Undergraduate studies, as the first stage of the education, is the unity of such academic programmes which considers preparing students' professional preparation and learning/teaching the theoretical principles necessary for the next academic level - graduate studies.
Studying on Undergraduate Studies, a student has too accumulate no less than 240 credits.
The aims of undergraduate studies are to:
- Prepare students for starting professional activities;
- Form theoretical foundations and work out general skills necessary for continuing studies on Graduate Studies;
- Form general knowledge as the background intellectual resource necessary for raising professional competence.
The University runs 12 undergraduate programmes. Each of them, except Law and Dentistry programmes, enables students to choose am additional programme and free components. But Law and Dentistry programmes allows choosing only free components.
The programme description can be found in the programme catalogue. This page introduces you the courses together with credits that you will study within the scope of this or that programme.