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Application Procedure (Exchange and other non-degree students)

Erasmus+ Programme

To apply for an Erasmus stay at the Faculty of Humanities, CU you have to be enrolled at one of our partner universities.


Step 1: NOMINATION (contact your home Erasmus coordinator)

If you wish to come and study at the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, your home university must officially nominate you. In the first instance, you must therefore contact the ERASMUS coordinator at your home university.


Step 2: ON-LINE REGISTRATION

All nominees will receive an email with information regarding the application procedure and further information from the FHS International Office directly.

Please note it is obligatory to apply on-line within the CU Erasmus database.

On-line Registration is available on the following website:  https://is.cuni.cz/webapps/erasmus/


Step 3: DESIGN YOUR Learning Agreement

Information on course offerings is available at http://fhs.cuni.cz/FHSENG-350.html.


Step 4: Application Form and Learning Agreement APPROVAL

Once you have applied online, you will be able to print out your CU application form and Learning Agreement to be approved by your home university and CU.

We need to receive the forms signed by your home university within the deadlines below:

APPLICATION DEADLINES


Winter semester

(September - February)

June 15


Summer semester

(February - June)

October 31



Step 5: SENDING DOCUMENTS

Send the forms to the International Office at the Faculty of Humanities.


International Office

Faculty of Humanities

Charles University

U Kříže 8

158 00 Prague 5

Czech Republic


FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT the FHS INTERNATIONAL OFFICE at .


For general information for all Erasmus students coming to CU, you may visit the information website of the CU European Office.


Bilateral Agreements

In addition to the ERASMUS programme, FHS has several Inter-University & Faculty bilateral agreements with universities around the world.

  • Firstly, please contact the coordinator at your home university and check the details and conditions of the agreement.

  • For information on courses provided by the Faculty of Humanities, please consult the Courses section.

  • If applying within the Inter-University agreements, for information on the application procedure, please consult the website of the International Relations Department of the Rectorate of Charles University at http://www.cuni.cz/UKEN-179.html.

  • For the application procedure for Faculty bilateral agreements, please see information bellow.


FACULTY BILATERAL AGREEMENTS


APPLICATION DEADLINES

Winter semester

(September - February)


April 30 (students outside the EU and EEA countries)

June 15 (students within EU and EEA countries)


Summer semester

(February - June)


Septemeber 30 (students outside the EU and EEA countries)

October 31 (students within EU and EEA countries)


STEP 1 – NOMINATION (contact the coordinator at your home university)

If you wish to come and study at the Faculty of Humanities, Charles University, your home university must officially nominate you. In the first instance, therefore, you must contact the international coordinator at your home university.


STEP 2 – FILL IN THE PAPER APPLICATION (including your study plan)

The application form is available here.

Information on course offerings are available here.


STEP 3 – CONFIRMATION

The application is to be checked and confirmed (signed) by the relevant coordinators of your home university.


STEP 4 – SENDING DOCUMENTS

Send the application to the international office either at the Charles University or at the Faculty of Humanities:

International Office

Faculty of Humanities

Charles University

U Kříže 8

158 00 Prague 5

Czech Republic


FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT the FHS INTERNATIONAL OFFICE at .


Visiting MA / PhD students:

CEEPUS Free-mover scheme; International Visegrad Fund scholarship programme (IVF) and similar schemes

If you are intending to apply for a scholarship within these scholarship programmes, the Letter of Acceptance / Letter of Invitation from a prospective host institution is required.

In order to consider your enquiry, we need to receive your request for the Letter of Acceptance together with all the supporting documents well in advance before the application deadline of the respective scholarship programme.


MA students wishing to attend courses

(e.g. the Master´s scholarship within the IVF scholarship scheme)


  • STEP 1

    Submit the supporting documents below

Please submit a preliminary list of courses that you would like to attend during your stay, a Letter of Motivation and a Letter of Recommendation from your home university; in some cases we additionaly may ask for a proof of your English language proficiency.

Email scanned copies of the signed documents to the FHS International Office at: .


  • STEP 2

    Letter of Acceptance

We will issue the letter of acceptance once we have considered your preliminary list of courses as well as supporting documents for admission.


  • STEP 3

    If you are awarded with the scholarship you have applied for

You will be expected to complete and submit the FHS application form (available here) so that we are able to finalise the administration procedure related to your admission at the Faculty of Humanities (in some cases we additionally can also ask for a certificate of your curent enrollment at your home university).


PhD (MA) students aiming to pursue short-term study-research stays working on their research/dissertations

(e.g. the Post-Master´s Scholarship within the IVF scholarhip scheme)


  • STEP 1

    Search for a suitable department and academic advisor at FHS

First, you are expected to find an academic advisor (or department) at the Faculty of Humanities to consult your work's progress during your prospective stay.


Where to find a list of the FHS Departments and the academic staff?

You can visit the section Faculty Structure and Faculty Members for the full list of faculty departments, the full list of faculty member is available at the Faculty and Staff section.

By clicking on the particular name listed in the section Staff, you will get the list of courses taught by the particular teacher.

By viewing the subjects and descriptions there, you can get an idea what the academic interests of a particular teacher are. You may also access the e-mail addresses of the teachers through this website.


  • STEP 2

    Contact the teacher and provide them with your prospective study-research work plan at FHS


Contact then via e-mail with your enquiry to find out if they will be willing to supervise you during your stay.

In order to consider your inquiry, the teacher needs to receive your study-research work plan (study/research purpose at FHS), your CV including a list of publications, and a letter of recommendation issued by your supervisor or other member of the academic staff at your home university.

Please email a copy of this document to the International Office at . We recommend that you mention that you are applying to a particular scholarship scheme.


What type of information should your study-research work plan contain?

There should be a short description of your study-research project related to your dissertation, including the title of your dissertation, as well as the overall aims and objectives of your stay at FHS. The plan should also contain a list of the key issues to be addressed.


  • STEP 3

    If the teacher is willing to become your "academic advisor" at FHS, please ask them to confirm this via e-mail either to you or to the International Office.


  • STEP 4

    Letter of Acceptance

Once we receive an e-mail confirmation that the respective faculty member supports your study-research plan, we will process your inquiry further.


  • STEP 5

    If you are awarded with the scholarship you have applied for

You will be expected to complete and submit the FHS application form (available here) so that we are able to finalise the administration procedure related to your admission at the Faculty of Humanities (in some cases we additionally can also ask for a certificate of your current enrolment at your home university).


Czech Republic bilateral international agreements

This scheme offers scholarships that are designed for visiting university students, or graduates and Ph.D. candidates who wish to accomplish a study or research stay at one of the Czech public institutions of higher education. Its length usually ranges from 2 to 10 months depending upon the agreement made by the Czech government and the foreign government concerned, which specifies the categories of eligible recipients.


Information on application procedure as well as on the terms of this scholarship scheme is available at:

http://www.msmt.cz/eu-and-international-affairs/scholarships See the Scholarship section for the relevant academic year.


  • If you are intending to apply for a scholarship within this programme, the Letter of Acceptance / Letter of Invitation from a prospective host institution may be required.

    In order to consider your enquiry, we need to receive your request for the Letter of Acceptance together with all the supporting documents well in advance of the application deadline for the respective scholarship programme. For guidance on the steps to follow please consult the section above.




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