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82681‘Regular sport activity helps to relax and deal with the stress associated with studying and exams, and later with the roster of shifts and overtimes. Future physicians should be able to recommend or even prescribe physical activity and movement to their patients.’

At the moment, we see in doctor’s offices and ambulatory clinics many people who suffer from problems they could treat themselves if they adopted a healthier lifestyle and did not expect doctors to solve all of their discomforts. It will be the task of current students to diagnose such ‘patients’, offer suitable and sensible advice, and teach them how to assume responsibility for their own health. And such advice is much more credible coming from a doctor who is healthy and physically fit.

With respect to the range of activities and interest of students, we are a clear leader among the faculties of the Charles University.

Each year, about 1,500 students of the Czech and 300 students of the English programmes take part in training sessions, about 400 participate in accredited courses, and another 300 are involved in our voluntary events. We see many of them repeatedly and it is clear that sport and the team spirit and new friendships formed while training are part of their life throughout their studies.

Study diligently but do not forget to do some sports. Make sure that one day, you’re a fit practitioner!

Further information is available here.


Beach volleyball

Beach volleyball is taught in 60 minute sessions in three groups ranging from slightly advanced to advanced players on Tuesday from 12.30pm to 3.30pm at the Beachklub Praha Pankrác. This basis is further developed in May during a weekend camp in Dobronice, which focuses mainly on beach volleyball and volleyball. Students who are interested can join a week-long camp in Italy, where we go every September to enjoy sports and do some intensive training.


Our golf training is intended both for complete beginners and advanced golfers. The course includes learning the main golf strokes and the rules of golf. Training sessions are every Tuesday from 2pm to 3pm in Golf Club Hodkovičky.


Our swimming team has a long tradition and some of its members went on to represent Czechoslovakia. Currently (in season of 2016/2017) both men’s and women’s teams lead the University League group B.

Training sessions are every Monday from 5.15pm to 6pm and every Wednesday from 5pm to 6pm in the SCUK swimming pool in Hostivař. We welcome all new members, both those who want to compete and those who just want to improve their fitness or swimming style.


Climbing on artificial wall is intended both for beginners and advanced climbers. Training includes climbing techniques, safe belaying, and trail marking.

Follow-up courses include rock climbing for beginners, rock climbing for advanced climbers, and ice climbing. Training sessions are every Tuesday from 2pm to 6pm in Smíchoff Climbing Centre.


Our floorball team was founded in 2011 and consists of students of the 1st Faculty of Medicine who either play or used to play floorball on a competitive level and those who just enjoy it. Our team regularly ranks at the top positions in the Faculty Floorball League and in 2013/2014 even won it. Training sessions are every Tuesday from 6pm to 7pm the SCUK sports hall in Hostivař.

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