Basic information about Private College of Economic Studies in Znojmo
Courses for Erasmus Students in English Language:
Requirements: Incoming students are expected to have English language skills at intermediate level, according to the international classification communication level at least B1.
Languages at SVŠE
The language knowledge level of the SVŠE students is high (positive assessment from all their foreign stays). Students are required to pass 2 foreign language exams (after 4 study terms), the 1st language is at higher level, focused on professional use (Business English&German, B2 –C1), the other language is general communication (option of 3 languages,A2 –B1). SVŠE specifications are following: tuition in small groups, students´ presentations in foreign language on a professional topic, workshops with native speakers, preparation for international exams. SVŠE has signed cooperation contracts with British Council & Goethe Institut, thus enabling the students to take international language exams in English/German directly at SVSE premises.
Term structure and dates of academic year 2017/2018:
autumn/winter semester: 16th September - 20st December 2017
autumn/winter examination period: 2nd January - 16th February 2018
spring/summer semester: 19th February - 13th May 2018
spring/summer examination period: 14th May - 24th June 2018
Deadline for students without visa requirement for autumn/winter term: 30th June
Daedline for students without visa requirement for spring/summer term: 30th November
Deadline for application documents: 15th August
Deadline for students with visa requirement for autumn/winter term: 31st May
Deadline for students with visa requirement for spring/summer term: 31st October
Deadline for application documents: 20th December
Students from the European Union, European Economic Area and Switzerland are in the Czech Republic to the European coordination of the right to necessary medical care, the contracted medical facilities (including general practitioners, specialists, dentists and hospitals). The care they should be granted only on the basis of the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) or Approve Provisional Replacements Certificates (REPL). You can also select a contact from a health insurance http://www.cmu.cz/cmu/duleziteodkazy/126, which will issue Approve authorization. Other foreign students are advised to home handled health insurance, including hospitalization. If necessary, you may settle in the Czech Republic with a local commercial health insurance. For more information, visit http://www.cmu.cz.