State Examination in the Study Branches of General Medicine and Dentistry
The state examination in the study branch of general medicine is taken in the following subjects: internal medicine, surgery, gynaecology and obstetrics, and paediatrics.
The state examination in the study branch of dentistry is taken in the following subjects: internal medicine, surgery, therapeutical dentistry, orthopaedic dentistry, and surgical dentistry. The state examination in all the subjects of the course in dentistry is taken orally.
The state examination in individual subjects is subsequent to teaching the above subjects in blocks in the extent prescribed by the study plan. After the end of teaching the above subjects in blocks the state examination follows which is taken on the dates decided by the Dean.
The state examination in clinical subjects in the study branch of general medicine consists of practical and theoretical parts. The content of state examination is suggested by individual clinical departments and approved by the Dean.
The Dean's approval is required to re-take the state examination. It can be re-taken only twice. The first repetition of the state examination can be performed one month after it was taken for the first time at the earliest. The second repetition of the state examination can be carried out three months after the first repetition at the earliest. The student is required to take the state examination and to re-take it within the time of two years from the day of the first regular date of taking the state examination at the latest.
If the student has not completed his/her study in the time given by the study plan he/she discontinues to be a student by the end of the academic year in which he/she was supposed to complete his/her study. After this date he/she discontinues to have the rights and obligations of the university student, however, he/she has the right to take the state examination.
The state examination is taken in front of the board of examiners which consists of three members appointed by the Dean for each subject. The chairman of the examining board is appointed by the University Rector at the Dean's suggestion after he/she has been approved by the Academic Senate of the Faculty.
The state examination and its components are evaluated by the following marks: "excellent", "very good", "good", and "failure". The student who has achieved the mark "very good" in one subject and in all other subjects the mark "excellent" at the state examination, is given the evaluation "excellent".