Registration for State Final Examination
Registration for the State Final Examination and thesis submission
To be able to register for the State Final Examination (SFE), you need:
- to complete and to have recorded all your study obligations (i.e. all obligatory, obligatory-elective, and elective courses)
- to acquire no less than 180 credits if you are a Bachelor's degree student, or no less than 120 credits if you are a Master's degree student
To be sure of this, you can compare your completed courses with the study plan in Karolinka according to the academic year of your enrolment for study. You can also do a check of your studies in SIS, there is an application in SIS for that. The International Office does not carry out any checks on the study.
If your study is currently interrupted, you cannot register for SFE. You will need to resume your study first - contact the International Office to do so.
Registration for SFE in SIS
Through the module of State Final Examination, you will enroll for courses, i.e. parts of SFE and the defense of the final thesis. Detailed instructions can be found in the section SIS manuals.
It is necessary to enroll for all the state examination courses at once and take the exams on the same examination date (e.g. you cannot take exams within SFE in June and defend your final thesis in September).
Submission of the final thesis in SIS
The thesis has to be submitted in SIS in electronic form in PDF/A format within the deadline set in the Academic Calendar. Do not forget to click Submit after uploading the files! Detailed instructions can be found in the section SIS manuals.
If you have a problem with PDF/A format (problems do occur, mainly among Apple MacBook users), you will send the thesis to the following e-mail - email@example.com , no later than 24 hours before the scheduled submission date. You will receive your thesis converted to PDF/A. Make sure no damage was made during conversion to the content or formatting of your thesis and submit it via SIS.
If your thesis or its supplement is of a non-standard format, you have to file a request in SIS for non-standard format.
Students of the degree programmes taught in English are required to submit an abstract in English only.
After submitting the thesis through SIS, you should bring the printed version of your final thesis in two copies to the Secretariat of the Institute. Nevertheless, the submission of the printed version is not obligatory in general for all study programmes - it depends on the particular Institute. Contact the Secretary of your Institute to find out whether the printed version is really required.