Ceremonies

General Information

The external representation of the academic traditions at Masaryk University, is introduced by academic ceremonies among which are matriculation and graduation ceremony.

Matriculation is a ceremonial act, which represents the admission of a student to the university academic community. Part of the matriculation ceremony, is the student’s matriculation pledge, the content of which is mentioned in the faculties‘ statutes.

Graduation ceremony is a ceremonial act, during which the graduates of study programmes are awarded a university diploma including their achieved academic title and a diploma supplement. Part of the ceremonial act is the graduate’s pledge, the content of which is also mentioned in the faculties‘ statutes.

Matriculation and graduation ceremony for graduates of bachelor study programmes take place with the present of the faculty dean, the vice-deans, the bedel, and the promoter. Graduation ceremony for graduates of master’s and doctoral study programmes take place with the present of the rector or some of the vice-rectors on his behalf, the dean, the promoter and the competent bedels. During academic ceremonies, academic officials are dressed with gowns and insignia. Students are dressed with formal dresses, only the graduates of master’s and doctoral study programmes who passed the state rigorous exam wear black gowns.

Matriculation and graduation ceremonies take place mainly at MU aula (at the Faculty of Law).

MU ceremonies schedule for the year 2017

Matriculation

Date Faculty
18. 9. Faculty of Economics and Administration
22. 9. Faculty of Social Studies
2. 10. Faculty of Science
5. 10. Faculty of Sports Studies
11. 10. Faculty of Medicine (takes place at assembly hall in UKB)
11. 10. Faculty of Informatics
23.–24. 10. Faculty of Arts
13. 11. Faculty of Education
15. 11. Faculty of Law

Graduation

Date Faculty
9.–10. 3. Faculty of Social Studies
9.–10.3. Faculty of Education
21. 3. Faculty of Sports Studies
22. 3. Faculty of Science
23.–24. 3. Faculty of Informatics
27.–28. 3. Faculty of Economics and Administration
29. 3. Faculty of Law
30.–31. 3. Faculty of Arts
23. 6., 26.–29. 6. Faculty of Medicine
30. 6., 3.–4. 7. Faculty of Law
10.–12. 7. Faculty of Economics and Administration
12.–13. 7. Faculty of Social Studies
13.–14. 7. Faculty of Sports Studies
17.–18. 7. Faculty of Informatics
19.–20. 7. Faculty of Science
21. 7., 24.–26. 7. Faculty of Education
27.–29. 7. Faculty of Arts
5. 10. Faculty of Sports Studies
16.–18. 10. Faculty of Science
20. 10. Faculty of Medicine
25. 10. Faculty of Law
9.–10. 11. Faculty of Arts

 

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