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  1. 1. EUROPASS DIPLOMA SUPPLEMENT CZECH REPUBLIC OF THE TERTIARY VOCATIONAL SCHOOL GRADUATE Logo školy 1. INFORMATION IDENTIFYING THE HOLDER OF THE QUALIFICATION Last name/s First name/s1.1 Špáta 1.2 Dušan Date of birth (dd/mm/yyyy) Student identification number / code (if available)1.3 25 02 1978 1.4 2. INFORMATION IDENTIFYING THE QUALIFICATION Awarded degree and conferred title (if applicable) Main field/s of study for the qualification2.1 Diploma Specialist - DIS 2.2 63-43-N/005 Banking and Finance Name and status of awarding institution (in original language) Name of institution providing the study course(if different from 2.3, in original language)2.3 Vyšší obchodní podnikatelská škola, s.r.o. 2.4 Masná 13, 110 00 Praha 1 Private school Language/s of instruction and examination2.5 Czech language 3. INFORMATION ON THE LEVEL OF THE QUALIFICATION Level of education Official length of programme3.1 Tertiary vocational education – ISCED 5B, EQF 6 3.2 3,5 years of full-time study – 3.104 Access requirements3.3 Completed upper secondary education completed by the Maturita examination ISCED 3A, EQF 4, entrance examination 4. INFORMATION ON THE CONTENTS AND RESULTS GAINED Mode of study4.1 Full-time study Programme requirements
  2. 2. 4.2 School/training centre based education - 2.464 contact hours Workplace based education - 640 hours Graduation examination in vocational subjects, written assignment and its defence, examination in German language Programme details and the individual grades / credits obtained4.3 Required Number of Module / subject code Module / subject title assessmen Grade Date ECTS credits t General Economy OBE Exam A 26.5.1998 Mathematics MAT Exam B 5.6.1998 Law ZPR Exam A 5.1.1998 Information Technology INF Exam B 25.5.1998 Psychology PSCH Exam C 12.1.1998 Statistics STA Test Pass 9.6.1998 Applied Psychology APS Test Pass 15.6.1998 Introduction to Finance ÚFI Exam A 14.1.1998 Financial Markets FIT Exam A 3.6.1998 Accounting ÚČE Test Pass 1.6.1998 German Language NEJ Test Pass 15.12.1997 German Language NEJ Exam A 1.6.1998 Marketing ZPM Exam B 14.6.1999 Applied IT AVT Exam C 31.5.1999 German Language NEJ Exam A 4.1.1999 Financial Management ZPFM Exam B 31.5.1999 Commercial Law OPR Test Pass 22.12.1998 Securities and Stock Exchange CPB Exam A 12.1.1999 Financial Accounting FÚČ Exam A 9.6.1999 Statistics and Market STR Exam B 9.1.1999 Personal Management PMA Exam A 28.5.1999 Fictitious Bank FIBA Graded Test A 5.2.1999 Fictitious Bank FIBA Graded Test A 25.6.1999 Financial Law FPR Test Pass 25.5.1999 Basics of Monetary Theory ZMT Exam C 3.6.19999 Financial Mathematics FMA Test Pass 25.5.1999 Bank Accounting BÚČ Exam B 10.1.2000 German Language NEJ Exam A 5.1.2000 Bank Systems BAS Test Pass 15.12.1999 Bank Services and Techniques BST Exam A 17.1.2000 Finance FIN Test Pass 11.12.1999 Economics of Commercial Bank EOB Exam A 12.1.2000 Graphology PIS Test Pass 16.12.1999 Fictitious Bank FIBA Graded Test A 16.12.1999 Finance FIN Exam A 11.12.2000 Software News SWA Test Pass 23.11.2000 German Language NEJ Exam A 4.12.2000 Selected Lectures on Banking VPBP Test Pass 28.11.2000 Seminar on Diploma Thesis SAP Test Pass 9.10.2000 Selected Lectures VPAP Test Pass 24.11.2000 International Finance MFI Exam A 6.12.2000 Last Seminar ZAS Test Pass 28.11.2000 Work Placement Graded Test A Absolutorium Grade Date Foreign language- German A 28.1.2001 Vocational subjects- OBE, BST, FIN, BAS A 28.1.2001
  3. 3. Graduate thesis topic Graduate thesis defence A 28.1.2001 Overall assessment Date Graduated with excellence 28.1.2001 Grading scheme and explanation of its meaning4.4 Examination: Test: Excellent - A Pass/Fail Very Good - B Good - C Graded Test: A, B, C Grading scale of the overall assessment (in original language)4.5 Prospěl/a s vyznamenáním Prospěl/a Neprospěl/a 5. INFORMATION ON THE FUNCTION OF THE QUALIFICATION Access to further study5.1 Bachelor´s studies ISCED 5A, EQF 6 Master´s studies ISCED 5A, EQF 7 Examples of occupations accessible to the diploma holder5.2 Independent employee in: Banking and finance, Commerce, Administration, Government bodies 6. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Additional information6.1 Further information sources6.2 7. CERTIFICATION OF THE SUPPLEMENT Date Official stamp7.1 28. 06. 2006 7.4 Name and signature7.2 JUDr. Irena Hrubá Capacity7.3 Headmaster Explanation: This document is called the Diploma Supplement of the Tertiary Technical School Graduate. It is only valid together with an absolutory report and provides additional information on educational content in the given type of tertiary courses and itself is not a legal document. The diploma supplement is based on the Decision No 2241/2004/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 15 December 2004. For more information:
  4. 4. 8. INFORMATION OF THE TERTIARY EDUCATION IN THE CZECH REPUBLICTERTIARY EDUCATION IN THE CZECH REPUBLICNon-university studyTertiary technical schools (VOŠ) belong to the non-university study sector of the Czech educational system. They provide education at ISCED 5B level and atqualification level EQF 6 (European Qualification Framework). Frequently VOŠ form a single legal entity together with secondary technical schools and some of themare private. Some of these schools have recently gained status of non-university colleges. The objective of VOŠ is to enable students to acquire vocational qualificationfor carrying out demanding vocational activities or deepen the acquired qualification. VOŠ offers two- to three-and-a-half year educational programmes. The longestprogrammes include practical training which can be held in the form of practice at workplaces lasting more than three months. A minimal requirement for admission toVOŠ is secondary education completed by a Maturita (school-leaving examination). Study courses can be organised as full-time or part-time (distance). Study programis subject to accreditation of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MŠMT), which is based on the decision of the Accreditation Committee for tertiary technicaleducation established by the Czech government. Education at tertiary technical schools ends with a graduation examination (hereinafter referred to as “absolutorium”) -an examination in vocational subjects, foreign language and written assignment and its defence. The document certifying achievement of tertiary technical education isthe Absolutorium Report and the Diploma of VOŠ graduates. Graduates are awarded with degree “diplomovaný specialista” (qualified specialist) stated after his/hername and abbreviated as “DiS”.Conservatories represent another type of secondary technical school with specific features. Students talented in performing arts, drama or music take a talentexamination which is a part of the admission procedure. After completing nine years of compulsory elementary education students are admitted to this six-year studies.Students talented in dance can be admitted in an an eight-year dance course upon completion of grade 5 elementary school. These students finish compulsory schoolattendance in lower grades of conservatories. Conservatory students can also take an optional Maturita examination upon completion of fourth class (eight class fordance programme students). Six or eight- year courses are competed by passing the absolutorium. The document certifying achievement of this type of education is theAbsolutorium Report and the Diploma. Conservatory graduates are awarded a degree “diplomovaný specialista” (qualified specialist) stated after his/her name andabbreviated as “DiS”. Gradues of conservatories gain tertiary level education (ISCED 5B, EQF 6).University studyA prevailing form of tertiary education in the Czech Republic is university level study. It provides both general and vocational education. Universities offer accreditedstudy programs and programs of lifelong learning. A bachelor’s degree program is focused on preparation for work placement and lasts 3 to 4 years (ISCED 5B, EQF6). A master’s degree program focuses on theoretical knowledge based on current scientific knowledge, research and development, mastering its application and thedevelopment of creativity. In the field of arts, the program aims at advanced level arts training and talent development. A master’s degree program follows a bachelor’sdegree program. Standard length of study is 1 to 3 years (ISCED 5A, EQF 7). In those fields, where the nature of study program requires so, a master’s degree programcan be accredited without following a bachelor’s degree program. In this case it lasts 4 to 6 years. A doctor’s degree program follows completed master’s degreeprogram. It focuses on scientific research, independent creative activity in the field of development or the promotion of independent theoretical and creative activity inarts. The standard length of training is 3 years (ISCED 6, EQF 8).