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!
On 11 July 2016, Dr Vidya Yeravdekar, the Principal Director of Symbiosis Society which includes the Symbiosis International University, one of the best non-state universities in India, visited the Faculty of Arts.
The Spanish Royal Academy (Real Academia Española, RAE) was founded in Madrid in 1713. Doc. Petr Čermák, a member of the Department of Romance Studies, was appointed correspondent of the Academy on 23 June 2016.