Charles University


Select one or more of 90 online courses offered by Charles University and experience the 4EU+ virtual mobility!


List of courses

Here you can download the list of courses with more information and the possibility to filter.


Course title (click to see the course description and more information)

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Allergology

1

LFP

2

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Brain - mechanisms and pathophysiology of its higher functions

1

LFP

5

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Medical Ethics & Communication Skills

1

1LF

2

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Molecular imaging

1

LFP

2

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

OS - Dissection course – live stream of anatomical structures in cadaver

1

2LF

3

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

OS - Pathogenesis of Epilepsy

1

2LF

3

ENG

Selected chapters of immunopathological conditions

1

LFP

2

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Seminar: Longevity studies

1

FHS

0

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Sports Medicine

1

LFP

1

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Technical equipments in radiology, nuclear medicine and radiotherapy

1

LFP

2

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Ancient Ionia

2

FF

5

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Archaeology of Central Asia

2

FF

5

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Archaeology of production: methods and experience

2

FF

5

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Authority in education

2

PedF

2

ENG

MA

Colloquium Zurich – Prague. Arts and Politics

2

FF

5

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Comenius: Teacher of Nations

2

PedF

5

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Commercial Law and International Transactions

2

PF

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Computing in Education

2

PedF

6

ENG

BA

Computing in Education

2

PedF

6

ENG

MA

Contemporary Lithuanian Art

2

FF

6

ENG

MA

Critical Approaches to Mobility and Diversity Politics in Europe

FF

3

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Czech Culture through the Prism of Czech Humanists, Thinkers and Artists

2

FF

3

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Czech Media: Modern History

2

FSV

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Developing Interpreting Skills in the Era of Global Challenges

2

FF

4

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Equity in Education

2

PedF

6

ENG

BA

Equity in Education

2

PedF

6

ENG

MA

EU Migration Policies

2

FSV

6

ENG

MA

European and Czech Environmental Law and Policy

2

PF

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

European cultural heritage - music

2

PedF

5

ENG

BA

European cultural heritage - music

2

PedF

5

ENG

MA

Everyday Life Under Socialism: Strategies and Practices B

2

FF

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

French Literary Criticism II

2

FF

5

French

BA/MA/PhD

French Literature and Cinema

2

FF

5

French

BA/MA/PhD

Gender, Race and Religion in the Soviet Union

2

FF

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Highlights of Czech Theatre

2

FF

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Historical literacy and history teaching

2

PedF

5

ENG

MA

Historical literacy and history teaching

2

PedF

5

ENG

BA

History of Linguistics

2

FF

4

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Israeli Minorities: Ethnicity, Gender, and Religion

2

FF

5

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Literature for Children and Youth

2

PedF

6

German

MA

Literature for Children and Youth

2

PedF

6

German

BA

Literature of French-speaking world

2

PedF

4

French

MA

Media and migration

2

FSV

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Musicology at the Crossroads of Humanities

2

FF

4

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Out-of-Court Dispute Resolution

2

PF

3

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Prague German literature

2

PedF

5

German

MA

Prague German literature

2

PedF

5

German

BA

Quality in Education

2

PedF

6

ENG

BA

Quality in Education

2

PedF

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Race and Coloniality in Eastern Europe

2

FF

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Reading Europe from its East

2

FF

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Rebuilding Europe: Challenge of the Climate Change

2

FSV

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Revolution, Ukrainization, Famine, Terror and Struggle for Independence

2

FF

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Revolution, Ukrainization, Famine, Terror and Struggle for Independence A

2

FF

4

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

The Dissidents: Culture, Colonialism and Opposition in Ukraine (1953-1991) B

2

FF

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

The World of Television

2

FSV

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Understanding Modern Europe Through Metaphors: Analyzing Political Speeches

2

FF

4

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Analysis of matrix iterative methods - principles and interconnections

3

MFF

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Classical Problems of Continuum Mechanics

3

MFF

4

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Computer Solutions of Continuum Physics Problems

3

MFF

5

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Data Analytics for Students of Social Studies and Humanities

3

MFF

3

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Excellence-in-ReSTI Module 1 EU Policies

3

CPPT

2

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Excellence-in-ReSTI Module 2 Project Design

3

CPPT

2

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Excellence-in-ReSTI Module 3 Project Management

3

CPPT

2

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Excellence-in-ReSTI Module 4 Social Innovation

3

CPPT

2

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Excellence-in-ReSTI Module 5 Innovation in the Business Context

3

CPPT

2

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Finite Element Method 2

3

MFF

5

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Functional analysis for physicist

3

MFF

8

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Fundamentals of Discontinuous Galerkin Method

3

MFF

3

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Management of Science and Innovation 1

3

CPPT

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Mathematical Methods in Mechanics of Compressible Fluids

3

MFF

3

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Mathematical Theory of Navier-Stokes Equations

3

MFF

3

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Nonlinear Optical Spectroscopy

3

MFF

3

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Numerical Linear Algebra for Data Science and Informatics

3

MFF

5

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Parallel Matrix Computations

3

MFF

5

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Saddle Point Problems and Their Solution

3

MFF

5

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Selected Problems in Mathematical Modelling

3

MFF

3

ENG

MA

Seminar in Continuum Mechanics

3

MFF

2

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Simulation and Theory of Biological and Soft Matter Systems II - Interfaces, Self-Assembly and Networks

3

MFF

3

ENG

MA

Thermodynamics and Mechanics of Non-Newtonian Fluids

3

MFF

5

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Thermodynamics and Mechanics of Solids

3

MFF

5

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Image analysis and data processing in superresolution microscopy:  fairSIM and ThunderSTORM open source systems

4

PřF

2

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Proteins of Signaling Cascades

4

PřF

3

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Quantitative Microscopy

4

PřF

3

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Borders and International Migration

FSV

8

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Intermediate Latin II

FF

3

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Introductory Banking

FSV

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Introductory Latin Course II

FF

3

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Introductory reading of Latin medieval texts

FF

5

ENG

BA/MA/PhD

Political Strategy

FSV

6

ENG

BA/MA/PhD


Registration procedure

Each student from a partner university who wants to participate in virtual mobility at Charles University has to fill in the online application.


ONLINE APPLICATION FORM


The application is available between 24 January and 11 February.


Together with submitting the online application, the student is obliged to send the Transcript of Records (the official version) and the 4EU+ Learning Agreement (with the university stamp, electronic signatures/seals/stamps are accepted) to the email address 4euplus.mobility@ruk.cuni.cz. It also serves as a proof of their student status.


To finish the process, both documents and the online application have to be submitted, otherwise, the student can’t be accepted.


The system is first come, first served, but the lecturer and coordinator have the right to refuse students that don’t meet the conditions.


Each student can apply for up to two courses, but both has to be taught by the same faculty.


Accepted students are automatically enrolled in the CU Student Information System (SIS) and receive the login information. There is no need to enrol for the courses in the system.


Within five days after obtaining the login, the student has to change the generated password.


It is important to keep the login and the new password to access the SIS! There, students can find more information about the course, including the schedule, and see their study results. After completion of the course, the student can download the Transcript of Records with an electronic seal (the paper version is not provided anymore).


Important to note

  • The start dates of CU online courses may not correspond with the start of the teaching period at your home institution. Most of the CU online courses start in the weeks of 14 or 21 February.

  • Please check with an adviser at your home institution whether the course you have selected will be recognised in your programme as a core, optional or elective course. If the course cannot be recognised as part of your degree programme, you can still take it as a form of extracurricular activity.


Timeline

17 January

Publication of Charles University course catalogue

24 January - 11 February

Enrolment period

14 February

Semester at CU starts


Contact information

If you have any question, please write to .