Does the possibility of creating a timetable also apply to students in the English programs (BIE, NIE)?
Yes, and these students are also included in the process of the sequential access to timetable creation.
Does the possibility of creating a timetable also apply to Erasmus students?
Yes, but they are not affected by the sequential access to timetable creation and its eventual cancellation. Like other students of short-term programs (e.g. LLP, visiting students), they can adjust their timetable for the entire registration period and until the end of the 2nd week of the next semester.
At what time does the KOS system provide access to the timetable creation for the next group of students?
The time cannot be determined precisely. This action is part of a large number of “night processes“. However, we can say that it should happen before about 4 a.m.
Is the sequential opening of access to timetable creation for master’s students shared with bachelor’s students, or are they independent processes?
Yes, master’s and bachelor’s students of all years affected by the sequential opening of access to timetable creation are arranged on the same waiting list.
Where can the daily limit value for entering the timetable creation be found? What happens when a student’s new grade is entered into the KOS, increasing his/her weighted credits gain?
Each student can see the daily limit value in the KOS system under “Subjects → Enrolled subjects”. If a student’s new grade is entered and he/she exceeds the current weighted credit gain limit, he/she can open access to the timetable creation himself/herself during the day.
Can 1st-year bachelor’s students adjust their schedule in the 1st semester?
Not with using the timetable functions in the KOS system, the timetable in the 1st semester is fixed. However, it is possible to:
- Find a student who is willing to swap with you, and you both then ask the relevant study officer to make the change.
- Try to make arrangements with the teachers and then attend the other tutorials. The condition is that a place is available, and the nature and the organization of the course allow this change. For some courses, the student must then attend the tests organized during the semester with his/her original timetable parallel class.
Only the new parallel class teacher can ask the relevant study officer to reassign a student in the KOS system to his/her parallel class. Students cannot ask the study officer themselves to make this change.