Application deadlines

February 28, 2023

early bird application deadline

The early-bird term is strongly recommended for students from visa-seeking countries.

April 30, 2023 

regular application deadline

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Degree programmes and admissions

Why study with us?

1. You will get a high-quality education which means certain competitive advantages in the job market.

2. You will join a young and creative academic and students community.

3. You will have opportunities to meet important well-known people from academic and public life.

4. You will be able to choose from a wide range of optional lectures and seminars taught in Czech, English, German, French, Spanish and also Russian.

5. You will have the opportunity to participate in various academic, scientific, sporting and cultural activities.

6. You will have access to the university libraries and to the extensive selection of electronic databases.

7. You will study in modern lecture rooms.

8. You will have the opportunity to spend part of your studies abroad at our partner universities or you can enrol in one of our double degree programmes; the CSF programme cooperates with the University of Strasbourg and the IMESS programme is in partnership with University College London.

9. You will gain professional experience during your studies. The partners of FSV UK are for example, Czech Centres, the Václav Havel Library and People in Need.

10. ...and last but not least, you will enjoy the capital city and everything that goes with it!


  • Dr. Aliaksei Kazharski received a prestigious award

    During the International Studies Association (ISA) conference, Dr. Aliaksei Kazharski from the Department of International Relations, Institute of Political Studies FSV UK, received a prestigious Global International Relations Section Book Award for his new book Central Europe Thirty Years After the Fall of Communism: A Return to the Margin. 

  • Academics from IES FSV UK received the Bedřich Hrozný Prize

    The Bedřich Hrozný Prize for Creative Initiative is awarded by the rector of the Charles University for a significant and original creative initiative. Doc. PhDr. Michal Bauer, Ph.D. and doc. PhDr. Julie Chytilová, Ph.D. from the Institute of Economic studies received this prize for a publication in the Nature journal.

  • Peace Research Center Prague Annual Review 2022

    Peace Research Center Prague (PRCP), Charles University, the centre of excellence specializing in peace and conflict research issued an Annual Review for 2022.

  • 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.

  • International Day of Women and Girls in Science

    Today is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science! Meet five female doctoral students from FSV UK. What does science means for them in a few words? Why did they decide to pursue science? Which scientific achievement/success do they value the most?

  • PhD student Johana Kłusek succeeded in her application for a Sylff Research Grant

    Out of a large number of Sylff Research Grant (SRG) applications, three proposals from Charles University students were supported, one of those is a doctoral student Johana Kłusek from IMS FSV UK with the project Traveling of Forsytes across the Iron Curtain: Domesticity as a Common Value of Cold War Societies.