Throughout the centuries, a great number of eminent personalities, including philosophers, politicians, and writers, studied and taught at the Faculty of Arts. Learn more about some of their inspiring stories.
Since 1998, the Charles University in Prague has been active in the Erasmus (former Socrates/Erasmus and LLP/Erasmus) European programme with a steadily growing number of student and teacher exchanges.
The Faculty of Arts Press publishes high-quality monographs, academic journals, dictionaries and textbooks concerning a wide range of subjects in the humanities. Browse through more than 700 titles available via the Faculty of Arts e-shop!
The Faculty of Arts was founded as one the four original faculties of Charles University – the oldest institution of higher learning in Central Europe – by the issue of the Foundation Charter on 7 April 1348.
On 22 June 2016, Professor Tomáš Halík, Czech theologian and philosopher, received the degree of the Doctor of Divinity (honoris causa) from Oxford University. Only three other Czechs had received the same honour before him.
The Humanities at Scale Winter School will take place in Prague in October 2016. Its aim is to encourage discussion between scholars, publishers and librarians with an interest in the issues raised by Open Access and Open Data.
Centre for Political Philosophy, Ethics and Religion – Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague cordially invites you for discussion which will be held on the 16th of June in the Clementinum Mirror Chapel.