Minor Specialization Registration
Registration of the minor specialization must be carried out by the student according to the specified schedule for a semester in which he/she wants to study, i.e. usually in the 2nd or 3rd semester of master’s studies.
Minor specialization can be chosen within any VŠE Faculty based in Prague.
The departments inform about specific conditions of various minor specializations via their webpages. Some specializations can be studied within one semester, others are recommended to be studied during a longer period. For some specializations, the entrance conditions – usually the grade point average – are determined.
ATTENTION: Due to the capacity of the minor specializations, the student is expected to start studying the chosen specialization immediately after registration.
Conditions of registration
- the student must study a master’s degree programme
- he/she must be allowed to study a minor specialization (it is possible that all minor specializations are forbidden for him/her, e.g. for distance or combined studies students)
- he/she may not be already signed in to any other minor specialization
- the student can register to an unlimited amount of minor specializations in different priorities
Automated enrolment of minor specializations
Minor specializations are enrolled for registered students according to the faculty schedule.
Firstly, those who have chosen the minor specialization with priority 1, are satisfied. If there are more such candidates, those with better entrance exam results are preferentially satisfied. If there is no selection procedure for the chosen minor specialization, students are selected according to the number of credits earned and lost. The remaining places are set with those with priority 2, 3, etc. Any additional vacancies can be occupied during manual enrolment.
At the time of manual enrolment, students can directly enrol for the remaining vacancies. However, registration after the end of the registration does not allow overcapacity registration of specialization subjects. Therefore, it is strongly recommended to register your minor specialization properly.
After the manual enrolment is completed, the students signed in the InSIS Minor Specialization application are moved to the Study Agenda. Only then can students register for subjects in the relevant groups of courses according to the minor specialization curriculum (courses groups sP and sV).
Minor specialization change
An additional change of the minor specialization is possible only with the approval of the guarantor of the specialization!
With the written consent of the minor specialization guarantor, it is then necessary to visit the Vice-Dean for Studies, who considers the removal of the minor specialization. It is usually possible to do so only if a student has not yet studied any course from the specialization and when he/she intends to study another minor specialization. That is why it is advisable to bring the written consent of the new minor specialization guarantor directly. The status of the student’s credit vouchers must always be considered.