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Faculty of Economics Technical University of Liberec

End of academic year 2019/2020 at the Faculty of Economics of TUL


Final Thesis

Students can choose between two deadlines for submission of the final thesis, 11 May or 31 July 2020. If a student is unable to complete the thesis by 11 May 2020 for reasons related to Covid19 and the emergency state, the student will just inform his/her supervisor of the choice of the second term (31 July), there is no need to apply formally.

Student has to submit both, an electronic and printed versions of the thesis. The electronic version has to be uploaded in Stag by the selected deadline. Printed version can be submitted with one week delay. The publishing center (Ediční středisko) is open and students can order the covers of diploma thesis  by phone (+420 485 352 233) or e-mail (edicni@tul.cz). Do not forget to print out an upload confirmation sheet from Stag.  A timestamp is generated automatically on the upload confirmation, which serves as verification when the file with final thesis was uploaded to the system.


Termination of semester of the 3rd and 5th year students

The Government Order allows graduating students of the 3rd and 5th year of studies consultation and testing up to a maximum of five persons (including the teacher) in the university premises. Termination of the semester exams and state examinations will be carried out according to the originally planned schedule, with some modifications.

Master studies:

Submission of the study form from IS STAG: not later than 5. 6. 2020

Registration for the Final State Examination via IS STAG: not later than 5. 6. 2020

Registration for the Final State Examination in Economics for students of the 2nd year of the follow-up Master's degree program: not later than 21.05.2020

Terms of the State Final Exam in Economics for 2nd year follow-up master's students: 1. 6. 2020, 22. 6. 2020, 31. 8. 2020

Terms of the Final State Examinations (subject matter): 16. 6. and 17. 6. 2020

Deadlines valid for the second term of the State Exam:

Submission of the study form from IS STAG: not later than 14. 8. 2020

Registration for the Final State Examination via IS STAG: not later than 14. 8.2020

Term of the Final State Examinations (subject matter) and resits: 24. – 28. 8. 2020

Term of the State Final Exam in Economics: 31. 8. 2020


Termination of semester of the 1st, 2nd and 4th year and Erasmus students

The Government Order does not allow any form of teaching and personal consultations in the faculty premises the 1st, 2nd and 4th year students. All teaching and fulfilment of course requirements (credits, exams) will have a distance form. The way of distance examination will be given by the teacher so that the student's knowledge is verified adequately to the content of the course.


Deadline for fulfilling study obligations for the academic year 2019/2020: 04.09.2020

Terms of the State Final Exam in Economics for 1st year follow-up master's students: 1. 6. 2020, 22. 6. 2020, 31. 8. 2020 – only ON-LINE form of exam is possible for non-graduating students. The student can choose a later date, but it is not recommended to have enough time to work on the final thesis.



Information for students of the Faculty of Economics (based on the government decision of 14 April 2020)

Since April 20, 2020, the university premises will be open to final year students for activities leading to the completion of the final year of their studies (3rd study year of Bachelor studies and 2nd year of Master studies). ONLY consultations on the final theses and state examinations are allowed! No more than 5 people can meet in one room, including a student.

The state exams will be during week from 15 June 2020, the exact dates will be specified later. Students who submit their final thesis by July 31, 2020 will have the final state exam during the week from August 24, 2020.

Still there will be NO regular lectures (for all years of studies), all courses continue in distance form of study. Course credits and exams may also have distance form.

Valid until stated otherwise.

Dean's answers to frequently asked questions
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How about the semester?
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When will be the exams? (+ - term, period)
FE considers the following alternatives:
1. Start of classes in mid-May - no change in schedule.
2. Beginning of classes in June - there will be 2 weeks of intensive teaching (covering the most difficult topics) which will be followed by an examination period extended until mid-July.
3. Full-time lessons will not start in June - the whole exam period will be in the form of distance (online) testing.

What about the state exams? (Is there planned a shift to a later date or not?)
If the state crisis commission of the Czech Republic allows students to be present at the school, the state examinations will take place either in the planned term or in July. If the crisis commission does not allow students to participate in the state exams, we also consider online version of the state exams. We are waiting for the amendment of the Higher Education Act in Parliament. The technical solution of online state exam must be also found. We are also considering arranging the final examinations in the last week of August or the first week of September. At the moment, there is nothing else to do but be patient and hope that by mid-May at the latest, the situation will be clearer.

What about the Final Thesis? (Will the deadline be postponed? In which form should the students submit their thesis – printed or just submit electronically?)

The existing deadlines for submission of final theses still stand in force. If the student informs the supervisor that he / she is not able to finish the work due to the crisis situation (typically due to the inability to consult in a company) within the planned deadline, we will allow him / her to submit the thesis by 31 July 2020, and defend the thesis in the August / September term.

Primarily, the student has to submit the thesis electronically through IS STAG. If it is not possible for a student to get the thesis printed and bounded according to the direction, the printed form will not be demanded.

How will it be with the compulsory summer internships, especially for those who are supposed to have the internship in tourism? – IS NOT RELEVANT FOR MASTER’S DEGREE STUDENTS and ERASMUS STUDENTS
The internships are planned for the 5th semester of bachelor studies, so there is still some time to make a final decision. However, if the internship cannot be realized, we plan as an alternative solution a seminar paper.
What are the options for State Exam in Economics in summer semester?
The state exam in economics are expected to be in regular terms, either in regular (presence) form or online (distance). The same options as for the degree state exams are under consideration.

How should a student prove the inability to submit the final thesis in due time? Is any confirmation from the company required?
The faculty will not require any confirmation. We believe that students will not abuse the situation.
Can be the closed library considered as a sufficient reason for later submission of the final thesis and the state exam in the defined later term?
There should be no problem with accessing the library. The National Library has exceptionally released over 200,000 volumes of books online. Try the link http://kramerius-vs.nkp.cz/. More online books are offer for example by Bookport, https://www.bookport.cz/prehled/.

What about the academic calendar and the delay in deadlines for final thesis?
On the Tuesday meeting of the Deans and the Rector was agreed that a new academic calendar will be set. The revised calendar will set the longest possible extension of all deadlines on TUL. The specification will probably be in the competence of the Deans because the conditions at the faculties vary (eg students of technical faculties need laboratories to complete their diplomas). At the Faculty of Economics, there is no reason to automatically extend the regular deadline for submission of final thesis and then logically also the state exam, provided that the student is able to submit the thesis within the regular deadline. If the student is unable to submit the thesis within the original deadline for the reasons stated above, we will certainly not penalize him and allow him / her a later date of the state exams.




The Faculty of Economics of the Technical University of Liberec offers what companies and organisations need at the beginning of the 3rd millennium: top-quality education, research, knowledge, experience, and cooperation. During its existence, the faculty has been transformed into a prestigious, respected institution providing a complete education, i.e. bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees, in these programmes of study: Economics and Management, System Engineering and Informatics, and Economic Policy and Administration.

The Faculty of Economics was established with effect from May 1, 1992, as the fourth faculty of the Technical College of Mechanical and Textile Engineering (today Technical University of Liberec), and it began its activities in the academic year 1992-1993.

Indispensable to the scope of the Faculty of Economics are its research activities. Influential results are regularly presented at the international conferences "Liberec Economic Forum" and "Liberec Informatics Forum", organised by the Faculty in two-year cycles. The Faculty of Economics is the headquarters of the North Bohemian regional section of the Czech Society for System Integration; it works closely with the Chamber of Commerce, the Czech Marketing Association, the Association of Accountants, as well as with leading industrial companies, banks, insurance companies, and other major institutions from economic and public life.

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