Charles University (CU) in Prague, founded in 1348, is the oldest and largest university in the Czech Republic.
Charles University was the first university to be established in Central Europe and takes its name from its founder, King Charles IV, King of Bohemia and King of the Romans.
The highest-ranked university in the Czech Republic, Charles University places fifth in the EECA rankings.
It was established in 1348 by Emperor Charles IV and remains the country’s largest university, with 17 faculties and about 49,200 students.
The university comprises 17 faculties in total.
Mathematics and Physics,
Physical Education and Sport,
and five separate Medicine Faculties.
It’s a popular choice among international students travelling to the country, and its
internationalization program currently includes partnerships with almost 200 universities worldwide.
Most of the university campus is spread throughout Prague, with two other centers located in the nearby cities of Hradec Králové and Pilsen.
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