Rules and regulations

We request students to follow
the valid rules and instructions
when staying at the faculty
and study rooms.

We present a summary
of valid regulations
in the Koronavirus section,
including possible sanctions.

COVID HELPDESK

We have created a form for you,
through which you can send us
your questions about
the current situation.

So if you did not find the answers
you are looking for in the resources
we shared,
write to us using this form.

Opening of the Catering facility

On Thursday, October 1, 2020,
we were happy to open

the new Catering facility
in Šimkova street for you
and from Monday, October 5, 2020,

the entire assortment of snacks
and lunch menus
will be prepared for you.

Tuition information

In the sections Coronavirus and Information about tuition we continuously update information regarding the upcoming semester, operational matters and organisation of tuition. Please check the latest news.

New measures

Please pay attention to the new measure of Ministry of Health, which as of 18th September introduces a new obligation to wear respiratory protective devices in all indoor premises of the faculty.

Current information

For continuous updates

please follow

the information in our

special coronavirus

web section.

 

 

Coronavirus: Actual information

Lékařská fakulta UK v Hradci Králové

Lékařská Fakulta UK Hradec Králové

Lékařská fakulta v Hradci Králové je nejstarší vysoká škola ve východních Čechách. Byla založena 13. října 1945 jako první z lékařských fakult ihned po druhé světové válce a stala se součástí Univerzity Karlovy, nejstarší univerzity ve střední Evropě a na sever od Alp. Univerzita Karlova byla založena v roce 1348 Karlem IV, králem Čech a císařem Svaté říše římské.

Charles University - Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Kralove



The Faculty of Medicine in Hradec Kralove is the oldest institution of higher education in East Bohemia. It was established as the first of the new medical faculties immediately after the end of World War II (October 13, 1945) and became a part of Charles University, the oldest university in Central Europe and north of the Alps.