Final State Examinations - general provisions

Master's study is duly completed by a final state examination and thesis defence

A necessary requirement for the conclusion of the study is successful completion of all enrolled courses or their cancellation according to the Study and Examination Regulations of Masaryk University.

Final State Examination consists of two separately classified parts: A condition of admittance for the final exam is the submission of master's thesis. The student submits only the electronic version of the work to the IS MU archive.

Students who plan to complete the study by the state exam at the end of a given semester, enrol courses SOBHA and SZMGR.

Students apply for final thesis defence and state exam by the enrolment of courses SOBHA and SZMGR till the deadline for changes in course enrolment set by academic calendar at the latest. Students must pass the state exam together with thesis defence, see FI regulation 2/2021.

Deadline for completion of all study requirements, see the current master dates.

Each part of the final state examination is evaluated separately by grading scale: Each part of the final state examination may be repeated two times at most.

The student is obliged to apply for the state exam, either in the period set aside for the final state exams in the semester when he/she has completed all necessary conditions or in the following semester. The Dean decides upon the procedures in case the student would not meet the obligation. (Article 22, paragraph 6 of the Study and Examination Regulation)
= in this case, the student may interrupt their studies for a maximum of one semester.