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About the Faculty
Studying theology or social work in Prague
Study programmes at Bachelor level
Study programmes at Master level
Doctoral studies
Study programmes in English
One year/semester
Courses taught in English and German
All courses
Academic calendar
Czech language
Students with special needs
Visas and health insurance
Post-Doctoral Fellowship
Past conferences

Erasmus +

The Czech Republic has participated in the Erasmus programme of the European Union since 1998. Our Faculty has signed agreements on student exchanges as part of the Erasmus + programme with about 50 partner institutes of higher education - check the list Dokument ke stáhnutĂ­  here to see if your university has an Erasmus agreement with us. If you want to study theology or social work with us then you must first of all be nominated by your home university. Check with your Erasmus coordinator what you need to do to be nominated.

Odkaz v rámci dokumentu  Appplication procedure - general

Odkaz v rámci dokumentu  Application procedure – summary

Odkaz v rámci dokumentu  Language requirements

Odkaz v rámci dokumentu  Learning Agreement

Odkaz v rámci dokumentu  Courses

Odkaz v rámci dokumentu  Deadline for applications

Odkaz v rámci dokumentu  Academic calendar

Odkaz v rámci dokumentu  Orientation programmes

Odkaz v rámci dokumentu  Accommodation

Odkaz v rámci dokumentu  Visas and health insurance

Odkaz v rámci dokumentu  Further Information

Application procedure – general

The application process is organised centrally for all faculties through the Charles University Erasmus office (the European Office). You can find full details on their website ExternĂ­ odkaz  here. Below we give some additional information relating specifically to our Faculty.

Application procedure – summary

As you can see, once you have been nominated by your home university, the next step is to register online. On the basis of the information you give, the system will then automatically generate an Application Form, including the Learning Agreement, which you download, print, and sign, and have it signed and stamped by your Erasmus coordinator so we know you have been nominated by your university. Please send the form to the Office for International Relations at our faculty (see contact details below). You can send it by post or scanned in pdf format as an e-mail attachment. We will confirm it and send it on to the European Office. Our faculty does not require a Transcript of Academic Records from you.

Language requirements

Incoming students must be capable of studying in either English or Czech (or both). We sometimes offer one or two courses in German, but this is not enough for a full workload. We do not require a language certificate from you, but we expect you to have language skills equivalent to level B2 of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages.

Learning Agreement

The courses we will offer in the next academic year are not usually published until late July, so when filling in courses on the online registration form the best thing is to fill in courses we are teaching this year. Some courses are offered every year, while others may change, but the overall range of courses will be similar each year. It is also possible to choose courses offered by other faculties but we cannot guarantee 100% that you will be able to take them as they may be full with Erasmus students at that faculty or may clash with courses at the Protestant Theological Faculty. In any case you must choose at least 51% of your courses from the Protestant Theological Faculty. If your home university agrees, it is always possible to change your choice of courses later (for example after you arrive in Prague) and fill out a new Learning Agreement if necessary.


You can find

  • courses offered in English and German at the Protestant Theological Faculty in recent years ExternĂ­ odkaz  here

  • courses at other faculties in English, German, and French ExternĂ­ odkaz  here

  • all courses taught at all faculties (mostly in Czech) in the Student Information System (SIS - Charles University database of courses) ExternĂ­ odkaz  here

  • a guide to using SIS issued by the Arts Faculty Dokument ke stáhnutĂ­  here

Deadline for applications

  • 15 June for the winter semester

  • 31 October for the summer semester

The online registration application is usually open from 1 March till 15 June for those registering for the winter semester or the whole year, and again from 1 September till 31 October for those registering for the summer semester. Students coming for the summer semester can also register before 15 June if they need to for any reason.

Academic calendar

For information about the dates of the academic year, see Odkaz v rámci webu  here

Orientation programmes

The Office for International Relations at the Protestant Theological Faculty organises an orientation fortnight, including information about your stay in Prague, excursions to places of interest, and an optional introductory course to the Czech language, in the 2 weeks before the beginning of the winter semester (usually the last 2 weeks in September). Details will be sent when we receive your application form. There will be a shorter orientation programme before the summer semester.


You will be allocated a place in the University halls of residence if you ask for this in the online application. All rooms are shared between two students. Details, including prices, can be found on the website of Charles University European Office ExternĂ­ odkaz  here. More details will be sent to you with the letter of acceptance you receive from the European Office.

Places in the university halls of residence are allocated by Charles University European Office and all questions about this should be addressed to them at erasmus@ruk.cuni.cz

Of course if you prefer you can find your own accommodation. Unfortunately there is no university or faculty accommodation agency. There are many commercial agencies which can be found on the internet, but also, unfortunately, a few frauds, so be sensible. Alternatively you could stay in a hostel or other temporary accommodation to start with and look for more permanent accommodation after you arrive.

Visas and health insurance

Information is available Odkaz v rámci webu  here

Further information

You will receive further information from both Charles University European Office and the Protestant Theological Faculty Office for International Relations when they have received your application form. Information is also available on the internet:

  • Information about Erasmus at Charles University in general at the European Office's website: ExternĂ­ odkaz 

  • Specific information about the Protestant Theological Faculty at ExternĂ­ odkaz 

If you need to know anything else in the meantime we are of course happy to answer your questions. But to save time first please check the information above and the links we have given to make sure you cannot find the answers there. Otherwise contact:

Office for International Relations

Charles University, Protestant Theological Faculty

Cerna 9, P.O. Box 529,

CZ-11555 Prague 1, Czech Republic

Tel. (+420) 221 988 211 E-mail: intl@etf.cuni.cz

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