Admission procedure for applicants of Physiotherapy in English (who have already completed the part of the study abroad in the field of Physiotherapy in English) for the academic year 2019/2020
For applicants who have completed a part of the study of Physiotherapy abroad were determined the conditions of admission procedure in accordance with Section 49 (3) of Act No. 111/1998 Coll. as amended.
Submission of applications and payment of fees
- Deadline for submitting an e-application (link to e-application) or a written application is: 30th June 2019
- The administrative fee for the admissions procedure (the application fee) is set at 560 CZK (five hundred and sixty Czech Crowns) in compliance with the Dean's Measures No. 7 of the Faculty of Medicine University of Ostrava.
- The University of Ostrava does not accept cash payments; the University only accepts payments by bank transfer (non-cash payments).
- Applicants who have submitted a correctly completed application form and paid the application fee within the set deadline will receive an invitation to the entrance examination; the invitation will contain detailed information and instructions concerning organizational matters connected with the day of the entrance examination (i.e. precise details of the date, time and place of the examination, and other important information). The date/time specified in the applicant's application is binding and cannot be changed.
- The application fee covers costs connected with the admissions procedure. If the applicant fails to attend the entrance examination, the fee is non-refundable
- If an error occurs with the payment (if the payment is not credited to the University's account), the applicant must pay the fee again in order that the fee is credited to the University's account no later than: 10th July 2019
- If an applicant requests (in writing) the reimbursement of a payment made in error and if this request is granted, the University of Ostrava charges a cancellation fee of 100 CZK (one hundred Czech Crowns). The request for the reimbursement of a payment made in error must be submitted in written form, no later than one month after the deadline for receiving applications for the relevant degree programme/ subject; proof of payment must be enclosed with the request.
- Each applicant must use the internet e-application system to check that the application fee has been credited to the University's account.
- Applicants who pay the application fee abroad (outside the Czech Republic) must send proof of payment by post.
|Bank account details for payment of the application fee:|
|Account number:||0000931761, bank code 0710|
|Payment type number (“Konstantní symbol”):||379|
|Payment reference number (“Variabilní symbol”):||111011|
|Transfer post office:||702 00 Ostrava 2|
|Information for payments from abroad:|
|IBAN:||CZ65 0710 0000 0000 0093 1761|
- Lékařská fakulta Ostravské university (Faculty of Medicine University of Ostrava)
Studijní oddělení (Study Office)
703 00 Ostrava 3 Czech Republic
- Contact person for information:
Mgr. Linda Morisová
Phone: +420 597 09 1705
Applicants have the right to inspect all documents and materials that are of relevance to the decision on their admission. It is not permitted to make copies of these documents/materials. The inspection takes place at a location
designated for this purpose and in the presence of an authorized employee of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ostrava. The date set for the inspection is 25th July 2019.
Conditions for admission and enrollment into the study on the basis on passing the entrance exam in the study field of Physiotherapy:
- The applicant must have completed secondary-level education, including the school-leaving examination (“maturita” or equivalent). Foreign nationals (non-citizens of the Czech Republic)– must submit a certificate of nostrification (the official validation of their foreign educational certificate(s) by the relevant Czech authority).
- The applicant must correctly submit the application form and pay the application fee.
- The applicant must submit all mandatory supporting documents (enclosures).
- The applicant must attend the entrance examination.
- The applicant must be ranked among the stipulated number of students selected for admission on the basis of the entrance examination (in descending order from the highest score attained in the entrance examination); the number of students
admitted is also dependent upon the limited capacity of the degree programme / subject.
The maximum capacity is: 15
The minimum capacity is: 5
Mandatory supporting documents (enclosures) accompanying the application:
- Applicants who are admitted to the study must send a certified copy of their secondary school completion certificate (Maturita certificate) no later than the date stipulated in the letter of notification of admission. If the applicant's documentation remains incomplete after the date stipulated in the letter of notification of provisional admission, the applicant will receive notification of non-admission due to failure to meet the conditions for admission.
- Applicants must submit a medical certificate issued by a general practitioner under Ministry of Health Directive 271/2012 Coll. (as currently valid) stating that the applicant is capable of studying the given degree programme / subject and working in the given profession. This certificate must state expressly for which specific degree programme/ subject it is issued. A standard template for this medical certificate is available on the website of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Ostrava. Potvrzení příslušného praktického lékaře
- Foreign nationals (non-citizens of the Czech Republic) must submit a certificate of nostrification (the official validation of their foreign educational certificate(s) by the relevant Czech authority).
- These mandatory supporting documents (enclosures) must be submitted so that the applicant is admitted to study. If an applicant fails to submit these documents, the applicant will not be admitted to study, and the results of the admissions
procedure will be invalidated. No parts of the application, including the mandatory supporting documents (enclosures), will be returned to the applicants.
Information on the entrance examination:
The form of an exam - examination is in the form of a written knowledge test, a talent test or an oral interview.
- The form of an exam - examination is in the form of a written knowledge test, an oral interview.
- Written test or application on computer. Each question in the test will only have one answer which will be considered to be the most correct.
- The content of the test will reflect the current standard of secondary school curriculum requirements for the Czech Republic and will be based on the published topics (not solely on the recommended literature).
- The content of the written test will cover topics from three sciences: biology and physics in the range of secondary school education and based on recommended literature.
- Each written test will contain 30 questions on each of the three sciences listed above. Each correct answer will be awarded one point.
- Oral interview - general professional knowledge of the field. Assessment of the oral interview: 0 - 30 points.
- Evaluation criteria for the entrance examination: the maximum score that can be attained by an applicant is 90 points. The lower limit for passing the entrance examination is a total of 10 points;
- For the purposes of the admissions procedure, applicants will be ranked in order according to the total number of points scored in all parts of the exam - written test and oral interview(exam).
Date of the admissions procedure - exam: July/August 2019 (the precise date will be specified in the letter of invitation).
Applicants will be ranked in order according to the total number of attained points. If the number of successful applicants is higher than the maximum capacity, the highest-ranking applicants will be admitted. If an applicant
requests a review of the admission decision, the Dean may take into account the applicant's other activities connected with the applicant's interest in studying the given degree programme / subject.
The applicant′s English language competence should be minimally B2 because the tuition is conducted in English.
We also recommend all applicants from countries outside the EU and the Schengen area to apply for their visas well in advance.
As the tuition is conducted in the English language, the tuition fee is set at 6 500 Euros / year. Applicants will receive all information on payment specifications and further information on the day of enrollment. All other details
related to the day of enrollment will be given in a letter sent to those applicants who will successfully pass the entrance examinations, take the place in the order of all applicants on a position equal to or higher than the maximum
capacity for the degree program / subject, and will be proposed for admission.
Topics to study for an entrance exam in Physiotherapy:
- General characteristics of living systems (General characteristics of organisms, the composition of living systems, characteristics of unicellular and multicellular organisms, Non-cellular organisms, Hierarchy of organisms according to complexity).
- Overview of living organisms (Systematic categories of organisms, biological species, bacteria, cyanobacteria, protozoa, molds).
- The cell (Characteristics of prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells, Biomembranes, Cytoskeleton, Cellular organelles, Chemical composition, nucleic acids, proteins, carbohydrates, Cell metabolism, Energy transformation, Chromosomes, Cell division, Reproduction.
- Genetics (heredity and variability. Sexual and asexual reproduction. Basic genetic. Genetic information and the genetic code. Gen and its expression. Gene storage in the chromosome. Prokaryotic chromosome. Eukaryotic chromosome. Karyotype. Number of Diploid and haploid chromosomes. Meiosis. Segregation and combination of chromosomes. Chromosomal determination of gender. Crossing. Dominance and recessivity. Mendel's laws. Autosomal inheritance. Gonosomal inheritance. Mutation. Mutagenic factors in environment. Genetic structure of the population. The medical significance of genetics. Genetic examples: molecular basis of inheritance, cell and inheritance, heredity of multicellular organism, genetic variability. Examples of human genetics. Blood group inheritance, eye color, being left-handed, fetal developmental defects of fingers, haemophilia, Daltonism. Inheritance in the population of organisms.)
- Evolution (Basic concepts of the origins of life, Geological evolution of the Earth and the evolution of life, the earliest forms of life, Darwin's theory of evolution, basic paleoanthropological findings, human development.)
- Human biology (skeletal and muscular system, internal environment of the organism, the blood), immune reactions, blood groups, blood transfer, circulation system and its functions. Lymph and lymph circulation. Respiratory system and its
function. The digestive system and its function. Excretory system. The conversion of substances and energy in the human organism. Hepatic function. Body temperature and its maintenance. Hormonal regulation of an organism. Management and regulation of internal
organs. Nervous system. Neural regulation of an organism. Sensors. Higher nervous activity. Reproductive system of women and men. Ontogenesis and intrauterine development of humans. Pregnancy. Hereditary diseases. Genetic counseling.)
- Physical quantities, units (SI unit system. Partial and multiple units. Scalar and vector physical quantities. Unit conversions).
- Mechanics (Kinematics of the material point (types of movements, the folding movement, speed and acceleration, uniform and non-uniform motion, the motion of a point along the circle, the centripetal acceleration). Dynamics of the material point (Newton's laws, the momentum of bodies and the impulse of force, the law of momentum preservation, centripetal and centrifugal force). Energy of mass points (work, power, mechanical energy, kinetic energy, potential energy, energy conservation laws in mechanics). Mechanics of solid body (solid body, the moment of power, the center of gravity of the body, the moment of pair of forces, sliding and rotating movement of the rigid body, machine efficiency). Mechanics of liquids and gases (pressure in liquids and gases, hydrostatic pressure, Pascal's law, Archimedes' law, barometric pressure Constant Flow of Ideal Fluid, Continuity equation, Bernoulli equation, the actual flow of the fluid). The gravitational field (the law of gravity, the gravitational field of the Earth, the movement of bodies in homogeneous and radial gravitational field of the Earth).
- Thermodynamics and Molecular Physics (Kinetic Theory of Building Materials, Disordered Movement of Particles in Substances, State Structure Models, Thermodynamic Temperature). Internal energy, work and heat (change of internal energy of body during heat exchange, heat, specific heat capacity, calorimeter, (1 st thermodynamic law). The structure and properties of the gaseous state of substances (a division of the gas molecules by the speed, the state equation for ideal gas, isothermal, isobaric and adiabatic process of an ideal gas, the circular action (2nd Thermodynamic Act). Structure and properties of solids (crystalline and amorphous substances, ideal crystalline lattice, main types of bonds, solid body deformation, thermal expansion of solids). Structure and properties of liquids (surface layer of liquids, surface tension, phenomena at the interface of solid body and liquid, capillarity, thermal volume expansion of liquids). Changes in substance states (melting, solidification, sublimation, evaporation and boiling, liquidation, phase diagram, water vapor in the atmosphere).
- Acoustics (Vibrational movement, harmonic oscillatory motion, phase, oscillator energy, self and forced oscillations, resonance). Waves (classification of waves, reflection, refraction, interference, standing waves, wave propagation in space Huygens principle). Sound waves (sound and its properties, volume, intensity and speed of sound, ultrasound and infrasound).
- Electricity and magnetism (electric field (electric chargé, force action, Coulomb's law, electric field intensity, voltage, wire capacity and capacitors, conductor and insulator in the electric field, electrical sources). Electric current in metals (electron conductivity, Ohm's law, electrical resistance, Kirchhoff's laws, work, power). Electric current in semiconductors (diodes and transistors, thermoelectric effect). Electric current in electrolytes (electrolytic dissociation, Faraday's laws, electrolysis, galvanic cells). Electric current in gases, vacuum (ionization of gases, cathode radiation, thermo emission of electrons). Magnetic field (origin, magnetic field, and the force of the conductors with the current, force action, magnetic induction, magnetic properties of substances, formation and measurement of AC voltage and current, inductance, capacitance, impedance, Thomson's relationship, electromagnetic induction).
- Optics (Electromagnetic radiation and its energy (basic terms, basic radiometric quantities, thermal radiation). Speed of light, full reflection, light reflection and refraction, refractive index, decomposition of light by the prism, spectroscopy, light interference, light bend, polarization of light. Optical systems - lenses, eye, magnifier, microscope, telescope).
- Atomic Physics (photoelectric effect, Compton effect, the particle and wave properties of photons, spontaneous and stimulated emission of radiation - laser, wave properties of particles. Electron shell of the atom (atomic spectra,
quantum energy, quantum mechanical model of the hydrogen atom, quantum numbers). Structure of the atomic nucleus (nuclear reaction, natural radioactivity, radioactive transformation law, nuclear fission and coalescence, production and use of radionuclides,
nuclear radiation detection).
- Biology textbook in the extent of the curriculum at the grammar school
- Rosypal, S. a kol.: Biology overview. Scientia, Praha, 2003
- Šmarda, J.: Genetics for grammar school. Fortuna, Praha, 2003
- Snustad, D. P., Simmons, M. J.: Genetics, MU Brno (překlad), 2009.
- Physics textbook in the extent of the curriculum at the grammar school
- Physics for 1 st - 4 th grade of grammar schools
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