Reading the Timetableadmin2021-03-10T05:11:29+00:00
Since each academic year is divided into 2 semesters and each semester has a different set of courses and associated seminars, it is obvious that each semester has a different timetable. The first semester timetable is published a few days prior to the beginning of the academic year, either or both on the faculty’s website or on the Webstudent personal page.
You should keep in mind that during the first week of the semester some changes may occur, so check it again. All the students from the same year of study are divided into cohorts and each cohort is divided into groups.
Disciplines are divided into courses and seminars.
Courses are delivered to a whole cohort of students.
Seminars are a group activity and have a practical focus. Attendance is mandatory and usually essential in order to pass the course. The activity scheduled every two weeks will be marked by a diagonal line in the box corresponding to that seminar. The subjects that are written above that line will take place in the uneven weeks (the 1st week, the 3rd week, the 5th week etc.), while the ones that are written under that line will take place in the even weeks (the 2nd week, the 4th week, the 6th week etc.).