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Lifelong learning

Education is a continuous process that continues even after graduation.

Lifelong learning (LLL) includes those types of education that complement, deepen or expand the knowledge, skills and qualifications of its participants.

What is lifelong learning?

Lifelong learning is carried out in accordance with Section 60 of Act No. 111/1998 Coll. on Higher Education Institutions and Amendments to Other Acts, as amended.

A participant in lifelong learning is not a student under the Higher Education Act.

It is not possible to obtain an academic degree within lifelong learning. Upon the transition to the regular form of study (after successfully passing the entrance exam), successful lifelong graduates may be recognized the credits they have obtained in the lifelong learning program, up to 60% of the credits required for the proper completion of studies and obtaining a degree.

Lifelong learning is a paid form of education, and participants are issued a certificate.

Department of Lifelong Learning

Phone: +420 549 49 4641