Our Faculty of Education is co-organizing an international exhibition Umgang in Košice.
Click to read more about the UO Doctoral School which continues this year.
Four years ago, the Faculty of Science, University of Ostrava (UO) joined forces with partners from different continents. Although the extensive student and staff exchanges between Czechia, Canada, Vietnam and Ukraine were significantly disrupted by the pandemic and the war, the future is promising.
A unique space suitable for studying, but also for educational and social events is located in the University Library building on Bráfova street. The study room also houses over 1500 books donated by the political scientist and historian Jacques Rupnik himself.
Expected to be completed on September 10 with the approval process starting in early July. Here is a small taste of what you can look forward to.
Ms Samira Shadid and Mr Jeroen Gradener from the University of Applied Sciences of Amsterdam (Department of Social Work) visited the Faculty of Social Studies of University of Ostrava to introduce the URBAN SOS game to the staff members and students.
June 21 – June 24, 2022
Study at the Department of Human Geography and Regional Development includes diverse excursions. For example, the Erasmus students have now swapped their class in Ostrava for Prague and headed straight to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs at the Czernin Palace.
Since 2016, the 11th
of February has been celebrated as the International Day of Women and Girls in Science and its goal is to highlight the importance of women throughout the scientific world. At the same time, our university is celebrating its 30th
birthday and on the occasion of both of these events we offer you an interview with one of its interesting members. Meet Sandra Charvátová, who connected her name with the University of Ostrava through science and research.
The discovery of penicillin started a new era in the treatment of bacterial diseases. Yet, since that time, doctors have come across bacteria resistant to antibiotics.
We asked a Turkish student who chose Ostrava as his destination for the Erasmus programme in 2018. This year he returned for an internship. He told us what the city enchanted him with, how he enjoyed the student life and he described the differences between studying here and in his country as well.
Annually the Grant Agency of the Czech Republic awards prizes in several areas. The prizes are awarded for exceptional projects related to engineering, physical sciences, medical and biological sciences, social sciences and humanities, and agricultural or biological environmental sciences. Nominees for the Award of the President of GA CR are proposed by several hundreds of scientists who evaluate projects that have financially been supported by the Grant Agency. The evaluators finally shortlisted 32 projects across the areas mentioned.
A few days ago, the CSIRT OU (University of Ostrava’s Computer Security Incident Response Team) obtained "Accredited" status from the international organization TF-CSIRT
At the end of June, 2021, the evaluation of 26 grant applications submitted by UO PhD students within the internal Doctoral Grant Competition (DGC) has been successfully finished.
From August 16, 2021, the University of Ostrava opens its own vaccination centre thanks to the Faculty of Medicine. It will serve not only to employees and students but to the wide public as well, so to anyone who, from various reasons, has not been vaccinated against COVID-19 yet.
of June 2021, a new regulation 142/2021 for cyber security team of University of Ostrava, CSIRT OU, went into effect. It is an important step towards effectively dealing with cyber security threats which our university encounters on daily basis.
THE Young University Rankings 2021 compare young, up to 50 years old, international universities. Six universities from Czechia were included and the University of Ostrava (UO) has ranked 2nd among them in this prestigious ranking.
The University of Ostrava would like to provide its partner universities with the opportunity to find out more about our university and its location. We have not been able to meet in person due to the ongoing pandemic and the connected cancellation of most of the conferences, however, this is not going to stop us.
University of Ostrava has partnered with a student non-profit organisation Wanderers of Changing Worlds, Austria, in their ambitious Climate Walk project pursuing research, educational as well as artistic objectives.
Students and employees of the Faculty of Medicine UO have also started helping to vaccinate the public in the large-capacity vaccination centre at the Ostrava Exhibition Centre Černá louka.