Sociology Index

Sociology Departments Czech Republic

Masaryk University: The Department of Sociology was established at Masaryk University as early as 1921, and thus is one of the oldest sociological centers in Europe. The Sociology department offers a complete education in the discipline of sociology on three academic levels: Bachelor's degree (in Czech only), Master's degree (both in Czech and in English), and Ph.D. (both in Czech and in English). The Master's programme offered in English is open to graduates of Bachelor's or Master's programmes at other schools.

The Department puts a strong emphasis both on the methodological and theoretical preparation of its students. Apart from basic courses in sociology the Department offers courses from various other related fields.

School of Social Studies, Masaryk University Brno.
Department of Sociology - Head: Assoc. Prof. PhDr. Radim Marada, Ph.D.
Associate Professors:    Assoc. Prof. PhDr. Radim Marada, Ph.D.

Institute of Sociology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
The Institute of Sociology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic was established in its present form in 1990. The Institute of Sociology is engaged in the pursuit of research into contemporary society and in the provision of post-graduate education in the field of sociology. The Institute of Sociology is located in Prague. The Institute of Sociology also comprises the Sociological Data Archive (SDA), the Public Opinion Research Centre (CVVM) and the Library of the Institute of Sociology.

Charles University in Prague Palachovo
A Czech and Roman king Charles IV founded the Prague university by a deed of foundation on April 7, 1348 as a first university (studium generale) to the north of the Alps and to the east of Paris. The Charles University belongs to old European universities.
Department of Sociology
Katedra sociologie FF UK.

SOCIOKLUB
SOCIOKLUB is an association of citizens, a juridical person, a non-governmental and non-profit organisation operating on the territory of the Czech Republic. Its statutes were approved and registered by the Ministry of Interior on 26 September 1995, No. Statutory body: Petr Visek, Executive Director.