Summer semester 2020/2021
Due to current pandemic situation summer semester at FE TUL starts online on Monday 22 February 2021. Please follow instructions of your teachers.
Registration of courses in summer semester:
Registration in STAG starts starts on 23 January 2021, don't forget to register there as well!!!
Registration of courses in winter semester:
AGENDA OF WELCOME DAY:
Welcome Day will be run ON-LINE! Students will get the link by email.
10:00 – 10:30 speeches of EF TUL and IHI TUD representatives
10:30 – 11:00 practical organizational matters, Q&A and discussion
Enjoy your coffee at home😉!
At the Faculty of Economics, winter semester of academic year 2020/2021 starts on Tuesday 29 September 2020.
At IHI, winter semester of academic year 2020/2021 starts on Monday 26 October 2020.
Information meetings with students will be one week before.
Students have to decide which course they will study at which university in advance and register the course in the information system of the particular university.
Each university applies own study rules and requirements for studies.
Credit and Examination System
Studies in Bachelor, Master and doctoral programme programmes are realized by means of a credit system. Each subject included in the study programme is assigned a certain number of credits. A student obtains credits after passing the subject; i.e. in the case of subjects concluded by a credit after passing the credit, in the case of subjects concluded by an examination (or by a credit and an examination) after passing the examination. At the same time, the student must complete the subject in the academic year in which s/he has registered for it, and at the latest within the deadline set in the given academic year's Calendar. According to the study programme, a student must obtain the number of credits equal to at least the standard number of years of studies multiplied by sixty (180 credits in Bachelor’s, 120 credits in Master’s, 240 credits in Doctoral study programme). The credits must be obtained for subjects required by the study programme and the study plan.
Examinations and remedial examinations are usually organized during the lesson-free period specified by the Calendar of the given academic year. With the teacher´s approval, examinations can be taken also during the holidays or during the semester, but at the latest by the deadline specified by the Calendar of the given academic year.
Enrolment for studies
An applicant becomes a student on the day of enrolment for studies. A student can be enrolled for the next academic year or semester provided s/he fulfils the conditions for enrolment into the next year or semester of study set out in the relevant study programme and in the Study and Examination Regulations.
More information: http://www.ef.tul.cz/en/students
Re-registering for next semester:
As laid down in § 11 Matriculation Regulations (ImmaO) of the TU Dresden, every student has to re-register for each semester in due time and form to continue his study. In the event that a student does not comply with this obligation, his registration is cancelled in accordance with § 13 ImmaO.
Re-registration is the timely payment of the semester fee as well as the study fee (as appropriate) due. The basis for the semester fee is provided by the Fee Regulations of the Dresden Student Union and the Student Council of the TU Dresden as well as the University Fees Ordinance. As the fee regulations are subject to constant change, the contribution currently payable is always announced only at the beginning of the re-registration period in question.
Upon receipt of the fee, your Semesterbogen (semester documents), including student ID and immatriculation certificate, for the coming semester will be printed out and sent to your current postal address registered in the Student Portal. Please ensure that your postal address stored there is always up-to-date.
The principles of the examination procedure and further information (deadlines, assessment, credits, free attempt “Freiversuch” etc.) are listed in the examination regulations of the course of study in question. The module descriptions (Annex to the study regulations) detail all necessary examinations and prerequisites for each module and explain how the module grade is calculated.
TU Dresden does not have a central examination office. The examination administration is done by the individual, decentralised examination offices.
Yes, there is an administration semester fee in IHI Zittau is 91,70 EUR for all enrolled students, including students enrolled via FE TUL.
IHI students please specify the following number in the Verwendungszweck (reference field) field on the Überweisungsbeleg (transfer voucher): 7097.0211.5150 plus the matriculation number!
(breakdown: 84,10 EUR Student Union fee + 7,60 EUR for student council/student representation)
There is an opportunity to buy a "Semesterticket", which enables students to use all local trains in Saxony and public transport in Dresden during the semester. In 2020, the price is 189,00 EUR. So, if you choose to add the semster ticket to your enrolment, the total amount is 280,70 EUR.
The applicants outside EU who were admitted via FE TUL pay the tuition fee USD 3 500 per academic year to the FE TUL; applies for all study programmes in English.
Student portal: https://stag.tul.cz/portal/studium/index.html?pc_lang=en
E-learning portal: https://elearning.tul.cz/?lang=en
University library: https://knihovna.tul.cz/
University canteen: https://menza.tul.cz/
Yes, of course!
Recently, e-learning support was prepared for most of the courses taught at the Faculty of Economics.
How to register into the selected course in e-learning?
E-Learning support for the courses is available on OPAL ( https://bildungsportal.sachsen.de/opal/shiblogin;jsessionid=F32D29BDAA64E8F3A627F66D8F0C4C8C.opalN7?0 ), including course materials, inscription tools, virtual classrooms etc.), accessible with your student's login.
Yes, of course!
The Technical University of Liberec considers internationalization as one of its priority areas. The general framework for all activities of the Erasmus+ Programme is set by the Erasmus Charter and the Eramus Policy Statement. The TUL was awarded Erasmus Charter for Higher Education under the following Application Reference Number: 48246-EPP-1-2014-CZ-EPPKA3-ECHE
List of TUL Erasmus+ partners:
List of Faculty of Economics Erasmus+ partners:
Erasmus+ faculty co-ordinator: Martina Chvojková
Phone: +420 485 352 418
The Technical University of Dresden promotes student mobility abroad by actively participating in the development of the European and worldwide higher education area and by reducing mobility barriers.
The general framework for all activities of the Erasmus+ Programme is set by the Erasmus Charter and the Eramus Policy Statement. The TUD was awarded Erasmus Charter for Higher Education under the following Application Reference
List of TU Dresden Erasmus+ partners:
List of IHI Zittau Erasmus+ partners:
Erasmus+ faculty co-ordinator: Uta Scheunig
Phone: +49 3583 6124115
Students can choose at which university they will process their Diploma Master Thesis. Anyway, the defence of final thesis is always at the home university.
Instructions for Assignment and Processing of Final Thesis are available here:
The issue of a topic for the master's thesis requires that at least 75 of a total of 95 credit points have been acquired in the various modules.
After 95 credit points have been achieved, the topic is officially issued at the beginning of the following semester at the latest.
The processing time for the master's thesis is 4 months and can be extended by a maximum of 4 weeks in exceptional cases.
The master's thesis must be submitted to the examination office in two typewritten and bound copies as well as in digital text form on a suitable data carrier and will be assessed individually by 2 examiners. After the master's thesis has been assessed with a grade of at least "sufficient" (4.0), the colloquium on the master's thesis takes place. A total of 25 credit points can be acquired for the master's thesis and colloquium.
1st admission round:
2nd admission round:
By Car: The distance between our campi is only about 26 km, which is about a 40-minute-ride (via Chrastava / Hrádek n. N.). There are no official student parking lots, but in Zittau, you can use the City Parkhaus at Pfarrstraße 3 or the Parking Breite Straße.
By public transport: The way takes you about 70 minutes, dependent on the train and tram connections.
From Zittau train station to IHI Zittau (Markt 23): 10-minute-footwalk via Bahnhofstraße, then cross the Theaterring at the traffic lights and head straight on via Haberkornplatz, Bautzener Straße and Markt.
From Liberec train station to Economická Fakulta TUL (Voroněžská 1329): Either a 15-minute-footwalk via 1. máje, Pražská, nam. Dr. E. Beneše and Rumjancevová to Voroněžská or a 4-station/10-minute tram ride (line 2 or 3 with destination "Zoo") from stop "Nádraží" (station) to stop "Ulice 5. května", then some 200 metres footwalk via Voroněžská to Ekonomická Fakulta TUL.
Tickets and fares: The train trip is 50 CZK or 2,60 € (you can buy the ticket on board the train at the conductor or at Liberec train station), a Liberec tram ticket is 20 CZK (you can buy it in the shop at Liberec train station or at the ticket machine at the tram stop).
Oliver Tettenborn, M. A.
IHI Zittau Markt 23
D -02763 Zittau
Tel. +49 3583 612-4001
Ing. Lenka Strýčková, Ph.D.
Voroněžská 13, 460 01, Liberec 1