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.
In the academic year 2017/18, CUFA Library organises an elective seminar focused on Information Literacy. The seminar is open to all students at Charles University. On completion, students will receive 4 credits.
Centre for Political Philosophy, Ethics and Religion cordially invites you to round-table debate “Romanticism, nationalism and nationhood: Literary perspectives on politics” with Sir Drummond Bone (Professor of English Literature, Oxford) and Professor Martin Hilský.
This summer, Faculty of Arts welcomed 98 students from 8 different countries from around the world. These students represented 43 different universities, and were participating in classes focused on Central and Eastern Europe and relations between Europe and Asia regions.
The general reconstruction of the Faculty of Arts main building on Jan Palach Square will be carried out gradually in 2017-2019. This summer, the faculty will get a new glass lift, which was designed in the original conception from the 1930s.