This website is intended for all students and staff of the Faculty of Humanities of Charles University and is intended to serve as a guide for important information in relation to current events in Ukraine. We will continuously supplement and update the content (last update: March 30, 2022).
Contact person: Mgr. Sára Černíková
Students and employees of the Faculty of Humanities, originally from Ukraine, or other persons, may contact this e-mail with questions or requests.
Admission to the Orientation course for the people affected by the war conflict in Ukraine has ended due to capacity reasons. If you have any questions, contact us at .
З огляду на заповненість курсу (Орієнтаційний курс для людей, які постраждали від війни в Українї) збір заяв було припинено. Якщо у вас виникли запитання, зв’яжіться з нами за адресою .
Ввиду заполненности Ориентационного курса для людей, пострадавших от военного конфликта в Украине, прием заявлений был закрыт. Если у вас есть какие-либо вопросы, свяжитесь с нами по адресу .
Charles University offers assistance to its Ukrainian students and academics and their families who are in danger in the current, unprecedented, and difficult situation and need any form of support in their time of need.
The website ukrajine.cuni.cz will serve as a signpost for all the assistance activities that the University can offer. There will be information helplines, psychological help etc.
The range of help options will continue to expand. All information on central and faculty assistance will be available on this website.
We, as Charles University, believe that at least in this way we can offer a helping hand to our students and their loved ones and alleviate the suffering that the Ukrainian people are currently experiencing.
prof. Milena Králíčková
Rector of Charles University
Charles University is ready to help all students who are impacted by the situation in Ukraine, whatever their nationality.
Hotline at Charles University: +420 771 234 704 (Hotline is available on weekdays Monday - Friday 8 a.m. – 5 p.m.).
You can also use a chat. Click on the button in the right corner at the website ukrajine.cuni.cz.
Helpline Against Hate at Charles University:
We do not support hate speech of any kind. We do not support any form of collective guilt.
If you experience inappropriate behaviour in relation to your person, please contact us via the form at the website https://ukrajine.cuni.cz/. We will get back to you to address the situation. Anonymous or in person, it's up to you.
Charles University will also provide financial support through the Charles University Endowment Fund. Get involved too! Financial assistance will be primarily aimed at helping our Ukrainian students, academics and staff.
Donations can be sent to the Charles University Endowment Fund bank account 556677359/0800.
Charles University offers help from her psychology students for students in crisis. You can contact them at the chat or by phone.
Telephone line in Czech, Ukrainian for students affected by events in Ukraine Mon-Fri (4 p.m. – 6 p.m.)., weekend 26. 2. – 27. 2. 4 p.m. – 6 p.m.:
Phone +420 771 234 706, +420 771 234 707
You can contact our students via chat, which you will find at the bottom left of the website https://ukrajine.cuni.cz/. You can write to us between 12 p.m. – 4 p.m.
The lines are functional from Monday to Friday.
It is also possible to visit the Carolina Center counseling center. E-mail
When: 2. 3. 2022
Where: První pluku 211, Prague - Karlín
Let's join in helping Ukraine, Ukrainians and Ukrainian women. They need our help right now! Volunteers are working at the humanitarian center in Florence to set up a housing center for refugees, to redistribute supplies to the frontline and to those currently streaming across the Slovak and Polish borders. Construction work, cleaning, moving belongings and other activities related to setting up rooms for the incoming refugees are underway. More information: https://www.facebook.com/events/641801783565270/