In the Summer 2021/22 semester, the Institute of Czech Studies offers Czech intensive A1/A2 language course (20 teaching hours a week).
In the Winter 2022/23 semester, the Institute of Czech Studies offers Czech intensive B1 language course (20 teaching hours a week) for continuing students.
In addition, 4 spots in the Czech Studies in-class semestral course were offered to freemovers from Ukrainian universities in A1 level. Organizational terms are to be found here. Link to monthly online payment is to be found here.
To apply for the scholarship, fill in the form here by April 20th 2022. Should you have any questions, reach out to Ukraine@ff.cuni.cz.
Students of Ukrainian universities interested in studying at the Faculty of Arts, Charles University as freemovers can apply here. You may enroll in the Czech Studies course with Ms. Renata Jamin, firstname.lastname@example.org.
A1: September 1, 2022 – January 31, 2023
B1: October 1 – December 31, 2022
May 1 – September 30, 2022
A1: Mon-Fri 9:00-12:15 (September 12 – December 9, 2022), room NP 122, lecturers: Jan Huleja, Sonja Vojvodić
B1: Mon-Fri, 15:50 – 19:00 (October 3-December 22, 2022), room NP 215, lecturers: Milan Hrdlička, Antoni Ludwicki
MONDAY – FRIDAY, 4 teaching hours (1TH = 45 mins) each day
(* The schedule may be a subject to change.)
In classrooms of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University in the center of Prague (close to Náměstí Republiky and Můstek metro stations)
20 teaching hours a week, 22 weeks
beginners (A1/A2), B1
minimum 10, maximum 15
Special price: 4.800 CZK/month, 24.000 CZK in total
Cash desk: Room 123 (1st floor, náměstí Jana Palacha 2, Prague 1)
|Monday, Tuesday and Thursday:||9.00–12.00 and 14.00–16.00|
|Wednesday||9.00–12.00 and 14.00–17.00|
Variable symbol: 618002 + your full name + Czech Studies
Class attendance is obligatory!
Classes begin at the time written on the schedule, please always arrive on time. Anyone arriving later than 15 minutes after the class starts will be considered absent.
In the event of an absence, the student must excuse themselves no later than by the beginning of the lesson, otherwise it is considered an unexcused absence. The student always announces an absence to their instructor. In the event of an absence of more than three days the student announces the absence to the course/programme administrator (Mgr. Ivana Skenderija, email@example.com)
If attendance in the course is lower than 70 % of the hourly composition of the course, the student will not be evaluated for this course and receive the mark N (unclassified).
If a student receives four unexcused absences (one absence = 90 minutes), the student is expelled from the programme without any entitlement to compensation of the course fee.
|4 and more unexcused absences||-> Expelled from the programme|
|Excused absences > 30%||-> Unclassified (N) in the specific topic|
|Excused absences > 50%||-> Unclassified (N) in the course|
|Short-term absence (1 to 2 days)||-> Announce absence to your instructor|
|Long-term absence (over 3 days)||-> Announce abscence to course/programme administrator firstname.lastname@example.org|