Take advantage when you solve:
- difficulties with studying
- traumatic experience
- fear of the future
- difficulties with self-esteem
We’re here for you when you face challenging situations. The Faculty and Charles University offers support services to help students cope with challenging studying, crisis moments or conflict with another member of the academic community.
Support can be used by any student of the Medical Faculty in Pilsen who would like to address a certain therapeutic topic or has certain difficulties.
The Ombudsman at the Faculty of Medicine in Pilsen is here to protect your rights and help create a safe, fair and respectful environment. He deals with various problematic situations that may arise in an academic environment.
Charles University provides support services in the following forms:
We support your academic success. The main mission of the Learning Support Centre is to support you in your efforts to manage your studies at LFP. We assist new students in making a faster and more efficient transition to college.
Charles University attaches the utmost importance to prevention and a safe environment for everyone. It does not accept any form of sexual and gender-based harassment or violence and expects all individuals in the university community, its visitors, and contracting partners to treat each other with mutual respect, consideration, and dignity.
Sexual harassment can be generally defined as inappropriate or unwelcome behaviour with sexual overtones. The essence of sexual harassment (similar to other forms of harassment) is an attempt to acquire, increase, or maintain dominance over another person. Hence, we can divide sexual harassment into two categories:
1. Unwelcome sexual attention,
2. Sexual blackmail and coercion.
First of all, you should know that such behaviour is unacceptable, and you must establish some boundaries in relation to it. Tolerating or taking the blame for such behaviour, dropping a class or ending your studies, or quitting your job does not help matters.
More information, contact e-mail and additional options of support for students and employees including links to other sources can be found on Charles University’s website.
This information is, from this point on, permanently displayed also in the section “Center for students – counselling”.