This year, Institute of Economic Studies FSS CU won the first place in the ranking of top economic and business schools in the Czech Republic, which is compiled by Hospodářské noviny (Economic Newspaper). Complete list of the best Czech universities can be found in the Thursday issue (22nd January 2015) or at the IHNED.cz website.
From the subjects taught at FSS CU, Sociology was also evaluated – it won the second place in the Czech Republic.
Institute of International Studies FSS CU would like to invite you to the Spring University Prague 2015, taking place at Charles University in Prague from 12th to 23rd April 2015.
Its topic is "Reconfiguring Europe: an Old Continent in a New Millennium". This study programme is internationally acknowledged and recognized, successful participants will be given 8 ECTS credits. The preliminary application deadline is 22nd February 2015.
FSS CU, together with the Faculty of Humanities CU, acquired an access to the Taylor & Francis Online Journal Library. This source makes online scientific magazines from this prestigious publisher, as well as from others like Routledge or Psychology Press, accessible. The magazines cover wide range of social and political sciences and other subjects and contain articles published by respected authors. The database is regularly updated so it contains current information from your subject.
The Taylor & Francis Online Journal Library is accessible from computers, smartphones and tablets.
We would like to invite those interested in Czech degree programmes to our Doors Open Days of FSS CU. There, you learn all details about application process, student programmes, foreign language courses, employment of graduates etc.
Please see Doors Open Days schedule here.
Charles University would like to invite all students and other interested persons to the very special exhibition Listopady/Novembers, opened on 17th November 2014 in Carolinum (Ovocný trh 3, Prague 1).
It is probably the largest exhibition organised to commemorate this years’ anniversary of the students’ day. It focuses not only one the Velvet Revolution and November 1939 but also on wartime events which led to the declaration of International Students’ Day and traces the transformation of this holiday during the rule of the Communist Party of Czechoslovakia.
17th November 2014 – 28th February 2015
Open daily 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Exhibition is presented in Czech and English