COURSE REGISTRATION

COURSE REGISTRATION

How to search for courses?

Student Information System (SIS). It is a portal where you can search for the courses without having an account, also once you are registered as our student, you will enroll in the courses, also to the exams here and it is a place where you can find your exam results.

To search for a particular course, go to "Subjects" and filter by the Faculty of Social Sciences, language "English" and by particular semester (winter/summer/both), Class - "Courses for Incoming students"

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Please note we do not guarantee acceptance into all selected classes due to course capacity, scheduling clashes, or any unforeseen changes in class availability.

Registration for courses - online

Great step by step video made by one of our professors. 

PDF manual is here

HOW TO REGISTER FOR CLASSES?

Students are able to enroll in the classes during a specific registration period at the beginning of the particular semester.

Course Registration in Academic Year 2021/2022

  • Winter Semester: 17 September, 12 pm - 6 October 2021, 12 am
  • Summer Semester: 4 February, 12 pm - 20 February 2022, 12 am

Please check the step by step manual on how to enroll in the specific course during the registration period. In the manual, you will also learn how to find your schedule, and delete a course you do not want to attend.

Please note all changes are possible only during the registration period! After that, you have to contact your coordinator. 

Please note the registration can be done only through the Student Information System (SIS) - module "Students registration into the subjects".

When registering for courses, make sure you have the correct academic year set up.

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MAY I ENROLL FOR COURSES AT OTHER FACULTIES AT CHARLES UNIVERSITY THAN MY HOST FACULTY?

According to the rules of Charles University,

Erasmus students should take at least 51 % of their courses (or earn the same number of credits) at the Faculty where they were nominated to. The remaining courses can be chosen from other faculties of the university. Please take this into consideration when you are making the final course list after your arrival. 

Erasmus+ ICM students should take at least 51 % of their courses (or earn the same number of credits) at the institute where they were nominated to. 

HOW DO I READ YOUR CLASS CODES?

All classes offered at FSV UK are identified by a unique class code, which not only allows students to find them quickly online but also provides useful information about the class. The codes we use at this Faculty always comprise of 3 (sometimes 4) initial letters, followed by 3 numerals, e.g. JEB026, JSM437, JMMZ040 (the structure of class codes at FSV UK can differ, these explanations apply only to classes at FSV UK). 

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HOW MANY CREDITS DO I NEED TO OBTAIN IN ORDER TO PASS THE SEMESTER?

We recommend exchange/visiting students minimum of 20 ECTS for bachelor level students, minimum of 15 ECTS for master level students. 

Nevertheless, remember you always have to fulfill criteria given by your home university. 

IS IT POSSIBLE TO CHANGE THE COURSES AT THE BEGINNING OF THE SEMESTER?

Changing classes is not a major problem, you will have enough time during the registration period (so-called add/drop period) to decide whether you like the class and whether you will be able to manage it.  

*We are happy to sign a revised Learning Agreement for you, though please remember you must also talk to your home university to make sure they agree with any changes you make. 

*not applicable for Freemover students

CAN I ENROLL IN MASTER LEVEL COURSES WHEN I AM ONLY A BACHELOR LEVEL STUDENT?

Students can enroll in both Bachelor’s and Master’s degree courses regardless of their academic level. However, the list of the chosen subjects has to be selected carefully and approved by the student’s home university. We also strongly recommend reading the requirements of the course in order to be able to successfully finish the selected class. You will have enough time during the registration period (the so-called add/drop period) to decide whether you like the class and whether you will be able to manage it.