Before you start your studies


Within three working days either register with the Foreign Police if you are on a degree-course and your visa is marked as D/VC. If your visa is marked as D/VR, you should go to the Visa office (OAMP). The embassy usually informs you on the necessity to go there for the biometrics (fingerprints and photograph taking). If in doubts, check with the International Office. At the Foreign Police you need to take with you your passport, proof of your health insurance and the same card you filled in at the dormitory. Afterwards open a bank account in the Czech Republic and get a local SIM card. The International Office will assist with advice.

✔ Remember that you will need to prolong your visa or residence when it expires. Attention: The process of visa renewal should start at least 2 months before your visa expires! Please keep in mind that we are required by law to inform the Czech Ministry of Interior of your student status. So if you stop studying, your visa will be terminated.




Come to the dormitory with a passport-size photograph and CZK 5,000 in cash to be able to settle the safety deposit and check-in to the dormitory. You can change money at the airport or take it from the ATM there. If you come earlier than your course begins, you will have to pay for accommodation in advance. During your study course, rent is paid in the following month for the completed previous month stay.

✔ Fill in the rental form at the dormitory, collect your bedding and fill in the foreign police form if you are on a visa stay. Have a good first-night dream in your new home.

✔ On the following day come to the International Office with your passport. IC building, floor3.
Address: TUL students´ hostel "Harcov", 17. listopadu 584, 460 15 Liberec 15, Czech Republic
For more information on accommodation, please see:



IT SYSTEM LIANE (Liberec Academic Network) is computer network of technical University of Liberec.)

LIANE users can use following central managed services:

Accounts in LIANE network are automatically created to every student of the first year according to the information provided by study department of each faculty. These accounts are valid whole duration of studies.

Administrators of LIANE network are located in building A in the last floor of this building (room 4023). There are solved problems with lost passwords, problems with wi-fi etc. Please, visit administrators only during office hours. LIANE at dormitories has its own office located in Harcov (basement of building B).



If you need just to change the password, contact your Study Office, please!


Every registered user of LIANE network has assigned an e-mail address in the form: firstname.surname@tul.cz where the firstname.surname on the beginning corresponds to the username. Mailbox size is 0.5 GB.


There are two basic ways how to use our university e-mail system:

✔ You will get it your user name and password for the internal IT system called Liane. Activate your e-mail account by changing the password provided.
University Email

✔ You should use the university email for all study related correspondence. All email addresses have the same structure – firstname.surname@tul.cz. Email has the same password as LIANE.





At the Technical University of Liberec all study records about each study programme, subject, timetable events, study results, etc. are recorded in the information system called STAG (Study Agenda). Make sure to keep your access data obtained from the Study Department in a safe place so that you can read information about test dates you are to register for, assessment for your tests and examinations and so on.
STAG is connected to the LIANE authentication system and therefore it uses the same password!
Registration and deregistration for examinations is done through the IS STAG. A student has the right to deregister by the deadline set in the IS STAG. A student who deregisters from an examination in time is considered as if he/she had not registered for the examination. If a student withdraws from an examination after it begins, if s/he does not come to an examination without a proper excuse or if s/he violates the examination rules, s/he is classified as “failed”





Get enrolled in your Faculty's Affairs Office: photograph taking, filling in the ISIC form card and settling the fee, and registration of your subjects. Your ISIC card will be issued in several days. With your ISIC card you will be able to activate it for the Liberec public transportation and after paying a deposit at the canteen office, you can start using it for ordering meals online.

Every student enrolled at the Technical University of Liberec must have a valid student ID card – either ISIC (International Student Identity Card) or cheaper TUL student card with chip. You can choose the type of the card you would like to get and fill in the application form.

The ISIC card is valid only for one year, the next years you only need to buy the ISIC revalidation token.

✔ At enrolment, you have to pay the price of the chosen card at the Study Office. With the confirmed request, you should get to be photographed. Information on the place and time of the photography will be announced at enrolment.

✔ You can use this card even for public transportation. When you have your ISIC and your dormitory card with your photograph, you can buy the monthly ticket for the local transportation.




This period prior to the very beginning of the academic year consists of various events held to welcome new degree students and help them with orientation. The events will partly overlap with those planned within the Welcome Days for the Erasmus+ exchange students from our partner universities.




✔ Discover your new home
Guided city tours, pub crawls, freshmen retreats of student clubs, language tandems, university sports, excursions of the ESN club, University Choir, Orchestra and so forth. It is possible to contact a volunteer from TUL to help you at the beginning of your stay. This is called the “Buddy Programme”. We recommend you register in time for ESN and you will be assigned a Czech Buddy student who will take care of you to find your way around.





The University Library provides access to information through its book collection, journals, databases, e-books, theses and e-learning. The library is housed in the H building, it has a branch in E2.

A maximum of 20 items can be borrowed at any one time. Textbooks can be borrowed for 2 months (60 days), books for 1 month (30 days). Magazines and games can be borrowed for up to a week (7 days), the latest issue of the magazine is always available only as in-house loan. Non-book documents such as CDs, DVDs, etc. have a borrowing period of 2 weeks (14 days). The same period applies to eBook readers.

✔ All borrowings can be extended twice (unless the information source is reserved by another user). Study rooms with university network computers are available. All you need to do to activate




The fee of 4,000 USD is set for one academic year for Bachelor and Master Degree programmes; and 2,000 USD for one academic year for Doctoral Degree programmes.

✔ All payments between the student and TUL have to be conducted only by bank transfer. You should add your banking account number into IS STAG. Please make sure we will get full amount of the fee to our account! Banking fees are your responsibility. Please use option: OUR which means “Remitter pays all fees” or "Sender bears pays transaction fees". All fees will be charged to the sender of the transfer and the receiver gets the full amount submitted by the sender.


The study-related fees have the due date within 30 days after the receipt of the decision. The fees shall be transferred to the bank account of the Technical University of Liberec:

Amount: USD 4,000
Account Nr. 681641013/0300
IBAN: CZ16 0300 0000 0006 8164 1013
Bank Account Holder: Technicka univerzita v Liberci
Branch Address: 1. maje 79/18, 461 78 Liberec, Czech Republic
Variable symbol (VS): 3901
Note to the Recipient: Name and Surname/EF/6208T085/study related fee

What is expected of students?




According to the Study and Examination Regulations of TUL, the student must acquire 15 credits during the 1st semester of studies; and 35 credits during the first year of studies.




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.

Minimum of 15 credits for Winter Semester - It is the responsibility of first year students (both Bachelor's and Continuing Master's) to earn a minimum of 15 credits in the first/winter semester of their studies. The cutoff date for fulfilling this requirement is the end of the examination period of the winter semester.

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.




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.




A student shall register for subjects in such a way that s/he keeps the study structure given by the Study Programme regarding their status. A student can register any TUL subject as an optional subject within the block of optional subjects provided the Dean of his/her faculty agrees to this and also provided the Head of the Department guaranteeing the subject grants approval based on the number of enrolled students. At the beginning of each academic year a student registers for all subjects of his/her study plan in STAG (our Study Office will assist you by this!).

As a first-year student, you will only enroll in the winter semester at first. Pre-registration for the summer semester is done in January.




Some of your teachers may have sets of study materials available to view or download. There are several ways how they share the materials with students. You should be informed about this possibility by each teacher in introduction to the course.
Recently, e-learning support was prepared for most of the courses taught at the Faculty of Economics. It is more complex and interactive than basic storage sites.

How to register into the selected course in e-learning?




The examiner evaluates an examination by the following grades:

Czech Grade ECTS Grade Grade
1 A Excellent
1- B Excellent minus
2 C Very good
2- D Very good minus
3 E Good
4 F Failed

The teacher will inform you in advance about the requirements for each grade.




A student composes his/her preliminary personal study plan for the following academic year from the Study Plan by means of pre-registration into the IS STAG, i.e. by registration to study particular subjects in the following academic year in the terms given by the schedule of the IS STAG.

The pre-registration is compulsory; without registering a subject into the IS STAG, it is not possible to complete the subject (credit, graded credit, examination in the given semester) and receive credits for its completion. Pre-registration is usually in June and at the beginning of September. There is usually an adjusting pre-registration for the summer semester during January. Applicants who have been enrolled into the 1st year of a Bachelor or a Master study programme, which does not follow up a Bachelor study programme (henceforth “non-follow-up study programme”), are registered into the IS STAG by the study department.
By registering for the subjects in the academic year or semester (compulsory, required optional or optional), the student’s personal study plan is confirmed and it becomes compulsory for the student!
If you don’t not fulfil the requirements for obtaining credits for a subject, you can register for this subject two more times (for the third registration you have to apply by the Dean).




Studies in Master study programmes are completed by the State Final Examination, a part of which is the defence of a Master Thesis. The Master Thesis is assessed by its supervisor and an opponent. The opponents of Master Theses are usually not TUL employees.


Students register for the framework topic of the Master Thesis during the 1st year of Master study (during April, a year before finishing the study) at one of the departments in a given term. The final thesis is to be worked out within the framework of the Diploma Thesis I and II course. The student has to meet a deadline and submit the thesis to the head of the appropriate department.
The topics of final Master Thesis for assignment are available in the IS STAG since mid-March.

✔ Please login into IS STAG, then go to MY STUDY – THESIS TOPICS. Select the academic year 2022/2023 and you can search for topics in English according to your interest or intended specialization.

Students should follow the requirements given by the supervisor of selected topic, and of course, they can consult the selected thesis proposals with possible supervisors.
The registration of the topics of the master thesis usually starts in IS STAG on 1 April. Each student can register up to three topics.
During April, supervisors will select students (they can choose more students per topic). Students will confirm their interest and opt out of other registrations. In case the selected subject is not confirmed, the student selects other available topics.


After registering with the supervisor, the student will complete the background for the specific topic assignment of the FT into the IS STAG (tab of FT topics):

The thesis supervisor checks the data entered by the student into IS STAG and, if necessary, agrees with the student on the adjustments. After the final adjustments, the teacher chooses "the teacher's approval of the supplementary background of the FT and saves it.
The head of the department will approve the specific assignment in IS STAG through the bulk approval of topics.
Subsequently, the dean approves the assignment through mass approval in IS STAG.

In the event of disapproval by the Dean or the Head of the Department, the assignment shall be returned to the student.
After approval by the Dean, no later than 31. 10. in AY the secretariat of the relevant department generates an assignment from the IS STAG, which will be a part of the printed FT.


You have the right to change the topic of your master thesis once, if needed.




In June during your 1st year of study, there is given a diploma seminar which serves as a guide for the processing of Final Thesis. Participation in this seminar is obligatory! The credit (DS1PE) is awarded by the supervisor of the diploma thesis the next academic year on the basis of participation in the seminar.

During your 2nd year of study you are supposed to work on your final thesis in co-operation with your supervisor.




The State Final Examination is taken in front of a committee for SFE, usually twice a year during the lesson-free period.


A student can sit for SFE or its last part if the following conditions have been met:

For the defence, it is recommended to use a template of the final thesis presentation available from: www.ef.tul.cz/en/forms-applications
The Final State Examination in Business Economics contains topics from following subjects:
Management, Financial Management, Marketing and Research Methods.
SZZPE usually takes place in May/June and January/February.
Each part of the State Final Examination can be resit twice.


Thesis topic selection
From mid-March onwards, students can use IS STAG to view the framework thesis topics announced for the year.
Thesis topic registration
The registration of the DP topic takes place through IS STAG on 1 April each year. A student can enrol up to three topics. He/she must then make arrangements with one topic supervisor for assignment
Assignment of a thesis topic
Multiple students can enrol for one topic. However, in order to be assigned a topic, the student must contact the thesis advisor and convince him/her by presenting his/her vision.


Once a student has been assigned one of the topics, he/she has to opt out of the other topics, thus freeing them up for others.


Attendance at the compulsory seminar - A compulsory seminar for the Diploma Seminar (S1) course is held during May each year. Here students are presented with all the important information for writing their thesis. Attendance at this seminar is compulsory.

    This year, the seminar will be held on June 8, 2023 at 4:00 pm in the auditorium in Building G.

State Final Examination in Economics - If a student is able to pass the Microeconomics 2 and Macroeconomics 2 courses, he/she may register for the State Final Examination in Economics. More information below.

Important University Documents in English

The Act No. 111/1998 Coll. is the University's principal governing document.


More information on the rules and practical framework within which the University conducts its business is set out in the following internal documents of the University:

All of those documents you can find here:
To read at least TUL Statuses and Study and Examination Regulations is a must!
Important Faculty Documents in English
For important faculty documents in English, please see:

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