A two semester course, with weekly lessons and lectures. Depending on which hospital you are in, you might have a credit test at the end of both semesters. (Pekarska has a credit test at the end of both semesters.)
Exam: If you are in Pekarska, there are 2 parts – a slides exam and then 3 oral questions, whereas, if you are in Bohunice, there are 4 oral questions, no slides exam.
A two semester course, with weekly practical lessons and lectures. 100% attendance is necessary to obtain credit.
Exam: Consists of 2 parts – the first part is practical, based on the topics which were covered during both semesters and a second oral part, consisting of 2 oral questions.
Surgery (Introduction to Surgery):
Another, 2 semester long course. You are taught the basics of surgery, incl. theoretical and practical knowledge.
Exam: At the end of the year, it consists of a practical part with identification of surgical instruments and then 2 oral questions.
A two semester course, in which you are taught the basics of physical examination and patient history taking.
Exam: practical part – depends on the department which you’re in; oral part – 2-3 questions.
This is taught until the end of 4th year. In this semester, you will continue to develop your language skills and continue learning medical Czech, which helps you to communicate with patients. There are credit tests at the end of every semester and at the end of each year, there is an exam consisting of a written and oral part.
A two semester course, with weekly lessons and lectures. There are credit tests at the end of both semesters.
Exam: Consists of oral exam, with 3 questions.
Communication and Self-experience:
A short one semester course, with 7 lessons per semester. You will need to write an essay to get credit.