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pace with the same instruction in Czech and, likewise, it was accredited by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Physical Education. Eligibility and Certification Approval Report (ECAR) and Program Participation Agreement (PPA) has been given on behalf of U.S. Department of Education OPE ID No. 03378300 to the 3rd Faculty of Medicine. All successful graduates are awarded the MD diploma.

In the course of studies, the instruction and examinations are conducted in the English language. Foreign students, however, are required to cope with Czech by the end of the 2nd year so that in their clinical practice they are able to communicate in Czech with patients as well as staff. The tuition fee in English curriculum is USD 8.500 per academic year for students of the 1st and 2nd year; and USD 9.000 per academic year for students in all other years (3rd to 6th)

Health care for students of the 3rd Faculty of Medicine, Charles University - Decree of the Dean of the 3rd Faculty of Medicine, Charles University

Article I

1)

Health care for students of the 3rd Faculty of Medicine, Charles University (further only „students“) is provided by a registering primary care physician (general practitioner), ambulatory specialist or hospital physician of a student’s choice. The choice of health care provider is not restricted by the 3rd Faculty of Medicine, Charles University.

2)

During the course of their studies at the 3rd Faculty of Medicine, Charles University, students of all programmes are obliged to undergo:

A)

Entrance preventive check-up

B)

Mandatory immunisation against hepatitis B

C)

School-leaving preventive check-up

3)

Students in the English language programme are during the course of their studies at the 3rd Faculty of Medicine, Charles University obliged to undergo:

A)

Entrance preventive check-up

B)

Mandatory immunisation against hepatitis B

Article II

Entrance preventive check-up

1)

All students are obliged to undergo entrance preventive check-up by their registering physician before enrolling into the first year of studies at the 3rd

Faculty of Medicine, Charles University. The extent of the check-up is set by the law no.48/1997 Coll., par.29, art.5, and by the Decree of the Czech Ministry of Health Care no.56/1997, par.1. The check-up thus includes the following items:

A)

Completion of past history with focus on changes, risk factors and professional risk; family history with attention to cardiovascular deaths, incidence of hypertension and diabetes mellitus;

B)

Full physical examination of medical nature (including brief testing of vision and hearing, eye palpation for intraocular pressure, blood pressure measurement, weight assessment);

C)

Laboratory investigation:

a.

Chemical urine test;

b.

Assessment of total plasma cholesterol and plasmatic lipoproteins (LDL+HDL).

2)

Students in the English language programme undergo the entrance preventive check-up in the extent outlined in the previous paragraph. Based on local usage, it is possible to omit only the test under Cb).

3)

The certificate of the entrance preventive check-up is to be presented by students of the Czech language programmes to the Study Division by the end of the first week of winter term of the first study year at the latest. A Study Officer will file the certificate in a student’s personal file and will record a receipt of certificate in a student’s credit book (index).

4)

Students admitted to study in the English language programme will upon enrolment present a “student immunisation form” and a certificate of the entrance preventive check-up in the extent set out in art.2, par.2 of the present decree. A Study Officer will file the certificate in a student’s personal file and will record a receipt of certificate in a student’s credit book (index).

5)

With regard to the fact that the entrance preventive check-up is a part of preventive care covered by general health insurance according to the law no.48/1997 Coll., par.29, it is provided by a registering physician to students – citizens of Czech Republic - without direct payment.

Article III

Immunisation against hepatitis B

1)

Based on the law no.256/200 Coll., par. 20, students of medical faculties

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