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Information about physical education

Bachelor study

  • The subject Physic Edication is obligatory for regular students in Bachelor programme. The student must obtain 4 credits during 1-5 semester.
  • One obligatory credit can be substitute by a sports course lasting at least 6 days.
  • It is possible to complete 2 credits in one semester (physical education and sports course)

Credit requirements:

To obtain a credit, it is necessary to fulfil 75 % activ attendance at the sport.

Enrolment

  1. Enroll the subject Physical education in SIS. It is the same way as a other subjects.
  2. Choose the sport classes you want to attend and register
  3. Find address of sports field or sport centre and come to the first class
  • if you have problems getting to the first Physical Education lessons, contact us on e-mail.
  • If is there any problem with enrollment, contact Study Department of you faculty or your tutor.

 

Master's studies, PhD and exchange students:

register only if you will attend the whole semester !

  1. let the Study Department confirm the subject Physical Education enrollment
  2. Choose the sport classes and come

or write on e-mail masekm@vscht.cz  which sport you want attend.

Updated: 29.8.2022 11:11, Author: Martin Mašek

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