Czech Language Courses
Czech language courses for Erasmus students of the Faculty of Science are provided by the Third Faculty of Medicine – Department of Foreign Languages.
The courses take place once or twice a week (depending on the level) and focus on conversation and topics of everyday life in the Czech Republic.
Upon successful accomplishment (a final test / an exam), you will be awarded a Certificate and get 5 credits/per semester. The Czech language course will also be integrated into your study plan.
Attention: Due to the Corona situation, the Czech language courses in the summer term 2020/2021 are organised on-line.
Please, contact prof. Jana Přívratská (email@example.com)
from the 3rd Faculty of Medicine for a registration to the courses.
Payment by transfer to the account number:
IBAN: CZ30 0100 0000 0000 2273 4101
BIC/SWIFT CODE: KOMBCZPPXXX
Please, write your name and surname and the number 4003 in a message for the recipient
|Beginners I class||1 800 Kč|
|Beginners II class (lower intermediate)||1 000 Kč|
|Intermediate class||1 000 Kč|
- Course books are included and will be given after the payment.
By bus – Nr. 124, 139, 150 and 213 from the metro station Želivského to the bus station Bělocerkevská, than by walking back to the main crossroad and through Ruská street to the building of the Third Faculty of Medicine.
|CERA0P0041||Czech for Foreigners – Beginners I||WT + ST||0/50 C+Ex (5 ECTS)||12-UCJA|
|CERA0P0042||Czech for Foreigners – Beginners II
|ST only !||0/50* C+Ex (5 ECTS)||12-UCJA|
|CERA0P0043||Czech for Foreigners – Intermediate||WT + ST||0/50* C+Ex (5 ECTS)||12-UCJA|
12-UCJA = Third Faculty of Medicine – Department of Foreign Languages
SIS = Student Information System
WT = Winter Term / Semester (October – February)
ST = Summer Term / Semester (February – June)
Hours per term (semester):
0/50 = 50 practice lectures in one term (1 lecture = 45 minutes)
0/50* = 25 practice lectures and 25 hours of self-study
Ex = Exam, C = Credit
Please note that MARKS can be given only for subjects finishing with an exam (Ex or C+Ex in the detail of the subject) !!!
Other subjects can only be evaluated with credit points!