The Dean's office

The Dean's Office

The Dean’s office is the executive apparatus of the Faculty in economic and administrative matters.

The majority of the central administration offices is to be found in the Hollar building, Smetanovo nábřeží 6, 110 01 Praha 1. The Project Support and Investment Office is located at Voršilská 1, 110 00 Praha 1.

News

  • CEDMO International Conference: Europe Tackles Information Chaos

    On the occasion of the Czech Presidency of the European Union, CEDMO will hold an international conference on disinformation with experts and key stakeholders – including EU nad CEE representatives, NGOs, academics, think tanks, journalists, legislative and technology actors.

  • Overview of summer opening hours

    We prepared an overview of opening hours of FSV UK buildings, libraries and services during summer holidays for you.

  • First international Erasmus+ ICM Staff Training Week at FSV UK

    The First international Erasmus+ ICM Staff Training Week at FSV UK was held from 13 - 17 June 2022 on-site at Charles University, Faculty of Social Sciences in Prague. The topic for this Staff Week was Crisis Management. The participants arrived from universities in Albania, Armenia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Moldova.

  • Collecting courses for virtual mobility

    Collecting courses for virtual mobility and the new call for POVIM fund for the winter semester 2022/2023 are open. The collection of all VM Courses is done directly in SIS by ticking “Virtual mobility” in the course description not later than on 15 July 2022.

  • PRCP Annual Conference 2022

    The Peace Research Center Prague (PRCP) is holding an annual conference. This year's central theme will be the war in Ukraine. The conference will be held in English and will take place on June 21 at the Faculty of Law, Charles University.

  • New publication: Paths out of the Apocalypse

    “Paths out of the Apocalypse. Physical Violence in the Fall and Renewal of Central Europe, 1914-1922”, the new book by Ota Konrád and Rudolf Kučera,  has been published by Oxford University Press, one of the world's most prestigious global publishing houses, publishing mostly groundbreaking works with a high international impact. The book was published as part of the series "The Greater War", which brings together the currently most interesting monographs on the topic of the First World War and its global consequences.