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Examination from Jewish Studies I

Class at Hussite Theological Faculty |


Further requirements for the student:

The student is obliged to submit a list of studied and source literature for the exam.


Mgr. David Biernot, Th.D.

ThDr. Markéta Holubová, Th.D. doc. Mgr. Jiří Beneš, Th.D. doc. PhDr. Bedřich Nosek, CSc.


The thematic area of Judaism I is focused on deepening and broadening the knowledge of the key problems of the discipline in general, with an emphasis on the specific topic of the student's study. Furthermore, the knowledge of literature and sources concerning Judaism in general and the student's topic in particular will be deepened. The doctoral student studies the topics independently on the basis of individual guidance and instructions of the supervisor and possibly other professional consultants. As a rule, a lecture cycle is offered once a academic year.

The exam will cover the verification of the knowledge gained from the specified topics. In an individual study plan, this obligation is imposed once per standard length of study and is usually planned to be completed by and including the third year of study. Fulfillment of the obligation is confirmed by an exam with the result passed by the examiner.