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The practical training is essential part of the course program and can be accomplished in the 8th semester. Students can do this practical training after the 7th semester, if they have passed all the specialization courses, in the private or public sector and in an area related to their specialization and degree. A student who wants to get field training has to submit an application form to the Department, stating one or more public services or private companies in which he is interested in getting trained. The Field Training Committee considers all applications, assigns students to the positions available and announces the names of students to the employers. The Field Training Committee consists of three members of the Teaching Staff and two representatives of the students. The Committee looks for new openings in field training and assesses the suitability of the premises of the companies that offer the training. If the student realizes that during his training he is not assigned any jobs related (in the broad sense) to his specialization, he should make this known, by sending a written notice both to his supervisor in the company and to the Field Training Committee delegate. The latter decides whether there is an adequate reason to move the student to another training position.
The practical training is supervised by a number of the teaching staff and the students have to be trained in all the firm’s operations related to his\her specialization.
Students are paid for the work they do during their field training, according to the pertinent law regulations. During the six months of training, the student may be absent from work for a total of not more than five working days, for urgent reasons only. Absence is reported in the Field Training Booklet. Upon competition of field training, the student submits the following through the Secretariat:
The booklets are forwarded to the Department Chief, who decides whether they are to be accepted or not.
The department is in a continuous contact with the private or public sector to ensure that sufficient working positions are available.
All students usually in the last semester have to undertake a degree project on a specialized topic within their field under the supervision of a teaching staff member. When this degree project is finished and approved by the supervisor the student must present and defend it at a council consisted of three members of the teaching staff (the supervisor and two other members of the Teaching Staff, specialized on subjects related to that of the thesis). The committee attends the presentation and asks explanatory or examining questions, so as to build an opinion as to the correctness and adequacy of the subject elaboration. The members decide by majority vote on the grade that is awarded to the student for the Thesis. The project is considered successfully completed if the student earns a grade of 5 or better.
Each student who has:
is a graduate of the department of accounting and will be awarded the degree of TEI – specialization on Accounting (TE – Technological Education).
3.10. STUDENTS’ PRIVILEGES AND DUTIES
Studentship starts upon registration and ends upon getting the degree. Students are entitled to full Health Care. If a student is entitled to Health Care provided by another agent, he has the right to choose one of the agents by submitting a written declaration to the Secretariat. Other privileges are:
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