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Spring 2000

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Name of termSpring 2000Spring 2000Spring 2000Spring 2000Spring 2000Spring 2000Spring 2000Spring 2000Spring 2000
Is this a regular term?yesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyes
Apply for being enrolled in the termfrom6. 12. 199910. 1. 20003. 1. 200017. 1. 200017. 1. 2000
to25. 2. 200025. 2. 200025. 2. 200025. 2. 200025. 2. 200025. 2. 200025. 2. 200025. 2. 200025. 2. 2000
Term Enrolmentfrom31. 1. 200031. 1. 200031. 1. 200031. 1. 200031. 1. 200031. 1. 200031. 1. 200031. 1. 200031. 1. 2000
to25. 2. 200025. 2. 200025. 2. 200025. 2. 200025. 2. 200025. 2. 200025. 2. 200025. 2. 200025. 2. 2000
Registration for coursesfrom1. 12. 199913. 1. 200015. 12. 19996. 12. 199929. 11. 19997. 6. 19997. 6. 199929. 11. 1999
to31. 1. 20004. 2. 200014. 2. 200021. 1. 200017. 12. 199915. 7. 199915. 7. 199910. 12. 1999
Course enrolment periodfrom7. 2. 20007. 2. 20001. 12. 19991. 12. 199914. 2. 2000
to20. 2. 200018. 2. 200014. 1. 200014. 1. 200018. 2. 2000
Course enrolment changesfrom21. 2. 200021. 2. 200021. 2. 200021. 2. 200021. 2. 2000
to6. 3. 20003. 3. 20006. 3. 200012. 3. 20006. 3. 20003. 3. 20006. 3. 20006. 3. 20006. 3. 2000
Timetable release date
Enrolment in seminar groupsfrom
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Teachingfrom21. 2. 200021. 2. 200021. 2. 200021. 2. 200021. 2. 200021. 2. 200021. 2. 200021. 2. 200021. 2. 2000
to26. 5. 200019. 5. 200026. 5. 200030. 5. 20002. 6. 20002. 6. 200026. 5. 2000
Examination periodfrom29. 5. 20008. 5. 200029. 5. 200031. 5. 20005. 6. 20005. 6. 200029. 5. 2000
to7. 7. 200022. 9. 200030. 6. 200028. 6. 20007. 7. 20007. 7. 200030. 6. 2000
Extended examination periodfrom4. 9. 200025. 9. 20004. 9. 20004. 9. 20004. 9. 2000
to15. 9. 200021. 9. 20018. 9. 200015. 9. 200015. 9. 2000
Bachelor's final state examinationapplication submission periodfrom
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state examination periodfrom
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Master's final state examinationapplication submission periodfrom
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state examination periodfrom
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Master's final state examinationapplication submission periodfrom
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state examination periodfrom
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state advanced ('rigorozni') examinationapplication submission periodfrom
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state examination periodfrom
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Is it possible to make the calendar public?yesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyes
Is it possible to make the Course Catalogue public?yesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyes
Is it possible to edit the main data?noyesnoyesnonoyesnoyes
Is it possible to edit syllabi?yesyesnoyesnonononoyes
Can students see the term?yesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyes
Can students register for and enrol in courses by themselves?yesyesyesyesyesyesyesyesyes
Term-related information last edited11. 4. 2000 09:08.3123. 2. 2000 15:24.1119. 3. 2001 10:14.4012. 12. 1999 16:33.2114. 3. 2000 08:26.404. 4. 2002 10:22.208. 3. 2006 12:00.024. 12. 2001 11:28.5111. 11. 1999 09:33.31
Last change of term-related information made byE. Táborská,
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M. Misáková,
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A. Vylam,
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L. Caha,
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J. Celý,
učo 2025
J. Sochor,
učo 2446
P. Šimík,
učo 52098
J. Pazdziora,
učo 2644
E. Jirkuvová,
učo 752
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