We would like to emphasise that the University operates on the principle that the force majeure circumstances, caused by the temporary quarantine and resulting in some major difficulties when preparing one’s final thesis (e.g. regarding collection of empirical data, experiments in the laboratory, research in the archives, etc.), should not affect the defence and evaluation of the final thesis.
If you are currently preparing a (final) paper, you can use electronic resources to write your thesis.
Study programme committees are currently reviewing and, if necessary, updating the formal requirements and the evaluation and defence process of your degree thesis, which will ensure objective and fair evaluation in the near future. Each student’s situation will be responded to individually and in a flexible way, enabling to modify topics the final thesis, research aims and methods (if needed), which could be successfully implemented having in mind today’s conditions. We would also like to note that in such case you will be informed by the study programme committee or faculty administration staff.