Charles University Faculty of Humanities

Introduction
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Figures

  • Number of students: 2,610
  • Departments: 24
  • Degree programmes: 18
  • Academic staff: 144
  • Administrative staff: 38

History

The Faculty of Humanities (FHS) is Charles University’s youngest faculty. Originally founded in the early 1990s as the Institute for Liberal Education, it was elevated to the rank of a faculty in 2000, the vision being that it would offer study programmes at the Bachelor, Master’s and PhD levels in various humanities and social science disciplines not yet established at CU. The FHS quickly gained a reputation as a progressive school with innovative study programmes and teaching methods.

Mission

The mission of the Faculty of Humanities is through high-quality education to endow students with the ability to lead a fulfilling life in this increasingly complex and changing world.

Goals - to provide education in the humanities and social sciences that meets the highest international standards; - to achieve excellence in research and integrate it with education; - to cultivate the ability of students to learn throughout life and encourage self-responsibility and a commitment to society; - to promote the mobility of the FHS’s increasingly international student body and academic staff.

Research

The Faculty of Humanities is dedicated to excellence in various areas of academic research. The faculty participates in international and national research projects and promotes young researchers’ academic development.

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Student Life

• International Student Club

The International Office, together with Czech students (tutors), organises cultural and social activities (tours of Prague, exhibitions, concerts, etc.) for international students.

• Film Club

The Film Club holds a film screening every two weeks throughout the semester. The current programme can be found on the club’s website.

Student Facilities

• Accommodation

Accommodation is provided in Charles University’s halls of residence (dormitories). Students are normally housed in double-occupancy rooms.

• Student Cafeterias

Charles University operates a number of student cafeterias (‘menza’) at different locations. The FHS cafeteria is located on the ground floor of the main building in Jinonice.

• Library

The Charles University library system is decentralized and consists of a number of libraries at different locations. The FHS library can be found on the ground floor of the main building in Jinonice.

• Computers and Internet Access

PC workstations are available in the computer labs in various university buildings. Wireless Internet can be accessed inside the university buildings (a Charles University Student Card is required).

• Sport facilities

Sport facilities are located in the Hostivař campus (Bruslařská 1132, Prague 15).

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This school offers programs in:
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  • Czech

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Programs

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PhD in Applied Ethics

Campus Full time Part time 3 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague + 1 more

Study of Applied Ethics is about systematic training in critical reflection on own and others attitudes, in recognition of hidden assumptions and prejudices and overlooked ethical issues. We can say in other words that it is about deepening understanding approach – and in this case it is the area of humanities in a broad sense. [+]

Profile of the graduate Graduates of the doctoral study program Applied Ethics have knowledge specialized in the fields of philosophy, anthropology and ethics, both theoretical and practical. They are qualified in methods and principles of scientific research and have an extensive educational background for dealing with and solving ethical problems at research institutions and other professional positions. Graduates are experienced in forming, applying and interpreting ethical codes. Graduates are well-prepared to teach Applied Ethics and participate in a range of ethical committees. Tuition Fee 55000 CZK (2000 EUR)/year This number was calculated by automatic currency conversion using exchange rate for EUR: 27.055 Branch characteristic Study of Applied Ethics is about systematic training in critical reflection on own and others attitudes, in recognition of hidden assumptions and prejudices and overlooked ethical issues. We can say in other words that it is about deepening understanding approach – and in this case it is the area of humanities in a broad sense. The aim of these studies is therefore an effort to create a space for systematic scientific work that focuses on the ethical dimension of various disciplines or professions. During the studies the adepts have to manage also the methods of scientific work and its professional presentation. Study plan for PhD. students includes: - so called comparative examination: one-term course completed by an examination in the fields, which the candidate has not studied, but which are necessary for doctoral studies; - compulsory part: two two-term courses completed by an examination; - optional part: a choice of six one-term courses completed by an examination; - PhD seminar; - other duties: an article in peer-reviewed publications, 2 reviews, 2 lectures, seminar for students, participation in two conferences. Description of the entrance examination and evaluation criteria The entrance examination includes: The candidate has to defend the research project, which must reflect the theoretical and methodological knowledge in the field of Applied Ethics (max. 10 points). Conditions for admission The conditions needed for admission into the doctoral program: 1. Completed application must be submitted by 30.4.2016 at latest, including the following attachments: - theme of thesis, i.e. annotation of research project. The project must contain the proposal of a tutor (name), selected from the list of tutors approved by the Program Council; - proof of completion of university studies in a master’s degree program (applicants who complete master´s degree program after the deadline for submission of applications must demonstrated this by 30th September 2016); - brief professional biography; - list of the relevant literature, that the candidates studied with regard to their individual interests and the chosen topic for thesis (dissertation project). - other documents worthy of attention (e.g. overview of applicant’s publications to date, proof of scientific practice at home or abroad, etc.) 2. Graduation from a master’s degree program; 3. Defence of the project of applicant's thesis (submitted as a part of the study application) 4. To gain the minimal sum of points specified by the dean. Informations on the exercise of graduates During the postgradual studies, the students will use their experiences, the knowledge gained in the previous study, and all this they deepen especially in the field of philosophy, cultural anthropology, hermeneutical ethics and other social sciences. In the field of applied ethics it will be primarily about dilemmas, connected with the development of technical and social opportunities, e.g. in science, medicine, economy, government or the media. Growing scientific, technical and administrative possibilities come naturally into conflict with the requirements of the protection of the human person and his/her privacy and dignity. The graduates of the doctoral study programme find employment in a number of areas, including: - the creation, application and interpretation of minimum binding standards of conduct, so called “code of ethics”; - solving ethical issues in scientific and proffesional workplace (e.g. ethics committees); - the teaching of applied ethics such as social, health and medical in various fields of study in vocational schools or universities; - in research. [-]

PhD in Civil Sector Studies

Campus Full time Part time 3 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague + 1 more

The aim of the program is to prepare highly qualified experts in civil society studies with a knowledge of the relevant theoretical approaches, sound knowledge of research metohodology and in-depth knowledge of the actual situation and practical problems in this area both in the Czech Republic and abroad. [+]

Profile of the candidate The graduate of the doctoral study program Civil Sector Studies is a highly qualified specialist endowed with deep understanding of the fundamental theoretical approaches to the civil and not-for-profit sector, relevant analytical skills and solid knowledge of the civil sector in the Czech Republic and other countries as well as in the European Union. The study program provides necessary qualification to those willing to work in basic and applied research at research institutes and Universities of the given thematic orientation. The graduates are also well prepared to occupy managerial and creative positions at all kinds of civil sector organizations and are qualified to work at such positions in public service or private sphere where familiarity with the civil sector is an indispensable asset. Tuition Fee 55000 CZK (2000 EUR)/year This number was calculated by automatic currency conversion using exchange rate for EUR: 27.055 Branch characteristic The aim of the program is to prepare highly qualified experts in civil society studies with a knowledge of the relevant theoretical approaches, sound knowledge of research metohodology and in-depth knowledge of the actual situation and practical problems in this area both in the Czech Republic and abroad. Alumni are able to také part in both basic and applied research in academic institutions and higher education institutions as well as become involved in the civil sector, public sphere (above all state administration) and for-profit sector (corporate social responsibility, philanthropy and volunteering). The program is focused on sociological or socio-economic analysis of the civic sector. The study plan of a PhD student includes planned publication activites, participation at conferences and exams from obligatory and obligatory-optional courses according to the accreditation documents. Upon completing the study with a doctoral exam and the defense of a PhD thesis, the student receives a Ph.D. title. The content and framework of the study is determined by the Program Council. Description of the entrance examination and evaluation criteria The oral part of the exam consists of a discussion about the project of the dissertation thesis (max. 10 points) and a check of English proficiency (max. 5 points). An applicant who will be awarded less than 5 points from dissertation project will not be admitted. Entrance examination will check the ability of the applicant to deal with the dissertation project. An applicant who will be awarded less than 5 points from dissertation project will not be admitted. Applicants will prepare an oral presentation of their project (maximum length 10 minutes). Conditions for admission Conditions of acceptance: 1. To enter the entrance examination process it is necessary to submit by 30.4.2016 a filled-in application form for the doctoral study together with the following attachments: - dissertation thesis project (recommended sections: outline of the reasearch problém and research questions, overview of the current state of research, explanation of the selected methodology and research techniques, proposed approach to the problém, list of relevant literature, time schedule of the research, explanation of the relevance of the theme for the study program Civil Sector Studies); recommended length of the project: 8-15 pages (1800 characters per page); the project must contain the proposal of a tutor (name), selected from the list of tutors approved by the Program Council. - brief professional biography; - list of publications and other scholarly activities of the applicant (participation at conferences, participation in research projects etc.); - documents certifying a completed higher-education studies at the masters level (applicants who complete their masters studies after the application deadline have to document the completion of their studies by 30.9.2016 at the latest); - other relevant documents (e.g. international cerficate of a foreign language or a certificate of state exam). 2. Graduation from a masters or follow-up masters study program. 3. Submission of a dissertation thesis project, which the applicant defended during the entrance examination. 4. To gain the minimal sum of points specified by the dean. An applicant who will be awarded less than 5 points from dissertation project will not be admitted. Informations on the exercise of graduates The alumnus of the doctoral study program Civil Sector Studies is a qualified expert with a broad outlook on the fundamental theoretical concepts used to study the civil and nonprofit sector, with necessary analytical skills and thorough knowledge of the civil sector in the Czech Republic, abroad and in the European Union. Alumni are able to participate in both basic and applied research in research institutions and higher-education institutions in the field. He or she is also well prepared for demanding managerial and expert positions in civil sector organizations and has an outstanding qualification for the work in those positions in public administration and private sphere where the knowledge of the civil sector is a necessity. [-]

PhD in Contemporary European History

Campus Full time Part time 3 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague + 1 more

Graduates of the Contemporary History of Europe programme are experts with a thorough, state-of-the-art theoretical and methodological knowledge of both European and Czech history, and particularly the history of the last one hundred years. [+]

Profile of the graduate Graduates of the Contemporary History of Europe programme are experts with a thorough, state-of-the-art theoretical and methodological knowledge of both European and Czech history, and particularly the history of the last one hundred years. Potential PhD topics, will deal with the Cultural, Social, Intellectual, Political, and Everyday History of Europe since WW I as well as the history of the Czech lands, in a European context. They are trained for independent scientific research, and their competence can be applied in academia both abroad and at home. Graduates are able to readily grasp the workings of the academic world. They are well prepared for positions in EU institutions, state administration and the public sector. Tuition Fee 55000 CZK (2000 EUR)/year This number was calculated by automatic currency conversion using exchange rate for EUR: 27.055 [-]

PhD in General Anthropology

Campus Full time Part time 3 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague + 1 more

Graduates, proficient in methods and practical aspects of scientific research as regards the general anthropological disciplines, are able to conduct field researches into anthropological issues in line with their specializations, while observing a scientist’s code of ethic. They are able to accurately formulate the results of their scientific work so as to publish them in high-standard journals or to responsibly popularise them. [+]

Profile of the graduate Graduates, proficient in methods and practical aspects of scientific research as regards the general anthropological disciplines, are able to conduct field researches into anthropological issues in line with their specializations, while observing a scientist’s code of ethic. They are able to accurately formulate the results of their scientific work so as to publish them in high-standard journals or to responsibly popularise them. They are qualified for teaching positions at universities or colleges, responsible positions in scientific institutes, foundations, NGO’s or governmental departments (such as departments of labour and social matters, health and care, home office and foreign affairs) and the media in terms of popularizing the findings of anthropology, science and humanities. Tuition Fee 55000 CZK (2000 EUR)/year This number was calculated by automatic currency conversion using exchange rate for EUR: 27.055 Branch characteristic The doctoral study programme at CU FHs is organised in the full-time (3 years) and correspondence form of study. The programme allows studies focused on philosophical, historical, socio-cultural and socio-linguistic anthropology and human ethology. The task of the programme in general is grasping the theoretical basics and methods of this field and mastering the methodology of academic research. The curriculum of Ph.D. students includes: - The studies are organised in two modules, whereas the first module is compulsory for all students in the programme, the second one is selected on the basis of the consultations with the supervisor. - Ph.D. seminar - a compulsory exam in a living language - the defence of the student’s dissertation The concept of the study programme is determined by the department council. Description of the entrance examination and evaluation criteria The exam consists of a discussion about the project of the dissertation and a check of basic assumptions for the study. Entrance examination will check the ability of the applicant to deal with the dissertation project. The questions of the entrance interview primarily focus on the theme of the applicant’s research project (max. 10 points). Conditions for admission Conditions of acceptance: 1. To apply for the entrance exam, one must submit the filled-out application form for doctorate studies, along with the following appendices, by April 30, 2016: - theme of thesis, i.e. annotation of research project; - document confirming graduation from a university study programme at the master’s level; - concise biography; - other documents worth noting (e.g. list of publications by applicant, documents confirming a successful state or international exam in a utilised language, documents confirming academic work, either in the Czech Republic or abroad, and so on) - documents certifying a completed higher-education studies at the masters level (applicants who complete their masters studies after the application deadline have to document the completion of their studies by 30.9.2016 at the latest) 2. Graduation from a master’s degree program. 3. Defence of the project of applicant's thesis (submitted as a part of the study application). 4. To gain the minimal sum of points specified by the dean. Informations on the exercise of graduates The goal of the study programme in anthropology is to prepare students for academic research work at the level required by contemporary science. The graduate combines knowledge from all fields in a holistic approach to studying man and populations, to overcoming ethnic and social differences and attempts to observe current processes in their historical and cultural contexts. [-]

PhD in German and French Philosophy

Campus Full time Part time 3 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague + 1 more

The instruction to graduates of the PhD program in German and French philosophy is focused on their independent scientific research within their respective field of theoretical investigation and professional career in the academic world, both at home and abroad. [+]

Languages: German, French Profile of the graduate The instruction to graduates of the PhD program in German and French philosophy is focused on their independent scientific research within their respective field of theoretical investigation and professional career in the academic world, both at home and abroad. The instruction leads to mastering the necessary academic procedures, such as obtaining grants, building research teams, organizing conferences, foreign study visits and research fellowships, application of research outputs, leading seminars, presenting lectures, etc. Apart from this preparation for further research and pedagogical activity, the program provides prerequisites for employment within European political and cultural institutions. Tuition Fee 55000 CZK (2000 EUR)/year This number was calculated by automatic currency conversion using exchange rate for EUR: 27.055 [-]

PhD in German Environmental Studies

Campus Full time Part time 3 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague + 1 more

The graduate can use methods of analysis of media production, media products and content, of public and users. He or she is an expert on the historical and contemporary development of the media and its position within the changing social, political and cultural context and is able to synthesize the knowledge generated in various social sciences and humanities and interpret contemporary trends in the development of the media and media communication. [+]

Profile of the graduate The graduate can use methods of analysis of media production, media products and content, of public and users. He or she is an expert on the historical and contemporary development of the media and its position within the changing social, political and cultural context and is able to synthesize the knowledge generated in various social sciences and humanities and interpret contemporary trends in the development of the media and media communication. The graduates are competent to lecture and research in the filed of media studies at universities and institutions of higher education in the Czech Republic and abroad, to work as media analysts. They can work as media scientists in institutes of Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic and in any other research institutes. They can work as analysts of political communication as well. Tuition Fee 55000 CZK (2000 EUR)/year This number was calculated by automatic currency conversion using exchange rate for EUR: 27.055 Branch characteristic Currently, there is a consensus that a comprehensive understanding of the planet’s natural system does not suffice. It is necessary to understand the complex interactions between the socio-economic system and the vital planetary systems providing societies with ecosystems and natural services. The Environmental Studies doctoral study program contributes to the development of the environmental approaches characteristic of their interdisciplinary nature. The goal of the Environmental Studies doctoral program is the advancement of knowledge which should contribute to the creation of a theoretical base for the strategy of making economic, social and cultural development sustainable, especially from an environmental perspective. The following scientific directions have been defined for the study program: - Socio-economic metabolism. - Natural services. - Relationships between health and environment. - Application of sociological approaches aimed at addressing environmental issues and sustainable development. - Research topics applying environmental economics. - Socially urgent issues of public policy of sustainable development. - Legal aspects of relationships towards the environment. - Environmentally inspired topics from the perspective of philosophy, anthropology and history. - Indicators of the relationship between the environment and human activities. - Education for sustainable development. Students can come up with their own ideas for topics for doctoral training or may use topics provided by supervisors. The list of offered topics for doctoral theses is available on the web page www.czp.cuni.cz (Teaching - Studies - Env. Studies Doctoral Programme). The objective of the doctoral program Environmental Studies is to provide, in the above mentioned domains, the concept of sustainable development with support in the form of scientifically conducted research. An important aspect of the program is the interdisciplinary character of the defined research domains and the synergies among them. Although it is not the main goal of the study, we assume that the research outputs could be an important source of scientifically validated information for objective, relevant and qualified decision-making on environmental aspects of the economic and social development of the Czech Republic. Description of the entrance examination and evaluation criteria Entrance examination includes: - Debate on the proposed topic for thesis. The project must contain the proposal of a tutor (name), selected from the list of tutors approved by the Program Council (dissertation project - max. 12 points). - Examination of the knowledge of necessary basics in the natural sciences needed for the study of the environment and examination of knowledge in the social sciences, including economics (max. 4 points). - Examination on English language proficiency (max. 4 points). At the admission exam the applicants will present their proposals for doctoral training, focusing mainly on a) the current state of knowledge on the subject, b) the formulation of the research question/s or hypotheses, c) research methods, d) research timetable , e) possibilities of publication. The proposal may be further refined/elaborated in comparison with the version included within the submitted application, preferably in cooperation with the prospective supervisor who confirms his/her consent with the training of the applicant by signing the document available for downloading (Teaching - Studies - Env. Studies Doctoral Programme - Admission Procedure). Conditions for admission Admission conditions includes: 1. To enter the admission process, a completed application for doctoral studies must be submitted by 30.4.2016 at latest, including the following attachments: - A brief professional biography, - Proof of completion of university studies in a master’s degree program, - Proposal of a topic for doctoral training (description of the thesis topic, a list of most relevant sources, research timetable ). It is supposed, that the student will discuss the theme of the disertation beforehand so that the theme will conform to the research program of the training institution; - Confirmation of the prospective supervisor (see below) - Other documents worthy of attention (e.g. overview of applicant’s publications to date, proof of scientific practice at home or abroad, proof of English language exam, etc.) - Documents certifying a completed higher-education studies at the masters level (applicants who complete their masters studies after the application deadline have to document the completion of their studies by 30.9.2016 at the latest) 2. Graduation from a master’s degree program; 3. Defence of the project of applicant's thesis (submitted as a part of the study application) 4. To gain the minimal sum of points specified by the dean. An applicant who will be awarded less than 10 points will not be admitted.; 5. English language proficiency. Informations on the exercise of graduates Graduates of the program know the principles and methods of scientific work. Thanks to being trained in the research methodology of at least two subjects, they are capable of relatively greater insight into interdisciplinary-based problems and they are better equipped to resolve them, which we consider an important added value of the Environmental Studies program. The range of expertise of the Environmental Studies doctoral program graduates is determined by the interdisciplinary nature of the studies, which focuses on environmental issues and issues regarding the dynamics of the relationships between the society and natural systems. The basis for the graduates is the specialization they obtained in their undergraduate degrees of studies. This specialization is developed within the doctoral studies in such a way that the graduates eventually: acquire in-depth knowledge of the theoretical bases of the scientific areas, they are applying while writing their doctoral theses, know the broad context of the environmental issues their dissertation is focusing on, develop a deep understanding of the methodology of all scientific areas they are applying while working on their dissertations. This knowledge is considered an essential prerequisite for interdisciplinary dialogue and research. Moreover, graduates are able to take the position of scientists in institutions fully focused on research and development in the broad area of subjects related to the environment and sustainable development, e.g. at various institutes of the Czech Academy of Sciences. Examples of possible research areas include environmental economics, environmental sociology, the research and use of sustainability indicators etc. Furthermore, graduates can seek jobs in research institutions abroad. An extremely important outcome is the ability of graduates to hold decision-making positions in public administration, the business sphere and NGOs, where the work has impact on the environment. As for the public sector, this includes positions in central administrative bodies, especially ministries and their advisory expert or executive offices; positions in public administration at the regional or lower level. Jobs can also be possibly found in administrative bodies of the European Commission, the United Nations, the OECD and other multilateral international organizations. In the business sector graduates can find employment in companies, whose business has a direct impact on the environment. They can also find opportunities in companies and organizations providing expert services directly focused on the environment, such as land planning, planning for Territorial System of Ecological Stability, EIA, SEA, as well as more recently the Sustainability Impact Assessment. If interested, graduates will be able to take a job in the media, where they will be able to competently assess and present information on sustainable development and the environment. [-]

PhD in Historical Sociology

Campus Full time Part time 3 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague + 1 more

The graduates will acquire theoretical historico-sociological knowledge in social, cultural, religious, political and economical domains, professional skills based on successful acquisition of quantitative and qualitative historico-sociological methodology, and competencies both for academic work (universities and research institutes) and non-academic work (state and local administration, non-governmental organizations, agencies, consulting firms, educational institutions, cultural organisations and media). [+]

Profile of the graduate The graduates will acquire theoretical historico-sociological knowledge in social, cultural, religious, political and economical domains, professional skills based on successful acquisition of quantitative and qualitative historico-sociological methodology, and competencies both for academic work (universities and research institutes) and non-academic work (state and local administration, non-governmental organizations, agencies, consulting firms, educational institutions, cultural organisations and media). Tuition Fee 55000 CZK (2000 EUR)/year This number was calculated by automatic currency conversion using exchange rate for EUR: 27.055 Branch characteristic The main topic of historical sociology lies in the questions of social change, modernization, modernization processes, civilizational analysis, the formation of states and nations, the formation of the world system, and globalization trends. These questions are studied through an extensive comparative analysis involving a wide geographical perspective and long-time intervals. Part of the field of historical sociology comprises a number of partial, specific research areas, which include issues such as collective mentalities, habits and social memory. Historical sociology is a very diverse and internally differentiated discipline that has general theoretical approaches, a number of special theories, a variety of specialized research directions, and develops research on the empirical level. The PhD program in historical sociology is designed to provide high-quality and demanding training for those who want to be active in scientific and research work– especially of an analytical and comparative nature– in some of those areas which concern current historical sociology. The doctoral curriculum includes exams from compulsory and elective courses, research activities, publishing activities and participation in scientific conferences. After the state doctoral examination and a defence of dissertation, the student is awarded a PhD. Description of the entrance examination and evaluation criteria The exam consists of a discussion about the project of the dissertation (max. 5 points) and a check of basic assumptions for the study (max. 5 points), which focus on the adequate knowledge of the theory and methodology in historical sociology. Conditions for admission Conditions of acceptance: 1. To enter the admission process, a completed application for doctoral studies must be submitted by April, 30th 2016 at latest, including the following attachments: - The brief professional biography; - The proposal of a dissertation project. The project of a dissertation (in the range of about 4 pages) should contain the theoretical background, a review of previous research in this field, his/her own research questions, a proposed methodology and research techniques, a list of literature, a schedule of its realisation, and justification of its relevance for the historical sociology. The project must contain the proposal of a tutor (name), selected from the list of tutors approved by the Program Council; - The overview of recent publications and other scientific activities of the applicant (participation in conferences, participation in research projects, etc.). - All applicants have to demonstrate a proof of completion of university studies in a master´s degree program (applicants who complete master´s degree program after the deadline for submission of applications must demonstrated this by September, 30th 2016). 2. Graduation from a master’s degree program. 3. Defence of the project of applicant's thesis (submitted as a part of the study application). 4. To gain the minimal sum of points specified by the dean. Informations on the exercise of graduates A graduate of the doctoral study programme of historical sociology is a qualified expert in societal and social issues, particularly on issues of comparative analysis of historical processes and trends of development. He/she has the knowledge, skills and competencies for a job in the field of theory and research. He/she is theoretically prepared for work at universities, research institutes, and specialized workplaces in the public and private sector. [-]

PhD in Semiotics and Philosophy of Communication

Campus Full time Part time 3 years October 2017 Czech Republic Prague + 1 more

The graduate of the doctoral study program Semiotics and Philosophy of Communication is a qualified specialist endowed with deep understanding of theoretical approaches in communicational strategies, relevant analytical skills and solid knowledge of actual philosophic and semiotic research of the process of communication. [+]

Language: French Profile of the graduate The graduate of the doctoral study program Semiotics and Philosophy of Communication is a qualified specialist endowed with deep understanding of theoretical approaches in communicational strategies, relevant analytical skills and solid knowledge of actual philosophic and semiotic research of the process of communication. The study program provides necessary qualification to those willing to work in basic and applied research in institutes and universities of the given thematic orientation. The graduates are also well prepared to occupy critic, conceptional and creative positions and are qualified to work at such positions in academic or massmedial sphere where familiarity with semiotics and theory of communication is an indispensable asset. Tuition Fee 55000 CZK (2000 EUR)/year This number was calculated by automatic currency conversion using exchange rate for EUR: 27.055 [-]

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