We have prepared an aid for you to fill in the assignment protocol:
We prepared some instructions for students preparing their Bachelor's and Masters theses. DO NOT forget to include the "thesis declaration" - you can find the actual version of the Faculty website (in Information for Students) and also consult your supervisor on how to prepare the thesis.
For more information contact Jindřiška Trefná, MSc. (jtrefna (at) prf.jcu.cz, +420 38 903 2249) or check the other contacts.
For finishing bachelor and master students, see information on state exams and defences and information on the organisation of joint master state exam.
Organisation of the Academic year
Please, check the Calendar for Academic Events for Crossborder studies on the faculty web page with information for students (https://prf.jcu.sk/en/study-at-the-faculty/study-system). You will find there the important dates such as terms for:
Intensive Czech language course – organized always 1 week before the start of the semester with 4 lessons/day, a total 20 lessons. If you are interested in this course, ask the Study Dept. please (Mrs. Trefna, contact see above).
Useful links for international students:
You can find more information for international students at:
Possibilities for a stipend support for Czech (foreign) students in Austria (thanks Anna Rázková for providing this nice summary):
International Student Club:
Erasmus+ students – requested documents:
Please do not forget to send those documents to: veda (at) prf.jcu.cz
- Learning Agreement (use preferably your university´s form, if required, or you can find our form attached)
- scan of your photo in a passport-size
- scan of your passport
- scan of your Health Insurance European card or other Health Insurance Certificate
- contact details of a family member or relative, who can be contacted in case of emergency
Getting your JCU Card:
Mr. Kubák – kubak (at) jcu.cz
KaM - Aula JU, hostel, Help Desk CIT, kartové centrum
Rules and recommendations for writing of Bsc. and MSc. theses
The rules are mandatory for all theses to be defended at the Department of Chemistry FS USB. In the event of any of points 2 to 6 being unfulfilled the student will not be permitted to defence their thesis, i.e. the thesis will be evaluated as grade 4 (FAIL).
For students working on their MASTERS theses in Linz:
even though you work in Linz, you need to fill in the Assignment of master thesis and submit it in Budweis (Study Dept.) with all the signatures - this is needed for the subsequent uploading of your finished thesis. You can do this anytime during your study, but the simplest and best will be, if you submit the assignment as soon as possible; you will not need to think about it when you are finishing.
When you finish your thesis, you need to upload your thesis in the STAG system.
Bachelor students and master students working in Budweis - of course, you need to submit the assignment as well. The sooner, the better. And of course, also upload your thesis into the STAG system.
For students of the cross-border study programmes who had their studies terminated by the University
Based on the Dean's measure D116 - On the specification of conditions for the admission of students to the cross-border study programmes, students who had their studies terminated will be re-accepted into the study only after passing an entrance exam. This also applies to students who remain students of JKU and are re-applying to USB!
See Study regulations.