Erasmus+

History and History Didactics Department has participated in the Erasmus programme since 2001. During this time, the department has shared several bilateral contracts and projects with Université de Perpignan and Nantes (France), Heinrich-Heine-Universität Düseldorf, Universität Mannheim, Ludwig-Maxmilian-Universität München and Goethe Universität in Frankfurt am Main (Germany), Uniwersytet Adama Mickiewicza v Poznani and Universytet Krakow (Poland), Univerzita Komenského v Bratislavě and Univerzita v Bánské Bystrici (Slovakia), Universität Wien (Austria), Univerza na Primorskem v Koperu and Univerza v Ljubljani (Slovenia), University of Newcastle upon Tyne (Great Britain).

Please find the actual information here. We are offering courses in English, German and French: detailed information on the programme at the Department in English, German, French.

Department coordinator: doc. PhDr. Jana Kepartová, CSc.
Consultation hours and contact see here.

The course catalogue for the upcoming semester will be available online approximately in August and January. It will, however, still be updated and new courses can still be added until the beginning of the semester. If you need to know what kind of courses are offered in order to fill your Learning Agreement before the new course catalogue is published, please use the one of the previous winter or summer semester, which will give you an idea of the course offer. Please keep in mind, however, that not all courses are offered every year/semester.

Students at the Charles University are creating their own timetables for each semester and are accustomed to working independently. Students will be enrolled in all the courses offered by the History & History Didactics Dpt. by Jana Kepartová (jana.kepartova@pedf.cuni.cz), in other courses by the relevant teacher. If the courses you listed in the Learning Agreement do not match the ones offered during your stay in Prague, you can change your Learning Agreement using the form „Changes to the Original Learning Agreement“.