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    Faculty of Arts

    Contact information

    Street: nám. Jana Palacha 1/2,
    Municipality: Praha 1
    Postcode: 116 38
    Municipality: Praha
    WWW: https://prijimacky.ff.cuni.cz

    Bachelor's study programmes

    Contact person: PhDr. Šárka Maun Kratinová
    Phone number: +420221619300
    E-mail address: prijimacky@ff.cuni.cz

    Charge for the admission procedure

    Charge for an on-line application: 820 and 410 CZK
    Note: CZK 820 per one application for programmes and dual specialisation studies allowing single curriculum study
    CZK 410 per one application for programmes and dual specialisation studies not allowing single curriculum study – a minimum of two applications must be submitted.
    Payment online, via bank transfer, bank deposit or in cash at the CU FA Cashier´s Office. The application fee must be paid separately for each application. The fee cannot be refunded at any stage of the admissions procedure.

    Other information

    Doors open day: 16 January 2021
    Information on the admission procedure: 1. General Information on the Admissions Procedure and Studies

    1.1 The admissions procedure is regulated by Articles 48 to 50 of Act no. 111/1998 Sb. – the Higher Education Act of the Czech Republic, as amended (the “Higher Education Act”); Articles 19 and 20 of the Constitution of Charles University, as amended; the Code of Admissions Procedure of Charles University, as amended (the “CU Code of Admissions Procedure”); Rector’s Measure no. 9/2020, the Admissions Procedure Schedule for the 2021/2022 Academic Year; these Admissions Procedure Requirements regulating studies at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University beginning in the 2021/2022 academic year, consisting of general regulations and specific requirements for the admissions procedure relating to study in the individual programmes (the “Admissions Procedure Requirements” or “these Requirements”); Dean’s Measure no. 4/2017 regulating the organisation of the admissions procedure at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, as amended; and the Dean’s measure regarding the time schedule of the admissions procedure, to be issued during the 2020/2021 academic year.

    1.2 A bachelor degree is normally studied for three years. Upon submitting and defending a bachelor’s thesis and passing the final state examination, the graduate is awarded the title of “bakalář” (Bc., bachelor of arts). A post-bachelor (master’s) degree is normally studied for two years. Upon submitting and defending a diploma thesis and passing the final state examination, the graduate is awarded the title of “magistr” (Mgr., master of arts).

    1.3 Each programme of study is taught by a department or institute of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University (the “Faculty of Arts, Charles University” or the “Faculty”), with some programmes administered by two or three departments or institutes. More detailed information for applicants (model tests, recommended reading lists, contacts) is available on the websites of the individual departments and institutes (please refer to ff.cuni.cz/home/about/departments/). Further details regarding studies at the Faculty, study regulations and, most importantly, the study plans of the accredited programmes are available at ff.cuni.cz/home/applicants/.

    3. Modifications, exemptions from entrance examinations, alternative dates of examination

    3.1 Applicants may be granted – upon request and under conditions specified below – an exemption from the entrance examination or a part thereof, a modified form of the entrance examination or an alternative date thereof. If the request is incomplete or fails to contain all the attachments required, the applicant will be notified by the Faculty and asked to remedy the shortcomings within an adequate time. If the shortcomings are not remedied by this deadline, the request will be declined.

    3.2 Exemptions from the entrance examination or a part thereof can only be granted where this is explicitly allowed by the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme. Requests for exemptions from the entrance examination should be submitted electronically, with the required attachments, through the online information system, under My applications (section Request). Unless stipulated otherwise by the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme, the request must be submitted by the application deadline applicable to the respective programme. The request for exemption must be accompanied by all the documents required by the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme. If the exemption is not granted, the applicant must take the entrance examination on the date specified by the invitation. The status and result of the request can be monitored in the online application under the respective request.

    3.3 Furthermore, exemptions from part of the entrance examination can be granted provided this option is explicitly stated in the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme. Applicants are not required to request an exemption; an exemption from the respective part of the examination is granted automatically to applicants who meet the set requirements (e.g. exemption from the second part applicable to applicants who score a set number of points in the first part). If one of the parts of a two-part exam is abandoned or if an applicant is granted an exemption from one part of a two-part examination, they will obtain the maximum number of points (50) for the respective part.

    3.4 Applicants with special educational needs may request to take a modified entrance examination. Such applicants must tick the appropriate box in the application form, requesting special treatment on the grounds of physical handicap, then select the relevant physical handicap and also specify, in the relevant column, the type of modification which they request. Where the entrance examination consists of two parts, applicants must specify whether modification is requested for the oral part, the written part, or both parts. At the same time, the applicant must attach to the application a scan copy of a specialist report (medical report, recommendation issued by a Pedagogical and Psychological Counselling Centre etc.). The request for modification must be submitted by the application deadline applicable to the respective programme.

    3.5 The Dean may grant a permission to take the entrance examination on an alternative date to applicants unable to take the examination on the regular date due to serious and duly justified reasons, relating to health in particular. The request for an alternative date should not be attached to the application; instead, it should only be submitted after the applicant receives an invitation to the regular date of the examination. Requests for an alternative date must be submitted via an online form to be found in the application account (please note that the request form will only be available once the dates of examinations have been published). Each programme or dual specialisation for which an applicant requests an alternative examination date requires a separate request, including in cases where the entrance examinations, or a part thereof, are identical or have the same validity. Requests for alternative dates of the second part of a two-part examination should only be submitted by applicants who have passed the first part. Requests for an alternative date must be submitted no later than three days after the date of the regular entrance examination. The applicant will be notified of the status of the request via the Student Information System; if the alternative date for the entrance exam is granted, it will be stipulated in the Student Information System where a new invitation will be available. Applicants who are not granted an alternative date will receive a written decision by post; in such cases, the regular date of examination is applicable.

    3.6 Regular study abroad as preparation for study at a higher education institution is an obligatory reason for granting an alternative date. Other types of requests are considered on an individual basis and the applicant has no automatic right to being granted an alternative date. Applicants who have been granted an alternative date for more than one examination are advised that there is no guarantee that the schedule of alternative dates will make it possible for them to take all the examinations; where this is not possible, the applicant must decide which examinations they prefer to take on the alternative date. No further alternative date is permissible.


    4. Entrance Examinations

    4.1 The Faculty of Arts sends to the applicant an invitation for the regular date of the entrance examination through the University’s online information system (under My applications) not later than 30 days before the date of the examination. If the Faculty sends an applicant an invitation for an alternative date of the entrance examination, this period may be shortened accordingly. Please review all the information in the invitation carefully, print out the invitation from the electronic system and bring it to the exam. When registering for each part of the entrance examination on the day it is held, applicants are required to present their identity documents. Applicants failing to prove their identity will not be allowed to take the examination.

    4.2 Different programmes of study normally require different forms of entrance examinations; where the examination, or part thereof, is identical for two or more programmes, this is specified in the admissions procedure requirements. Examinations either have one part – written or oral – or two parts. Two-part examinations always consist of a first part, which is a written test, and a second part in the form of an oral interview. Some programmes may also require testing of general study skills (please note that exclusively the Faculty’s own tests are used) or a language test. The written part may contain closed as well as open questions. Entrance examinations for programmes accredited to be taught in Czech are held in Czech; the test instructions and the oral interview are in Czech, unless foreign language skills are the skills tested in the examination. Unless stipulated otherwise in the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme, candidates are allowed to communicate in the Slovak language during the examination. Entrance examinations for programmes accredited to be taught in languages other than Czech are held in the accredited language of instruction.

    4.3 Applicants applying simultaneously for the full-time and combined forms of the same programme are required to take the entrance examination only once; their results will be recognized for both forms of study. Unless stipulated otherwise by the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme, the same applies to applicants applying for two or more programmes whose entrance examinations, or part thereof, are identical or have the same validity.

    4.4 The general requirements relating to entrance examinations are further specified in Dean’s Measure no. 4/2017, as amended. The specific form of the examinations, the anticipated number of admitted candidates and any additional requirements are specified in the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programmes.


    5. Entrance Examination Assessment and Decision on Admission to Study

    5.1 In entrance examinations consisting of one part, a maximum of 100 points can be awarded; in examinations consisting of two parts, a maximum of 50 points can be awarded in either part. You may continue to the second part of the exam if you have received at least 25 points in the first part; the results of the first part are available at is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky/ (after logging in under My applications). The Faculty of Arts, Charles University does not use any other ways to notify applicants of the results of the first part of the entrance examinations.

    5.2 The final results of the entrance examinations will be published no later than on 24 June 2021. Applicants should refer to the website is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky (under My applications) for the number of points awarded and the admission/non-admission status for each of their applications, using the login email address and password which they used when creating their online application. The Faculty will not inform applicants or any other persons of the results of other applicants. Only general information regarding the admissions procedure is announced on the Faculty’s notice board.

    5.3 An applicant is admitted if they are awarded a minimum of 50 points in the entrance examination (consisting of one part or two parts) and, at the same time, score enough points to place among the anticipated number of candidates admitted to the respective programme or dual specialisation (refer to the admissions requirements applicable to the individual programmes); admissions will be granted to all applicants who score the same number of points as the applicant who comes in last place in the ranking of admissions. In programmes and dual specialisation studies offered in both the full-time and combined forms, the anticipated number of admitted candidates is set separately for both forms. Applicants applying for programmes and dual specialisation studies where single curriculum study is not possible will only be admitted if they meet the set requirements for a minimum of two programmes or dual specialisation studies which can be freely combined (for more details, see sections 2.2 and 2.5 hereof). The ranking of applicants to be admitted to programmes and dual specialisation studies where single curriculum study is not possible will also include applicants who place in the ranking in one programme or dual specialisation but fail to be admitted to at least one other programme or dual specialisation study which can be combined; therefore, the anticipated number of admitted candidates may remain unfilled. Interfaculty study programmes are only open to applicants who pass the entrance examination and are awarded the same or higher number of points as the last candidate in the ranking of candidates admitted to the respective programme in the regular admissions procedure, passing at the same time the entrance examination to the respective programme at the other of the two partner faculties. Candidates admitted to interfaculty study programmes are not included in the anticipated number of admitted candidates. Applicants admitted cannot be enrolled without submitting evidence of their prior education no later than on the enrolment day (see sections 5.4 and 5.5 hereof).

    5.4 Applicants for bachelor’s programmes must prove their prior education by presenting a certified copy of their secondary school-leaving certificate (maturita). Applicants who have completed their secondary education outside the Czech Republic must, in addition, submit a document recognizing their certificate of foreign secondary education (unless stipulated otherwise by an international agreement). Applicants for post-bachelor (master’s) programmes who are not graduates of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, must prove their education by presenting a certified copy of their bachelor’s or master’s diploma. Applicants who are graduates of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, have their prior education verified by the Faculty’s Student Affairs Office. Applicants who have completed their bachelor’s or master’s study outside the Czech Republic must, in addition, submit documents recognizing their foreign university degree (unless stipulated otherwise by an international agreement).

    5.5 For the purposes of the admissions procedure at Charles University, applicants who have completed their previous secondary or tertiary education outside the Czech Republic may apply with the Faculty for recognition of their previous education (“nostrification”). For more detailed information, please refer to the Faculty’s web pages under Applicants (ff.cuni.cz/home/applicants/nostrification-diplomas/). A fee is charged for the recognition application; the fee is non-refundable, including cases of non-admission. The education recognition only applies to the admissions procedure at the relevant faculty of Charles University in the relevant academic year. Please note that the Faculty only considers nostrification requests filed by applicants who have successfully passed the entrance examination.

    5.6 Once the results have been announced via the Faculty’s online information system, non-admitted applicants will be sent a decision on non-admission by post (delivery to the addressee only). Applicants who have passed the entrance examination will be asked to enrol on a specified date. More details about enrolment will be published at the website of the Faculty’s Students Affairs Office (ff.cuni.cz/studium/), typically in May. During enrolment, applicants will first be asked to present documents proving their previous education (see sections 5.4 and 5.5 hereof). Upon presenting these documents, the applicant will obtain the decision on admission and will then be enrolled. No applicant can be admitted for studies without submitting these documents. In justified cases (e.g. applicants for a post-bachelor (master’s) programme unable to enrol on the regular enrolment date due to a study stay abroad), an earlier date of enrolment may be permitted by the Dean of the Faculty. If an applicant gives their explicit approval in the application form, and unless they need the decision on admission in printed form (e.g. for the purposes of obtaining visas), the decision on admission may be sent to them via the online information system, provided they have presented the Faculty with documents proving their previous education.

    5.7 Applicants who receive any of the above-mentioned documents after the regular enrolment date will be given an alternative enrolment date, no later than 30 September 2021. Applicants whose secondary school-leaving (maturita) examination has been scheduled for the autumn, applicants for master’s programmes who are scheduled to complete their bachelor’s degree between 1 and 30 September 2021, and applicants who have completed their previous education abroad and are required to have their diplomas recognized and validated will be given an alternative enrolment date, no later than 22 October 2021.


    6. Consultation of Examination Materials and Appeal Procedure

    6.1 Applicants are entitled to consult their entrance examination materials. The organisation and rules are stipulated by a Dean’s measure and will be published at the website ff.cuni.cz/home/applicants/.
    6.2 An applicant can appeal the Dean’s decision regarding the applicant’s admission/non-admission. The purpose of the appeal proceedings is to review the compliance of the admissions procedure with the Higher Education Act and the internal regulations of Charles University and the Faculty of Arts, Charles University. The appeal proceedings do not guarantee a certain number of vacancies for applicants appealing a decision. Therefore, the reasons for cancelling the appealed decision do not include the applicant’s motivation and interest in the discipline or the fact that the number of points scored by the applicant is immediately below the point threshold set for admission or the fact that vacancies remain because not all of the admitted applicants have enrolled.


    7. Supplementary Admissions Procedure

    7.1 Once the deadline for submitting applications expires, the Dean of the Faculty may decide to announce a supplementary admissions procedure for some programmes. The requirements for the supplementary admissions procedure must be identical to these admissions requirements, except the set dates and the anticipated number of admitted candidates (see CU Code of Admissions Procedure, Article 8).

    7.2 The supplementary admissions procedure is a separate procedure. It follows that: (a) applicants may submit applications for programmes to which they applied already in the regular admissions procedure; (b) applicants for double curriculum study (dual specialisation study) may not combine a programme (dual specialisation) to which they were admitted following an entrance examination in the regular admissions procedure with a programme (dual specialisation) to which they were admitted following an entrance examination in the supplementary admissions procedure.

    Admission procedure specifications amended in relation to Covid–19:
    1. General Information on the Admissions Procedure and Studies

    1.1 The admissions procedure is regulated by Articles 48 to 50 of Act no. 111/1998 Sb. – the Higher Education Act of the Czech Republic, as amended (the “Higher Education Act”); Articles 19 and 20 of the Constitution of Charles University, as amended; the Code of Admissions Procedure of Charles University, as amended (the “CU Code of Admissions Procedure”); Rector’s Measure no. 9/2020, the Admissions Procedure Schedule for the 2021/2022 Academic Year; these Admissions Procedure Requirements regulating studies at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University beginning in the 2021/2022 academic year, consisting of general regulations and specific requirements for the admissions procedure relating to study in the individual programmes (the “Admissions Procedure Requirements” or “these Requirements”); Dean’s Measure no. 4/2017 regulating the organisation of the admissions procedure at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, as amended; and the Dean’s admission procedure measure regarding the time schedule of the admissions procedure, to be issued during the 2020/2021 academic year.

    1.2 A bachelor degree is normally studied for three years. Upon submitting and defending a bachelor’s thesis and passing the final state examination, the graduate is awarded the title of “bakalář” (Bc., bachelor of arts). A post-bachelor (master’s) degree is normally studied for two years. Upon submitting and defending a diploma thesis and passing the final state examination, the graduate is awarded the title of “magistr” (Mgr., master of arts).

    1.3 Each programme of study is taught by a department or institute of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University (the “Faculty of Arts, Charles University” or the “Faculty”), with some programmes administered by two or three departments or institutes. More detailed information for applicants (model tests, recommended reading lists, contacts) is available on the websites of the individual departments and institutes (please refer to ff.cuni.cz/home/about/departments/). Further details regarding studies at the Faculty, study regulations and, most importantly, the study plans of the accredited programmes are available at ff.cuni.cz/home/applicants/.

    3. Modifications, exemptions from entrance examinations, alternative dates of examination, videoconference

    3.1 Applicants may be granted – upon request and under conditions specified below – an exemption from the entrance examination or a part thereof, a modified form of the entrance examination or an alternative date thereof. If the request is incomplete or fails to contain all the attachments required, the applicant will be notified by the Faculty and asked to remedy the shortcomings within an adequate time. If the shortcomings are not remedied by this deadline, the request will be declined.

    3.2 Exemptions from the entrance examination or a part thereof can only be individually granted where this is explicitly allowed by the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme. Requests for exemptions from the entrance examination should be submitted electronically, with the required attachments, through the online information system, under My applications (section Request). Unless stipulated otherwise by the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme, the request must be submitted by the application deadline applicable to the respective programme. The request for exemption must be accompanied by all the documents required by the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme. If the exemption is not granted, the applicant must take the entrance examination on the date specified by the invitation. The status and result of the request can be monitored in the online application under the respective request.

    3.3 Furthermore, exemptions from part of the entrance examination can be individually granted provided this option is explicitly stated in the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme. Applicants are not required to request an exemption; an exemption from the respective part of the examination is granted automatically to applicants who meet the set requirements (e.g. exemption from the second part applicable to applicants who score a set number of points in the first part). If one of the parts of a two-part exam is abandoned or if an applicant is granted an exemption from one part of a two-part examination, they will obtain the maximum number of points (50) for the respective part.

    3.3a Some study programmes and dual specializations, where the number of applicants is smaller than the estimated number of accepted students, the Dean in accordance with Article 5, paragraph 4 of the Code of Admission Procedure, Charles University, generally drops the entrance examinations. To the studies these programmes and dual specializations will be accepted all applicants if they meet the following requirements (see 5.3–5.6): a) of programmes and dual specializations which does not allow single curriculum study: meet the set requirements to be accepted at least to one dual specialization or a programme that can be combined with other. b) of all programmes and dual specializations: submit proof of previous education at the enrolment in the study.

    3.4 Applicants with special educational needs may request to take a modified entrance examination. Such applicants must tick the appropriate box in the application form, requesting special treatment on the grounds of physical handicap, then select the relevant physical handicap and also specify, in the relevant column, the type of modification which they request. Where the entrance examination consists of two parts, applicants must specify whether a modification is requested for the oral part, the written part, or both parts. At the same time, the applicant must attach to the application a scanned copy of a specialist report (medical report, recommendation issued by a Pedagogical and Psychological Counselling Centre etc.). The request for modification must be submitted by the application deadline applicable to the respective programme.

    3.5 The Dean may grant permission to take the entrance examination on an alternative date to applicants unable to take the examination on the regular date due to serious and duly justified reasons, relating to health in particular. The request for an alternative date should not be attached to the application; instead, it should only be submitted after the applicant receives an invitation to the regular date of the examination. Requests for an alternative date must be submitted via an online form to be found in the application account (please note that the request form will only be available once the dates of examinations have been published). Each programme or dual specialisation for which an applicant requests an alternative examination date requires a separate request, including in cases where the entrance examinations, or a part thereof, are identical or have the same validity. Requests for alternative dates of the second part of a two-part examination should only be submitted by applicants who have passed the first part. Requests for an alternative date must be submitted no later than three days after the date of the regular entrance examination. The applicant will be notified of the status of the request via the Student Information System; if the alternative date for the entrance exam is granted, it will be stipulated in the Student Information System where a new invitation will be available. Applicants who are not granted an alternative date will receive a written decision by post; in such cases, the regular date of examination is applicable.

    3.6 Regular study abroad as preparation for study at a higher education institution is an obligatory reason for granting an alternative date. Other types of requests are considered on an individual basis and the applicant has no automatic right to being granted an alternative date. Applicants who have been granted an alternative date for more than one examination are advised that there is no guarantee that the schedule of alternative dates will make it possible for them to take all the examinations; where this is not possible, the applicant must decide which examinations they prefer to take on the alternative date. No further alternative date is permissible.

    3.7 Unless the conditions of admission procedure of the given programme state otherwise, the written entrance examination is held in-person. Regarding the oral examination, the director of the respective department or institution determines whether they will be held in-person (the applicant attends the examination personally) or remotely (the applicant attends a videoconference). At the in-person examination, there is at least one member of the committee present in-person; other members may join in via a videoconference. Even when it is determined that the examination is held in-person, the Dean may allow the applicant, based on a written request, an exam via a videoconference when they cannot attend the entrance examination for compelling and documented reasons (residence or long-term stay abroad, serious medical reasons, mandatory quarantine, travel restrictions decreed by the Government). The request can be submitted at prijimacky@ff.cuni.cz or via the admission application ten days prior to the regular date at the latest.

    4. Entrance Examinations

    4.1 The Faculty of Arts sends to the applicant an invitation for the regular date of the entrance examination through the University’s online information system (under My applications) not later than 15 days before the date of the examination. If the Faculty sends an applicant an invitation for an alternative date of the entrance examination, this period may be shortened accordingly. Please review all the information in the invitation carefully, print out the invitation from the electronic system and bring it to the exam. When registering for each part of the entrance examination on the day it is held, applicants are required to present their identity documents. Applicants failing to prove their identity will not be allowed to take the examination.

    4.2 Different programmes of study normally require different forms of entrance examinations; where the examination, or part thereof, is identical for two or more programmes, this is specified in the admissions procedure requirements. The entrance examination can be written, oral or evaluation of submitted materials and can have either one or two parts. Oral examinations of some programmes will be held remotely via a videoconference; some programmes have a remote written examination, either using email communication or Moodle system. Some programmes may also require testing of general study skills (please note that exclusively the Faculty’s own tests are used) or a language test. The written part may contain closed as well as open questions. Entrance examinations for programmes accredited to be taught in Czech are held in Czech; the test instructions and the oral interview are in Czech, unless foreign language skills are the skills tested in the examination. Unless stipulated otherwise in the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme, candidates are allowed to communicate in the Slovak language during the examination. Entrance examinations for programmes accredited to be taught in languages other than Czech are held in the accredited language of instruction.

    4.3 Applicants applying simultaneously for the full-time and combined forms of the same programme are required to take the entrance examination only once; their results will be recognized for both forms of study. Unless stipulated otherwise by the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme, the same applies to applicants applying for two or more programmes whose entrance examinations, or part thereof, are identical or have the same validity.

    4.4 The general requirements relating to entrance examinations are further specified in Dean’s Measure no. 4/2017, as amended. The specific form of the examinations, the anticipated number of admitted candidates and any additional requirements are specified in the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programmes.


    5. Entrance Examination Assessment and Decision on Admission to Study

    5.1 In entrance examinations consisting of one part, a maximum of 100 points can be awarded; in examinations consisting of two parts, a maximum of 50 points can be awarded in either part. You may continue to the second part of the exam if you have received at least 25 points in the first part; the results of the first part are available at is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky/ (after logging in under My applications). The Faculty of Arts, Charles University does not use any other ways to notify applicants of the results of the first part of the entrance examinations.

    5.2 The final results of the entrance examinations will be published no later than 7 days after the final examination. Applicants should refer to the website is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky (under My applications) for the number of points awarded and the admission/non-admission status for each of their applications, using the login email address and password which they used when creating their online application. The Faculty will not inform applicants or any other persons of the results of other applicants. Only general information regarding the admissions procedure is announced on the Faculty’s notice board.

    5.3 An applicant is admitted if they are awarded a minimum of 50 points in the entrance examination (consisting of one part or two parts) and, at the same time, score enough points to place among the anticipated number of candidates admitted to the respective programme or dual specialisation (refer to the admissions requirements applicable to the individual programmes); admissions will be granted to all applicants who score the same number of points as the applicant who comes in the last place in the ranking of admissions. In programmes and dual specialisation studies offered in both the full-time and combined forms, the anticipated number of admitted candidates is set separately for both forms. Applicants applying for programmes and dual specialisation studies where single curriculum study is not possible will only be admitted if they meet the set requirements for a minimum of two programmes or dual specialisation studies which can be freely combined (for more details, see sections 2.2 and 2.5 hereof) – this condition also applies to the programmes and dual specializations which do not have entrance examinations. The ranking of applicants to be admitted to programmes and dual specialisation studies where single curriculum study is not possible will also include applicants who place in the ranking in one programme or dual specialisation but fail to be admitted to at least one other programme or dual specialisation study which can be combined; therefore, the anticipated number of admitted candidates may remain unfilled. Interfaculty study programmes are only open to applicants who pass the entrance examination and are awarded the same or higher number of points as the last candidate in the ranking of candidates admitted to the respective programme in the regular admissions procedure, passing at the same time the entrance examination to the respective programme at the other of the two partner faculties. Candidates admitted to interfaculty study programmes are not included in the anticipated number of admitted candidates. Applicants admitted cannot be enrolled without submitting evidence of their prior education no later than on the enrolment day (see sections 5.4 and 5.5 hereof) – this condition also applies to the programmes and dual specializations which do not have entrance examinations.

    5.4 Applicants for bachelor’s programmes must prove their prior education by presenting a certified copy of their secondary school-leaving certificate (maturita). Applicants who have completed their secondary education outside the Czech Republic must, in addition, submit a document recognizing their certificate of foreign secondary education (unless stipulated otherwise by an international agreement). Applicants for post-bachelor (master’s) programmes who are not graduates of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, must prove their education by presenting a certified copy of their bachelor’s or master’s diploma. Applicants who are graduates of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, have their prior education verified by the Faculty’s Student Affairs Office. Applicants who have completed their bachelor’s or master’s study outside the Czech Republic must, in addition, submit documents recognizing their foreign university degree (unless stipulated otherwise by an international agreement).

    5.5 For the purposes of the admissions procedure at Charles University, applicants who have completed their previous secondary or tertiary education outside the Czech Republic may apply with the Faculty for recognition of their previous education (“nostrification”). For more detailed information, please refer to the Faculty’s web pages under Applicants (ff.cuni.cz/home/applicants/nostrification-diplomas/). A fee is charged for the recognition application; the fee is non-refundable, including cases of non-admission. The education recognition only applies to the admissions procedure at the relevant faculty of Charles University in the relevant academic year. Please note that the Faculty only considers nostrification requests filed by applicants who have successfully passed the entrance examination.

    5.6 Once the results have been announced via the Faculty’s online information system, non-admitted applicants will be sent a decision on non-admission by post (delivery to the addressee only). Applicants who have passed the entrance examination will be asked to enrol on a specified date. More details about enrolment will be published at the website of the Faculty’s Students Affairs Office (ff.cuni.cz/studium/), typically in May. During enrolment, applicants will first be asked to present documents proving their previous education (see sections 5.4 and 5.5 hereof). Upon presenting these documents, the applicant will obtain the admission decision and will then be enrolled. No applicant can be admitted for studies without submitting these documents. In justified cases (e.g. applicants for a post-bachelor (master’s) programme unable to enrol on the regular enrolment date due to a study stay abroad), an earlier date of enrolment may be permitted by the Dean of the Faculty. If an applicant gives their explicit approval in the application form, and unless they need the decision on admission in printed form (e.g. to obtain visas), the admission decision may be sent to them via the online information system, provided they have presented the Faculty with documents proving their previous education.

    5.7 Applicants who receive any of the above-mentioned documents after the regular enrolment date will be given an alternative enrolment date, no later than 30 September 2021. Applicants whose secondary school-leaving (maturita) examination has been scheduled for the autumn, applicants for master’s programmes who are scheduled to complete their bachelor’s degree between 1 and 30 September 2021, and applicants who have completed their previous education abroad and are required to have their diplomas recognized and validated will be given an alternative enrolment date, no later than 22 October 2021.


    6. Consultation of Examination Materials and Appeal Procedure

    6.1 Applicants are entitled to consult their entrance examination materials. The organisation and rules are stipulated by a Dean’s measure and will be published at the website ff.cuni.cz/home/applicants/.
    6.2 An applicant can appeal the Dean’s decision regarding the applicant’s admission/non-admission. The purpose of the appeal proceedings is to review the compliance of the admissions procedure with the Higher Education Act and the internal regulations of Charles University and the Faculty of Arts, Charles University. The appeal proceedings do not guarantee a certain number of vacancies for applicants appealing a decision. Therefore, the reasons for cancelling the appealed decision do not include the applicant’s motivation and interest in the discipline or the fact that the number of points scored by the applicant is immediately below the point threshold set for admission or the fact that vacancies remain because not all of the admitted applicants have enrolled.


    7. Supplementary Admissions Procedure

    7.1 Once the deadline for submitting applications expires, the Dean of the Faculty decided to announce a supplementary admissions procedure for some programmes. The requirements for the supplementary admissions procedure must be identical to these admissions requirements, except the set dates and the anticipated number of admitted candidates (see CU Code of Admissions Procedure, Article 8).

    7.2 The supplementary admissions procedure is separate. It follows that: (a) applicants may submit applications for programmes to which they applied already in the regular admissions procedure; (b) applicants for double curriculum study (dual specialisation study) may not combine a programme (dual specialisation) to which they were admitted following an entrance examination in the regular admissions procedure with a programme (dual specialisation) to which they were admitted following an entrance examination in the supplementary admissions procedure.
    Application form requisites: 2. Application for Studies

    2.1 Bachelor’s as well as post-bachelor (master’s) studies can be either single curriculum study (one programme) or double curriculum study (a combination of two programmes). The term “double curriculum study” refers to “a programme of study that allows acquiring comprehensive knowledge and skills from another programme of study” (refer to the CU Code of Admissions Procedure, Article 3, paragraph 1). Double curriculum study is a combination of one major (maior) curriculum and one minor curriculum.

    2.2 Each programme offered by the Faculty falls into one of the following three categories (refer to the admissions requirements applicable to the individual programme):
    a) single curriculum study – a programme which can only be studied independently; it cannot be studied in combination with another programme in a double curriculum study;
    b) double curriculum study – a programme which can only be studied in combination with another programme in a double curriculum study; applicants can only be admitted if they meet – in the same admissions procedure – the admissions requirements applicable to a minimum of two programmes which can be combined;
    c) single curriculum and double curriculum study – a programme which can be studied either independently or in combination with another programme.
    Furthermore, some programmes offer dual specialisation study – a combination of two specialisations within one programme (see section 2.5 hereof).

    A bachelor’s programme in education can only be combined with another programme in education; the same limitation applies to master’s programmes in education. With all other programmes and dual specialisation studies at bachelor’s as well as post-bachelor (master’s) levels, there are typically no limitations to the combinations. Potential limitations may be specified in the admissions requirements applicable to the individual programme.

    2.3 Applicants for studies at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University can submit an unlimited number of applications. Each programme requires one separate application. Applicants applying for both the full-time and combined forms of the same programme must submit one application for each form of study. Applicants applying for programmes and dual specialisation studies not allowing single curriculum study must submit a minimum of one additional application for another programme or dual specialisation study which can be combined. Applicants who fail to submit the number of required applications will not be admitted.

    2.4 Applicants should not indicate in the application form which combination of programmes they intend to study. Applicants for programmes allowing single curriculum as well as double curriculum study should not indicate whether they intend to enrol in the programme in its single curriculum or double curriculum form. Applicants who are admitted to more than one programme or dual specialisation will make a binding decision during the enrolment as to which programme (or which combination of programmes or specialisations) they will study. Applicants who are admitted to a combination of two programmes (double curriculum study) will make a binding decision during the enrolment as to which programme they will study in the major (maior) curriculum form and which programme in the minor curriculum form.

    2.5 Some programmes are divided into specialisations. Where no specialisation is indicated, the respective programme is studied without specialisations. The admissions requirements applicable to the individual programme with specialisations always specify when the applicant is to make a binding choice of specialisation. With some programmes, applicants can only select one specialisation. Other programmes are divided into dual specialisations: these are specialisations which are to be studied in combination with another specialisation within the same programme. The following rules apply to these specialisations: each dual specialisation has its own anticipated number of admitted candidates (see below); each dual specialisation requires a separate application; applicants can submit applications to an unlimited number of dual specialisations (and, at the same time, to an unlimited number of programmes) and take the entrance examinations for all these programmes and specialisations; the points result is considered separately for each dual specialisation; the entrance examination for each dual specialisation results in a separate ranking of applicants; prospective students can study a combination of one specialisation of a programme with a different programme (double curriculum study), a combination of two specialisations within one programme (dual specialisation), or, if this is allowed by the admissions requirements, a programme with one specialisation (single curriculum study).

    2.6 Applicants who already are first-year students of Charles University’s Faculty of Arts may, under the conditions stipulated below, expand their studies by adding a new programme of the same type of study (bachelor’s or master’s) and form of study (full-time or combined). Option 1: the applicant is a first-year student in a single-curriculum programme which allows double-curriculum study. If this is the case, the applicant may apply for a programme allowing single-curriculum as well as double-curriculum study; if the applicant passes the entrance examination, they may apply, during the enrolment into the second year of study, to have their single-curriculum study expanded to double-curriculum study, with the original programme becoming maior and the new programme becoming minor. Option 2: the applicant is a first-year student in a double-curriculum programme (i.e. a combination of two programmes, a maior and a minor). If this is the case, the applicant may apply for a programme allowing single-curriculum as well as double-curriculum study; if the applicant passes the entrance examination, they may apply, during the enrolment into the second year of study, to have their existing minor programme terminated and the new programme added as a minor. The existing maior may not be changed.

    2.7 Applications are submitted electronically. The online application form will be available at http://is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky/. Applications for bachelor’s programmes must be submitted, via the online information system, and payments must be made by 11:59:59 p.m. on 28 February 2021; applications for post-bachelor (master’s) programmes must be submitted online and payments must be made by 11:59:59 p.m. on 31 March 2021. Once the application has been completed online, a six-digit code is generated for each application, which must be used as the specific symbol during the payment of the application fee (please refer to the above section Fees Related to the Admissions Procedure). No symbols are used when payment is made by card. Please note that, once the application has been completed, it must be submitted/sent through the information system in order to be valid. The applicant may monitor the submission and processing of the application and the payment of the fee in the application account; the login (e-mail and password) remain valid for the entire admissions procedure. Applicants are advised to use this account to monitor the examination procedure (dates of exams, results of each part of the exam etc.) and to submit basic requests (refer to sections 3.1 to 3.6 hereof). Applications must not be printed out and sent by post.

    2.8 The following documents should not be included in the application: school-leaving certificates (maturita), university degree diplomas, or any other written materials (coursework etc.). Evidence of previous education is to be presented only by successful applicants, during the enrolment (refer to sections 5.4 and 5.5 hereof). Materials documenting the applicants’ interests should only be presented where this is explicitly stipulated by the admissions requirements applicable to the individual programme, typically in the second round of the entrance examination or during the oral interview if this is the only part of the entrance examination.

    2.9 The application form can only be sent via the information system if completed properly. Applicants failing to document payment of the application fee will be notified by the Faculty and asked to remedy the shortcomings within an adequate time. Notifications are only sent online via the information system. If the shortcomings are not remedied by this deadline, the admissions procedure will be terminated. The application fee is not refunded.

    2.10 Information in the application may be altered by sending a request via the online information system (My applications/Requests/Other requests). The type and form of study as well as the programme may be changed no later than the application deadline for the respective type, form and programme. Personal data may be altered at any time.
    2.11 All stages of the admissions procedure can be monitored at is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky under My applications – i.e. submission of the application, exact dates of the entrance examinations, results of the first part of a two-part examination, total number of points obtained and the final results of the admissions procedure (admission/non-admission).

    Admission procedure specifications amended in relation to Covid–19:

    2. Application for Studies

    2.1 Bachelor’s, as well as post-bachelor (master’s) studies, can be either single curriculum study (one programme) or double curriculum study (a combination of two programmes). The term “double curriculum study” refers to “a programme of study that allows acquiring comprehensive knowledge and skills from another programme of study” (refer to the CU Code of Admissions Procedure, Article 3, paragraph 1). Double curriculum study is a combination of one major (maior) curriculum and one minor curriculum.

    2.2 Each programme offered by the Faculty falls into one of the following three categories (refer to the admissions requirements applicable to the individual programme):
    a) single curriculum study – a programme which can only be studied independently; it cannot be studied in combination with another programme in a double curriculum study;
    b) double curriculum study – a programme which can only be studied in combination with another programme in a double curriculum study; applicants can only be admitted if they meet – in the same admissions procedure – the admissions requirements applicable to a minimum of two programmes which can be combined;
    c) single curriculum and double curriculum study – a programme which can be studied either independently or in combination with another programme.
    Furthermore, some programmes offer dual specialisation study – a combination of two specialisations within one programme (see section 2.5 hereof).

    A bachelor’s programme in education can only be combined with another education programme; the same limitation applies to master’s programmes in education. With all other programmes and dual specialisation studies at bachelor’s as well as post-bachelor (master’s) levels, there are typically no limitations to the combinations. Potential limitations may be specified in the admissions requirements applicable to the individual programme.

    2.3 Applicants for studies at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University can submit an unlimited number of applications. Each programme requires one separate application. Applicants applying for both the full-time and combined forms of the same programme must submit one application for each form of study. Applicants applying for programmes and dual specialisation studies not allowing single curriculum study must submit a minimum of one additional application for another programme or dual specialisation study which can be combined. Applicants who fail to submit the number of required applications will not be admitted.

    2.4 Applicants should not indicate in the application form which combination of programmes they intend to study. Applicants for programmes allowing single curriculum, as well as double curriculum study, should not indicate whether they intend to enrol in the programme in its single curriculum or double curriculum form. Applicants who are admitted to more than one programme or dual specialisation will make a binding decision during the enrolment as to which programme (or which combination of programmes or specialisations) they will study. Applicants who are admitted to a combination of two programmes (double curriculum study) will make a binding decision during the enrolment as to which programme they will study in the major (maior) curriculum form and which programme in the minor curriculum form.

    2.5 Some programmes are divided into specialisations. Where no specialisation is indicated, the respective programme is studied without specialisations. The admissions requirements applicable to the individual programme with specialisations always specify when the applicant is to make a binding choice of specialisation. With some programmes, applicants can only select one specialisation. Other programmes are divided into dual specialisations: these are specialisations which are to be studied in combination with another specialisation within the same programme. The following rules apply to these specialisations: each dual specialisation has its own anticipated number of admitted candidates (see below); each dual specialisation requires a separate application; applicants can submit applications to an unlimited number of dual specialisations (and, at the same time, to an unlimited number of programmes) and take the entrance examinations for all these programmes and specialisations; the points result is considered separately for each dual specialisation; the entrance examination for each dual specialisation results in a separate ranking of applicants; prospective students can study a combination of one specialisation of a programme with a different programme (double curriculum study), a combination of two specialisations within one programme (dual specialisation), or if this is allowed by the admissions requirements, a programme with one specialisation (single curriculum study).

    2.6 Applicants who already are first-year students of Charles University’s Faculty of Arts may, under the conditions stipulated below, expand their studies by adding a new programme of the same type of study (bachelor’s or master’s) and form of study (full-time or combined). Option 1: the applicant is a first-year student in a single-curriculum programme that allows double-curriculum study. If this is the case, the applicant may apply for a programme allowing single-curriculum as well as double-curriculum study; if the applicant passes the entrance examination, they may apply, during the enrolment into the second year of study, to have their single-curriculum study expanded to double-curriculum study, with the original programme becoming maior and the new programme becoming minor. Option 2: the applicant is a first-year student in a double-curriculum programme (i.e. a combination of two programmes, a maior and a minor). If this is the case, the applicant may apply for a programme allowing single-curriculum as well as double-curriculum study; if the applicant passes the entrance examination, they may apply, during the enrolment into the second year of study, to have their existing minor programme terminated and the new programme added as a minor. The existing maior may not be changed.

    2.7 Applications are submitted electronically. The online application form will be available at http://is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky/. Applications for bachelor’s programmes must be submitted, via the online information system, and payments must be made by 11:59:59 p.m. on 28 February 2021, unless otherwise specified; applications for post-bachelor (master’s) programmes must be submitted online and payments must be made by 11:59:59 p.m. on 31 March 2021. Once the application has been completed online, a six-digit code is generated for each application, which must be used as the specific symbol during the payment of the application fee (please refer to the above section Fees Related to the Admissions Procedure). No symbols are used when payment is made by card. Please note that, once the application has been completed, it must be submitted/sent through the information system in order to be valid. The applicant may monitor the submission and processing of the application and the payment of the fee in the application account; the login (e-mail and password) remain valid for the entire admissions procedure. Applicants are advised to use this account to monitor the examination procedure (dates of exams, results of each part of the exam etc.) and to submit basic requests (refer to sections 3.1 to 3.6 hereof). Applications must not be printed out and sent by post.

    2.8 The following documents should not be included in the application: school-leaving certificates (maturita), university degree diplomas, or any other written materials (coursework etc.). Evidence of previous education is to be presented only by successful applicants, during the enrolment (refer to sections 5.4 and 5.5 hereof). Materials documenting the applicants’ interests should only be presented where this is explicitly stipulated by the admissions requirements applicable to the individual programme, typically in the second round of the entrance examination or during the oral interview if this is the only part of the entrance examination.

    2.9 The application form can only be sent via the information system if completed properly. Applicants failing to document payment of the application fee will be notified by the Faculty and asked to remedy the shortcomings within an adequate time. Notifications are only sent online via the information system. If the shortcomings are not remedied by this deadline, the admissions procedure will be terminated. The application fee is not refunded.

    2.10 Information in the application may be altered by sending a request via the online information system (My applications/Requests/Other requests). The type and form of study, as well as the programme, may be changed no later than the application deadline for the respective type, form and programme. Personal data may be altered at any time.
    2.11 All stages of the admissions procedure can be monitored at is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky under My applications – i.e. submission of the application, exact dates of the entrance examinations, results of the first part of a two-part examination, the total number of points obtained and the final results of the admissions procedure (admission/non-admission).
    Contact person: PhDr. Šárka Maun Kratinová
    Phone number: +420221619300
    E-mail address: prijimacky@ff.cuni.cz

    Charge for the admission procedure

    Charge for an on-line application: 820 and 410 CZK
    Note: CZK 820 per one application for programmes and dual specialisation studies allowing single curriculum study
    CZK 410 per one application for programmes and dual specialisation studies not allowing single curriculum study – a minimum of two applications must be submitted.
    Payment online, via bank transfer, bank deposit or in cash at the CU FA Cashier´s Office. The application fee must be paid separately for each application. The fee cannot be refunded at any stage of the admissions procedure.

    Other information

    Doors open day: 16 January 2021
    Information on the admission procedure: 1. General Information on the Admissions Procedure and Studies

    1.1 The admissions procedure is regulated by Articles 48 to 50 of Act no. 111/1998 Sb. – the Higher Education Act of the Czech Republic, as amended (the “Higher Education Act”); Articles 19 and 20 of the Constitution of Charles University, as amended; the Code of Admissions Procedure of Charles University, as amended (the “CU Code of Admissions Procedure”); Rector’s Measure no. 9/2020, the Admissions Procedure Schedule for the 2021/2022 Academic Year; these Admissions Procedure Requirements regulating studies at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University beginning in the 2021/2022 academic year, consisting of general regulations and specific requirements for the admissions procedure relating to study in the individual programmes (the “Admissions Procedure Requirements” or “these Requirements”); Dean’s Measure no. 4/2017 regulating the organisation of the admissions procedure at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, as amended; and the Dean’s measure regarding the time schedule of the admissions procedure, to be issued during the 2020/2021 academic year.

    1.2 A bachelor degree is normally studied for three years. Upon submitting and defending a bachelor’s thesis and passing the final state examination, the graduate is awarded the title of “bakalář” (Bc., bachelor of arts). A post-bachelor (master’s) degree is normally studied for two years. Upon submitting and defending a diploma thesis and passing the final state examination, the graduate is awarded the title of “magistr” (Mgr., master of arts).

    1.3 Each programme of study is taught by a department or institute of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University (the “Faculty of Arts, Charles University” or the “Faculty”), with some programmes administered by two or three departments or institutes. More detailed information for applicants (model tests, recommended reading lists, contacts) is available on the websites of the individual departments and institutes (please refer to ff.cuni.cz/home/about/departments/). Further details regarding studies at the Faculty, study regulations and, most importantly, the study plans of the accredited programmes are available at ff.cuni.cz/home/applicants/.


    3. Modifications, exemptions from entrance examinations, alternative dates of examination

    3.1 Applicants may be granted – upon request and under conditions specified below – an exemption from the entrance examination or a part thereof, a modified form of the entrance examination or an alternative date thereof. If the request is incomplete or fails to contain all the attachments required, the applicant will be notified by the Faculty and asked to remedy the shortcomings within an adequate time. If the shortcomings are not remedied by this deadline, the request will be declined.

    3.2 Exemptions from the entrance examination or a part thereof can only be granted where this is explicitly allowed by the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme. Requests for exemptions from the entrance examination should be submitted electronically, with the required attachments, through the online information system, under My applications (section Request). Unless stipulated otherwise by the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme, the request must be submitted by the application deadline applicable to the respective programme. The request for exemption must be accompanied by all the documents required by the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme. If the exemption is not granted, the applicant must take the entrance examination on the date specified by the invitation. The status and result of the request can be monitored in the online application under the respective request.

    3.3 Furthermore, exemptions from part of the entrance examination can be granted provided this option is explicitly stated in the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme. Applicants are not required to request an exemption; an exemption from the respective part of the examination is granted automatically to applicants who meet the set requirements (e.g. exemption from the second part applicable to applicants who score a set number of points in the first part). If one of the parts of a two-part exam is abandoned or if an applicant is granted an exemption from one part of a two-part examination, they will obtain the maximum number of points (50) for the respective part.

    3.4 Applicants with special educational needs may request to take a modified entrance examination. Such applicants must tick the appropriate box in the application form, requesting special treatment on the grounds of physical handicap, then select the relevant physical handicap and also specify, in the relevant column, the type of modification which they request. Where the entrance examination consists of two parts, applicants must specify whether modification is requested for the oral part, the written part, or both parts. At the same time, the applicant must attach to the application a scan copy of a specialist report (medical report, recommendation issued by a Pedagogical and Psychological Counselling Centre etc.). The request for modification must be submitted by the application deadline applicable to the respective programme.

    3.5 The Dean may grant a permission to take the entrance examination on an alternative date to applicants unable to take the examination on the regular date due to serious and duly justified reasons, relating to health in particular. The request for an alternative date should not be attached to the application; instead, it should only be submitted after the applicant receives an invitation to the regular date of the examination. Requests for an alternative date must be submitted via an online form to be found in the application account (please note that the request form will only be available once the dates of examinations have been published). Each programme or dual specialisation for which an applicant requests an alternative examination date requires a separate request, including in cases where the entrance examinations, or a part thereof, are identical or have the same validity. Requests for alternative dates of the second part of a two-part examination should only be submitted by applicants who have passed the first part. Requests for an alternative date must be submitted no later than three days after the date of the regular entrance examination. The applicant will be notified of the status of the request via the Student Information System; if the alternative date for the entrance exam is granted, it will be stipulated in the Student Information System where a new invitation will be available. Applicants who are not granted an alternative date will receive a written decision by post; in such cases, the regular date of examination is applicable.

    3.6 Regular study abroad as preparation for study at a higher education institution is an obligatory reason for granting an alternative date. Other types of requests are considered on an individual basis and the applicant has no automatic right to being granted an alternative date. Applicants who have been granted an alternative date for more than one examination are advised that there is no guarantee that the schedule of alternative dates will make it possible for them to take all the examinations; where this is not possible, the applicant must decide which examinations they prefer to take on the alternative date. No further alternative date is permissible.


    4. Entrance Examinations

    4.1 The Faculty of Arts sends to the applicant an invitation for the regular date of the entrance examination through the University’s online information system (under My applications) not later than 30 days before the date of the examination. If the Faculty sends an applicant an invitation for an alternative date of the entrance examination, this period may be shortened accordingly. Please review all the information in the invitation carefully, print out the invitation from the electronic system and bring it to the exam. When registering for each part of the entrance examination on the day it is held, applicants are required to present their identity documents. Applicants failing to prove their identity will not be allowed to take the examination.

    4.2 Different programmes of study normally require different forms of entrance examinations; where the examination, or part thereof, is identical for two or more programmes, this is specified in the admissions procedure requirements. Examinations either have one part – written or oral – or two parts. Two-part examinations always consist of a first part, which is a written test, and a second part in the form of an oral interview. Some programmes may also require testing of general study skills (please note that exclusively the Faculty’s own tests are used) or a language test. The written part may contain closed as well as open questions. Entrance examinations for programmes accredited to be taught in Czech are held in Czech; the test instructions and the oral interview are in Czech, unless foreign language skills are the skills tested in the examination. Unless stipulated otherwise in the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme, candidates are allowed to communicate in the Slovak language during the examination. Entrance examinations for programmes accredited to be taught in languages other than Czech are held in the accredited language of instruction.

    4.3 Applicants applying simultaneously for the full-time and combined forms of the same programme are required to take the entrance examination only once; their results will be recognized for both forms of study. Unless stipulated otherwise by the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme, the same applies to applicants applying for two or more programmes whose entrance examinations, or part thereof, are identical or have the same validity.

    4.4 The general requirements relating to entrance examinations are further specified in Dean’s Measure no. 4/2017, as amended. The specific form of the examinations, the anticipated number of admitted candidates and any additional requirements are specified in the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programmes.


    5. Entrance Examination Assessment and Decision on Admission to Study

    5.1 In entrance examinations consisting of one part, a maximum of 100 points can be awarded; in examinations consisting of two parts, a maximum of 50 points can be awarded in either part. You may continue to the second part of the exam if you have received at least 25 points in the first part; the results of the first part are available at is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky/ (after logging in under My applications). The Faculty of Arts, Charles University does not use any other ways to notify applicants of the results of the first part of the entrance examinations.

    5.2 The final results of the entrance examinations will be published no later than on 24 June 2021. Applicants should refer to the website is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky (under My applications) for the number of points awarded and the admission/non-admission status for each of their applications, using the login email address and password which they used when creating their online application. The Faculty will not inform applicants or any other persons of the results of other applicants. Only general information regarding the admissions procedure is announced on the Faculty’s notice board.

    5.3 An applicant is admitted if they are awarded a minimum of 50 points in the entrance examination (consisting of one part or two parts) and, at the same time, score enough points to place among the anticipated number of candidates admitted to the respective programme or dual specialisation (refer to the admissions requirements applicable to the individual programmes); admissions will be granted to all applicants who score the same number of points as the applicant who comes in last place in the ranking of admissions. In programmes and dual specialisation studies offered in both the full-time and combined forms, the anticipated number of admitted candidates is set separately for both forms. Applicants applying for programmes and dual specialisation studies where single curriculum study is not possible will only be admitted if they meet the set requirements for a minimum of two programmes or dual specialisation studies which can be freely combined (for more details, see sections 2.2 and 2.5 hereof). The ranking of applicants to be admitted to programmes and dual specialisation studies where single curriculum study is not possible will also include applicants who place in the ranking in one programme or dual specialisation but fail to be admitted to at least one other programme or dual specialisation study which can be combined; therefore, the anticipated number of admitted candidates may remain unfilled. Interfaculty study programmes are only open to applicants who pass the entrance examination and are awarded the same or higher number of points as the last candidate in the ranking of candidates admitted to the respective programme in the regular admissions procedure, passing at the same time the entrance examination to the respective programme at the other of the two partner faculties. Candidates admitted to interfaculty study programmes are not included in the anticipated number of admitted candidates. Applicants admitted cannot be enrolled without submitting evidence of their prior education no later than on the enrolment day (see sections 5.4 and 5.5 hereof).

    5.4 Applicants for bachelor’s programmes must prove their prior education by presenting a certified copy of their secondary school-leaving certificate (maturita). Applicants who have completed their secondary education outside the Czech Republic must, in addition, submit a document recognizing their certificate of foreign secondary education (unless stipulated otherwise by an international agreement). Applicants for post-bachelor (master’s) programmes who are not graduates of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, must prove their education by presenting a certified copy of their bachelor’s or master’s diploma. Applicants who are graduates of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, have their prior education verified by the Faculty’s Student Affairs Office. Applicants who have completed their bachelor’s or master’s study outside the Czech Republic must, in addition, submit documents recognizing their foreign university degree (unless stipulated otherwise by an international agreement).

    5.5 For the purposes of the admissions procedure at Charles University, applicants who have completed their previous secondary or tertiary education outside the Czech Republic may apply with the Faculty for recognition of their previous education (“nostrification”). For more detailed information, please refer to the Faculty’s web pages under Applicants (ff.cuni.cz/home/applicants/nostrification-diplomas/). A fee is charged for the recognition application; the fee is non-refundable, including cases of non-admission. The education recognition only applies to the admissions procedure at the relevant faculty of Charles University in the relevant academic year. Please note that the Faculty only considers nostrification requests filed by applicants who have successfully passed the entrance examination.

    5.6 Once the results have been announced via the Faculty’s online information system, non-admitted applicants will be sent a decision on non-admission by post (delivery to the addressee only). Applicants who have passed the entrance examination will be asked to enrol on a specified date. More details about enrolment will be published at the website of the Faculty’s Students Affairs Office (ff.cuni.cz/studium/), typically in May. During enrolment, applicants will first be asked to present documents proving their previous education (see sections 5.4 and 5.5 hereof). Upon presenting these documents, the applicant will obtain the decision on admission and will then be enrolled. No applicant can be admitted for studies without submitting these documents. In justified cases (e.g. applicants for a post-bachelor (master’s) programme unable to enrol on the regular enrolment date due to a study stay abroad), an earlier date of enrolment may be permitted by the Dean of the Faculty. If an applicant gives their explicit approval in the application form, and unless they need the decision on admission in printed form (e.g. for the purposes of obtaining visas), the decision on admission may be sent to them via the online information system, provided they have presented the Faculty with documents proving their previous education.

    5.7 Applicants who receive any of the above-mentioned documents after the regular enrolment date will be given an alternative enrolment date, no later than 30 September 2021. Applicants whose secondary school-leaving (maturita) examination has been scheduled for the autumn, applicants for master’s programmes who are scheduled to complete their bachelor’s degree between 1 and 30 September 2021, and applicants who have completed their previous education abroad and are required to have their diplomas recognized and validated will be given an alternative enrolment date, no later than 22 October 2021.


    6. Consultation of Examination Materials and Appeal Procedure

    6.1 Applicants are entitled to consult their entrance examination materials. The organisation and rules are stipulated by a Dean’s measure and will be published at the website ff.cuni.cz/home/applicants/.
    6.2 An applicant can appeal the Dean’s decision regarding the applicant’s admission/non-admission. The purpose of the appeal proceedings is to review the compliance of the admissions procedure with the Higher Education Act and the internal regulations of Charles University and the Faculty of Arts, Charles University. The appeal proceedings do not guarantee a certain number of vacancies for applicants appealing a decision. Therefore, the reasons for cancelling the appealed decision do not include the applicant’s motivation and interest in the discipline or the fact that the number of points scored by the applicant is immediately below the point threshold set for admission or the fact that vacancies remain because not all of the admitted applicants have enrolled.


    7. Supplementary Admissions Procedure

    7.1 Once the deadline for submitting applications expires, the Dean of the Faculty may decide to announce a supplementary admissions procedure for some programmes. The requirements for the supplementary admissions procedure must be identical to these admissions requirements, except the set dates and the anticipated number of admitted candidates (see CU Code of Admissions Procedure, Article 8).

    7.2 The supplementary admissions procedure is a separate procedure. It follows that: (a) applicants may submit applications for programmes to which they applied already in the regular admissions procedure; (b) applicants for double curriculum study (dual specialisation study) may not combine a programme (dual specialisation) to which they were admitted following an entrance examination in the regular admissions procedure with a programme (dual specialisation) to which they were admitted following an entrance examination in the supplementary admissions procedure.

    Admission procedure specifications amended in relation to Covid–19:
    1. General Information on the Admissions Procedure and Studies

    1.1 The admissions procedure is regulated by Articles 48 to 50 of Act no. 111/1998 Sb. – the Higher Education Act of the Czech Republic, as amended (the “Higher Education Act”); Articles 19 and 20 of the Constitution of Charles University, as amended; the Code of Admissions Procedure of Charles University, as amended (the “CU Code of Admissions Procedure”); Rector’s Measure no. 9/2020, the Admissions Procedure Schedule for the 2021/2022 Academic Year; these Admissions Procedure Requirements regulating studies at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University beginning in the 2021/2022 academic year, consisting of general regulations and specific requirements for the admissions procedure relating to study in the individual programmes (the “Admissions Procedure Requirements” or “these Requirements”); Dean’s Measure no. 4/2017 regulating the organisation of the admissions procedure at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, as amended; and the Dean’s admission procedure measure regarding the time schedule of the admissions procedure, to be issued during the 2020/2021 academic year.

    1.2 A bachelor degree is normally studied for three years. Upon submitting and defending a bachelor’s thesis and passing the final state examination, the graduate is awarded the title of “bakalář” (Bc., bachelor of arts). A post-bachelor (master’s) degree is normally studied for two years. Upon submitting and defending a diploma thesis and passing the final state examination, the graduate is awarded the title of “magistr” (Mgr., master of arts).

    1.3 Each programme of study is taught by a department or institute of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University (the “Faculty of Arts, Charles University” or the “Faculty”), with some programmes administered by two or three departments or institutes. More detailed information for applicants (model tests, recommended reading lists, contacts) is available on the websites of the individual departments and institutes (please refer to ff.cuni.cz/home/about/departments/). Further details regarding studies at the Faculty, study regulations and, most importantly, the study plans of the accredited programmes are available at ff.cuni.cz/home/applicants/.

    3. Modifications, exemptions from entrance examinations, alternative dates of examination, videoconference

    3.1 Applicants may be granted – upon request and under conditions specified below – an exemption from the entrance examination or a part thereof, a modified form of the entrance examination or an alternative date thereof. If the request is incomplete or fails to contain all the attachments required, the applicant will be notified by the Faculty and asked to remedy the shortcomings within an adequate time. If the shortcomings are not remedied by this deadline, the request will be declined.

    3.2 Exemptions from the entrance examination or a part thereof can only be individually granted where this is explicitly allowed by the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme. Requests for exemptions from the entrance examination should be submitted electronically, with the required attachments, through the online information system, under My applications (section Request). Unless stipulated otherwise by the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme, the request must be submitted by the application deadline applicable to the respective programme. The request for exemption must be accompanied by all the documents required by the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme. If the exemption is not granted, the applicant must take the entrance examination on the date specified by the invitation. The status and result of the request can be monitored in the online application under the respective request.

    3.3 Furthermore, exemptions from part of the entrance examination can be individually granted provided this option is explicitly stated in the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme. Applicants are not required to request an exemption; an exemption from the respective part of the examination is granted automatically to applicants who meet the set requirements (e.g. exemption from the second part applicable to applicants who score a set number of points in the first part). If one of the parts of a two-part exam is abandoned or if an applicant is granted an exemption from one part of a two-part examination, they will obtain the maximum number of points (50) for the respective part.

    3.3a Some study programmes and dual specializations, where the number of applicants is smaller than the estimated number of accepted students, the Dean in accordance with Article 5, paragraph 4 of the Code of Admission Procedure, Charles University, generally drops the entrance examinations. To the studies these programmes and dual specializations will be accepted all applicants if they meet the following requirements (see 5.3–5.6): a) of programmes and dual specializations which does not allow single curriculum study: meet the set requirements to be accepted at least to one dual specialization or a programme that can be combined with other. b) of all programmes and dual specializations: submit proof of previous education at the enrolment in the study.

    3.4 Applicants with special educational needs may request to take a modified entrance examination. Such applicants must tick the appropriate box in the application form, requesting special treatment on the grounds of physical handicap, then select the relevant physical handicap and also specify, in the relevant column, the type of modification which they request. Where the entrance examination consists of two parts, applicants must specify whether a modification is requested for the oral part, the written part, or both parts. At the same time, the applicant must attach to the application a scanned copy of a specialist report (medical report, recommendation issued by a Pedagogical and Psychological Counselling Centre etc.). The request for modification must be submitted by the application deadline applicable to the respective programme.

    3.5 The Dean may grant permission to take the entrance examination on an alternative date to applicants unable to take the examination on the regular date due to serious and duly justified reasons, relating to health in particular. The request for an alternative date should not be attached to the application; instead, it should only be submitted after the applicant receives an invitation to the regular date of the examination. Requests for an alternative date must be submitted via an online form to be found in the application account (please note that the request form will only be available once the dates of examinations have been published). Each programme or dual specialisation for which an applicant requests an alternative examination date requires a separate request, including in cases where the entrance examinations, or a part thereof, are identical or have the same validity. Requests for alternative dates of the second part of a two-part examination should only be submitted by applicants who have passed the first part. Requests for an alternative date must be submitted no later than three days after the date of the regular entrance examination. The applicant will be notified of the status of the request via the Student Information System; if the alternative date for the entrance exam is granted, it will be stipulated in the Student Information System where a new invitation will be available. Applicants who are not granted an alternative date will receive a written decision by post; in such cases, the regular date of examination is applicable.

    3.6 Regular study abroad as preparation for study at a higher education institution is an obligatory reason for granting an alternative date. Other types of requests are considered on an individual basis and the applicant has no automatic right to being granted an alternative date. Applicants who have been granted an alternative date for more than one examination are advised that there is no guarantee that the schedule of alternative dates will make it possible for them to take all the examinations; where this is not possible, the applicant must decide which examinations they prefer to take on the alternative date. No further alternative date is permissible.

    3.7 Unless the conditions of admission procedure of the given programme state otherwise, the written entrance examination is held in-person. Regarding the oral examination, the director of the respective department or institution determines whether they will be held in-person (the applicant attends the examination personally) or remotely (the applicant attends a videoconference). At the in-person examination, there is at least one member of the committee present in-person; other members may join in via a videoconference. Even when it is determined that the examination is held in-person, the Dean may allow the applicant, based on a written request, an exam via a videoconference when they cannot attend the entrance examination for compelling and documented reasons (residence or long-term stay abroad, serious medical reasons, mandatory quarantine, travel restrictions decreed by the Government). The request can be submitted at prijimacky@ff.cuni.cz or via the admission application ten days prior to the regular date at the latest.

    4. Entrance Examinations

    4.1 The Faculty of Arts sends to the applicant an invitation for the regular date of the entrance examination through the University’s online information system (under My applications) not later than 15 days before the date of the examination. If the Faculty sends an applicant an invitation for an alternative date of the entrance examination, this period may be shortened accordingly. Please review all the information in the invitation carefully, print out the invitation from the electronic system and bring it to the exam. When registering for each part of the entrance examination on the day it is held, applicants are required to present their identity documents. Applicants failing to prove their identity will not be allowed to take the examination.

    4.2 Different programmes of study normally require different forms of entrance examinations; where the examination, or part thereof, is identical for two or more programmes, this is specified in the admissions procedure requirements. The entrance examination can be written, oral or evaluation of submitted materials and can have either one or two parts. Oral examinations of some programmes will be held remotely via a videoconference; some programmes have a remote written examination, either using email communication or Moodle system. Some programmes may also require testing of general study skills (please note that exclusively the Faculty’s own tests are used) or a language test. The written part may contain closed as well as open questions. Entrance examinations for programmes accredited to be taught in Czech are held in Czech; the test instructions and the oral interview are in Czech, unless foreign language skills are the skills tested in the examination. Unless stipulated otherwise in the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme, candidates are allowed to communicate in the Slovak language during the examination. Entrance examinations for programmes accredited to be taught in languages other than Czech are held in the accredited language of instruction.

    4.3 Applicants applying simultaneously for the full-time and combined forms of the same programme are required to take the entrance examination only once; their results will be recognized for both forms of study. Unless stipulated otherwise by the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programme, the same applies to applicants applying for two or more programmes whose entrance examinations, or part thereof, are identical or have the same validity.

    4.4 The general requirements relating to entrance examinations are further specified in Dean’s Measure no. 4/2017, as amended. The specific form of the examinations, the anticipated number of admitted candidates and any additional requirements are specified in the admissions requirements applicable to the respective programmes.


    5. Entrance Examination Assessment and Decision on Admission to Study

    5.1 In entrance examinations consisting of one part, a maximum of 100 points can be awarded; in examinations consisting of two parts, a maximum of 50 points can be awarded in either part. You may continue to the second part of the exam if you have received at least 25 points in the first part; the results of the first part are available at is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky/ (after logging in under My applications). The Faculty of Arts, Charles University does not use any other ways to notify applicants of the results of the first part of the entrance examinations.

    5.2 The final results of the entrance examinations will be published no later than 7 days after the final examination. Applicants should refer to the website is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky (under My applications) for the number of points awarded and the admission/non-admission status for each of their applications, using the login email address and password which they used when creating their online application. The Faculty will not inform applicants or any other persons of the results of other applicants. Only general information regarding the admissions procedure is announced on the Faculty’s notice board.

    5.3 An applicant is admitted if they are awarded a minimum of 50 points in the entrance examination (consisting of one part or two parts) and, at the same time, score enough points to place among the anticipated number of candidates admitted to the respective programme or dual specialisation (refer to the admissions requirements applicable to the individual programmes); admissions will be granted to all applicants who score the same number of points as the applicant who comes in the last place in the ranking of admissions. In programmes and dual specialisation studies offered in both the full-time and combined forms, the anticipated number of admitted candidates is set separately for both forms. Applicants applying for programmes and dual specialisation studies where single curriculum study is not possible will only be admitted if they meet the set requirements for a minimum of two programmes or dual specialisation studies which can be freely combined (for more details, see sections 2.2 and 2.5 hereof) – this condition also applies to the programmes and dual specializations which do not have entrance examinations. The ranking of applicants to be admitted to programmes and dual specialisation studies where single curriculum study is not possible will also include applicants who place in the ranking in one programme or dual specialisation but fail to be admitted to at least one other programme or dual specialisation study which can be combined; therefore, the anticipated number of admitted candidates may remain unfilled. Interfaculty study programmes are only open to applicants who pass the entrance examination and are awarded the same or higher number of points as the last candidate in the ranking of candidates admitted to the respective programme in the regular admissions procedure, passing at the same time the entrance examination to the respective programme at the other of the two partner faculties. Candidates admitted to interfaculty study programmes are not included in the anticipated number of admitted candidates. Applicants admitted cannot be enrolled without submitting evidence of their prior education no later than on the enrolment day (see sections 5.4 and 5.5 hereof) – this condition also applies to the programmes and dual specializations which do not have entrance examinations.

    5.4 Applicants for bachelor’s programmes must prove their prior education by presenting a certified copy of their secondary school-leaving certificate (maturita). Applicants who have completed their secondary education outside the Czech Republic must, in addition, submit a document recognizing their certificate of foreign secondary education (unless stipulated otherwise by an international agreement). Applicants for post-bachelor (master’s) programmes who are not graduates of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, must prove their education by presenting a certified copy of their bachelor’s or master’s diploma. Applicants who are graduates of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, have their prior education verified by the Faculty’s Student Affairs Office. Applicants who have completed their bachelor’s or master’s study outside the Czech Republic must, in addition, submit documents recognizing their foreign university degree (unless stipulated otherwise by an international agreement).

    5.5 For the purposes of the admissions procedure at Charles University, applicants who have completed their previous secondary or tertiary education outside the Czech Republic may apply with the Faculty for recognition of their previous education (“nostrification”). For more detailed information, please refer to the Faculty’s web pages under Applicants (ff.cuni.cz/home/applicants/nostrification-diplomas/). A fee is charged for the recognition application; the fee is non-refundable, including cases of non-admission. The education recognition only applies to the admissions procedure at the relevant faculty of Charles University in the relevant academic year. Please note that the Faculty only considers nostrification requests filed by applicants who have successfully passed the entrance examination.

    5.6 Once the results have been announced via the Faculty’s online information system, non-admitted applicants will be sent a decision on non-admission by post (delivery to the addressee only). Applicants who have passed the entrance examination will be asked to enrol on a specified date. More details about enrolment will be published at the website of the Faculty’s Students Affairs Office (ff.cuni.cz/studium/), typically in May. During enrolment, applicants will first be asked to present documents proving their previous education (see sections 5.4 and 5.5 hereof). Upon presenting these documents, the applicant will obtain the admission decision and will then be enrolled. No applicant can be admitted for studies without submitting these documents. In justified cases (e.g. applicants for a post-bachelor (master’s) programme unable to enrol on the regular enrolment date due to a study stay abroad), an earlier date of enrolment may be permitted by the Dean of the Faculty. If an applicant gives their explicit approval in the application form, and unless they need the decision on admission in printed form (e.g. to obtain visas), the admission decision may be sent to them via the online information system, provided they have presented the Faculty with documents proving their previous education.

    5.7 Applicants who receive any of the above-mentioned documents after the regular enrolment date will be given an alternative enrolment date, no later than 30 September 2021. Applicants whose secondary school-leaving (maturita) examination has been scheduled for the autumn, applicants for master’s programmes who are scheduled to complete their bachelor’s degree between 1 and 30 September 2021, and applicants who have completed their previous education abroad and are required to have their diplomas recognized and validated will be given an alternative enrolment date, no later than 22 October 2021.


    6. Consultation of Examination Materials and Appeal Procedure

    6.1 Applicants are entitled to consult their entrance examination materials. The organisation and rules are stipulated by a Dean’s measure and will be published at the website ff.cuni.cz/home/applicants/.
    6.2 An applicant can appeal the Dean’s decision regarding the applicant’s admission/non-admission. The purpose of the appeal proceedings is to review the compliance of the admissions procedure with the Higher Education Act and the internal regulations of Charles University and the Faculty of Arts, Charles University. The appeal proceedings do not guarantee a certain number of vacancies for applicants appealing a decision. Therefore, the reasons for cancelling the appealed decision do not include the applicant’s motivation and interest in the discipline or the fact that the number of points scored by the applicant is immediately below the point threshold set for admission or the fact that vacancies remain because not all of the admitted applicants have enrolled.


    7. Supplementary Admissions Procedure

    7.1 Once the deadline for submitting applications expires, the Dean of the Faculty decided to announce a supplementary admissions procedure for some programmes. The requirements for the supplementary admissions procedure must be identical to these admissions requirements, except the set dates and the anticipated number of admitted candidates (see CU Code of Admissions Procedure, Article 8).

    7.2 The supplementary admissions procedure is separate. It follows that: (a) applicants may submit applications for programmes to which they applied already in the regular admissions procedure; (b) applicants for double curriculum study (dual specialisation study) may not combine a programme (dual specialisation) to which they were admitted following an entrance examination in the regular admissions procedure with a programme (dual specialisation) to which they were admitted following an entrance examination in the supplementary admissions procedure.
    Application form requisites: 2. Application for Studies

    2.1 Bachelor’s as well as post-bachelor (master’s) studies can be either single curriculum study (one programme) or double curriculum study (a combination of two programmes). The term “double curriculum study” refers to “a programme of study that allows acquiring comprehensive knowledge and skills from another programme of study” (refer to the CU Code of Admissions Procedure, Article 3, paragraph 1). Double curriculum study is a combination of one major (maior) curriculum and one minor curriculum.

    2.2 Each programme offered by the Faculty falls into one of the following three categories (refer to the admissions requirements applicable to the individual programme):
    a) single curriculum study – a programme which can only be studied independently; it cannot be studied in combination with another programme in a double curriculum study;
    b) double curriculum study – a programme which can only be studied in combination with another programme in a double curriculum study; applicants can only be admitted if they meet – in the same admissions procedure – the admissions requirements applicable to a minimum of two programmes which can be combined;
    c) single curriculum and double curriculum study – a programme which can be studied either independently or in combination with another programme.
    Furthermore, some programmes offer dual specialisation study – a combination of two specialisations within one programme (see section 2.5 hereof).

    A bachelor’s programme in education can only be combined with another programme in education; the same limitation applies to master’s programmes in education. With all other programmes and dual specialisation studies at bachelor’s as well as post-bachelor (master’s) levels, there are typically no limitations to the combinations. Potential limitations may be specified in the admissions requirements applicable to the individual programme.

    2.3 Applicants for studies at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University can submit an unlimited number of applications. Each programme requires one separate application. Applicants applying for both the full-time and combined forms of the same programme must submit one application for each form of study. Applicants applying for programmes and dual specialisation studies not allowing single curriculum study must submit a minimum of one additional application for another programme or dual specialisation study which can be combined. Applicants who fail to submit the number of required applications will not be admitted.

    2.4 Applicants should not indicate in the application form which combination of programmes they intend to study. Applicants for programmes allowing single curriculum as well as double curriculum study should not indicate whether they intend to enrol in the programme in its single curriculum or double curriculum form. Applicants who are admitted to more than one programme or dual specialisation will make a binding decision during the enrolment as to which programme (or which combination of programmes or specialisations) they will study. Applicants who are admitted to a combination of two programmes (double curriculum study) will make a binding decision during the enrolment as to which programme they will study in the major (maior) curriculum form and which programme in the minor curriculum form.

    2.5 Some programmes are divided into specialisations. Where no specialisation is indicated, the respective programme is studied without specialisations. The admissions requirements applicable to the individual programme with specialisations always specify when the applicant is to make a binding choice of specialisation. With some programmes, applicants can only select one specialisation. Other programmes are divided into dual specialisations: these are specialisations which are to be studied in combination with another specialisation within the same programme. The following rules apply to these specialisations: each dual specialisation has its own anticipated number of admitted candidates (see below); each dual specialisation requires a separate application; applicants can submit applications to an unlimited number of dual specialisations (and, at the same time, to an unlimited number of programmes) and take the entrance examinations for all these programmes and specialisations; the points result is considered separately for each dual specialisation; the entrance examination for each dual specialisation results in a separate ranking of applicants; prospective students can study a combination of one specialisation of a programme with a different programme (double curriculum study), a combination of two specialisations within one programme (dual specialisation), or, if this is allowed by the admissions requirements, a programme with one specialisation (single curriculum study).

    2.6 Applicants who already are first-year students of Charles University’s Faculty of Arts may, under the conditions stipulated below, expand their studies by adding a new programme of the same type of study (bachelor’s or master’s) and form of study (full-time or combined). Option 1: the applicant is a first-year student in a single-curriculum programme which allows double-curriculum study. If this is the case, the applicant may apply for a programme allowing single-curriculum as well as double-curriculum study; if the applicant passes the entrance examination, they may apply, during the enrolment into the second year of study, to have their single-curriculum study expanded to double-curriculum study, with the original programme becoming maior and the new programme becoming minor. Option 2: the applicant is a first-year student in a double-curriculum programme (i.e. a combination of two programmes, a maior and a minor). If this is the case, the applicant may apply for a programme allowing single-curriculum as well as double-curriculum study; if the applicant passes the entrance examination, they may apply, during the enrolment into the second year of study, to have their existing minor programme terminated and the new programme added as a minor. The existing maior may not be changed.

    2.7 Applications are submitted electronically. The online application form will be available at http://is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky/. Applications for bachelor’s programmes must be submitted, via the online information system, and payments must be made by 11:59:59 p.m. on 28 February 2021; applications for post-bachelor (master’s) programmes must be submitted online and payments must be made by 11:59:59 p.m. on 31 March 2021. Once the application has been completed online, a six-digit code is generated for each application, which must be used as the specific symbol during the payment of the application fee (please refer to the above section Fees Related to the Admissions Procedure). No symbols are used when payment is made by card. Please note that, once the application has been completed, it must be submitted/sent through the information system in order to be valid. The applicant may monitor the submission and processing of the application and the payment of the fee in the application account; the login (e-mail and password) remain valid for the entire admissions procedure. Applicants are advised to use this account to monitor the examination procedure (dates of exams, results of each part of the exam etc.) and to submit basic requests (refer to sections 3.1 to 3.6 hereof). Applications must not be printed out and sent by post.

    2.8 The following documents should not be included in the application: school-leaving certificates (maturita), university degree diplomas, or any other written materials (coursework etc.). Evidence of previous education is to be presented only by successful applicants, during the enrolment (refer to sections 5.4 and 5.5 hereof). Materials documenting the applicants’ interests should only be presented where this is explicitly stipulated by the admissions requirements applicable to the individual programme, typically in the second round of the entrance examination or during the oral interview if this is the only part of the entrance examination.

    2.9 The application form can only be sent via the information system if completed properly. Applicants failing to document payment of the application fee will be notified by the Faculty and asked to remedy the shortcomings within an adequate time. Notifications are only sent online via the information system. If the shortcomings are not remedied by this deadline, the admissions procedure will be terminated. The application fee is not refunded.

    2.10 Information in the application may be altered by sending a request via the online information system (My applications/Requests/Other requests). The type and form of study as well as the programme may be changed no later than the application deadline for the respective type, form and programme. Personal data may be altered at any time.
    2.11 All stages of the admissions procedure can be monitored at is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky under My applications – i.e. submission of the application, exact dates of the entrance examinations, results of the first part of a two-part examination, total number of points obtained and the final results of the admissions procedure (admission/non-admission).

    Admission procedure specifications amended in relation to Covid–19:

    2. Application for Studies

    2.1 Bachelor’s, as well as post-bachelor (master’s) studies, can be either single curriculum study (one programme) or double curriculum study (a combination of two programmes). The term “double curriculum study” refers to “a programme of study that allows acquiring comprehensive knowledge and skills from another programme of study” (refer to the CU Code of Admissions Procedure, Article 3, paragraph 1). Double curriculum study is a combination of one major (maior) curriculum and one minor curriculum.

    2.2 Each programme offered by the Faculty falls into one of the following three categories (refer to the admissions requirements applicable to the individual programme):
    a) single curriculum study – a programme which can only be studied independently; it cannot be studied in combination with another programme in a double curriculum study;
    b) double curriculum study – a programme which can only be studied in combination with another programme in a double curriculum study; applicants can only be admitted if they meet – in the same admissions procedure – the admissions requirements applicable to a minimum of two programmes which can be combined;
    c) single curriculum and double curriculum study – a programme which can be studied either independently or in combination with another programme.
    Furthermore, some programmes offer dual specialisation study – a combination of two specialisations within one programme (see section 2.5 hereof).

    A bachelor’s programme in education can only be combined with another education programme; the same limitation applies to master’s programmes in education. With all other programmes and dual specialisation studies at bachelor’s as well as post-bachelor (master’s) levels, there are typically no limitations to the combinations. Potential limitations may be specified in the admissions requirements applicable to the individual programme.

    2.3 Applicants for studies at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University can submit an unlimited number of applications. Each programme requires one separate application. Applicants applying for both the full-time and combined forms of the same programme must submit one application for each form of study. Applicants applying for programmes and dual specialisation studies not allowing single curriculum study must submit a minimum of one additional application for another programme or dual specialisation study which can be combined. Applicants who fail to submit the number of required applications will not be admitted.

    2.4 Applicants should not indicate in the application form which combination of programmes they intend to study. Applicants for programmes allowing single curriculum, as well as double curriculum study, should not indicate whether they intend to enrol in the programme in its single curriculum or double curriculum form. Applicants who are admitted to more than one programme or dual specialisation will make a binding decision during the enrolment as to which programme (or which combination of programmes or specialisations) they will study. Applicants who are admitted to a combination of two programmes (double curriculum study) will make a binding decision during the enrolment as to which programme they will study in the major (maior) curriculum form and which programme in the minor curriculum form.

    2.5 Some programmes are divided into specialisations. Where no specialisation is indicated, the respective programme is studied without specialisations. The admissions requirements applicable to the individual programme with specialisations always specify when the applicant is to make a binding choice of specialisation. With some programmes, applicants can only select one specialisation. Other programmes are divided into dual specialisations: these are specialisations which are to be studied in combination with another specialisation within the same programme. The following rules apply to these specialisations: each dual specialisation has its own anticipated number of admitted candidates (see below); each dual specialisation requires a separate application; applicants can submit applications to an unlimited number of dual specialisations (and, at the same time, to an unlimited number of programmes) and take the entrance examinations for all these programmes and specialisations; the points result is considered separately for each dual specialisation; the entrance examination for each dual specialisation results in a separate ranking of applicants; prospective students can study a combination of one specialisation of a programme with a different programme (double curriculum study), a combination of two specialisations within one programme (dual specialisation), or if this is allowed by the admissions requirements, a programme with one specialisation (single curriculum study).

    2.6 Applicants who already are first-year students of Charles University’s Faculty of Arts may, under the conditions stipulated below, expand their studies by adding a new programme of the same type of study (bachelor’s or master’s) and form of study (full-time or combined). Option 1: the applicant is a first-year student in a single-curriculum programme that allows double-curriculum study. If this is the case, the applicant may apply for a programme allowing single-curriculum as well as double-curriculum study; if the applicant passes the entrance examination, they may apply, during the enrolment into the second year of study, to have their single-curriculum study expanded to double-curriculum study, with the original programme becoming maior and the new programme becoming minor. Option 2: the applicant is a first-year student in a double-curriculum programme (i.e. a combination of two programmes, a maior and a minor). If this is the case, the applicant may apply for a programme allowing single-curriculum as well as double-curriculum study; if the applicant passes the entrance examination, they may apply, during the enrolment into the second year of study, to have their existing minor programme terminated and the new programme added as a minor. The existing maior may not be changed.

    2.7 Applications are submitted electronically. The online application form will be available at http://is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky/. Applications for bachelor’s programmes must be submitted, via the online information system, and payments must be made by 11:59:59 p.m. on 28 February 2021, unless otherwise specified; applications for post-bachelor (master’s) programmes must be submitted online and payments must be made by 11:59:59 p.m. on 31 March 2021. Once the application has been completed online, a six-digit code is generated for each application, which must be used as the specific symbol during the payment of the application fee (please refer to the above section Fees Related to the Admissions Procedure). No symbols are used when payment is made by card. Please note that, once the application has been completed, it must be submitted/sent through the information system in order to be valid. The applicant may monitor the submission and processing of the application and the payment of the fee in the application account; the login (e-mail and password) remain valid for the entire admissions procedure. Applicants are advised to use this account to monitor the examination procedure (dates of exams, results of each part of the exam etc.) and to submit basic requests (refer to sections 3.1 to 3.6 hereof). Applications must not be printed out and sent by post.

    2.8 The following documents should not be included in the application: school-leaving certificates (maturita), university degree diplomas, or any other written materials (coursework etc.). Evidence of previous education is to be presented only by successful applicants, during the enrolment (refer to sections 5.4 and 5.5 hereof). Materials documenting the applicants’ interests should only be presented where this is explicitly stipulated by the admissions requirements applicable to the individual programme, typically in the second round of the entrance examination or during the oral interview if this is the only part of the entrance examination.

    2.9 The application form can only be sent via the information system if completed properly. Applicants failing to document payment of the application fee will be notified by the Faculty and asked to remedy the shortcomings within an adequate time. Notifications are only sent online via the information system. If the shortcomings are not remedied by this deadline, the admissions procedure will be terminated. The application fee is not refunded.

    2.10 Information in the application may be altered by sending a request via the online information system (My applications/Requests/Other requests). The type and form of study, as well as the programme, may be changed no later than the application deadline for the respective type, form and programme. Personal data may be altered at any time.
    2.11 All stages of the admissions procedure can be monitored at is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky under My applications – i.e. submission of the application, exact dates of the entrance examinations, results of the first part of a two-part examination, the total number of points obtained and the final results of the admissions procedure (admission/non-admission).

    Ph.D. study programmes

    Contact person: Mgr. Renata Haklová
    Phone number: +420221619333
    E-mail address: prijimacky@ff.cuni.cz

    Charge for the admission procedure

    Charge for an on-line application: 720 CZK
    Note: Payment can be made online, via bank transfer, bank deposit or in cash at the Cashier’s Office, Charles University’s Faculty of Arts (http://www.ff.cuni.cz/home/about/faculty-administration/finance-office/).

    Each application carries its own six-digit code and the administrative fee must be paid separately for each application, using the relevant variable and specific symbols. The fee cannot be refunded at any stage of the admissions procedure.

    Other information

    Doors open day: 16 January 2021
    Information on the admission procedure: 1. General Information on the Admissions Procedure and Studies

    1.1 The admissions procedure is regulated by Articles 48 to 50 of Act no. 111/98 Sb., on institutions of higher education and on changes and amendments to other acts, as amended (the “Higher Education Act”); Articles 19 and 20 of the Constitution of Charles University, as amended; the Code of Admissions Procedure of Charles University, as amended (the “CU Code of Admissions Procedure”); Rector’s Measure no. 9/2020, the Admissions Procedure Schedule for the 2021/2022 Academic Year; these Admissions Procedure Requirements regulating studies at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University for studies beginning in the academic year 2021/2022: PhD studies, consisting of general terms as well as field-specific requirements for the admissions procedure for the specific programmes of study (the “Admissions Procedure Requirements”); Dean’s Measure no. 4/2017 regulating the organization of the admissions procedure at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, as amended; and the Dean’s measure regarding the time schedule of the admissions procedure to be issued during the 2020/2021 academic year.

    1.2 The standard length of PhD studies is four years, or, in exceptional cases, three years (see the requirements for each programme of study). Students follow their individual study plans and graduate by defending their PhD dissertation and passing the final PhD state examination. Graduates are awarded the title of “doctor” (PhD). More details on PhD studies at CU FA, the study regulations, and study plans for all of the accredited programmes of study are available at ff.cuni.cz/home/applicants/phd-programmes/ or on the web pages of the respective departments and institutes of the Faculty.

    3. Alternative Dates, Video Conference

    3.1 Upon the written request of an applicant, the Dean may permit an alternative entrance examination date, for an applicant unable to take the entrance examination on a regular date due to serious and duly justified reasons, relating to health in particular. The request for an alternative date should not be attached to the application; instead, it should only be submitted after the applicant receives an invitation to the regular date of the examination. Requests for an alternative date are to be submitted via an online form on the website prijimacky.ff.cuni.cz. Requests for an alternative date must be submitted no later than three days after the date of the regular entrance examination. The applicant will be notified of the status of the request via the Student Information System; if the alternative date for the entrance exam is granted, it will be stipulated in the Student Information System. Applicants who are not granted an alternative date will receive a written decision by post; in such cases, the regular date of examination is applicable.

    3.2 Upon recommendation of the chair of the study-area board, the Dean may permit an examination in the form of a video conference upon the written request of an applicant if the applicant is unable to take the examination for serious and duly justified reasons (permanent residence or long-term stay abroad, serious illness, compulsory quarantine, travel restrictions imposed by national authorities). The request must be received by the Student Admissions Office, Faculty of Arts, Charles University via the online information system (https://is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky/) no later than 10 days before the regular date of the examination.


    4. Entrance Examination

    4.1 In accordance with Article 4(5) of the CU Code of Admissions Procedure, applicants will receive an invitation to the entrance examination via the University’s online Information System no later than 30 days prior to the date of the examination.
    4.2 If not otherwise stated in the programme requirements, the entrance exam is a single round, oral examination. The purpose is to examine subject-related knowledge and aptitude for independent research in the chosen field. The examination includes a discussion on the submitted dissertation proposal. Unless stipulated otherwise, the entrance examination is held in Czech or Slovak in accordance with the accreditation of the programme of study or in one of the major world languages in accordance with the entrance exam requirements of the respective department. In philological PhD programmes, the entrance examination committee may require that part of the interview be conducted in the respective language.
    4.3 The general requirements relating to entrance examinations are further specified in Dean’s Measure no. 4/2017, as amended. The specific form of the examinations, the expected number of admissions, and additional terms are specified in the admissions procedure requirements applicable to the individual programmes of study.


    5. Entrance Examination Assessment and Admission to Studies

    5.1 The maximum score an applicant can receive is 60 points. The total score consists of points awarded in the individual parts of the examination. Unless specified otherwise by the entrance examination requirements for the respective programme of study, the allocation of points for the individual parts of the examination is as follows: discussion of the dissertation proposal (0–30 points); assessment of the applicant’s previous research and academic activities (0–15 points); knowledge of subject-related literature (0–15 points).

    5.2 The final results of the admissions procedure will be available no later than on 30 June 2021. Applicants should refer to the website at is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky/ (under My applications) for the number of points received and the admission/non-admission status for each of the applications that they submitted, using the e-mail address and password which they used when submitting the online application. The Faculty will not inform applicants or any other persons of the results of other applicants. Only general information on the admissions procedure is announced on the Faculty’s notice board.

    5.3 An applicant can only be admitted if they are awarded a minimum of 30 points in the entrance examination and, at the same time, score enough points to place among the expected number of students admitted to the respective programme of study (see the Admissions Procedure Requirements applicable to the individual programmes of study); admissions will be granted to all applicants who score the same number of points as the applicant who comes in last place in the ranking of admissions. Please note that different expected numbers of admissions apply to full-time and combined forms of study. Applicants cannot be admitted without submitting evidence of their prior education no later than on the enrolment day (refer to 5.4 hereof).

    5.4 Applicants for doctoral programmes who have completed their previous education outside the Faculty of Arts, Charles University, must prove their education by presenting a certified copy of their master’s diploma. Applicants who are graduates of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University have their previous education verified by the Faculty’s PhD and Academic Qualifications Office. Applicants who have completed their master’s degree abroad must, in addition, submit documents recognizing and validating their foreign university degree (unless stated otherwise by an international agreement).

    5.5 For the purposes of the admissions procedure at Charles University, applicants who have completed their previous education outside the Czech Republic may apply with the Faculty for recognition of their previous education (“nostrification”). For more detailed information, please refer to the Faculty’s web pages under Applicants (ff.cuni.cz/home/applicants/nostrification-diplomas/). A fee is charged for the recognition application; the fee is non-refundable, including cases of non-admission. The education recognition only applies to the admissions procedure at the faculties of Charles University in the relevant academic year.

    5.6 Once the results have been announced via the Faculty’s online information system, applicants who have failed the entrance examination will be sent a decision on non-admission by post (delivery to the addressee only). Applicants who have passed the entrance examination will be asked to enrol on a specified date. During enrolment, they will first be asked to present documents proving their previous education (see section 5.4 hereof). Upon presenting these documents, the applicant will obtain the decision on admission and will then be enrolled. No applicant can be admitted for studies without submitting these documents. In justified cases (e.g. applicants unable to enrol on the regular enrolment date due to a study trip abroad), an earlier date of enrolment may be permitted by the Dean of the Faculty. If an applicant gives their explicit approval in the application form, the decision on admission may be sent to them via the online information system, provided they have presented the Faculty with documents proving their previous education.

    5.7 Applicants who receive any of the above-mentioned documents after the regular enrolment date will be given an alternative enrolment date, no later than 30 September 2021. Applicants who have completed their master’s degree abroad and need to have their diploma recognized and validated will be given an alternative enrolment date, no later than 22 October 2021.


    6. Consultation of Examination Materials and Appeal Procedure

    6.1 Applicants are entitled to consult their entrance examination materials (see Section 38 of the Administrative Code). The organization and rules are regulated by a Dean’s measure and will be published on the website prijimacky.ff.cuni.cz and are included in an attachment to the invitation.

    6.2 An applicant can appeal the Dean’s decision regarding the applicant’s admission/non-admission. The purpose of the appeal proceedings is to review the compliance of the admissions procedure with the Higher Education Act and the internal regulations of Charles University and the Faculty of Arts, Charles University. The appeal proceedings do not, therefore, guarantee a certain number of vacancies for applicants appealing a decision. Therefore, the reasons for cancelling the appealed decision do not include the applicant’s motivation and interest in the programme of study or the fact that the number of points scored by the applicant is immediately below the point threshold set for admission or the fact that vacancies remain because not all of the admitted applicants have enrolled.
    Application form requisites: 2. Application for Studies

    2.1 The Faculty of Arts, Charles University has begun phasing in new accreditations, in accordance with the regulations set out in the Higher Education Act. The offer of programmes starting in the 2021/2022 academic year only includes newly accredited programmes of study. All programmes of study are offered without specializations.

    2.2 Applications are submitted electronically. The online application form will be available at http://is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky/ from 1 December 2020. In the application, applicants must indicate the form of study (full-time, combined) and the name of the programme of study. Applications (including the required attachments) must be submitted online – and the fee must be paid by 11:59:59 p.m. on 30 April 2021. Once the application has been completed online, a six-digit code is generated for each application, which must be used as the specific symbol during the payment of the application fee. Please note that, once the application has been completed, it must be submitted by clicking on the “Send” button in order to be valid.

    2.3 The following attachments must be submitted as a part of the application:
    PhD dissertation proposal (3 to 5 print pages, unless specified otherwise by the entrance examination requirements for the respective programme of study) with the name of the academic who consulted the proposal with the applicant, curriculum vitae, bibliography relevant to the field of study, overview of academic achievements (publications, research, employment, etc.).

    Applicants must state their full name, the name of the programme of study, and the title of their dissertation proposal in the heading of the first page of each attachment.

    Applicants applying to any of the programmes of study accredited in languages other than Czech must submit their transcript of records in addition to the attachments above. Transcripts of records may be submitted in Czech, Slovak, English, or in the language in which the programme of study is accredited.

    2.4 Each attachment to the application must be uploaded as a separate PDF file. The application and attachments should not be printed or sent by post. Any documents supplied by the applicant at the examination to be considered in the admissions procedure (diploma theses and other documents as required by the respective programme) will be stored in a file and will not be returned to the applicant. Materials submitted for reference only will be returned to the applicant.

    2.5 Applicants must select a prospective supervisor from the list of supervisors relevant to their programme of study and indicate the supervisor’s name in the application. Applicants who are unsure of which supervisor to select are advised to select the chair of the subject-area board. The lists of supervisors for all programmes of study will be available at prijimacky.ff.cuni.cz. The choice of supervisor in the application form is preliminary and has no impact on the assessment during the entrance examination. The examining committee may propose a different supervisor following a discussion with the applicant.

    2.6 If specific topics or themes are proposed in the requirements for the admissions procedure, the applicant selects their dissertation topic from this list; if no topics are proposed, the applicant selects their own topic. The dissertation topic must be consulted in advance with the chair of the relevant study-area board or a contact person (see the requirements relating to each programme of study).

    2.7 Applicants failing to properly complete the application form or to document payment of the application fee will be notified by the Faculty and asked to remedy the shortcomings within an adequate time. If the shortcomings are not remedied by this deadline, the admissions procedure will be terminated. The application fee is not refunded.

    2.8 Applicants may use one PhD dissertation proposal to apply for one programme only. If applications are submitted by an applicant to more than one programme of study and the same dissertation proposal is attached, the proposal will be deemed to apply to the earliest submitted application. The applicant will be asked to supply a separate proposal for each of the other applications submitted. If the applicant fails to do this by the set deadline, the admissions procedures related to such applications will be terminated. Applicants intending to apply simultaneously for the full-time and combined forms of the same programme of study are advised to supply the identical dissertation project and the identical number of compulsory enclosures with both applications. Such applicants will take one entrance examination only and the result will apply for both admissions procedures. For programmes of study accredited at two faculties of Charles University, an application may be submitted to only one of the faculties; if an applicant submits their application to both faculties, the procedure for the application submitted later will be terminated.

    2.9 Information in the application may be altered by sending a request via e-mail to prijimacky@ff.cuni.cz. The form and/or programme of study may be changed no later than the application deadline for the respective form and programme of study. Personal data may be altered at any time.
    2.10 The applicant may monitor the application, the dates of the entrance examinations, the total number of points obtained, and the final results of the admissions procedure (admission/non-admission) at the address http://is.cuni.cz/studium/eng/prijimacky/ under My applications.

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    Programmes/Branches for this year

    Study programme Programme/Branch of study Form of study Type of study Language of instruction Standard length of study Status Note
    Adult Education and Personnel Management Adult Education and Personnel Management full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    English Language and Literature for Teacher Education English Language and Literature for Teacher Education full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    English and American Studies English and American Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Archaelogy of Prehistory and Middle Ages Archaelogy of Prehistory and Middle Ages full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Archive Studies and Auxiliary Historical Sciences Archive Studies and Auxiliary Historical Sciences full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Archive Studies and Auxiliary Historical Sciences Archive Studies and Auxiliary Historical Sciences combined Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Asian Studies Asian Studies with specialisation in Indology full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Asian Studies Asian Studies with specialisation in Indonesian Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Asian Studies Asian Studies with specialisation in Japanese Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Asian Studies Asian Studies with specialisation in Korean Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Asian Studies Asian Studies with specialisation in Mongolian Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Asian Studies Asian Studies with specialisation in Tibetan Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Middle Eastern Studies Middle Eastern Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Bohemistics for Foreigners Bohemistics for Foreigners full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Czech Language and Literature Czech Language and Literature full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Czech Language and Literature for Teacher Education Czech Language and Literature for Teacher Education full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    History of Art History of Art full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Theatre Studies Theatre Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Aesthetics Aesthetics full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Film Studies Film Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Philosophy Philosophy full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Phonetics Phonetics full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    French Studies French Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    French Language and Literature for Teacher Education French Language and Literature for Teacher Education full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Germanic and North European Studies Germanic and North European Studies with specialisation in Finnish Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Germanic and North European Studies Germanic and North European Studies with specialisation in German Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Germanic and North European Studies Germanic and North European Studies with specialisation in Scandinavian Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Hebrew and Jewish Studies Hebrew and Jewish Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Hispanian Studies Hispanian Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    History History full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    History – European Studies History – European Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    History for Teacher Education History for Teacher Education full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Musicology Musicology full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Information Studies and Librarianship Information Studies and Librarianship full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Information Studies and Librarianship Information Studies and Librarianship combined Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Italian Studies Italian Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Deaf Studies Deaf Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    South East European Studies South East European Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Classical Archaeology Classical Archaeology full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Latin Language and Literature for Teacher Education Latin Language and Literature for Teacher Education full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Logic Logic full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Intercultural Communication: Czech and German for Translation and Interpreting Intercultural Communication: Czech and German for Translation and Interpreting full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Intercultural Communication: Translation and Interpreting Intercultural Communication: Translation and Interpreting with specialisation in English for Translation and Interpreting full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Intercultural Communication: Translation and Interpreting Intercultural Communication: Translation and Interpreting with specialisation in French for Translation and Interpreting full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Intercultural Communication: Translation and Interpreting Intercultural Communication: Translation and Interpreting with specialisation in German for Translation and Interpreting full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Intercultural Communication: Translation and Interpreting Intercultural Communication: Translation and Interpreting with specialisation in Russian for Translation and Interpreting full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Intercultural Communication: Translation and Interpreting Intercultural Communication: Translation and Interpreting with specialisation in Spanish for Translation and Interpreting full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    German Language and Literature for Teacher Education German Language and Literature for Teacher Education full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    General Linguistics General Linguistics full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Education Education full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Education Education combined Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Political Science Political Science full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Luso-Brazilian Studies Luso-Brazilian Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Psychology Psychology full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Religious Studies Religious Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Russian Language and Literature Russian Language and Literature full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Russian Language for Teacher Education Russian Language for Teacher Education full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Greek and Latin Studies Greek and Latin Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Greek and Latin Studies Greek and Latin Studies with specialisation in Modern Greek Language and Literature full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Chinese Studies Chinese Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Social Work Social Work full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Sociology Sociology full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Comparative Linguistics Comparative Linguistics full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Central European Studies Central European Studies with specialisation in Hungarian Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Central European Studies Central European Studies with specialisation in Polish Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Central European Studies Central European Studies with specialisation in Romani Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Central European Studies Central European Studies with specialisation in Slovak Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Spanish Language and Literature for Teacher Education Spanish Language and Literature for Teacher Education full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Public Administration and Record Management Public Administration and Record Management full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    East European Studies East European Studies full-time Bachelor's Czech 3 year(s) Opened
    Adult Education and Personnel Management Adult Education and Personnel Management full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    English Language and Linguistics English Language and Linguistics full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Anglophone Literatures and Cultures Anglophone Literatures and Cultures full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Archaelogy of Prehistory and Middle Ages Archaelogy of Prehistory and Middle Ages full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Archive Studies and Auxiliary Historical Sciences Archive Studies and Auxiliary Historical Sciences full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Archive Studies and Auxiliary Historical Sciences Archive Studies and Auxiliary Historical Sciences combined Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Asian Studies Asian Studies with specialisation in Indology full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Asian Studies Asian Studies with specialisation in Japanese Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Asian Studies Asian Studies with specialisation in Korean Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Asian Studies Asian Studies with specialisation in Mongolian Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Asian Studies Asian Studies with specialisation in Tibetan Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Middle Eastern Studies Middle Eastern Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Bohemistics for Foreigners Bohemistics for Foreigners full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Czech Language – Specialization Studies Czech Language – Specialization Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Czech Language and Literature Czech Language and Literature full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    History of Art History of Art full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Theatre Studies Theatre Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Empirical and Comparative Linguistics Empirical and Comparative Linguistics full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Aesthetics Aesthetics full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Film Studies Film Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Philosophy Philosophy full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Phonetics Phonetics full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    French Studies French Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Germanic and North European Studies Germanic and North European Studies with specialisation in German Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Germanic and North European Studies Germanic and North European Studies with specialisation in Dutch Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Germanic and North European Studies Germanic and North European Studies with specialisation in Scandinavian Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Hispanian Studies Hispanian Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    History - Czech History in European Context History - Czech History in European Context full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    History – Economic and Social History History – Economic and Social History full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    History – General History History – General History full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Musicology Musicology full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Ibero-American Studies Ibero-American Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Information, media and book culture Information, media and book culture full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Information, media and book culture Information, media and book culture combined Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Italian Studies Italian Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    South East European Studies South East European Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Classical Archaeology Classical Archaeology full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Comparative Literature Comparative Literature full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Logic Logic full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) English 2 year(s) Opened
    Logic Logic full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    General Linguistics General Linguistics full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Education Education full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Education Education combined Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Political Theories Political Theories full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Translation Studies Translation Studies with specialisation in Translation Studies: Czech – English full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Translation Studies Translation Studies with specialisation in Translation Studies: Czech – French full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Translation Studies Translation Studies with specialisation in Translation Studies: Czech – German full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Translation Studies Translation Studies with specialisation in Translation Studies: Czech – Russian full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Translation Studies Translation Studies with specialisation in Translation Studies: Czech – Spanish full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Psychology Psychology full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Religious Studies Religious Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Russian Language and Literature Russian Language and Literature full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Greek and Latin Studies Greek and Latin Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Chinese Studies Chinese Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Social Education Social Education full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Social Education Social Education combined Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Social Work Social Work full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Sociology Sociology full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Central European Studies Central European Studies with specialisation in Hungarian Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Central European Studies Central European Studies with specialisation in Polish Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Central European Studies Central European Studies with specialisation in Slovak Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    New Media Studies New Media Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Interpreting Studies Interpreting Studies with specialisation in Interpreting : Czech – English full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Interpreting Studies Interpreting Studies with specialisation in Interpreting : Czech – French full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Interpreting Studies Interpreting Studies with specialisation in Interpreting : Czech – German full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Interpreting Studies Interpreting Studies with specialisation in Interpreting : Czech – Spanish full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Teacher Education of Czech Language and Literature for Upper Secondary Schools Teacher Education of Czech Language and Literature for Upper Secondary Schools full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Teacher Education of French Language and Literature for Upper Secondary Schools Teacher Education of French Language and Literature for Upper Secondary Schools full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Teacher Education of History for Upper Secondary Schools Teacher Education of History for Upper Secondary Schools full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Teacher Education of Latin Language and Literature for Upper Secondary Schools Teacher Education of Latin Language and Literature for Upper Secondary Schools full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Teacher Education of German Language and Literature for Upper Secondary Schools Teacher Education of German Language and Literature for Upper Secondary Schools full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Teacher Education of Russian Language for Upper Secondary Schools Teacher Education of Russian Language for Upper Secondary Schools full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Teacher Education of Spanish Language and Literature for Upper Secondary Schools Teacher Education of Spanish Language and Literature for Upper Secondary Schools full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Public Administration and Record Management Public Administration and Record Management full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    East European Studies East European Studies full-time Master's (post-Bachelor) Czech 2 year(s) Opened
    Slavic Philology Slavic Philology full-time doctoral Russian 4 year(s) Opened
    Slavic Philology Slavic Philology combined doctoral Russian 4 year(s) Opened
    Anglophone Literatures and Cultures Anglophone Literatures and Cultures full-time doctoral Czech 4 year(s) Opened
    Anglophone Literatures and Cultures Anglophone Literatures and Cultures combined doctoral Czech 4 year(s) Opened
    Anglophone Literatures and Cultures Anglophone Literatures and Cultures full-time doctoral English 4 year(s) Opened
    Anglophone Literatures and Cultures Anglophone Literatures and Cultures combined doctoral English 4 year(s) Opened
    Applied Linguistics for Language Teaching Applied Linguistics for Language Teaching full-time doctoral Czech 4 year(s) Opened
    Applied Linguistics for Language Teaching Applied Linguistics for Language Teaching combined doctoral Czech 4 year(s) Opened
    Archaeology of Prehistory and Middle Ages Archaeology of Prehistory and Middle Ages full-time doctoral Czech 4 year(s) Opened
    Archaeology of Prehistory and Middle Ages Archaeology of Prehistory and Middle Ages combined doctoral Czech 4 year(s) Opened
    Asian History and Culture Asian History and Culture combined doctoral English 4 year(s) Opened
    Auxiliary Historical Sciences Auxiliary Historical Sciences full-time doctoral English 4 year(s) Opened
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