Consolidated Rector's Directive No. 9/2014, as amended by Rector's Directives No. 17/2014 and No. 26/2017

Recommended assessment criteria for granting associate professorship and for the appointment of full professorship, and the minimum requirements for content of the justification to be drawn up by the associate professorship commission and by the commission in the full professorship appointment procedure, including determination of essential elements of Charles University documents to be submitted.

Article 1

Based on Articles 5, 15, and 19 of the Code of Procedure for the Granting of Associate Professorship and Full Professorship of Charles University, this directive sets out:

  a. 

recommended assessment criteria for the procedure of granting associate professorship and full professorship (“the Recommended Criteria”), and

  b. 

minimum requirements for the content of the justification to be drawn up by the associate professorship commission and by the commission in the full professorship appointment procedure, as well as essential elements of documents to be submitted, which particularise the assessment of scholarly and/or artistic qualifications, as well as the teaching competence of a candidate.

Article 2

  1. Recommended assessment criteria serve as grounds for the steps of associate professorship commissions (the procedure for the granting of associate professorship – “habilitation procedure”), and the steps of commissions in the full professorship appointment procedures.

  2. The task of the commissions is to assess the data submitted by a candidate at the time the procedure was commenced, as well as the candidate’s particular scholarly and pedagogical activities. In addition thereto, in its report, the commission in the full professorship appointment procedure must specifically mention acts and other reasons for which the candidate may be regarded as an internationally acclaimed researcher.

Article 3

Recommended assessment criteria are set out in Parts 1.1 – 1.4 of the attachment hereto, whereas:

  a. 

Part 1.1 of the attachment hereto sets out the generally applicable assessment criteria;

  b. 

Part 1.2 of the attachment thereto sets out the recommended assessment criteria for humanities, social sciences, and artistic-creative branches;

  c. 

Part 1.3 of the attachment hereto sets out the recommended assessment criteria for branches in natural sciences; and

  d. 

Part 1.4 of the attachment hereto sets out the recommended assessment criteria for branches in medicine.

Article 4

Minimum requirements for the content of the justification drawn up by an associate professorship commission and by a commission in the full professorship appointment procedure, as well as essential elements of documents to be submitted, which particularise the assessment of the candidate’s scholarly and/or artistic qualifications, and his/her teaching competence, are set out in Parts 2.1. – 2.6. of the attachment hereto, whereas:

  a. 

Part 2.1 of the attachment hereto sets out the minimum requirements for the justification of the opinion of the associate professorship commission;

  b. 

Part 2.2 of the attachment hereto sets out the requirements for data about a candidate in the habilitation procedure;

  c. 

Part 2.3 of the attachment hereto sets out the requirements for attachments to the documents submitted to the Rector’s Office of Charles University in connection with the habilitation procedures;

  d. 

Part 2.4 of the attachment hereto sets out the minimum requirements for the justification of the opinion of the commission in the full professorship appointment procedure;

  e. 

Part 2.5 of the attachment hereto sets out the requirements for data about a candidate of full professorship; and

  f. 

Part 2.6 of the attachment hereto sets out the requirements for attachments to the documents to be submitted to the Rector’s Office of Charles University in connection with the procedure for the appointment of full professorship.

Article 5

(Repealed)

Article 6

  1. This directive becomes effective on 1 February 2014.

  2. The Consolidated Rector’s Directive No. 9/2014, as amended by Rector’s Directives No. 17/2014 and No. 26/2017 becomes effective on 1 April 2017.





Prof. MUDr. Tomáš Zima, DrSc., MBA, m.p.







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