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.15 June 2021
Based on the Czech government’s Emergency Measure, starting on 17 March 2021 employees shall not be admitted to workplaces without confirmation that they have tested negative for SARS-CoV-2. For this reason, Charles University is initiating the large-scale testing of its employees.15 June 2021
The International research Evaluation Board has completed its internal evaluation of research activity at CU. This is the first time that a Czech university has attempted, on its own initiative, to carry out such a comprehensive, critical and independent evaluation of its own research activity with the assistance of an international panel.23 April 2021
Belarusian opposition leader Sviatlana Tsikhanouskaya is on a four-day visit to the Czech Republic. The leader was invited to Prague by the speaker of the Senate, Miloš Vystrčil. On Monday afternoon, she and her team met for talks at Charles University. On the agenda: ways to help students and to support democracy in Belarus.8 June 2021
Are you a new Charles University employee from abroad and need some advice on moving to the Czech Republic? Or maybe you are our colleague from the university and are preparing to hire an employee from abroad at your workplace and are not sure what needs to be done before the person arrives.24 May 2021
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Are they opening a new interesting field of study? Does CU test foreign students for covid for free? Is there going to be a concert for Erasmus students? Are they preparing an interesting webinar on communication skills? We will be informed about all of that, and more.12 May 2021