We teach general and specialised language courses to students from all five faculty institutes. To find out about the courses you can study at our Language Centre, click on a quick overview HERE or see more below.
The FSV UK Language Centre invites faculty students and interested employees to several movie Tuesdays with our American lecturer Daniel Baxter Jackson. The sessions will take place at Hollar, Room 110 on 14 March, 28 March, 11 April and 25 April, from 5 to 7 pm. More information here.
Would you like to practise a foreign language and make new friends? Then sign up for Tandem Languages, which is a one-semester course designed for both Czech and international students. For more information look at the course description in SIS:
If you wish to learn more about English academic writing, visit our Writing Point.
Languages we teach
English, German, French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Czech for foreigners
INTERNATIONAL NIGHT 2022
For the second time, the event took place in Kampus Hybernská. Participants met on the 26th October, they joined in several competitions and got to know the students from other FSV UK study programmes.
Our MCs were Ema Čapková (from the Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism) and Zachary Lavengood (from the Institute of International Studies).
Photos (taken by Barbora Součková from the Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism) can be found HERE.
INTERNATIONAL NIGHT 2021
After more than a year we could meet offline at the International Night.
It took place at Kampus Hybernská on the 27th October. Students who came to our faculty from all over the world participated in quizzes, introduced their countries and got to know each other. We hope everybody was having fun.
Some photos (taken by Anna Mikolandová and Barbora Součková from the Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism) can be found HERE.
Our MCs were Martina Kroa (from the Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism) and Zachary Lavengood (from the Institute of International Studies).
The Language Centre organised the third annual competition in STudent English Presentations - STEP. It was held on Wednesday 10th April in Jinonice.
This event aimed at connecting students of all institutes, giving them an opportunity to become acquainted with the topics of individual study fields and to practise their presentation skills. All the presenters received a written analysis of their performances according to the detailed language and presentation criteria and additional financial reward.
Presenters and their topics:
Patrik Kučera (ICS) – What happens when marketing succeeds but everything else fails
Matěj Sainer (IES) – The great financial crisis
Anna Koucká (ICS) – Fact-check!
Barbora Novotná (IPS) – Cultural imperialism
Pablo Yusta (IES) – Why is GDP a poor measure of progress?
Eliška Brouns (ISS) – Instagram life
The jury composed of Markéta Zezulková (ICS), Michal Červinka (IES), Tomáš Halamka (IPS) and two English teachers, Kamila Panešová and Andrew Goodall.
Pablo Yusta from Institute of Economic Studies won both the jury award and the audience choice award.
The event was moderated by Pamela Danielle Cotte.
Photos and a short video footage from the event can be found here.
Video recording: Marek Hron, Tadeáš Podolka (ICS students)
Photos: Anna Mikolandová, Barbora Součková (ICS students)
Graphic design: Filip Čejka
Technical support: František Knap
Catering: Offbeat Donuts and Sklizeno
More about the event at our Facebook.
You can find short videos and photos from this year's STEP here.
Patrick Zamlar (IPS) - Independence Efforts in the EU: Scotland case
Paula Procházková (IKSŽ) - Investigative Journalism
Tiep Luu Danh (IES) - #Welovedata - China
Jan Vohralík (IKSŽ) - Marketing strategies applied to the Oscars
Jan Lucián Jeřábek (IKSŽ) - Solutions Journalism: How it makes the world a better place
Leona Kovar (IMS) - NATO bombing of Serbia and Montenegro
Michal Salíni (IPS) - Parallels and differences between the Czech and Slovak political scene
Max Hönig (IES) - MealPrep - Entrepreneurship at IES