• Compact Courses in Summer Semester 2024

    Do not miss the unique opportunity to meet visiting professors from universities abroad and experts from private and international financial institutions to discuss attractive topics in detail! 

    See the list of compact courses here
  • Professor Krištoufek is among the most cited scientists in the world


News Přejít na aktuality

  • Call for applications: UNCE Doctoral Fellowships

    Institute of Economic Studies calls for applications for 4 UNCE Doctoral Fellowships – financial support of your PhD studies at the level of 40,000 to 80,000 CZK per semester. The length of the fellowship is for three semesters (SS 2024, WS 2024/25 and SS 2025).

  • Registration of candidates for the position of student ombudspeople

    Become the new student ombudsperson and contribute to improving the environment at our faculty. Don't miss this opportunity and submit your application between February 1 and February 26, 2024.

  • Compact Courses in Summer Semester 2024

    In addition to the standard courses that are run throughout the whole semester, we will be offering the following compact courses in the Summer Semester 2023/24 in a “block” format, i.e. delivered over 2-3 days. Use the unique opportunity to meet visiting professors from universities abroad and experts from private and international financial institutions to discuss attractive topics in detail!

  • Research seminar: Alison Schultz (University of Mannheim, Tax Justice Network).

    We would like to invite you to a research seminar by Alison Schultz (University of Mannheim, Tax Justice Network) on "Broken Relationships: De-Risking by Correspondent Banks and International Trade". The seminar will take place on Tuesday, February 20, in Room 601 at 17:00.

  • ACCA virtual information session takes place on February 13

    Join this webinar to learn how ACCA can make it happen, unlocking doors to exciting opportunities. Engage with the ACCA Europe team for a comprehensive overview of our qualification and answers to all your burning questions.

  • Spring Call for Rector's Mobility Fund Now Open!

    The International Office announces that the Spring Call for the Rector's Mobility Fund is now officially open. This fund aims to support study stays within the framework of inter-faculty and inter-university agreements. Additionally, students traveling as free movers and Ph.D. students undertaking research stays are also eligible for support.

Life at Institute

  • Join the activities of student clubs E-klub and FSV UK Circle

    The main goal of the IES students' club  E-Klub is the positive development of scientific and social life at Charles University. It acts as a link between the IES management and its students. Currently, the E-Klub focuses on organizing lectures and a wide range of cultural or sporting events for IES students. Follow them on Facebook and Instagram not to miss any. 
    As an international student, you should also check out the recently established club for international students, called FSV UK Circle. 

  • Study abroad

    Take the opportunity to study abroad! Erasmus+ is not the only option: Inter-university agreements and inter-faculty agreements provide many study-abroad opportunities; students may also study abroad with CEEPUS (eastern and central Europe). Alternatively, students may undertake an individual exchange as a freemover, if they organize the exchange by themselves.

  • Become a member of the Alumni group!

    The Alumni Association has been operating since 1997 as a voluntary association of graduates of the Institute of Economic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences at the Charles University (IES FSV UK). The main tasks of the Alumni are organizing annual meetings (Banquets) of members and supporters of the Alumni, distinguished guests and sponsors of the Association, raising funds and providing other means of support for IES FSV UK.