in lifelong learning, and graduates
lifelong learning

J) results, particularly for the purpose of detecting facts in the proceedings
things accreditation electronically register and associate professors
employed at public and private universities
containing a specified employee in particular:

First the name or names, surname, identity number, if assigned,
date of birth and place of permanent residence of the employee; for foreigners, also
sex, place of residence in the Czech Republic and citizenship,

Second information about the field of higher education employees, their
academic titles, scientific degrees and scientific-pedagogical
titles, including the introduction of programs or courses in which the titles and ranks
obtained

Third data creation, modification and termination of employment, or
, and employees to college, including data on the extent
work, expressed a set number of hours of work per week, possibly
per calendar year or any other the relevant period and the period for which the
employment with the university agreed,

Fourth data on job position as associate professor or professor;

At pooling, use and other processing of information is authorized
ministry itself or through its authorized
people use social security numbers of employees registered in the register;
Structure of information records database and the technical
conditions stipulated by the ministry, as well as the time limits within which public and private universities
notify the Ministry of changes in data regarding
their employees

K) in accordance with the law governing universities in the exercise of state
administration

L) act as superior administrative body for higher education institutions in administrative proceedings
,

M) adopt measures in accordance with § 37, 38, 43 and 85,

N) recognizes foreign university education and qualifications in accordance with § 89 and
90

A) grants scholarships funded from the state budget according to § 91

P) materially and financially supports the activities of the Accreditation Commission

Q) gives its consent or comments on the matters referred to in § 95

R) provide methodological assistance to universities in the preparation of statutes and other regulations
universities and faculties, keeping records on students
statistical reporting, librarianship, information systems and
foreign relations,

S) grants material and financial awards to outstanding students, graduates
study program and other persons for extraordinary results in
study and research, development and innovation, artistic or other creative
activities | ||
T) informs the Ministry of Health to issue a decision on granting accreditation
degree program of medical specialization, which was
opinion under § 79 para. 1 point. E);
accredited degree program sends to the Ministry of Health also sent the information

U) provides targeted support from European funds through the state budget
legal and natural persons as beneficiaries or co-beneficiaries
that, based on agreements between the parties
manages projects focused on educational activities on high
schools in a competition process,

V) established part of targeted support from European funds, which
recipient is obliged to provide to the co by letter t).
While providing targeted support is not followed by a special regulation
^ 20a).

§ 88


Student register
(1) College leads a student register. The student register serves to
records on students and budgetary and statistical purposes.

(2) The register of students records the name, surname, identity number,
status and permanent address, for foreigners, also the date of birth, sex,
residence in the Czech Republic and citizenship.

(3) The register of students is about individual students especially
data

A) enrollment in studies

B) previous education,

C) study program, field of study, form of study,

D) enrollment in the next academic year or block

E) state examinations and academic degrees awarded

F) the interruption of studies,

G) graduation.
Structure of information records database and the technical
conditions stipulated by the Ministry after consultation with the college.

(4) Records in the register of students may only employees
high school specially authorized; records pursuant to paragraph 3. a) and c) to
g) was made immediately following the event. Register of students and
evidence of decisive events are archival;
when archiving and making printouts and copies are subject to special regulations
. ^ 21)

(5) College shall inform those who can demonstrate a legitimate interest, the corresponding figure
register of students.

Recognition of foreign university education and qualification

§ 89

(1) At the request of the foreign university graduate
issue a certificate of recognition of higher education or its part in the Czech Republic:

A) the Ministry, if the Czech Republic is bound by international
agreement with the country where the foreign university established and recognized and the Ministry
this contract is authorized to recognize,

B) in other cases, a public university that realizes
substantively similar study program.

(2) In case of doubt the jurisdiction of the public universities
ministry or decide on recognition of higher education by itself.


(3) Public High School will issue a certificate based on the knowledge level
foreign universities or on the extent of knowledge and skills
best higher education qualification.

(4) The provisions of paragraphs 1 to 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis to individual examinations
passed at a university abroad, unless it is a joint degree program with
college under this Act.

§ 90

(1) In matters of recognition of foreign higher education qualifications
public university Rector decides.

(2) The recognition is original or a certified copy of a diploma,
certificate or similar document issued by a foreign university
or the original or a certified copy of the diploma supplement and
additional information about that study program was implemented
institution authorized to provide education comparable to higher education
under this Act, the content of university studies abroad. In
If necessary, an officially certified translation of these documents.

(3) The public university or ministry may require
authenticity of signatures and stamps on the original documents was verified
Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the State in which it is established college
which issued the document, or a respective foreign authority and the
embassy of the Czech Republic, unless an international treaty
which the Czech Republic stipulates otherwise.

(4) If the person who was in the Czech Republic or in another Member State of the European Union
granted international protection in the form of asylum or subsidiary protection
^ 21) or which must be based on international | || Czech Republic's commitments viewed as a refugee or exile or
person in a refugee-like situation, you can submit proof
referred to in paragraph 2 and the authenticity referred to in paragraph 3 to replace
affidavit of such person about the facts differently prokazovaných
such proof or verification.

(5) If a public college or pursuant to § 89 para. 2
ministry, the degree programs being compared
substantial differences, reject the request for recognition.

§ 91
Scholarships


(1) Students of high schools can be awarded scholarships.

(2) Scholarships covered by grants or contributions may be awarded to students


A) for outstanding academic achievement,

B) for outstanding research, development and innovation, artistic or other creative
contributing to the deepening of knowledge

C) the research, development and innovation activities under a special legal regulation
^ 8e).

D) the difficult social situation of a student

E) in cases deserving special consideration.

(3) scholarship pursuant to paragraph 2. d) also admits students
who are entitled to child benefit under a special legal regulation
^ 21), if the decisive family income ascertained for the purpose
child allowance does not exceed the product of the subsistence level and families | || coefficient of 1.5. Scholarship in the amount of CZK 1,620 was awarded for the standard
study period of ten months of the academic year.
Eligible for scholarship student demonstrates a written confirmation issued upon his request
authority of state social support, which supplement admitted that family income
surveyed for the purpose of child per calendar year referred to in
confirmation does not exceed the product of the amount subsistence and family
coefficient of 1.5. Confirmation for the purposes of granting scholarships to pay for
21 months from the expiry of the year for which the income of families investigated.
Qualify for scholarship student may apply for a specific time period only once
.

(4) Scholarships covered by grants or contributions may also be awarded

A) to support study abroad

B) to support studying in the Czech Republic,

C) doctoral students.

(5) Scholarships awarded to students by the university or faculty according
scholarship regulations.

(6) The Ministry granted a scholarship by the conditions laid down in
paragraphs 2 and 4 programs announced by the Ministry, taking into
obligations under international treaties to which the Czech Republic is bound.
Ministry may grant these scholarships to those citizens of the Czech Republic
studying at universities abroad.
PART TEN


University representatives

§ 92


(1) Representations universities constitute

A) a body composed of members of the academic community colleges
delegated by their representative academic bodies

B) a body composed of representatives of universities.

(2) Detailed procedure of these bodies and their rules
defined in their statutes.

(3) The Minister discussed with university representatives proposals and measures
which colleges significant concern.

(4) The representation of universities submit recommendations to the Minister
composition of the Accreditation Commission.
PART ELEVEN



UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
§ 93

(1) Clinical and practical training in the field of medicine, pharmacy and health sciences
takes place primarily at teaching hospitals
. ^ 22) At these hospitals are also carried out scientific, research or development
activity.

(2) Details of the arrangement provides for a special regulation.
PART TWELVE


MILITARY AND POLICE HIGH SCHOOL

§ 94

(1) Military College to educate specialists, particularly for the armed forces
. These institutions are also open to students who are not soldiers in active service
.

(2) Police Colleges provide specialists in
security forces. ^ 22a) These institutions are also open to students who are not
members of the security forces.

§ 95

(1) Military higher education institutions are part of the State ^ 23)
Ministry of Defence financed from the state budget, particularly
Ministry of Defence, police colleges are organizational components of the state
^ 23) funded from the Ministry of the Interior;
subject to the provisions of Part II, with the exception of § 14, 15, § 17 para. 1 point.
C), § 18 to 20 in State College are not covered by the provisions of § 2 paragraph
. 2. State College can be provided according to § 18 paragraph
. 2 point. a) and b) and para. 5. The Ministry may
military high school to grant a scholarship according to § 91 para. 2 point. e) or
according to § 91 para. 3 given to students of degree programs in the field of security studies
who are not soldiers in active service;
terms of subsidies, their use and settlement are subject to general regulations
handling of state budget.

(2) Military College for the recruitment of soldiers in active service to study
subject to the requirements of the Ministry of Defence. The course of the service and material security
student-soldiers in active service are governed by special laws and regulations
. ^ 24) The number of students who are not in active service, makes
usually one third of the capacity of military colleges and | || revised annually in relation to the amount of the request
Ministry of Defence to prepare students to soldiers in active service.

(3) Police College for the recruitment of members of the Police of the Czech Republic
in service to study the subject to the requirements of the Ministry of Interior
.

(4) Military and police colleges that are accredited
least one doctoral degree program may apply for accreditation
master's or doctoral program next
in cooperation with a public university. The joint
for these degree programs must have been concluded between the participating universities
agreement defining reciprocal commitments.
The contract requires the approval of the Ministry of Defence and Ministry
Ministry of Interior.

(5) Military and police colleges publish the results
science or research and development in accordance with the general regulations on the protection of state and
secrecy. ^ 25)

(6) Military higher education institutions keep a register of students active soldiers
a register of other students; the same applies to police college
in relation to students in a service relationship and other students.

(7) The Minister of Defense with respect to military colleges and Interior Minister
exercise the police higher education following scope:

A) submit to the President of the Republic the appointment or dismissal
rector

B) decide on the establishment, merger, amalgamation, splitting or dissolution
faculty to the Rector and after the Accreditation Commission

C) establishes the salary rector

D) performs activities specified in § 21 para. 1 point. a) and b)

E) submit to the President proposals institution's scientific council for appointment
professor


F) authorizes a person to exercise powers of individual organs
newly established colleges under § 103. 1st

(8) The Ministry of Defense with respect to military colleges and
Ministry of Interior to the police colleges scope
ministry in these matters:

A) register their internal regulations pursuant to § 36 after hearing
Ministry

B) to allocate funds from the state budget

C) checks legality and effective management of financial and material resources
from the state budget and the management
of property owned by the Czech Republic,

D) determines the fees associated with the study,

E) may waive fees for the use of specialized equipment,

F) may decide to declare and pay scholarships to students and
Czech citizens studying abroad,

G) may grant programs announced by the Minister of Defence and Minister of the Interior
scholarship and outside the grounds listed in § 91 para. 2 and 4
if a student undertakes to continue after high school graduation after an agreed period
in active soldier or in the service
ratio policeman

H) appoint additional board members according to § 53 par. 3,

I) to collect and use information from the register of students in accordance with special regulations
,

J) act as superior administrative body for higher education institutions in administrative proceedings
,

K) adopt measures in accordance with § 37, 38 and 85,

L) performs activities specified in § 21 para. 1 point. a) to c), § 75 and
86

M) to provide methodological assistance to universities in the preparation of statutes and other regulations
universities and faculties, keeping records on students
statistical reporting, librarianship, information systems and
Foreign Relations.

(9) The Ministry of Defence in the military and the Interior Ministry
field of security services perform tasks of ministries and public high schools
according to § 89 and 90 for the recognition of foreign university education and qualification
.

(10) If the place of academics
military colleges of the military on active service and police colleges
members of the Police of the Czech Republic in service, it applies to them
§ 77. Their Staff ratio remains unchanged.

(11) students of military colleges, who are soldiers in active service
, and students of police colleges who are members of the Police of the Czech Republic
service contracts, the provisions of this Act
unless special provisions ^ 24) states otherwise.

(12) Study of soldiers in active service at military college
may also be terminated if the soldiers no longer fulfill the conditions set
special regulations for the service of a professional soldier.

(13) Before making a decision on accreditation under § 78 to 82 and 85 for
military colleges, the Ministry will seek the opinion of the Ministry of Defence
; if it concerns the decision of police colleges
request the opinion of the Ministry of Interior.
PART THIRTEEN


Amending Act CZECH NATIONAL COUNCIL no. 586/1992 Coll., On income
INCOME, AS AMENDED

§ 96

Czech National Council Act no. 586/1992 Coll., On income taxes, as amended
Czech National Council Act no. 35/1993 Coll., Act no. 96/1993 Coll., Act
C. 157/1993 Coll., Act no. 196/1993 Coll., Act no. 323/1993 Coll., Act No.
. 42/1994 Coll., Act no. 85/1994 Coll., Act no. 114/1994 Coll., Act No.
. 259/1994 Coll., Act no. 32/1995 Coll., Act no. 87/1995 Coll., Act No.
. 118/1995 Coll., Act no. 149/1995 Coll., Act no. 248/1995 Coll., Act No.
. 316/1996 Coll., Act no. 18/1997 Coll., Act no. 151/1997 Coll., Act No.
. 209/1997 Coll., Act no. 210/1997 Coll. and Act no. 227/1997 Coll., is
amended as follows:

First In § 4 para. 1 point. k) after the word "budget", the following words:
"and from the public universities."

Second In § 18, after paragraph 4 the following paragraph 5 is added:

"(5) For taxpayers that are public higher education institutions are subject
tax all income except income:

a) of investment transfers,

b) Interest of deposits in current accounts. ".

Third In § 18, paragraphs 5-11 renumbered 6 to 12

Fourth In § 18 par. 7, the words "public benefit corporation" shall be inserted

These words: "public universities".
PART FOURTEEN



Canceled
§ 97


Canceled PART FIFTEEN


COMMON, TRANSITIONAL AND FINAL PROVISIONS

§ 98

(1) Study courses in which high school made according to existing regulations
content integrated part of an undergraduate degree, undergraduate and postgraduate studies
studies and are presented in their statutes, are becoming
study programs under this Law and are accredited for a period of four years
that:

A) integrated part of an undergraduate degree in accordance with § 21 of Act no. 172/1990
Coll., On universities, is considered a Bachelor program
under this Act,

B) undergraduate studies according to § 18 of Law no. 172/1990.
is regarded as a master's degree program under this Act,

C) postgraduate studies according to § 22 of Law no. 172/1990.
is considered a doctoral program under this Act.

(2) The right to award academic degrees pursuant to § 46 para. 5
have high school and faculty only in the fields in which they can pursue graduate studies
based on the decision of the Ministry in accordance with § 41 of Act No.
. 172/1990 Coll.

(3) Previous authorization universities and faculties to carry out
habilitation procedure and procedure for appointment as a professor
expire on July 1, 1999. If the Rector within this period shall submit to the Ministry a request under §
82 para. 2 remains the decision of the Ministry in the existing
habilitation procedures and procedures for
appointment of professors in relevant fields.

§ 99

(1) The academic-scientific title "Doctor" and the title of "Bachelor"
granted pursuant to Law no. 172/1990. They are regarded as the academic title "doctor" and
"Bachelor" under this Act.

(2) The academic title "engineer" who acquired pursuant to § 21 of the Act no. 172/1990
. engineering graduates in the field of architecture
is replaced by the academic degree of "Engineer of Architecture" (abbreviated to "Ing.
arch." before the name). Certificate documenting this
academic degree upon a request issued by the relevant institution.

(3) The title "Bachelor", which got under § 21 of Act no. 172/1990.
Graduates complete content of the Master's Studies
arts colleges, is replaced by the academic degree "Bachelor of Arts" (abbreviated
"BcA." Prefix). Certificate documenting this
degree upon request, issue a relevant institution.

(4) The academic title of "Master", which acquired in accordance with § 21 of the Act no. 172/1990
. graduates from art colleges, is replaced
academic degree "Master of Arts" (abbreviated to "MgA."
before the name). Certificates of replacing this degree at the request
issues relevant institution.

(5) Graduates who obtained pursuant to § 21 para. 2 and § 43 paragraph
. 2 of Law no. 172/1990. academic degree "Master" with the exception
graduates listed in paragraph 9, may perform in the same field
state examination and get a degree according to § 46 para. 5th

(6) Graduates from university colleges who acquired pursuant to § 21 paragraph
. 2 of Law no. 172/1990. in Economics
academic title of "Master" may request a replacement of this title
academic title "Engineer" (abbreviated to "Ing."). Certificate documenting this
degree upon request, issue a relevant institution.

(7) Academic titles according to § 21 para. 2 of Law no. 172/1990.
have the right to use and graduates of military colleges, who finished
study before the effective date of this Act, unless they have been
awarded an academic degree, professional designation or another graduate degree
colleges under previous regulations. Certificate of admission to this
degree upon request, issue a relevant institution.

(8) The provisions of paragraph 7 shall not apply to graduates of the Military Political Academy
.

(9) Graduates of postgraduate studies who acquired pursuant to § 21 paragraph.
2, § 43 para. 2 and § 22 of Act no. 172/1990.
academic title of "Master" and the academic scientific title "Doctor" are awarded academic degrees
according to § 46 par. 5 of this Act. Certificate of entitlement to these
degrees upon request, issue a relevant institution.

(10) Graduates of postgraduate studies who acquired pursuant to § 22 of the Act

No. 172/1990 Coll. academic scientific title "Doctor", may request the relevant college
the abbreviation "Dr." the abbreviation "Ph. D."
in the field of theology abbreviation "Th. D. '. Certificates of the abbreviation
academic-scientific degree issued at the request of the relevant institution.

(11) The academic title "Doctor" (abbreviated to "Ph.D." behind the name)
is awarded to graduates of medical and veterinary studies that have completed their studies
according to § 22 Act no. 172/1990 Coll.
Certificate awarding of this degree at the request of the authorizing College.

§ 100

(1) Scientific education leading to a scientific degree "candidate of sciences"
(abbreviated as "PhD.") Is no longer after the effective date of this Act
initiated. Postgraduate students who had started
according to previous regulations may complete their studies under these regulations
that the defense of their dissertations
terminate no later than 31 December 2001.

(2) Postgraduate students may request their admission to
studying in a doctoral program. When acceptance is subject
account the recent development in scientific education and completed candidate
tests.

§ 101

(1) public higher education universities are listed in Annex no. 1
military and police colleges are military and police
colleges listed in Appendix 2.

(2) Colleges referred to in paragraph 1 shall submit the registration
internal regulations modified under this Act on 1 July 1999.

(3) The appointment or election of academic officers and their
term of this Act remain intact.

(4) students studying at universities listed in Annex no. 1 and
Annex no. 2 on 1 January 1999, students under this Act.
Colleges are required to enter these students into the student register
performed before 1 March 1999.

(5) On January 1, 1999 passed into law by the management of the Ministry
state assets, which to this day having the right management
universities listed in Appendix 1. Ministry may decide after
agreement with a public university transfer this
asset to the relevant public universities; at the request
public universities and decide each case of property needed for
providing educational, developmental, artistic or other creative activities
while implementing accredited study programs.
Decision must contain the name and address of the public universities, defining
transferred assets and liabilities to these assets and the date when the assets and liabilities
to these assets are transferred to a public university.
This decision is not subject to general regulations on administrative proceedings.

(6) Property, who moved from 1 January 1999 to rights management
Ministry pursuant to paragraph 5, and to own property
public high schools are not subject to general regulations governing bankruptcy and the ways of its solution
. ^ 13)

(7) The rights and obligations of the faculties that the date of 1 January 1999 included
universities listed in Annex no. 1 and Annex no. 2
transferred to the respective college.

§ 102

Academic degrees, professional designations and other degrees awarded to graduates of universities
granted under previous regulations, except as specified in §
99 remain intact. Scientific degree "candidate of sciences" (abbreviated
"PhD.") And "Doctor of Science" (abbreviated as "DrSc.") Awarded by the former
regulations remain intact.

§ 103

(1) Newly established public university and military and police
High School is bound to constitute their bodies within two years from the date of establishment.
Time to establish individual institutions referred to in § 7 are performed in
extent necessary by persons delegated by the Minister.

(2) Newly established faculties must establish their organs
within one year from the date of establishment. Until the establishment of various institutions referred to in § 25
performs the necessary extent by a person authorized by the Rector.

(3) For newly established university institute performs until the establishment
individual institutions referred to in § 34 to the extent necessary
person delegated by the rector.

§ 104

Until the appointment of the members, Chair of the Accreditation Commission
according to § 83 exercised by the members of the Accreditation Commission established

According to § 17 of Law no. 172/1990. and Government Regulation No. Czech Republic.
350/1990 Coll., on the Accreditation Commission.

§ 105

(1) Unless specified otherwise in this Act, proceedings pertaining to the matters regulated by this Act
subject to general regulations on administrative proceedings. ^ 26)

(2) The activities of the Accreditation Commission and its working groups
order to control ^ 28) does not apply.

§ 106

(1) The provisions of this Act shall apply, unless an international agreement
which the Czech Republic stipulates otherwise.

(2) For the purposes of this Act as a Member State of the European Union also considers
another Contracting State to the Agreement on the European Economic Area and Swiss Confederation
.

§ 107

Public universities bring their financial situation into compliance with this Act
until 31 December 1999.

§ 107a


Canceled
§ 108
Repealing provisions


(1) shall be repealed Art. I, points 5, 8 and 9 of the Act no. 216/1993 Coll., Which
amends Act no. 172/1990 Coll., On universities.

(2) shall be repealed:

First § 33-41, 43 and 45 of Law no. 39/1977 Coll., On
education of new research workers and further improvement of qualifications of research
workers.

Second Act no. 172/1990 Coll., On universities, as amended by Act no. 216/1993 Coll
.

Third Act no. 232/1992 Coll., On police higher education and establishing
Police Academy.

Fourth Article VI of the Czech National Council no. 26/1993 Coll., Amending and supplementing certain laws
of internal order and security, and
related measures.

Fifth Czech Republic Government no. 350/1990 Coll., On
accreditation commission.

6th Ministry of Education and Culture no. 96/1961 Coll., Which publishes
statute Institutes of National Economy Planning at undergraduate schools of economics
in Prague and Bratislava, as amended by Decree
Ministry of Education and Culture no. 31/1963 Coll.

7th Decree of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences no. 55/1977 Coll., On further
qualification improvement and evaluation of the creative capabilities of research
workers.

8th Czech Commission for Scientific Degrees no. 144/1979 Coll., On
defense of candidate and doctoral dissertations
Czechoslovak citizens in Member States of the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance
.

9th Ministry of Education of the Czech Socialist Republic no.
114/1980 Coll., On granting scholarships and allowances to students after graduation
boarding schools for working
studying at universities.

10th Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Socialist Republic
no. 60/1985 Coll., On supplementary studies students
universities and graduates and high schools to become
pedagogical qualification.

11th § 9 of the Decree of the Ministry of Education of the Czech Socialist Republic no. 61/1985
., On further education of teachers.

12th Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic
no. 365/1990 Coll., On granting scholarships to universities
under the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic
(the Scholarship Rules).

13th Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic
no. 447/1990 Coll., On habilitation of associate professors and conditions and procedures
appointment of professors.

14th Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic
no. 476/1990 Coll., On the recognition of diplomas and other documents on studies
issued by foreign universities (for validation).

15th Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic
no. 41/1991 Coll., On material and financial security
university students sent to study abroad.

16th Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic
no. 67/1991 Coll., On granting scholarships to students
postgraduate studies, as amended by Decree of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports
no. 110/1995.

17th The directive of the Ministry of Education of the Czech Socialist Republic of
economic security of university students during the practice of
30th May 1969 ref 19 261/69-III / 5, registered in figure 30/1969
Coll., As amended by the Ministry of Education of the Czech Socialist Republic
dated 10 March 1970, ref 12,300 / 70 III / 5, registered in the amount
10/1970 Coll.


18th The directive of the Ministry of Education of the Czech Socialist Republic of
accommodating students in dormitories of 20 July 1982
Ref. 20797 / 82-34, registered in figure 17/1982.

19th The directive of the Ministry of Education of the Czech Socialist Republic of
establishing, dissolving and operating students' canteens and cafeterias universities dated 20 July 1982 ref
20798 / 82-34, registered in figure 17/1982 Coll., As amended by Directives
Ministry of Education of the Czech Socialist Republic of
16 July 1985 No. 15330 / 85-34, registered in the amount
19/1985 Coll.

(3) shall be repealed:

First Law no. 53/1964 Coll., On granting scientific degrees and
National Commission for Scientific Degrees.

Second Law no. 39/1977 Coll., On the education of new research workers and further improvement of qualifications
researchers.

Third Decree of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences no. 53/1977 Coll., On education
new researchers and research fellowships, as amended by Decree
Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences, no. 5/1986.

Fourth Decree of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences no. 54/1977 Coll., Which
altering some details on industrial relations
participants in scientific education and research fellowships and providing scholarships, as
decrees of the Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences no. 40/1979 Coll., no. 125/1988 Coll. and
No. 393/1992 Coll.

Fifth Czech Commission for Scientific Degrees no. 64/1977 Coll., On
procedure for awarding scientific degrees, as amended by Decree of the Czech Commission for Scientific Degrees
no. 187/1990.

§ 109
Efficiency


This Act comes into force on 1 July 1998, with the exception of § 1
82, § 84-99, § 101-107 and § 108 paragraph. 2, which become effective
from 1 January 1999 and § 108, paragraph. 3, which comes into effect on 31 December 2001.

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Public universities in the Czech Republic:

Charles University in Prague

Palacky University in Olomouc

Czech Technical University in Prague

VSB - Technical University of Ostrava

Academy of Fine Arts, Prague

Brno University of Technology

University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences
Masaryk University


Mendel University in Brno

Academy of Performing Arts in Prague

Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague

Janáček Academy of Music and Performing Arts
University of Pardubice


University of Chemistry and Technology, Prague

Czech University of Life Sciences Prague

Technical University of Liberec

University of Economics


University of Hradec Kralove
University of South Bohemia in the Czech Budejovice

University of Ostrava

Silesian University in Opava

Purkyně University in Usti nad Labem

University of West Bohemia in Pilsen

Tomas Bata University in Zlín

College of Polytechnics,

Institute of Technology and Business in the Czech Budejovice


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Military College:

University of Defence.

Police College in the Czech Republic:

Police Academy of the Czech Republic in Prague
Selected provisions of amendments


Article III of the Act no. 147/2001 Coll.
Transitional provisions


First Accreditation of programs granted under the existing law on
universities are affected by this Act.
To study in accredited master's degree programs may be
candidates accepted only until 31 December 2003 as rector or body exercising powers
Rector by this deadline
Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports on request
accreditation or its renewal or extension under § 79 or § 80 paragraph. 2 and 3 of the current
Law on higher education; where the application remains in
decision of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports in force
accreditation.

Second Habilitation procedure and procedure for appointment of professors
commenced prior to the effective date of this Act may be completed by
existing law on higher education no later than 31 December 2002.

Article V of the Act no. 121/2004 Coll.
Transitional provisions


First Colleges are required to submit to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports
application for accreditation of medical master's degree

Dentistry program within 30 days after the effective date of this Act
. The contents and scope of the new study program Dental Medicine
must comply with the minimum requirements laid down by special legislation
and be in accordance with European Community law. ^ 1)
accepting students into the medical dentistry master's degree program can last
for the academic year 2003/2004. For the academic year 2004/2005
students are accepted only to the medical master's degree program
dentistry. Students admitted to study medical
master's degree program studying dentistry can finish
by medical master's degree program dentistry.

Second Colleges are required to submit to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports
application for accreditation of medical master's degree program
pharmacy (hereinafter "the new curriculum for pharmacy")
within 30 days from the effective date of this Act. The contents and scope of the new
pharmacy degree program must meet the minimum requirements set
special legislation and be in compliance with the law
European Communities. ^ 2) accepting students into the medical
master's degree program can last for pharmacy
academic year 2003/2004. For the academic year 2004/2005 students are accepted only
to a new degree program in pharmacy. Students admitted to study
existing medical master's degree program pharmacy
can finish studying the new degree program in pharmacy.

Third Colleges are required to submit to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports
application for accreditation of bachelor's degree programs for nurses
preparation and bachelor's degree programs for the training of midwives
within 30 days after the effective date of this Act
. The contents and scope of the new study programs must conform
minimum requirements established by special legislation and
be in accordance with European Community law. ^ 3) accepting students into existing medical
bachelor's degree programs for training nurses
and midwives can last for
academic year 2003/2004. For the academic year 2004/2005, students
accepted only to new degree programs to prepare
general nurses and midwives. Students admitted to study existing medical
bachelor degree programs to prepare
nurses and midwives can complete the study by
new study programs.

1) Council Directive 78/687 / EEC of 25 July 1978 on the coordination
regulations and administrative provisions relating to dentistry.

2) Council Directive 85/432 / EEC of 16 September 1985 on the coordination of laws, regulations and administrative provisions
respect of certain activities in the field of pharmacy.

3) Council Directive 80/155 / EEC of 21 January 1980 on the coordination of laws
and administrative provisions relating to the taking
birth attendants and their performance as amended. Council Directive 77/453 / EEC
27 June 1977 on the coordination of laws, regulations and administrative provisions
concerning the activities of nurses responsible for general care
as amended.

Article II of Act no. 552/2005 Coll.

Transitional provision to Art. I

First Legal entities shall indicate their name in compliance with this Act
no later than 31 December 2007.

Second Legal acts before the effectivity of this Act prior
the Higher Education Act by a public college or body parts
public universities affected by this Act.

Third Fees assessment study of the existing law on universities conducted
college before the effectivity of this Act
remains unaffected by this law.

Fourth To programs that are in effect on the effective date of this Act
whose validity has been granted for a maximum period of validity
permissible at the time of the award of accreditation for which accreditation was granted
without further restrictive conditions, the ministry will extend accreditation to the | || period specified in this Act, if the College
requests in writing within two months from the effective date of this Act.

Fifth Accreditation of habilitation procedure or procedure for the appointment of professors in the field
affected by this Act, except for accreditation

Who did not state the period of accreditation; accreditation in these fields
expires on 31 December 2015.

6th The person who began to perform the function of the rector or dean on the basis
appointment before the effective date of this Act, shall be deemed
person who performed or is performing this function on the basis of nominations
under the new legislation. The term of office for which there was a
appointment before the effective date of this Act, however
assessed under the previous legislation.

Article IV of the Act no. 624/2006 Coll.

Transitional provisions regarding Article III

Act no. 111/1998 Coll., On universities and on changes and amendments to some laws
(Universities Act), as amended
regulations, is amended by this Act for the first time for the financial year | ||, 2006.

Art. VI of the Act no. 110/2009 Coll.


Transitional provisions
Emergence, duration, amendments and termination of employment of academic staff
agreed before the effective date of this Act shall be governed by existing laws
.

Art. X Act no. 365/2011 Coll.

Employment for a fixed period pursuant to § 70 para. 4 of the Act no. 111/1998
Coll., As amended effective on the effective date of this Act, until their completion
governed by the existing legislation.

1) § 5 para. 3 of the Act no. 424/1991 Coll., On political
parties and political movements, as amended by Act no. 117/1994.

2) § 26 par. 2 Act No. 586/1992 Coll., On income taxes, as amended
.

3) § 1 par. 2 point. a) and § 2 para. 3 of the Act no. 526/1990 Coll., on prices,
amended.

4) § 124 paragraph. 1 and 2 of the Labor Code.

5) Act no. 119/1992 Coll., On travel expenses, as amended by Act no. 44/1994 Coll
.

6) Eg. § 255 and 258 of the Act no. 140/1961 Coll., Criminal Act, as amended
, § 415 of the Act no. 40/1964 Coll., Civil Code,
amended § 268 of Act No. . 513/1991 Coll., the commercial
Code, as amended.

7) § 18 par. 2 of Law no. 1/1992 Coll., On wages, remuneration for
readiness and on average earnings.

7a)

Act on support for research and development.

Decree no. 462/2002 Coll., On institutional support of research and development
from public funds and research objectives, as amended
Government Regulation no. 28/2003 Coll.

Decree no. 461/2002 Coll., On targeted support of research and development
public funds and on public tenders in research and development.

8) § 7 para. 1 point. t) of the Act no. 218/2000 Coll., on budgetary
rules and amending certain related acts (budgetary rules
), as amended.

8a) § 10 par. 2 Act no. 218/2000 Coll., As amended.

8b) § 12 and 13 of the Act no. 218/2000 Coll., As amended.

8c) The Czech Statistical Office no. 321/2003 Coll., On the introduction
Classification of Constructions CZ-CC.

8d) Act no. 218/2000 Coll., As amended.

8e) Act no. 130/2002 Coll., On support for research and development from public
funds and amending some related laws (Act on Support
research and development), as amended.

Decree no. 461/2002 Coll., On targeted support of research and development
public funds and on public tenders in research and development.

Decree no. 462/2002 Coll., On institutional support of research and development
from public funds and research objectives, as amended
Government Regulation no. 28/2003 Coll.

9) Act no. 563/1991 Coll., On Accounting, as amended.

9a) Act no. 586/1992 Coll., On income taxes, as amended
regulations.

9b) § 14 par. 3 point. a), b), g) and i) of the Act no. 218/2000 Coll., as amended
.

9c) § 15 of Act no. 218/2000 Coll., As amended.

10) Eg. Act no. 563/1991 Coll., on Accounting, as amended
regulations.

11) Act no. 37/1995 Coll., On non-periodical publications.

11a) § 195-198 of the Act no. 262/2006 Coll., The Labour Code, as amended
.

12) Act no. 248/1995 Coll., On generally beneficial companies and amending and supplementing certain
laws.

13) Act no. 182/2006 Coll., On Bankruptcy and Its Solution

(Insolvency Act), as amended.

14) Eg. Act no. 248/1995 Coll., Act no. 513/1991 Coll., as amended
.

15) § 10 of Act no. 35/1965 Coll., On literary, scientific and artistic
(Copyright Act).

15a) § 10 of Act no. 89/1995 Coll., On State Statistical Service, as amended
.

15b) § 195, 197 and 198 of Act no. 262/2006 Coll., The Labour Code, as amended
.

16) § 2. r) of the Act no. 352/2001 Coll., on the use of state symbols
Czech Republic and amending certain laws.

17) Czech National Council Act no. 337/1992 Coll., On administration of taxes and fees, as amended
.

Czech National Council Act no. 368/1992 Coll., On administrative fees, as amended
regulations.

18) § 132-138 and § 150 of the Labor Code.

19) § 53 of Act no. 20/1966 Coll., On Public Health Care, as amended by Act
CNR no. 548/1991 Coll.

19a) Act no. 18/2004 Coll., On the recognition of professional qualifications and other eligibility
nationals of Member States of the European Union and
some other states and amending some laws (Act on the recognition of professional
qualifications), as amended.

20) Czech National Council Act no. 552/1991 Coll., On state control, as amended by Act no. 166/1993 Coll
.

20a) Act no. 40/2004 Coll., On Public Procurement, as amended
regulations.

21) Czech National Council Act no. 97/1974 Coll., On archives, as amended by Act No.
343/1992 Coll.

Directive of the Ministry of Interior Czechoslovakia no. 7/1975 OJ Czechoslovakia, the use of archival records
reg. 24/1975 amount Coll., As amended by Act No. 343/1992 Coll
.

21a) § 17 of Act no. 117/1995 Coll., On state social support, as amended
.

21a) Act no. 325/1999 Coll., On asylum and amending Act no. 283/1991 Coll., On
Police of the Czech Republic, as amended, (the Asylum Act), in
as amended.

Council Directive 2004/83 / EC of 29 April 2004 on minimum standards for the qualification
third country nationals or persons without
nationality, stateless refugees or persons || | who otherwise need international protection and the content of the protection granted
.

22) Eg. Ministry of Health Decree no. 394/1991 Coll., on
status, organization and activities of teaching hospitals and other
hospitals, selected specialized therapeutic institutes and regional health
stations in the control of the Ministry of Health of the Czech Republic.

22a) Act no. 361/2003 Coll., On the service of members of security forces
.

23) Czech National Council Act no. 576/1990 Coll., As amended.
Decree of the Ministry of Finance no. 205/1991 Coll., On the management of budgetary resources
Czech state budget and financial management
budgetary and subsidized organizations, as amended Government Regulation no. 48/1995
Coll.

24) Conscription Act no. 92/1949 Coll., As amended. Law no.
76/1959 Coll., On some service contracts of soldiers, as amended
. Decree of the Ministry of Defence no. 113/1996 Coll.
Implementing certain provisions of Act no. 76/1959 Coll., On
some service contracts of soldiers, as amended.

Czech National Council Act no. 186/1992 Coll., On the service of members of the Police of the Czech Republic
, as amended. Decree of the Ministry of Defence
CR no. 7/1996 Coll., On cash and in-kind essentials
soldiers in active service and students of military schools are not soldiers, as
of the Ministry of Defence no. 310/1996 Coll.

25) Act no. 102/1971 Coll., On protection of state secrets, as amended
. CSSR Government Regulation no. 148/1971 Coll., On protection of
economic and secrecy, as amended Government Regulation No. ČSFR.
420/1990 Coll.

CSFR Government Decree no. 419/1990 Coll., On
essential facts constituting the subject of state secrets.

26) Act no. 71/1967 Coll., On administrative proceedings (Administrative Code).

27) Act no. 269/1994 Coll., On Criminal Records, as amended
regulations.

28) Act no. 255/2012 Coll., On control (control rules).