Erasmus+


Study at Charles University can be interesting for many reasons. Some of them probably made you visit this page and look for more information. If you want to enrich your life by experience in Central Europe, Charles University with its three seats Prague (14 faculties), Hradec Králové (2 faculties) and Pilsen (1 faculty) is an excellent place. You can choose from various courses in English, German, French and in Czech. The Czech Republic is a small country in the centre of Europe. Thanks to its location at the crossroads of various cultures, the Czech Republic has countless cultural and historical points of interest.


On these pages you will find everything you need to know about study at Charles University under the Erasmus+ programme:


Contacts

ON-LINE REGISTRATION; Deadlines

Courses in English, German & French

Accommodation

Arranging Your Arrival & Stay; Visa

After arrival: Student Cards

Academic Calendar

Prolongation of your study stay

Welfare; Students with Disabilities; Health; Studying Abroad with Children

Grading system

Some Useful Websites

Clubs & Societies; Volunteering

Erasmus Traineeship

International Credit Mobility

Staff Mobility; Staff Training Week


Erasmus Key Data

Information Arrival Sheet Prague 2018/2019

Information Arrival Sheet Pilsen 2018/2019

Information Arrival Sheet Hradec Králové 2018/2019


Since 1998, Charles University has been active in the Erasmus programme (former Socrates/Erasmus and LLP/Erasmus; now Erasmus+) with a steadily growing number of student and teacher exchanges. Today Charles University has signed over 2800 Inter-Institutional Agreements with about 1000 partner institutions.



You can find out more about Erasmus+ programme on the websites of the The Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) or the National Agency for European Educational Programmes.





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Charles University

Ovocný trh 5

Prague 1

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