Post Graduate Education

Postgraduate Education involves learning and studying for degrees, professional or academic certificates, or other qualifications for which a first or Bachelor's degree generally is required, and it is normally considered to be part of Higher Education. The organization and structure of postgraduate Education varies in different countries, as well as in different institutions within countries. This article outlines the basic types of courses and of teaching and examination methods, with some explanation of their history.

Post Graduate Degree

A master's degree is an academic degree granted to individuals who have undergone study demonstrating a mastery or high-order overview of a specific field of study or area of professional practice. Within the area studied, graduates are posited to possess advanced knowledge of a specialized body of theoretical and applied topics, high order skills in analysis, critical evaluation or professional application, and the ability to solve complex problems and think rigorously and independently. The degree is awarded upon graduation from a university.

Post Graduate Degree as 2nd Cycle Studies

Second-cycle studies Ė Called as ďMasterís degree programmeĒ (1.5 to 2 years) following the first cycle studies and leading to the professional title of Master. These are focused on theoretical knowledge as well as application and development of creative skills. Masterís degree holders may enter a doctoral programme (third-cycle studies). To obtain this degree, students must earn 90-120(Transfer and Accumulation System ) ECTS credits. The duration of the course is 1.5 to 2 years.

Post Graduate Studies in Czech

Masters degree programmes may either follow on from Bachelor Programmes as follow-up Masterís Programmes or they may be full programmes. Programmes focus on the acquisition and application of theoretical Knowledge, and on the development of creativity and talent. Graduates in Masterís programmes have to take a final state examination and publicly present and defend a thesis. Studies in medicine, veterinary medicine and hygiene are completed by a demanding state examination, including the presentation and defense of a rigorous thesis.

Admission Requirements For Post Graduate Studies

To be admitted into a Postgraduate program in Czech Republic a student must meet the following admission requirements:

  • Hold a Bachelorís degree that has been obtained from a country inside of the EHEA or in Czech, Or hold a degree deemed to be satisfactory from another country, which would be equivalent to that of a Bachelorís degree in Czech.
  • An application must be submitted to the university in which you would like to attend. There will be an application fee association with the submission of this application and must be included when submitting.
  • If entering a Doctoral program the student must have already obtained 60 credits in a classroom.
  • If you will be in Czech more than 3 months you will also need a visa, with a copy of that Visa being presented to the school along with your application. If you will be attending for a period of more than six months a student must have both a studentís residence card and a visa.
  • All information that is submitted to the university must be submitted in Local Language.
  • Be sure that all of your information (applications for admission, documents for Visa applications, transcripts, translations, etc.) are submitted well ahead of time so that you are certain everything has been properly processed.

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