The academic year comprises one fall and one spring term. Term calendars vary depending on each faculty. The Study and Examination Regulations of MU (Section 3, Part 1) posits that a semester includes:
Before the start of the semester and before enrollment in courses there is a registration period in which students choose the courses they are interested in taking. The period of classes and the examination period are further discussed in Adaptation of classes, and Examinations, colloquia and credits.
The Study Office of each faculty organizes an event for the enrollment of first-year students, in the course of which the students are enrolled into the first semester of their studies. Invitations for this event are sent along with letters of acceptance. In the following years, application for enrollment in the semester is filed individually by each student, via the Information System.
The process of selection of the courses you will be studying in the course of each semester is divided into four periods.
You can choose your courses with the help of study templates (i.e. the recommended study plan). They can be found
Attention! The number of courses recommended to be taken during one semester is calculated based on the study rate of an ordinary student. In case you have an individual study plan (see Study regulations), it is not required of you to proceed in your studies at the same rate.