Academic Calendar

Academic Calendar

academic calendar

The Academic Year commences on 1st October 2018 and finishes on 30th September 2019. The new Academic Year 2019/2020 starts on 1st October 2019.

Registration for new and continuing degree-seeking students takes place before the beginning of the academic year. Degree-seeking students will be allowed to register for their studies only once a year, prior to the start of the Winter Semester. Special arrangements will be made for visiting students who are scheduled to arrive halfway through the year, enabling them to register at the start of the Summer Semester. This option is not available for degree-seeking students.

Registration for individual classes is open twice per year, at the start of the relevant semester. Students will be allowed to register for classes solely through the on-line Student Information System (SIS) and during the period prescribed in this calendar. Registration for classes during the prescribed period is a prerequisite for the successful completion of the class!

News

  • Offer: Personal Development and Self-Discovery Group

    The Centre for Information, Counselling and Social Services offers an opportunity for students to participate in a group that will meet regularly. The Centre aims to create an open-minded, supportive and caring environment that will help everyone to better develop the potential and aid the process of self-discovery.

  • Academic Calendar 2019/2020

    Knowing what is going on during the academic year is quite handy! Find the current academic calendar 2019/2020 here:

  • Rector's Mobility Fund: CfA Autumn 2019

    The International Office FSV UK announces the fall round of submission of applications for the Rector's Mobility Fund. The faculty deadline is 16th October.

  • Autumn Sales at Karolinum Bookshop

    As part of this year's 30th anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, the Karolinum Bookshop offers an exceptional 30% discount on both printed and electronic titles published by the Karolinum Press. The discount applies from 1st October to 30th November at the store in Celetná street 18 as well as at the e-shop .

  • Tomáš Weiss (IIS) Holds a Prestigious Jean Monnet Chair Grant

    For the project "Teaching and Debating EU Small States' Security", the senior lecturer Tomáš Weiss (IMS FSV UK) received a prestigious grant "Jean Monnet Chair in EU International Relations and Diplomacy Studies" from the European Commission. Congratulations!

  • Shanghai Ranking 2019: Charles University Maintains High Ranks in Economics and Finance

    Charles University has been recognized as holding a position among the top 100 universities in Economics and top 200 in Finance by the 2019 Global Ranking of Academic Subjects. Thus, IES FSV UK and CERGE-EI jointly represent Charles University and count as a single entity. Thus, the standing of Charles University in the field of Economics is the outcome of research activities of both its economic institutions.