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The English taught Master programmes have been reaccredited

The Master programmes taught in English at the Faculty of Informatics and Statistics have been reaccredited and changed starting from September 2020. The application to these programmes will be open in November 2019. We would like to introduce to you the NEW Master programmes: Information Systems Management (ISM) and Economic Data Analysis (EDA, the former […]

The English taught Master programmes have been reaccredited

Graduation ceremony – 20/9/2019

The Graduation ceremony of newly graduates of the programs Information Systems Management and Quantitative Economic Analysis will take place in the Vencovsky Aula on 20 September 2019 at 10am. Participants of the ceremony are expected to come to the ISM/QEA office in the required time before the ceremony (at 9am). Guests can enter the Vencovsky […]

The English taught Master programmes have been reaccredited

Registration to studies of new ISM, QEA and MOS students

Registration to studies of newly addmited students to English taught programmes Information Systems Management, Quantitative Economic Analysis and Master in Official Statistics took place  10 -13 September 2019. Orientation Week – time schedule

The English taught Master programmes have been reaccredited

Registrations to International Week courses in January 2020 are OPEN!

The 4th International Week will take place from 20 to 23 January 2020, the courses are organised this time by our Faculty, by the Faculty of Finance and Accounting and by the Faculty of Economics.   Students may choose from 7 different courses:   I-Week courses are: elective intesive courses for 3 ECTS credits taught […]

The English taught Master programmes have been reaccredited

Graduation ceremony – 27/6/2019

The Graduation ceremony of newly graduates of programs Information Systems Management, Quantitative Economic Analysis and Europen Master in Official Statistics took part on 27 June 2019 at 3pm in the Vencovsky Aula. Congrats to all of them!     If you are interested to read more about our graduates, look here.  Polina, the first graduates […]

The English taught Master programmes have been reaccredited

Graduation dinner – 25 June 2019

On 25 June we met us with our new and former graduates in the restaurant Kredenc. It´s a new tradition of our Faculty to organize at the end of June a meeting with the graduates of our English taught programmes ISM, QEA and MOS, with the “older” ones, who graduated one or two years ago […]

The English taught Master programmes have been reaccredited

Study Masters at FIS! Application deadline – 30/6/2019!

The last application round to the Master´s degree programmes taught at the Faculty of Informatics and Statistics in English are open from 4th May  till 30th of June 2019! This application round is recommended for non-Visa required students only!   Apply to one of our Masters: Information Systems Management (ISM) Master in Official Statistics (MOS) […]

The English taught Master programmes have been reaccredited

Information for newly admitted students

Have you been admitted to the ISM/ QEA or MOS programme? Will you start your studies at FIS in September 2019? Congratulations! We have prepared an overview with the most important things to do before the start of classes.    

The English taught Master programmes have been reaccredited

MOS received the accreditation “European Master in Official Statistics”

The accreditation European Master in Official Statistics (EMOS) is awarded by the European Statistical System Committee (ESSC) only to programs which fulfil strict requirements and offer high-quality education. IImportant is also cooperation with European and national statistical institutes, the programs include an internship in state statistical service. The academic guarantor of the MOS program is […]

The English taught Master programmes have been reaccredited

Exchange rate forecasting – invitation for a lecture on 30 April

Invitation for a  lecture 30 April from 5 pm in NB473   Exchange rate forecasting is easier than commonly believed There is a long standing debate in the economics literature on the ability of economic models to forecast exchange rates. The consensus view is that no model can consistently outperform the naive random walk in this […]

The English taught Master programmes have been reaccredited