For degree students (EN)

updated 10/9

According to the new regulation from the Czech government, the exemption from the prohibition of in-person participation in teaching only applies to medical faculties. Therefore, from Monday 12 October, until 25 October 2020 all teaching must take place remotely.

Teachers of classes exempted based on the previous regulation must inform students how the teaching will be organised during this period of tighter measures.

updated 10/5

Cancellation of graduation ceremonies

Due to the current development of the epidemic situation, all graduation ceremonies scheduled in October, including Bachelor’s (October 13 and 14), Master’s (October 16 and 20) and Doctoral (October 20) have been cancelled. Graduates will be informed by e-mail about the possibilities of collecting their diploma in the following days. They will also be informed of the alternative graduation ceremony date, which will be set as soon as the situation allows.

Issuance of CU ID cards

CU card issuing centers are operating without restrictions.

Please note that while waiting for the card to be issued, it is possible to pick up a serial ticket at the main card issuing center in Celetná 13 and monitor the order of numbers on the website outside the building.

When booking a counter for larger groups of foreign students, it is necessary to follow a pre-arranged procedure (eg division of the group into several smaller ones, Czech-speaking assistant, etc.).


This week, a decision will be made, based on the number of meals served and the expected occupancy of individual canteens, to close some kitchens and to deliver meals instead.


The required check-in date at the dormitories in Prague has been postponed to 1 November, 2020.

Students can move in at any time before then, as the reservation will remain valid until 1 November, 2020.

The accommodated person will start paying dormitory fees only after checking-in at the dormitory and signing the Accommodation Agreement.

Students who have already booked the date of checking-in can also postpone moving in. The reservation system for booking term of check-in will be restarted.

Students who moved into the dormitories after 14 September, 2020 and are not attending classes due to restrictions on in-person teaching in Prague and/or Pilsen, can terminate their stay, ie terminate the Accommodation Agreement without notice and penalties. A new reservation will be made for the student, valid from 1 November 2020 at the current dormitory. The deposit or dormitory fee paid will be transferred to the new valid reservation.

All outstanding payments to KaM UK have to be paid in order to terminate the Accommodation Agreement.

In case of further questions, please contact

updated 9/23

Enrolment possibilities for first-year bachelor and master students

In light of the rapid development and new measures related to coronavirus, the alternative enrolment date for first-year bachelor and master students, which was to take place on 30 September, 2020 is cancelled. It will be, however, possible to enrol on the 30th during the extended office hours of the study department, while following increased hygienic measures. Potential participants will receive detailed information via email by the end of this week. Future students who, for serious reasons (illness, quarantine, stay abroad) will not be able to enrol during extended office hours, will have the possibility of remote enrolment. More information on remote enrolment will be provided via e-mail, during the first half of next week.

updated 9/21

Following the Regulation of the Hygiene Station of City of Prague No. 12/2020, which prohibits the in-person participation of students in university teaching with effect from 21 September, 2020, we add the following instructions:

  • The beginning of distance learning requires an increase in communication between students and teachers, or Faculty, therefore we ask all students for active cooperation.
  • Students are required to check their contact e-mail address in the Study Information System (SIS), to which they will continuously receive information on the organization of studies in the winter semester. Keep this address up-to-date and check your incoming messages regularly.
  • Follow the information on the website and the websites of the individual departments regularly.
  • The academic year schedule remains valid. SIS will open for registration of winter semester subjects on 25 September, 2020 at 2.00 pm. The academic year will start on 1 October, 2020.
  • Unless otherwise stated in the course syllabus, the course will be taught remotely in the winter semester. The in-person form is possible only for courses which are exempted from the prohibition of physical presence in class (see the news from 18 September, 2020). This information will be clearly marked in the syllabus no later than 24 September before the opening of SIS for registration.
  • During the first week of the semester, students enrolled in the course will receive an e-mail with the introductory information for organization of the course and an electronic platform through which the teacher will communicate with them using the e-mail address specified in SIS.
  • Students will receive information about teachers‘ consultation hours and the options via which they can conduct consultations – electronic platform, by phone, etc.
  • Please note that the faculty has the obligation to register sick students and employees with covid-19, therefore we ask for your cooperation. If you become ill, report it immediately to the contact e-mail address

Coming to the Czech Republic

  • Currently, the Czech Republic is allowing entry from all EU countries and from third countries deemed to have a “low risk” of Covid-19 transmission. You can check which countries are currently considered “low-risk”on the Ministry of Health webpage:
  • If you are coming from a country on the “low-risk” list under the map above (unless your country is marked with an asterisk-*), then you can enter the Czech Republic without submitting a test or quarantine. This only applies if you have not visited any “high-risk” country in the 14 days before your arrival to Prague – for this reason we recommend that you avoid travelling outside the EU or to countries marked red on the map above in the 14 days before you come to the Czech Republic, if it can be avoided.
  • It is still possible to enter the Czech Republic from a “high-risk” country if you are an EU citizen or if you have a a visa for study in the Czech Republic or a residence permit in a country on the “low-risk” list, but it is necessary in this case to arrive with a negative Covid-19 test (less than 72 hours old) or pay to do one upon arrival.
    • If coming from a „high-risk“ country, it is necessary to announce your arrival on the following form:
    • The easiest way to get the first test is directly at the airport in Prague – further information and prices are listed here: Further tests can done at one of the medical faculties of Charles University (reduced price for Charles University students, only open on Mondays: or at various other places in the center of Prague. The following location is intended to serve visitors:

      Once you receive your test results, you must send them to the Prague Hygiene Station ( along with the following personal details: first name, last name, date of birth, date of arrival to Czech Republic, country from which you arrived, your address in Prague, and contact information (phone or e-mail or both). This should be done for the first time within 72 hours of your arrival, and then again 14 days later.
  • If you are a citizen of a „high-risk“ country coming to the Czech Republic from a low-risk country, it will not be necessary to submit testing upon arrival, but you will need to present either a visa for study in the Czech Republic or a residency permit in a „low-risk“ country (see list linked above) to enter the country.
  • More information about entering the country can be found here:

Accommodation at Charles University Dormitories

  • Measures taken to prevent the spread of the coronavirus and the rules for quarantine in the dormitories of Charles University are available here:

Rules at the Faculty of Arts

  • If you receive a positive test result for Covid-19, you are required to report it as soon as possible to the faculty by sending an e-mail to along with the following personal details: first name, last name, your student identification number (i.e. the number that is located under the photo on your ISIC/ID card).
  • It is now necessary to wear a face mask inside all faculty buildings. For this reason, we strongly recommend that you come to the Czech Republic with masks (ideally several reusable ones, made out of a material that can be washed in hot water). If you are unable to buy these in advance in your home country, it is possible to buy fabric masks in many small shops in Prague – but in that case you should at least have some disposable ones available for when you arrive. If you are feeling creative, are also numerous tutorials for making face masks (with or without sewing) on the internet.

Hybernská Counselling Center

Despite the restrictions resulting from the state of emergency, we would like to draw your attention to the services offered for students of the Faculty of Arts, Charles University at the Hybernská Counselling Center. In addition to social and legal counselling, psychological, professional or academic advising, we will also open several self-awareness and interactivegroups in the summer semester, which, among other things, focus on self-development, communication and self-awareness. If you are interested, you can find more detailed information on our website, or the Facebook profile of the Hybernská Counselling Center

Under the „services“ (“služby”) column you will find more detailed information and contacts.

The following groups are open for the WS 2020:

Interactive group using elements of art therapy 
Interactive group: Body and voice
Art therapy workshop
Workshop connecting art therapy and dance

In WS 2020, we will open new offerings including:

Supplemental academic skills course
Supplemental English language course

Support groups

Two support groups will open in WS 2020/2021. Both will run online.

– Support group for students who are parents

– Support group for those under 20 years old

Details and contact information for lecturers can be found on the PCH website under the “Services“ tab.

Supplemental academic skills course

The seminar is aimed at students of the Faculty of Arts, CU, who feel uncertainty as a result of the transition from high school to university and are having problems adapting to the new conditions and requirements. Primarily it focuses on new students at the Faculty, or onstudents in earlier years of study. The main goal of the course is to practice and master the basic skills and habits necessary for successful study at the university level.

Supplemental English language course

The supplemental A1 level English Language Course is one semester long and is divided into 13 blocks during the 13 weeks of semester teaching. It is intended for students with special educational needs who need to supplement knowledge of grammar or vocabulary in lower levels of A1. The course is not intended for complete beginners.

The conditions for the implementation of individual activities may change according to the development of the current situation and announced emergency measures.

In case of any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at

We hope that our services will support you in your personal and academic life!