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Graduates of Bachelor Studies programs are awarded the title "Bachelor" (abbreviated to "Bc" in front of the name); graduates of Master's Study programs in the field of medicine are awarded the title "Doctor of Medicine" (abbreviated to "MUDr" in front of the name); graduates of Master's Study programs in fields other than medicine are awarded the academic title "magister" (abbreviated to "Mgr." before the name). Graduates of Doctoral Study programs are awarded the title "Doctor" (abbreviated to "PhD" after the name).

Article 13

Other Forms of Termination of Study

1.

Studies are also terminated as a result of

a)

withdrawal from studies: the day of termination of studies is defined as the day when the student's written notice of withdrawal from studies is delivered to the Faculty.

b)

failure to fulfil requirements arising from the study program as defined by these regulations; the day of termination of studies is understood as the day when the decision on termination of studies comes into force; cases as defined in the following articles are considered as failure to fulfil requirements:

i)

Article 5, Sec. 5

ii)

Article 5, Sec. 6

iii)

Article 5, Sec. 7

iv)

Article 7, Sec. 3

v)

Article 9, Sec. 4

vi)

Article 11, Sec. 6

vii)

Article 11, Sec. 7

c)

withdrawal of accreditation from a study program; the day of termination of studies is defined as the day of expiry of the time limit determined by decision of the Ministry.

d)

expiry of accreditation of a study program; the day of termination of studies is defined as the day on which the university announces the cancellation of the study program.

e)

exclusion from studies in accordance with disciplinary regulations; the day of termination of studies is defined as the day on which the decision on exclusion from studies comes into force.

2.

Decision taken in accordance with article 1, letter b) and e) is issued after the fact in question has occurred.

3.

A student who has terminated studies for reasons set out in Paragraph 1 may obtain from the Dean, on request, an official document on the study obligations that he/she has fulfilled, which also states how long the student has studied, and the fact that the student has not properly completed studies.

Part IVDecision–Making on the Rights and Obligations of Students

Article 14

The Rights and Obligations of Students

1.

The rights and obligations of students are regulated by the Law on Universities and the internal regulations of the University and Faculty.

2.

The student is also obliged to maintain confidentiality about all facts relating to individual patients which he/she learns in connection with his/her studies.

Article 15Decision–Making on the Rights and Obligations of Students

Decision–making on the rights and obligations of students is regulated by the Law on Universities and the University Study and Examination Regulations, disciplinary procedures by the Disciplinary Regulations for the Students of Charles University in Prague and the Disciplinary Regulations of the 3rd Faculty of Medicine, and decision–making on the question of allocation of scholarships by the Scholarship Regulations of Charles University in Prague and the Scholarship Regulations of the 3rd Faculty of Medicine.

Part VConcluding Provisions

Article 16Concluding Provisions

1.

These regulations were approved by the Academic Senate of the Faculty on the 29th of June 1999 and acquire validity on the day that they are approved by the Academic Senate of the University. 3)

2.

These regulations come into effect on the day following the day on which they acquire validity.

3rd Faculty of Medicine Study and Examination Regulations

Regulations Valid from the 24th of September 1999

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