Admissions

Application deadlines

June 30, 2022

early bird application deadline

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

September 2, 2022 

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!

ADMISSIONS BROCHURE 2022/2023

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News

  • 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.

  • Competition of high-quality publications at Charles University for 2022

    Charles University announced the best publications for 2022. Three publications authored or co-authored by FSV UK academics are among them.

  • Success of IES students in CFA Research Challenge

    Our students, Jakub Bobysud, Matej Leško, Peter Palovič and Ondřej Rosický represented the IES FSV UK, the Faculty and Charles University at the 12th edition of the prestigious international investment competition, CFA Research Challenge. They won the challenging sub-regional round, and became also the winners of the EMEA region semi-finals. In the history of the competition, only one team from the Czech Republic has managed to do so. Finally, they also took part in the EMEA finals, where according to the jury they placed 3rd - 6th overall.

  • Submit your thesis for Josef Vavrousek Award

    The 27th public competition was announced for Josef Vavrousek Award.  Students, doctoral students and young university graduates in the Czech Republic and Slovakia, including international degree students, can submit their Bachelor and Master theses and PhD dissertations for the competition. The submission deadline for this year is Friday 29 July 2022, 12:00p.m.

  • Golden Courses for Winter Semester 2021/2022

    On Tuesday, 17 May 2022, during the Academic Senate FSV UK meeting, the Golden Courses for the best courses of the Winter Semester 2021/2022 according to the student evaluation were awarded to the lecturers. The award is accompanied by financial reward. Congratulations to all recipients!  

  • ESU: Expert Group for Ukraine

    The Expert Group for Ukraine (ESU) has  been newly established at the Faculty of Social Sciences. It is an interdisciplinary policy group consisting of experts and academics from the FSV UK. They will regularly offer expert and research-based contributions to ongoing debates in the society in the form of expert articles (so-called policy briefs).