ONLINE COURSE OFFER FOR 4EU+ STUDENTS:
Winter Semester 2022
Select one or more of more than 70 online courses offered by Charles University and experience the 4EU+ virtual mobility!
List of courses
You can download the list with the full information here.
Advanced image analysis with focus on - ImageJ, Arivis Vision 4D, SVI Huygens
Algorithms for matrix iterative methods
Approximation of functions 1
Authority in education
Basics of Molecular Modelling of Drugs
Brain - mechanisms and pathophysiology of its higher functions
Classic works of mathematics education
Computing in Education
Czech Constitutional Law
Czech Culture through the Prism of Czech Humanists, Thinkers and Artists
Development of critical thinking in teaching French
Equity in Education
Ethics and Economics
Finite Element Method 1
Francophone Literatures - Literature of Quebec
French Literary Criticism I
Fundamentals of Law and Professional Ethics I
Head-Hunting, Cannibalism, and Colonialism in Oceania
High-Performance Computing for Computational Science
History of mathematical thinking
Human Rights: Justice, Reason, Intellect and Participation
Innovation in the Business Context
Intellectual Property Law
Intermediate Latin I
Introduction into Central European Legal Culture
Introductory Latin Course I
Israeli Minorities: Ethnicity, Gender, and Religion
Jewish history and literature through the prism of translation
Late Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Thought
Literature for Children and Youth
Mathematical Methods in Mechanics of Solids
Molecular Probes in Biomedical Imaging
Moving pictures and the Balkans - Yugoslav Cinema
Multiculturality in Education
Natural Resources Law
Numerical Optimization Methods 1
Numerical Software 1
Philosophy and Medicine
Pragmatics in Czech
Quality in Education
Regularity of solutions of Navier-Stokes equations
Seminar in Continuum Mechanics
Seminar: Longevity studies
Simulation and Theory of Biological and Soft Matter Systems I - Biopolymers, Ions and Small Molecules
Soil mechanics I
South Slavic Women Writers in Prague and Czech culture (Zofka Kveder and Julka Chlapec Djordjević)
Studies of the ICC Case-Law
Technical equipments in radiology, nuclear medicine and radiotherapy
The Archaeology of Religion
The Prague School
The World of Documentary Film
Theology of Education
Theory of Mixtures
Each student from a partner university who wants to participate in virtual mobility at Charles University has to fill in the online application.
The application is available between 12 September and 30 September.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org. 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).
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 week 3 October.
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.
If you have any question, please write to