You may view the courses of the Faculty of Humanities in foreign languages via the links below in the FHS Courses Overview Section.
When designing your Learning Agreement, please consider the course offer available at the time of applying and note that it is subject to change, whilst the offer for the next academic year (semester) will be a modification of this one, some new courses may be introduced and some of the current courses may be discontinued. So please note that it is likely that you will need to make changes to your original Learning Agreement later during the add/drop period to courses depending on the up-to-date course offerings and timetable.
By clicking on the course title provided in the individual entry for each course listed in the overviews, you get a detailed course outline.
In addition to our regular BA and MA courses including Erasmus Mundus EuroPhilosophie courses, you may also consider courses provided by our partners (UPCES, CERGE-EI and CET). Please note, some specific enrolment requirements apply to both UPCES and CET courses (please see below).
BA courses are listed with YB....codes, while MA courses with YM.....codes.
Erasmus Mundus EuroPhilosophie Courses (in German and French)
For detailed information see Master Erasmus Mundus section.
UPCES Courses (Undergraduate Program in Central European Studies)
Exchange students can take up to 2 UPCES courses per semester in addition to the regular FHS courses depending on the available capacity.
When applying students can choose up to 2 UPCES courses, while indicating at least 5 additional regular FHS courses.
Due to very limited size of these courses, we are unable to guarantee the enrolment in the particular UPCES course you may suggest. For more detailed information on these courses see the Courses with partner institutions section.
CET Courses (undergaduate Central European Studies and Jewish Studies)
It is not possible to enrol these courses if you come just for a semester. These courses are available in spring semesters for those exchange students who are spending a full academic year at FHS only. Exchange students can take up to 2 CET courses per semester in addition to the regular FHS courses depending on the available capacity. For more detailed information on these courses see the Courses with partner institutions section.
For courses offered by other CU Faculties, you may search in the comprehensive Charles University course catalogue available in the Student Information System (SIS).
When searching the course catalogue, select the appropriate Faculty, Language (of instruction), and semester options.
Please consult How to Choose Courses section.