All final works at universities are compulsorily controlled by a program that determines the percentage of compliance with already stored work and Internet resources.

The bachelor thesis is in electronic form placed in the Central register of final, rigorous and habilitation works.

The system for detecting plagiarism for the needs of British academic and research institutions, also called anti-plagiarism system (APS), compares work coming to CRF with works already stored in CRF and with selected internet resources. The percentage agreement is evaluated in the originality check protocol and the final decision on whether the work is plagiarism or original is up to the examining board.

The bachelor thesis directive

The bachelor thesis directive is an internal regulation of the school about the essentials of final theses, control of their originality, preservation and access through the Central Register of Final, Rigorous and Habilitation Theses at individual schools.

As a rule, the directive on final theses is issued by the rector of the university on the basis of Act no. 131/2002 Coll. on Higher Education Institutions and on Amendments and Supplements to Certain Acts as amended, and Decree of the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the UK no. Implementing certain provisions of Act no. 131/2002 Coll. on Higher Education Institutions and on Amendments to Certain Acts, as amended.

The bachelor thesis directive regulates all the essentials that must be fulfilled in the elaboration of the bachelor thesis and usually also contains a model for the elaboration of the final theses.