Charles University

Select one or two courses offered by Charles University and experience the 4EU+ virtual mobility!

You will find the list of these courses as well as detailed information about the enrolment procedure on the 4EU+ Student Portal, new website dedicated to the 4EU+ students.

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.

The application is available between 23 January and 10 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 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 week 13 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.

Contact information

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