International Students

Courses - general information

Courses in English for Erasmus students

The courses offered below are our basic Erasmus classes. We usually add other elective courses to our basic schedule each semester. Apart from these classes the students attend the courses at the respective Departments according to their field of study. Such classes are not included in the basic schedule.

The exact class schedule is available at the beginning of each semester.

Winter Semester:

Teaching period: beginning of October – Christmas
Exam period: beginning January – mid-February

Erasmus Project (Puppetry, Acting, Stage Design, individual projects): 12 credits
Modern Czech Theatre: 3 credits
Performance Analysis : 3 credits
Acting Techniques: 3 credits
Acting with the Inner Partner: 3 credits
Acrobatics: 1 credit
Music Activity: 1 credit
Training: 1 credit
Czech language: 1 credit
Puppet Animation: 2 credits
Fencing: 1 credit
Various sports and fitness classes (swimming, power yoga, tap dance, tchaj-ti etc): 1 credit each

Spring Semester:

Teaching period: mid-February – mid-May
Exam period: mid-May – end of June

Erasmus Project: 12 credits
Modern Czech Theatre
: 3 credits

Performance Analysis: 3 credits
Acting Techniques: 3 credits
Acting with the Inner Partner : 3 credits
Acrobatics: 1 credit
Music Activity: 1 credit
Training: 1 credit
Czech language: 1 credit

Puppet Animation: 2 credits
Fencing: 1 credit
Various sports and fitness classes (swimming, power yoga, tap dance, tchaj-ti etc): 1 credit each

Specific discipline courses

Students can attend classes not included in the basic Erasmus schedule at the respective DAMU Departments according to their admission. Their study program will be created in cooperation with their tutor.

In some cases it is possible that DAMU Erasmus students attend some of the courses at FAMU and HAMU. However, such admission is not automatic and has to be agreed upon individually.

Students are required to complete all the assigned projects before their departure. It is the tutor, not the student, who determines that the project has been completed. Please keep this in mind when planning your departure date.

For more information please contact:

Zora Hermochová, International Office Coordinator:

Marek Bečka, Vice-Dean for International Relations: