ECTS - European Credit Transfer System
The study system is fully compatible with ECTS, which was introduced soon after the university foundation.
The Diploma Supplement is a document that summarizes the data about the study programme taken including the list of all exams passed, recognized credits and other forms of evaluation students have undergone. The document is available in two languages, Czech and English. Its structure complies with the standard pattern defined by the European Commission, the Council of Europe and the UNESCO/CEPES Organisation.
Starting in the academic year 2004/05, all graduates in Bachelor, Master and Doctoral study programmes who have successfully completed their studies are given the Diploma Supplement with other graduation documents automatically and free of charge.
The Diploma Supplement provides information about the identity and qualification of the bearer, about the content of his/her study, about the level and ranking of the study programmes taken and about the study results achieved. It also contains a description of the educational system in the Czech Republic
The Diploma Supplement complements the university diploma with data that contribute to its transparency and to fair academic and professional recognition of the achieved qualification at an international level.
The University of West Bohemia issues the Diploma Supplement on an A3 folded form. Part of the Diploma Supplement is a system of security elements that should prevent misuse.
In June 2009 awarded the European Commision the Diploma Supplement Label from 2009 to 2013 to University of West Bohemia in Pilsen.
|Example of Diploma Supplement issued by University of West Bohemia||30.05.2013|
|Diploma Supplement Label for University of West Bohemia||01.06.2009|