FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

 

1.    When may I submit my documents for entering UniMFA?

You may submit you application for being enrolled at the University at any time. The enrolment at the 1st semester of the bachelor’s or master’s degrees is done right after your application is considered by the enrolment board. The studies start on the 1st of the next month. Thus, if your application is filed on October 16, your studies will begin on November 1.

 

2.    Who is entitled to pass the entrance exams to the University?

UniMFA welcomes all persons wishing to get higher education at the offered specialties, regardless of their age, nationality or place of living. For entering the University, you would only need to submit your certificate or diploma testifying the completion of a bachelor’s or master’s programme.

 

3.     What are the documents required for enrolment? Where is the enrolment board located?

-- First of all, an electronic application is to be submitted to http://unimfa.com/cv

-- Next, a scan or copy of your passport, certificate or bachelor’s / master’s diploma is to be submitted

-- Certificates (if any)

 

4.     If I live in another city/country/far away, how may I submit my documents?

UniMFA is dedicated right to those persons who live outside the European Union, and may not frequent the classes at European universities due to physical or any other reasons whatsoever. Therefore, we accept students’ applications online, and the enrolment at the University is done based on the documents submitted and the results of the interview held via Skype. We send an agreement and invoice for paying for the studies to all students.

 

5.    Is there any opportunity of state-subsidized education? Or any other kinds of student grants?

Currently, our University doesn’t provide any grants for education. We aim to open a system of grants for students from the CIS and Third World countries starting from 2016.

 

6.    Do I have to come to Prague during the exams?

Yes, you do. For confirming your knowledge, the tutors interrogate the students in person during the one-week exams. However, we tenderly care for each student’s familial condition and other individual situations, and therefore, in some particular circumstances, students may be allowed to pass their exams through an online Skype conference.

 

7.     How much do the studies cost? Are there any discounts? Do you provide any loans?

1 year of studies costs EUR 2,500. The amount may be divided into two installments. The amount remains unchanged throughout the period of studies, and is guaranteed by the agreement entered into between the University and the student. The University provides discounts to handicapped persons: 50%. You may raise loans for your studies upon an individual application submitted to your bank. The University NEVER GUARANTEES any loans.

 

8.     Where may I find the answers to other questions?

You may ask any other questions to our representative via Skype: uni.mfa.

Also, you may contact our general partner, Study Consulting s.r.o., via Skype: Studyconsulting or via e-mail: info@studyconsulting.cz.

 

9.     May the documents be submitted by mail?

For prompt communication, we advise you sending us scan copies of the documents, including the signed agreement. However, if you feel it more convenient to send the documents and the agreement by mail, we kindly encourage you to do so!

 

10.  May the documents for entrance be submitted via e-mail?

First of all, you should fill in the electronic application on our website: http://unimfa.com/cv. Then, our coordinator will contact you and provide the full information and instructions.

 

11.  If the documents are sent by mail, how may I know that you have received them?

We inform all applicants and students in a timely manner of when documents and payments are received or sent, just as of any other important aspects in the communication with the student, and his/her enrolment.

 

12.  Are the entrance documents to be notarized?

Yes, they are. In order to be enrolled at the University of Marketing, Finance and Audit, notarized document copies are to be submitted.

 

13.  What does the visa support provided to students stand for?

In order to visit Prague and pass the exams, the student needs to have all confirmations of his/her actual studies at the University. Our students’ department provides all necessary documents, including the confirmation of the place of living, certificate of studies, and invitation to the exams in Prague.

 

14.  How to sign up to the system?

Upon being enrolled at the University UniMFA, our coordinator will send you the data for accessing your personal account. To log in to it, please follow the link: edu.unimfa.com or go to the University’s homepage.

 

15.  What does an “additional course” mean?

The main programme of bachelor’s or master’s studies includes 6 or 4 semesters respectively. Each semester includes 6 basic courses to be passed at the exams, which is mandatory for obtaining the diploma at this particular specialty. However, we never limit our students in case they wish getting any additional education in other fields. Therefore, the student may choose one or more additional courses and study them together with the basic courses. The list of all courses frequented and successfully completed will be given in the official transcript appended to the diploma.

 

16.  How many courses may I select per semester?

Each student must complete 6 basic courses per semester. The number of additional courses which may be completed is unlimited.

 

17.  May I pursue my studies at two or more specialties at once?

Definitely. UniMFA makes it possible for all students wishing to get two specialties at once. You may register for additional courses given in the list, or just register for second specialty.

 

18.  What to do, if I cannot reach my tutor?

At UniMFA, this would never occur, as our specialty guarantors monitor the regular communication between the student and the tutor. However, in case your tutor is absent due to some reasons, our coordinator or another University employee will always gladly reply and help you.

 

19.   What are the minimum and maximum deadlines for getting the bachelor’s degree?

The ordinary length of studies at the bachelor’s programmes makes up 3 years. In case that a student passes all exams in time or before the stipulated deadlines, the time of studies may be reduced to 2.5 years upon an individual application. In case the exams aren’t passed in time, the time of studies will grow respectively. The maximum time of studies at the bachelor’s programmes amounts to 5 years.

 

20. What are the minimum and maximum deadlines for getting the master’s degree?

The ordinary length of studies at the master’s programmes makes up 2 years. In case that a student passes all exams in time or before the stipulated deadlines, the time of studies may be reduced to 1.5 years upon an individual application. In case the exams aren’t passed in time, the time of studies will grow respectively. The maximum time of studies at the master’s programmes amounts to 4 years.

 

21.  Is there any procedure for rejecting additional courses?

Students may register for additional courses optionally. If the student registers for a particular additional course, but fails to pay for it, he/she won’t gent the access to the materials for such additional course, and therefore may reject it. If the student registers for an additional course and pays for it, and thus is thereafter granted the access to such additional course, he/she may not reject it, and the amount paid will never be reimbursed!

 

22.  How much does the process of enrolment and start of university studies take after the payment is made?

The enrolment at the University is done within 3 business days after the student pays the invoice, and the funds are credited to the University’s bank account. The studies always start on the 1st of the next month.