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Charles University in Prague (CU), Faculty of Social Sciences

The Faculty of Social Sciences (FSS CU) is the second newest faculty of Charles University in Prague. Shortly after its creation in 1990 the Faculty became a regional centre of teaching and research in economics, sociology, political science, international relations, area studies, media studies and journalism.

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About

History

Charles University (CU) belongs among the oldest and largest universities in the world. It was founded in 1348 by the Holy Roman Emperor Charles IV as the first university to the north of the Alps and to the east of Paris. The University originally consisted of four faculties: Faculty of theology, arts, law, and medicine. It is the oldest and also the largest university in the Czech Republic.

Education

Shortly after its creation in 1990 the Faculty became a regional centre of teaching and research in:

  • economics
  • sociology
  • political science
  • international relations
  • area studies
  • media studies
  • and journalism.

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GSSA 2019

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Services

ICT services

We offer computers with internet access (in the Reading Room and Mediatheque).

Wireless internet connection is at disposal in the whole Hollar building via
  • unsecured Wi-Fi network (FSV OPEN)
  • secured Wi-Fi network Eduroam

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