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Conference of the Young Slavists XV: Russia and Slavic World: A Century of Coexistance and Conflicts

The 15th year of a traditional international two-day Conference of the Young Slavists intended for the graduates from the BA and MA studies, PhD students, and researchers under 35. The event aims to provide a platform for gathering of young experts, create a space for presenting the results of their researches and forum for a […]

Webinar: Happiness and Mindset

The Webinar Happiness and Mindset is organized by Alumni Club on Thursday 19 November 7 pm – 6:30 pm. The seminar is intended not only for club members but also the students and staff of Charles University. The webinar is conducted in English by Petr Ludwig, the author of the bestseller The End of Procrastination. […]

ONLINE: Czech for Antinationalists – Beginners & Advanced

D-Zóna and Campus Hybernská offers Czech language course for non-Czech speakers. It is held every Wednesday at 5:30 pm for beginners and at 7 pm for advanced. If you want to join the ongoing course, write to us ( and we will put you in contact with the teacher. The course has already started, but […]

Workshop: Anglo-Saxons and Vikings; Language Contact and Grammatical Change

The Department of English Language and ELT Methodology offers to MA and post-graduate students a seminary workshop Anglo-Saxons and Vikings; Language Contact and Grammatical Change (code in SIS: AAA500176). The four-day worshop is led by Dr. Florian Dolberg from TU Dortmund starting on 10 February until 14 February. Prior to the workshop, it is necessary […]

Czech Intensive Course for Foreigners

Do you want to improve the level of your communicative competence in Czech? Sign up for the Intensive Course that will take place on May 20 – May 24, 2019 (one-week course) and on May 20 – May 31, 2019 (two-week course). In these courses, participants learn all necessary skills with an emphasis on oral […]

Information Meeting for Prospective Applicants: MA Studies in Anglophone Literatures and Cultures

The Department of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures is organising an information meeting for prospective applicants to MA Studies in Anglophone Literatures and Cultures on Wednesday 20 February 2019, 2:15 p.m., Room 111. Are you considering MA studies at DALC? Then use this opportunity to find out more about the programme and how to proceed with […]

Professor Marcella Milana (University of Verona): lectures and seminar on adult education

The Department of Adult Education and Personnel Management cordially invites you to three special presentations by Professor Marcella Milana (University of Verona): methodology and employment of comparative research in education (of adults) – Friday 12 October, 10:50 – 13:15, Room C138 creation and analysis of education policy  – Monday 15 October, 15:50 – 18:15, Room […]

Seminar on Information Literacy Open for Sign-Up

In the academic year 2017/18 (winter / summer term), CUFA Library organises an elective seminar focused on Information Literacy. The seminar is open to all students at Charles University (SIS code for English version: AKFF00002). The seminar will be taught in blocs in the Jan Palach library. On completion, students will receive 4 credits. Tentative […]

Summer School of Slavonic Studies

The 61st session of the Summer School of Slavonic Studies (the LŠSS) held under the auspices of the Rector of Charles University prof. MUDr. Tomáš Zima, DrSc., MBA is designed for the specialists of the Slavic and Bohemistic field, postgraduate and undergraduate students, translators and for everybody, who is interested in the Czech language, literature, […]

Guest Lecturer Christopher T. Hank, PhD. at the Language Centre

Guest Lecturer Christopher T. Hank, PhD. at the English Section Dr. Christopher T. Hank is originally from New York City and is currently based in Berlin at Humboldt University and the Technical University of Berlin, where he teaches English. His research interests include (language) philosophy; cultural studies; world film, music, and literature; (post)colonial history; and […]