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The Faculty is divided into five institutes, each of which is responsible for teaching and research in one of the five main subject areas cultivated at the Faculty.


Institute

Address

Map

Phone


Institute of Economic Studies

(see below)



Opletalova 26, Prague 1

110 00

(Opletalova building)


find on a map


(+420) 222 112 305



Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism

(see below)


Smetanovo nábřeží 6, Prague 1

110 01

(Hollar building)


find on a map


(+420) 222 112 260

222 112 265

222 112 268


Institute of International Studies

(see below)



U Kříže 8, Praha 5-Jinonice

158 00

(Jinonice building)


find on a map


(+420) 251 080 250 

251 080 251



Institute of Political Studies

(see below)


U Kříže 8, Praha 5-Jinonice

158 00

(Jinonice building)


find on a map


(+420) 251 080 214



Institute of Sociological Studies

(see below)


U Kříže 8, Praha 5-Jinonice

158 00

(Jinonice building)


find on a map


(+420) 251 080 216




Institute of Economic Studies (IES)

The Institute of Economic Studies offers university education in economics, finance, banking, European economic integration and economic policy at all levels. Soon after its establishment in 1993, IES became one of the Czech Republic’s most prestigious economic teaching and research centres. IES is unique in its international character (for example, an overwhelming majority of master’s courses are offered in English) and in the number of leading Czech economists and policy-makers who teach in the Institute. IES runs the following English language degree programmes:


Bachelors degree programmes:

Masters degree programmes:

PhD degree programmes:


IES departments:


Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism (ICSJ)

The Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programmes. Its research activities focus on the analysis and the history of the media, with a special emphasis on the Czech Republic, the former Czechoslovakia before 1989, and its historical neighbours. The ICSJ offers degree programmes in marketing communication and PR, media studies and journalism. They are the most attractive programmes when it comes to the numbers of applicants


ICSJ departments:

  • Department of Media Studies

  • Department of Journalism

  • Department of Marketing Communication and Public Relations


Institute of International Studies (IIS)

The Institute of International Studies (IIS) offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programmes in modern history and area studies. In both programmes, the Institute concentrates its activities on four primary regions: the countries of the former Soviet Union and East-Central Europe, the German-speaking countries of Central Europe, Western Europe and North America. The Institute runs the following English language degree programmes:


Masters degree programmes:

PhD degree programmes:


IIS departments:


Institute of Political Studies (IPS)

The Institute of Political Studies (IPS) offers a fully-fledged university education in political science, international relations and security studies. It takes a very active part in research and regularly organises international conferences in its field. The Institute runs the following English language degree programmes:


Masters degree programmes:

Ph.D. degree programmes:


IPS departments:


Institute of Sociological Studies (ISS)

The Institute of Sociological Studies offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programmes in both sociology and public and social policy. Moreover, on the bachelor’s level it also offers a programme in social anthropology. ISS graduates are trained to perform high-level analysis of social, political, economic and cultural issues and to carry out public opinion polls, market research and anthropological research. The Institute runs the following English language degree programmes:


Masters degree programmes:

Ph.D. degree programmes:


ISS departments:

  • Department of Sociology

  • Department of Public and Social Policy







Faculty Institutes




The Faculty is divided into five institutes, each of which is responsible for teaching and research in one of the five main subject areas cultivated at the Faculty.


Institute

Address

Map

Phone


Institute of Economic Studies

(see below)



Opletalova 26, Prague 1

110 00

(Opletalova building)


find on a map


(+420) 222 112 305



Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism

(see below)


Smetanovo nábřeží 6, Prague 1

110 01

(Hollar building)


find on a map


(+420) 222 112 260

222 112 265

222 112 268


Institute of International Studies

(see below)



U Kříže 8, Praha 5-Jinonice

158 00

(Jinonice building)


find on a map


(+420) 251 080 250 

251 080 251



Institute of Political Studies

(see below)


U Kříže 8, Praha 5-Jinonice

158 00

(Jinonice building)


find on a map


(+420) 251 080 214



Institute of Sociological Studies

(see below)


U Kříže 8, Praha 5-Jinonice

158 00

(Jinonice building)


find on a map


(+420) 251 080 216




Institute of Economic Studies (IES)

The Institute of Economic Studies offers university education in economics, finance, banking, European economic integration and economic policy at all levels. Soon after its establishment in 1993, IES became one of the Czech Republic’s most prestigious economic teaching and research centres. IES is unique in its international character (for example, an overwhelming majority of master’s courses are offered in English) and in the number of leading Czech economists and policy-makers who teach in the Institute. IES runs the following English language degree programmes:


Bachelors degree programmes:

Masters degree programmes:

PhD degree programmes:


IES departments:


Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism (ICSJ)

The Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programmes. Its research activities focus on the analysis and the history of the media, with a special emphasis on the Czech Republic, the former Czechoslovakia before 1989, and its historical neighbours. The ICSJ offers degree programmes in marketing communication and PR, media studies and journalism. They are the most attractive programmes when it comes to the numbers of applicants


ICSJ departments:

  • Department of Media Studies

  • Department of Journalism

  • Department of Marketing Communication and Public Relations


Institute of International Studies (IIS)

The Institute of International Studies (IIS) offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programmes in modern history and area studies. In both programmes, the Institute concentrates its activities on four primary regions: the countries of the former Soviet Union and East-Central Europe, the German-speaking countries of Central Europe, Western Europe and North America. The Institute runs the following English language degree programmes:


Masters degree programmes:

PhD degree programmes:


IIS departments:


Institute of Political Studies (IPS)

The Institute of Political Studies (IPS) offers a fully-fledged university education in political science, international relations and security studies. It takes a very active part in research and regularly organises international conferences in its field. The Institute runs the following English language degree programmes:


Masters degree programmes:

Ph.D. degree programmes:


IPS departments:


Institute of Sociological Studies (ISS)

The Institute of Sociological Studies offers bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral programmes in both sociology and public and social policy. Moreover, on the bachelor’s level it also offers a programme in social anthropology. ISS graduates are trained to perform high-level analysis of social, political, economic and cultural issues and to carry out public opinion polls, market research and anthropological research. The Institute runs the following English language degree programmes:


Masters degree programmes:

Ph.D. degree programmes:


ISS departments:

  • Department of Sociology

  • Department of Public and Social Policy