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About Faculty of Social Sciences and the study programmes
Overview of English language degree programmes
About Institutes of Faculty of Social Sciences
IES Bachelor's and Master's programmes
IIS Bachelor's and Master's programmes
IPS Bachelor's and Master's programmes
prg.ai Minor programme for AI enthusiasts
prg.ai launches another run of a unique inter-university programme prg.ai Minor which provides technically proficient students with a deeper insight into the field of artificial intelligence. Applications are open until March 21, 2023.
Apply for accommodation at Hlávka dormitory for AY 2023/24
In the next academic year 2023/2024, the Foundation "Endowment of Josef, Marie and Zdeňka Hlávka" will provide partial reimbursement of the dormitory fees at Hlávka Dormitory for students in a difficult financial situation who achieve excellent academic or scientific results.
Centre for the Care for the Soul was established at Charles University
On February 1, 2023, the Centre for the Care for the Soul of Charles University was established. In this way, they want to supplement the services offered so far with broadly conceived spiritual care. The center is non-denominational and inter-religious.
Virtual courses offer from the University of Hamburg
Our partner university The University of Hamburg is offering 11 virtual courses – 5 topical and 6 German and English language courses – starting at the end of March and beginning of April. The courses are free of charge.
Scholarships for Summer schools in Zurich
Charles University will financially support a total of 5 students to participate in the International Summer Schools 2023 organized by the University of Zurich on July 2 - 21, 2023. Those interested in the faculty round should send their CV and motivation letter in English to the address email@example.com no later than 27 February 2023.
IMS launches a new research centre: Ukraine in a changing Europe
The Institute of International Studies launches their new research centre entitled Ukraine in a Changing Europe, which will be led by Dr. Valeria Korablyova, a member of the Department of Russian and East European Studies. Public events dedicated to the launch will take place on Monday, 20 February at Pekařská 16 and in Scout Institute, Staroměstské náměstí 1/4.