The international office
The International Office exists to facilitate the international mobility of both students and teaching staff and to coordinate the international activities of the Faculty at all levels. It is the Faculty's administrative center for a whole range of international programmes (undergraduate and graduate degree programmes, ERASMUS+, inter-faculty exchange agreements, etc.).
For more information, please visit the International Office.
We are pleased to announce that IMS has been successful in getting funding for International Credit Mobility. The cooperation project with the Western Balkans was the only one supported at the whole faculty.
On 6-7 May, the workshop of the project "InKoNa 2.0" took place under the guidance of Magdalena Burger and Jörg Wolstein (Otto-Friedrich-Universität Bamberg).
We are pleased to share a Call for Applications for the Annual Plurality of Memories: 4EU+ Fellowship at Charles University in Prague, Czech Republic, for post-docs and advanced Ph.D.
Eliška Ullrichová, a student of the doctoral programme International Area Studies, published her article "Issue Hierarchization: the Case of the European Council Agenda" in the multidisciplinary journal JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies.
On Friday, June 2, the annual doctoral conference of our institute took place. At the conference, second-year students present and discuss their Ph.D. theses. This year we debated two theses in modern history and political science dissertation.
Johana Kłusek: "‘Our Second Capital on the Banks of the Thames’: The Evolution of the Anglophilia of Czechoslovak Exiles..."
Johana Kłusek, a Ph.D. student in Modern history, examines Anglo-Czechoslovak relations during the second world war in her new study in English historical journal "Central Europe."