The international mobility of FSV UK holds a great reputation among our students and staff.

In recent years, our faculty has been the number one choice from the entire Charles University for most of the foreign students taking part in the ERASMUS + programme here. At the same time, we are among the best in the number of outgoing student mobilities. Our faculty has concluded almost 400 bilateral agreements for study stays, 300 agreements for academic mobility and over 100 agreements for practical placements. The most important partners include the Universite Pantheon-Sorbonne, Università Di Bologna, Universite Catholique De Louvain, University of Copenhagen, University of Vienna, University of Antwerp, University of Konstanz, University of Helsinki, University of York, University of Mannheim, Trinity College Dublin, University of Amsterdam, University of Warwick, Uppsala University, Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München, Università commerciale Luigi Bocconi, Universitat De Barcelona, ​​Universite Libre De Bruxelles, Brunel University, University of Liverpool, University of Nottingham, University of Reading, De Montfort University or Dublin City University.

The ERASMUS + international credit mobility programme supports exchanges of students and academics also in countries outside Europe. In recent years, there has been an exchange of students and academics from University of Tirana, National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, New Economics School Moscow, Tel Aviv University and University of Sarajevo and other.

In addition, the faculty has concluded many inter-faculty agreements with universities all over the World such as the Australian National University, the University of Richmond (USA), the City University of Hong Kong and Hong Kong Baptist University, the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya in Israel, Sogang University in Korea, the New Economic School in Russia, International University of Japan or University of Calgary in Canada.

Further, long-term study stays under inter-university agreements are possible at universities in Australia, New Zealand, Malaysia, Canada, Mexico, Japan, the United States, the Republic of Korea and others.


International Office

Faculty of Social Sciences

Smetanovo nábř. 6

110 01 Prague 1

2nd floor (room 216)

International Office contacts

Exchange in numbers

In 2021/2022

656 outgoing students

732 incoming students



  • Q&A with the Dean on Zoom

    All students and lecturers are welcome to join an online meeting with the Dean Tomáš Karásek via Zoom on 9 February at 5:00 p.m. During the ZOOM meeting, the Dean will answer questions about the planned moving to the Jinonice campus, the faculty's plans for 2023 and other matters that interest you. 

  • Enrol in a new course on effective communication skills

    This semester, you can enrol in a new course on effective communication skills organized by the Language Centre. It will be taught in English and run in two days: 10th March and 24th March from 9:30 am to 1:50 pm at Opletalova. The lecturer is Mgr. Jaroslava Přerovská. 

  • Anna Marie Pospíšilová: It’s important to be receptive to ourselves, each of us handles stress differently

    Do you ever feel overwhelmed? Are you not sure how to deal with stressful situations or feeling lonely? If so this special episode of the De Facto podcast with psychologist Anna Marie Pospíšilová is just for you. The episode was aired in Czech and we bring you the translation on our blog.

  • Apply for student money for summer semester 2023

    The Academic Senate of FSV UK announces a call for applications for student money for the summer semester 2023. The deadline for applications is 17 February 2023 at 11:59 p.m. The meeting of the student chamber of the Academic Senate of FSV UK concerning student money will take place on Monday 20 February 2023 at 17:00, room H013 (Hollar building).

  • Days of Young Science 2023 at FSV UK

    We cordially invite students of doctoral programs to the Days of Young Science 2023, which will take place on February 6 and 7, 2023. The working language is English.

  • 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.