A system intended for students, teachers, and persons applying to study at the Charles University but also for students of programmes of lifelong study, which provides a comprehensive support of the study agenda.
The WhoIs system functions as a central register of persons related to the Charles University (employees, students, participants of programmes of lifelong study, members of governing and managing bodies of the university and its faculties, etc.) and a register of Charles University’s organisation structure and personal (especially professional and career-related) data.
This system is designed to help graduate (master and doctoral) students of the Charles University submit project applications to the Charles University Grant Agency and to support other administration related to all implementation states of programmes supported by the CU Grant Agency.
This application enables the registration of accredited study programmes and fields of study, contains information about the state of their accreditation or re-accreditation, information regarding the guarantors of study programmes and study fields, appointments of members of doctoral studies subject-area boards and boards for degree programme directors.
This system is intended for Charles University students and employees. It provides central registration of their publication activities, both for the purpose of presenting a comprehensive bibliography of Charles University production and in order to document the Charles University’s results in science, research, and other creative activities in the RIV national register.
This system is designed to aid persons applying for accommodation in Charles University dormitories, that is, mainly students and persons applying for study at Charles University faculties in Prague, Hradec Králové, and Plzeň (Pilsen).
This application provides access to digitalised documents pertaining to students of Prague universities in 1882–1945: registries of doctors, Rigorosum protocols, catalogues of registered students, and examination protocols of both the Czech and the German university in Prague.
An editing system developed to help create and administer Charles University websites, especially the main website of the Charles University, iForum internet journal and its web, websites of some faculties and their departments and institutes, and websites of some other university institutions.