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Academic calendar 2014/2015
ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2014/2015
WINTER SEMESTER 9 September 201 – 14 December 2014
Opening of the academic year 10 October 2014
Registration of students 2 September 2014 – 12 October 2014
Exam period 15 December 2014 – 25 January 2015
State exams – retake 28 October 2014 – 29 October 2014
SUMMER SEMESTER 30 January 2015 – 10 May 2015
- 3rd year Bachelor programmes 26 January 2015 – 30 March 2015
Submission of Bachelor´s thesis 15 April 2015
Submission of Master´s thesis 22 April 2015
State exams – first term
Administrative control of study 29 June 2015 – 10 July 2015
Graduation ceremony July 2015
Ing. Daniel Lajčin, PhD. - Chairman of the Governing Board
Mgr. Gabriela Sláviková, PhD. - Director of DTI, Member of the Governing Board
prof. PhDr. Erich Petlák, CSc. - Rector
RNDr. Karol Korintuš, PhD. - Vice Rector for Education and Marketing
doc. PaedDr. Tomáš Lengyelfalusy, PhD. - Vice Rector for Science and Research
doc. Ing. Roman Hrmo, PhD. - Vice Rector for Quality and Development
Ing. Miroslava Hrvolová, PhD. - Vice Director
Ing. Peter Jakúbek, PhD. - Questor
PhDr. Iveta Žeravíková, PhD. - Manager for Lifelong Learning
doc. Ing. Roman Hrmo, PhD. - Head of the Department of Didactics, Technology and Educational
doc. PhDr. Miroslav Škoda, PhD. - Head of the Department of the Vocational Subject and Information
prof. PhDr. Jaroslav Oberuč, CSc. - Chairman of the Academic Senate
prof. PhDr. Erich Petlák, CSc. - Chairman of the Scientific Board
DUBNICA ISTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY in Dubnica nad Váhom
DTI is a private institution of higher education providing accredited Bachelor and Master degree programmes and courses within the lifelong learning programmes. DTI is focused on education and research in the training of teachers and specialists in electronics and management. DTI has three departments: the Department of Didactics, Technology and Educational Technologies, the Department of Vocational Subjects and Information Technologies and the Department of Pedagogical and Psychological Sciences.
DTI cooperates with institutions of higher education in Slovakia and abroad, with local and national companies and private and public organizations. DTI participates in several national and international educational and research projects. European modernisation and internationalisation of higher education is the focus of the institutional policy of DTI. The management of DTI develops cooperation with partners in other EU and non-EU countries and outlines a clear policy towards the development of international teaching and research activities.
GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
GENERAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE RECOGNITIONS OF PRIOR LEARNING
GENERAL REGISTRATION PROCEDURES
ECTS CREDIT ALLOCATION
DTI applies ECTS system to give transparency to all recognition procedures. 60 ECTS credits are attached to the workload of a full-time academic year and 30 credits to a semester. Students are encouraged to complete at least 20 ECTS per semester. Credits are allocated to the course units according to the workload required, the major courses having the highest credit value. The student´s mobile activities are recorded in a transparent way indicating the course title in Slovak and in English and credits gained which are recognised as an integral part of the programmes. DTI issues a Diploma Supplement in Slovak (in English, if required) automatically to accompany every degree successfully completed by a student which includes a record of the period of mobility.
ARRANGEMENTS FOR ACADEMIC GUIDANCE
DTI ensures that incoming participants are afforded the same academic treatment and access to facilities as home students/staff. At the beginning of each semester DTI organizes an introductory seminar for all new incoming mobile participants where all contact persons are introduced. An academic mentor from the given department to deal with problems related to academic issues and a “buddy“ (student approved by the Institutional Erasmus Coordinator) to foster the integration into the institution life are assigned to each mobile participant.
DTI upon receipt of the Transcript of Records certifies that the mobile student has fulfilled all requirements stipulated in the Learning Agreement and ensures recognition of the mobility period abroad according to DTI Recognition Framework. All the credits earned by the mobile student during the mobility period are recognised and counted towards the final degree which is apparent in the records and documents issued to the student. DTI keeps record of all incoming participants´ academic achievements and provides the sending institutions and the mobile students with the Transcript of Records within four weeks after the mobile student´s evaluation has finished.
DTI makes every effort to ensure that mobile participants are not penalised in terms of their career progression for their teaching period abroad. Staff mobility is acknowledged as part of regular workload and temporary replacements are found in case of longer mobility period. Their experience is valued and shared as an inspiration to others by organising discussions with DTI management (especially for the structural reform of DTI towards modernisation and internationalisation), meetings for other teachers and publishing articles in DTI journals. The mobility is recognised as a component in annual evaluation of teachers.
DTI ensures that their mobile staff and students are given sufficient preparation for their mobility periods. This includes preparation for the differences between sending and receiving institutions, home and host countries as well as cultural and linguistic challenges. This preparation takes forms of lectures on intercultural communication, meetings with former mobile staff/students and Slovak/English language courses at different proficiency levels and for all fields of study provided each semester for the incoming/outgoing staff/students.
DTI considers language preparation a crucial element to ensure success in mobility outcomes therefore it defines the language proficiency level required in each inter-institutional agreement and ensures all necessary pre-departure/after-arrival language instruction. DTI provides adequate linguistic support in Slovak/English tailored to the needs of incoming/outgoing in the form of semester subject-specific course. These language courses are specified within the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.
INFORMATION FOR STUDENTS
Dubnica nad Váhom
is located in the region Trenčín, in the district Ilava, in the region Central Považie on the Váh river between the White Carpathians and Strážovské vrchy mountains. The town area is 49.137 km2 (18.972 sq mi) and population 25.995 inhabitants. The town was first mentioned in 1193 as Dubnicza.
In the 13th century Dubnica was under the reign of Matúš Čák Trenčiansky and until the 19th century it was owned by the Illeshazy family. There are several historical sights in Dubnica nad Váhom – the early-baroque manor house (1637), St. Jacob´s church (1754), rococo sculpture of St. John Nepomuk (1773), the Column of Shame (1728) and the Grotto with the observation tower.
In former Czechoslovakia the town was one of the biggest arm producers but after the Velvet Revolution the factory was shut down. There are remarkable cultural events held annually in Dubnica nad Váhom – Dubnica folk festival with arts and crafts market and Dubnica music summer. Town surroundings are the most beautiful ones in Slovakia – hiking paths (Strážov, Vapeč), hot springs and spa (Trenčianske Teplice), castles (Vršatec, Trenčín Castle) and folk architecture (Čičmany).
Dubnický technologický inštitút v Dubnici nad Váhom ©
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