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6 May 2022

  1. Recommended rules for teaching


    Recommended rules for teaching (Hybrid Autumn 21/22) - also applies to spring


    Recommended rules for teaching (Hybrid Spring 21/22)

  2. Distance learning - karlovkaonline.cz/en/

  3. Current conditions for entry of our successful applicants and students to the territory of the Czechia (21. 2. 2022)

  4. Contacts

The holding of graduation ceremonies re-commenced from 1 March 2022. Graduation ceremonies scheduled for between 23 November 2021 and 28 February 2022 and which did not take place due to the decision of the Rector shall take place starting in mid-April 2022. Graduates who are affected by this will be informed by their faculties in good time.

Organisation of teaching and study (6. 5. 2022)

Charles University (CU) is closely monitoring the COVID-19 situation and is keeping the academic community continually informed with up-to-date information. CU is following, and will follow, the recommendations of the relevant state bodies and is prepared to react promptly to developments.

With effect from 14 March 2022 the obligation to wear a respirator in the interior of universities, as well as the obligation for employee testing at some healthcare and social providers, has been cancelled (based on MO MZDR 1520/2022-2/MIN/KAN from 9. 2. 2022).

From May 5 2022, the obligation to wear respiratory protection also ends in medical facilities (incl. Pharmacies) and social services facilities.

Students on foreign-language degree programmes

In order to allow all students to start their studies, we have facilitated remote registration through the Study Information System for applicants who have been accepted for study and cannot, for demonstrable, objective reasons, be physically present for registration. Applicants will be informed of this by their faculties.

Charles University shall issue the newly required document “Confirmation by entity from the Czech Republic receiving third-country nationals for the purpose of economic or educational activity”, which has been required of new applicants for study visas as of 13 July 2020, to successful applicants and send it together with other documents so that applicants have them prior to their interview at Czech embassies.

Lifelong learning courses

The conditions for participation in a lifelong learning course are identical to the conditions for participation in education, (point I/13) see above.

Dormitories and canteens

Accommodation in dormitories:

From 19 February the requirement to furnish proof of Covid status is cancelled.


From 10 February students are not required to provide proof of their Covid status on entering ca-tering facilities (canteens).

Issuing of CU ID cards

CU card issue centres continue to operate without restriction. The current opening hours of all centres are listed on the website. The main issuing centre at Celetná 13 has the option of a queuing ticket. The progress of the queue can then be followed online and outside the building premises at https://cuni.cz/UK-3249.html. The form of consultation depends on agreement between the advisor and the student.

CU Point Chill out zone

The Chill out zone at Celetná 13 is currently open to visitors.

Carolina Centre advisory centres

The psychological, social, legal and career advisory centres at the Carolina Centre continue to operate without restriction.

Training centres

The Charles University Training Centres shall be open from 10 May 2021.

Hostivař Sports Centre

The Hostivař Sports Center will open for practical tuition on 10 May, conditional on compliance with the relevant hygiene measures. In the event of any queries, please do not hesitate to contact the University at .

Current conditions for entry of our successful applicants and students to the territory of the Czechia (12. 4. 2022)

As of 9th April 2022, the protective measures regarding the conditions of entry into the Czech Republic in relation to the epidemic of covid-19 have been suspended. Entry into the Czech Republic is no longer subject to any special epidemiological conditions to prevent the spread of the disease. The entry-ban for foreigners from third-countries and the obligation to prove infection-free status have been lifted.


Important contacts

The e-mail address and +420 224 491 850 phone line (university infoline open Monday-Friday 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. have been set up for queries related to the coronavirus epidemic.

In the event of a significant deterioration of the situation in the Czech Republic, Charles University will follow the instructions and directives of the relevant state bodies.

Persons to contact at individual faculties and related offices at Charles University




Phone (+ 420)


Eva Procházková

737 272 242


Eva Svobodová

604 535 193


Jiří Navrátil

773 791 542


David Kohout

221 005 334


Eva Žáková

606 248 810


Milan Trojánek

728 417 055


Jiří Beneš

603 479 070


Dana Müllerová

606 369 999


Jiří Manďák

777 602 677


Hana Krieglerová

495 067 429


Kateřina Duspivová

Lenka Vlčková  

Lenka Doová

495 067 641

495 067 300

495 067 241



Karel Mozr

602 740 635


Tomáš Jančák

Dana Macharová

Dana Lanková

951 551 298

951 551 254

951 551 414


Tomáš Bederka

607 860 106


Ivana Kočová

725 243 170


Ondřej Blažek

Lukáš Budín

222 112 136

222 112 254


Radim Zelenka

603 170 774


Pavla Šínová

251 080 212


N Karolinum

Petr Valo

602 450 191


C Krystal

Renáta Sluková


603 385 146

Ú knihovna

Radka Římanová

603 912 002


Ondřej Rydval

601 301 247

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