Film, Television, Photography, and New Media (B8204)

Type of programme Mode of study Profile of the programme Standard study length Language Instruction Department
Bachelor's Programme 3 years Czech

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Programme objectives

Profile of a programme graduate

The key goal of the study programme is to lead students in the various fields towards independent creation or towards work as highly qualified experts and leaders in the area of film, television, audiovisual recording, photography and new media.

Rules and requirements for creating study plans

Studies are assessed by credits and examinations stipulated by the study plans. The student is notified of these through the information system.

The student registers for examinations in the information system.

The student is entitled to a second and third attempt to pass an examination. If neither of those attempts proves successful, the Dean may in exceptional cases permit a fourth attempt, known as the Dean?s Examination. A Dean?s Examination is administered by a commission with the participation of the dean or of a vice-dean appointed by the dean. No repeat of an examination is permitted for the main subjects and for written examinations.

If a student is evaluated with an ?F? or ?credit denied", his/her studies shall be terminated in accordance with § 56 (1)(b) of the Universities Act as amended. The decision is covered by § 68 of the Universities Act as amended. If, for serious reasons, a student is unable appear at an examination, he/she shall excuse him/herself in advance; otherwise he/she shall be regarded as having failed the examination. A student may also arrange with a pedagogue to sit for an examination before the stipulated date.

Credit is an ungraded form of assessment of studies. It is allocated upon fulfilment of obligations stipulated for individual subjects and is recorded in the information system with the word ?Credited? (Z). An examination is a graded form of assessment of studies, which tests knowledge and level of creativity in the relevant subject. It may be practical, written, oral or a combination of the above. For the main subjects, the examinations are usually conducted before the committee.

The examinations are graded on the scale ?A, B, C, D, E, F?

A (excellent work exceeding the relevant criteria),

B (above-average work with a minimum of errors),

C (average work with an acceptable number of errors),

D (acceptable work with a large number of errors),

E (work that meets the minimum requirements),

F (unacceptable work).

Apart from the aforementioned scale, the letter ?X? may also be used in the information system; this indicates that it has been decided not to allocate a grade for the relevant examination date. The evaluation must be registered in the information system within two working days following the examination or the allocation of credit.

General information about admission process

Applicants for undergraduate study may be admitted if they have completed secondary or secondary vocational studies (or in exceptional cases also applicants who have incomplete secondary, secondary vocational or conservatory studies) and who have demonstrated the required talent and aptitude for studies.

No applicant may be exempted from the admissions procedure An audition forms a normal part of the admissions procedure. If the applicant fails to complete it successfully, the admissions procedure for the applicant may be terminated prematurely.

The dean rules on admission of the applicant to an undergraduate study programme with a standard length of study of 3 years on the basis of the recommendation of the admissions committee. The final authority in the admissions procedure is the rector. His/her decision is final.

The specific admissions requirements are published on line at the website

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Applicability to other types of academic programmes

After graduation and due completion of the undergraduate study programme, it is possible to continue with further studies in the Master?s study programme.

Parts of the state final examination and their contents

Graduation from this study programme follows due completion of a state final examination. This examination is held before an examination committee consisting of professors, associate professors and expert assistants of the faculty, and possibly also invited experts approved by the faculty's artistic council. The conducting of state final examinations and the announcing of results are public.

Students must take the state final examination no later than within two school years of completion of study requirements for the given study plan. A student who has fulfilled the conditions for the relevant study plan, submitted a Bachelor?s thesis with all required formalities and obtained the required number of credits may register for the state final examination. The examination includes an oral defence of the Bachelor's thesis. The Dean stipulates the content of the state final examination for individual study fields on the basis of the recommendation of the relevant division.

The state final examination is classified with the marks ?A, B, C, D, E, F?. The examination committee decides the overall assessment for the state final examination by a vote taken in private.

Other academic duties

Characterisation of professional practice

Anticipated job placement for graduates (typical employment)

Accreditation validity

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List of qualifications/specializations

Programme study plans