Charles University

Charles University was founded on April 7, 1348 by Charles IV, the Holy Roman Emperor and the King of Bohemia. It was located in Prague with four facultiesviz. Theology, Law,Medicine and Arts and was modeled on the University of Paris in France and achieved international renown within a very short time. Thus the Charles University is one of the oldest European universities and also the oldest in Central Europe, being in existence for over six and a half centuries as at to date.

Faculty of Medicine in was established in October, 1945 as the first of the new medical faculties of the Charles University, coming into existence immediately after the end of the war. Hradec Králové Faculty was initially setup as a part of the First Faculty of Medicine of the Charles University in Prague, – founded in 1348 itself – but swiftly transformed into a separate entity with Prague’s undaunted cooperation and assistance. It was a Military Medical Academy for a short time but reverted back to Charles University’s fore in September, 1958 and has been among the top Czech university Institutions ever since thereafter.

About Czech Republic

Czech Republic (formerly Czechoslovakia from 1918 to 1989) is situated in Central Europe, bordering Germany to the west, Austria to the south, Slovakia to the south-east and Poland to the north-east. It is a highly developed independent nation state with an advanced economy and high living standards, ranked as the 10th most peaceful country in the world, achievingstrong performance in democratic governance. It is a member of the United Nations, the European Union, NATO, the OECD and the Council of Europe.

1 Biophysics and Biostatistics, Anatomy I, Anatomy II, Histology and Embryology I, Histology and Embryology II, Biology I, Latin Medical Terminology I, Latin Medical Terminology II, First Aid, Czech Language I, Czech Language II
2 Biology II, Biochemistry I, Biochemistry II, Physiology I, Physiology II, Microbiology I, Medical Immunology I, Basis for Patient Care, Introduction to Psychology, Czech Language III, Czech Language IV, Patient Care – medical practice
3 Microbiology II, Pathological Anatomy I, Pathological Anatomy II, Pathological Physiology I, Pharmacology I, Physical Examination in Internal Medicine, Internal Medicine I, Medical Immunology II, Medical Psychology and Communication with the Patient, Pathological Physiology II, Essentials of Surgery
4 Pharmacology II, Dentistry, Neurology I, Neurology II, Internal Medicine II, Internal Medicine III, Surgery I, Surgery II, Dermatovenereology, Diagnostic Radiology and Nuclear Medicine, Sports Medicine, Psychiatry I, Internal Medicine – Medical Practice in a Hospital, Surgery – Medical Practice in a Hospital, Anesthesiology and Essentials of Intensive Medicine
5 nternal Medicine IV, Differential Diagnosis in Internal Medicine, General Medicine, Rehabilitation Medicine, Psychiatry II, Ophthalmology, Otorhinolaryngology, Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology I, Infectious Diseases and Epidemiology II, Forensic Medicine, Oncology and Radiotherapy, Surgery III, Surgery IV, Gynecology and Obstetrics I, Gynecology and Obstetrics II, Pediatrics I, Pediatrics II, Hygiene and Preventive Medicine, Social Medicine
6 Practice before state examination in Hygiene and Preventive Medicine and Social Medicine, Practice before state examination in Gynecology and Obstetrics, Practice before state examination in Internal Medicine, Practice before state examination in Surgery, Practice before state examination in Pediatrics
7 Hygiene and Preventive Medicine and Social Medicine, Gynecology and Obstetrics, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Pediatrics