Study and Examination Regulations
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IMPORTANT NOTE: Because the Study and Examination regulations of Charles University are initially issued in Czech, there is inevitably always a time-lag between the publication of their original Czech version, and an official English translation.


The most recent update of the regulations (the Fifth Consolidated Code of Study and Examination) was issued as recently as 22nd June 2009, and is currently available only in a Czech version. The previous update (the Fourth Consolidated Code of Study and Examination) was dated 28th June 2006, and may be downloaded in an official English translation.


In addition to the central regulations, which are issued by the Rector, each individual Faculty also issues a Supplement to the central regulations to deal in more detail with specific aspects of their own individual study programmes at a local level. Unfortunately, though, because the official English translation of the Rector's Fourth Consolidated Code was issued with considerable delay, we were forced to prepare our own provisional translation of the Supplement for the Faculty of Social Sciences without being able to refer to the official translation of the central Code. Students using the two texts will therefore find there may be some disparities in the terminology used by the two translators.


It is our intention, in the medium term, to revise the text of the Supplement to bring it into line with the official translation of the central Code. However, in view of the recent publication of a revised Fifth Consolidated version of the Code, we will probably wait until an English version of the Fifth Code is available.





Study and Examination Regulations






IMPORTANT NOTE: Because the Study and Examination regulations of Charles University are initially issued in Czech, there is inevitably always a time-lag between the publication of their original Czech version, and an official English translation.


The most recent update of the regulations (the Fifth Consolidated Code of Study and Examination) was issued as recently as 22nd June 2009, and is currently available only in a Czech version. The previous update (the Fourth Consolidated Code of Study and Examination) was dated 28th June 2006, and may be downloaded in an official English translation.


In addition to the central regulations, which are issued by the Rector, each individual Faculty also issues a Supplement to the central regulations to deal in more detail with specific aspects of their own individual study programmes at a local level. Unfortunately, though, because the official English translation of the Rector's Fourth Consolidated Code was issued with considerable delay, we were forced to prepare our own provisional translation of the Supplement for the Faculty of Social Sciences without being able to refer to the official translation of the central Code. Students using the two texts will therefore find there may be some disparities in the terminology used by the two translators.


It is our intention, in the medium term, to revise the text of the Supplement to bring it into line with the official translation of the central Code. However, in view of the recent publication of a revised Fifth Consolidated version of the Code, we will probably wait until an English version of the Fifth Code is available.