Erasmus+ Programme at Film Studies Department FF UK


General Information:

The Film Studies Department participates in the Erasmus program with the following universities:

  • Eotvos Lorand Tudomanyegyetem (ELTE) Budapest
  • Freie Universität Berlin
  • Koebenhavns Universitet
  • Universidad de Burgos
  • Universita degli studi di Udine
  • Université Charles de Gaulle – Lille 3
  • Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris 3
  • University of Leicester
  • University of Southampton
  • University of Sussex, Brighton
  • Vysoká škola múzických umení Bratislava

The department encourages collaboration with other foreign institutions within the Erasmus program and welcomes the establishment of partnerships with further universities. Collaboration is dependent upon the sufficient offering of film studies courses (or closely related courses) conducted in one of the world languages.

Interested in closing an agreement with our department?
To close the agreement with Film Studies Department at Charles University Prague, please contact Erasmus Department Coordinator, Lucie Česálková (

What do we offer?

The Film Studies Department is one of the most important partners in the university‘s program for foreign students. Thus, in addition to courses in the Czech language, the department also offers several courses in English.

Example courses that were available in English:

  • Curating the Past. Public Space and Post WW II European Non-fiction Cinema (Lucie Česálková with Vinzenz Hediger and Francesco Pitassio)
  • Czech and Slovak Cinema from the 1950s to Present: Politics, Visuality, and Experimentation (Nicholas Hudáč)
  • Waves of the Future: Czech and Slovak New Wave Cinema (Nicholas Hudáč)
  • Politics, Culture, and Visuality: Czech and Slovak Film 1950 to Present (Nicholas Hudáč)
  • Red Planets: Science Fiction in the Central and Eastern European Cinema and Literature (Nicholas Hudáč)
  • From High Brow to No-Brow: Genre in Central European and Socialist Cinema (Nicholas Hudáč)
  • Harvesting Contemporar Art (Václav Jánoščík)
  • Contemporary Philosophy (Václav Jánoščík)
  • Surrealism and Eastern and Central and European Cinema (Richard Capes)
  • Female Masochism in Film: Sexuality, Ethics, and Aesthetics (Richard Capes)
  • Czech Popular Cinema (Jindřiška Bláhová)
  • Czech Cinema after Revolution (Jindřiška Bláhová)
  • Hollywood and the World (Peter Krämer)

Foreign students can also attend numerous courses offered in other departments. Courses are divided into three categories: Central European Studies, Cultural Studies, and Czech Language.

Based upon individual approval, students can also attend courses offered by the Film and TV Faculty of the Academy of Performing Arts in Prague (FAMU) and courses offered by other schools within the university.

If you are interested in launching a collaboration with the Film Studies Department under the Erasmus program, please contact Erasmus+ Department Coordinator, Lucie Česálková ( The inter-university agreement must be signed before December 15, in order for the agreement to take effect for the coming academic year.

Erasmus – Information for incoming students

General information regarding the international programs can be found at:


Or contact the faculty Erasmus program faculty coordinator: Imogen Davidson White (

The Film Studies Department is empowered to enter new agreements with foreign universities (see the General Information section), establish new courses to be conducted in a foreign language, etc. The department can also provide advice regarding individual study plans for international students.

The Film Studies Department Erasmus+ Coordinator is Lucie Česálková (

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