Undergraduate university studies last for four years and are performed as full-time and part-time studies. Full-time students are those students who study according to a curriculum based on a full-time study schedule. On the other hand, part-time students are students who attend an educational programme and continue working or performing any other activities so that they require tailored study performance and adapted exam periods in accordance with the course curriculum.

The right to enrol the university undergraduate study programme is granted to applicants who have completed a four-year secondary school, who have passed the state graduation exam and have therefore fulfilled all necessary requirements for the first year of undergraduate study.

Upon completion of the undergraduate university study, a student is issued a diploma confirming the acquisition of the academic degree: University Bachelor (baccalaureus / baccalaurea) of Economics - abbreviation: univ. bacc. oec.

By completing the undergraduate study, the student earns 240 ECTS credits and has the opportunity to enrol in graduate university studies.

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