Due to the damages in the Hollar building caused by the gas blast in the house nearby, stress analysts were assigned to check the structural stability. Both supporting and non-supporting structures of the Hollar building were inspected.
A preassure wave harmed large part of the windowpanes and other non-supporting constructions. The only damage of carrying structure is visible on a gabled wall which adjoins the building where the explosion happened. These are vertical cracks between the gabled wall and the facade wall in Divadelní Street. These cracks go through the supoorting construction but have no influance on the overall stability of the building or connecting constructions and they do not show any signs of damage progress.
Since Monday 6th May all the departments of Dean's office as well as Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism (ICSJ) operate normally. Nevertheless several offices in limited operation mode work in spare spaces out of Hollar building.
International Office works from Tuesday 7th May in limited operation. You can find their offices in Hollar, room 206. Please try to use an e-mail conversation with our administrative officers as much as possible. You can also call 222 112 228. In need of face-to-face encounter please do so during office hours.
The classes in rooms 11, 12, 13, 108 and 110 continue as scheduled. The others were moved to spare spaces:
From Monday 20th May the Hollar library works normally again:
Monday: 10:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Tuesday to Friday: 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM
Dear prospective students,
we would like to inform you that the application deadline for our English-language degree programme PUBLIC AND SOCIAL POLICY for the academic year 2013/2014 has been shifted to 31 May 2013.
Do you want to know more about contemporary media and communication and how this all work here in the Czech Republic and in a few other countries?
Media Systems of Central Europe Summer School 2013 is the best choice for this summer!
The project will be organized from 21 to 28 July 2013 by the Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism (FSS CU) in the historical centre of Prague. It is designed for doctoral or master students of media or associated studies.
The aim of the summer school is to provide students with a basic outline of the media landscapes of the Czech Republic, Poland, Slovakia and Hungary. Lectures will focus on the contemporary media representation of politics, media and political parallelism, and the structure of media markets, and the participants will delve into these topics in-depth during student's workshops and social activities.
For a very reasonable price students will have the access to the highest academic standards and an exciting cultural and social programme. Thanks to the fully organized service, they can focus only on studying and enjoying themselves.
The key terms:
Early bird registration: till 17 May 2013
Standard registration: till 30 June 2013
Contact: Lucie Šťastná