Masaryk University offers the best facilities and a state-of-the-art equipment while maintaining a pleasant atmosphere for studying and work and a personal attitude towards students. Choose from a wide range of English-taught programmes including medicine, social sciences, informatics, economics and administration, arts, education, natural sciences, law and sports and tackle contemporary challenges of the global world using the best resources available, including a polar station in Antarctica, an experimental humanities laboratory or a cybersecurity research polygon. Live in a city of Brno voted 6th most popular student city in the world and explore Europe from an ideal starting point.
Admission and entrance exams
How does the Admission Procedure Work?
The qualifications and skill needed for admission to MUNI vary from programme to programme. For full details of entry requirements, visit the faculty/programme web pages. However, the minimum entry requirements for degree programmes are as follows:
1.a For bachelor’s degree programme
Completion of secondary education resulting in a school-leaving examination with a school-leaving certificate.
1.b For master’s degree programme
Bachelor’s degree certificate accompanied by a final TRANSCRIPT OF RECORDS. All documents must be provided in English or with an official English language translation, stamped and signed by a translating company or an authorised university office.
2. Curriculum vitae
3. Statement of purpose
Document outlining the applicant’s history and presenting their motivation for applying to attend the chosen programme.
4. Recommendation letter (if required)
5. English language qualifications TOEFL
550 for paper-based, 213 for computer-based, or 79 for Internet-based tests. Cambridge IELTS written version 6.5, CAE – B grade, CPE – C grade (This does not apply to native speakers and holders of a prior degree taught in English.)
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Why study at Masaryk University?
Location in the Heart of Europe
A great benefit of Masaryk University is its location in the centre of Europe. Those who love to travelling will appreciate the short distance to Prague, Berlin, Vienna, Warsaw, Budapest, and other European metropoles. All those cities are close enough to visit in a day or weekend.
As a research institution Masaryk University puts a great emphasis on the link between research and teaching in both Master’s and PhD programmes, and intensively cooperates with acknowledged international universities and research institutions. Its scientists and scholars have gained wide international recognition in various fields.
Changing and Growing University
The university’s faculties are situated in buildings that literally glow with history. The vast majority of them are located in the city centre and have recently been reconstructed and equipped with modern technologies to meet global standards. Masaryk University also boasts a new campus, inaugurated in 2010, with important state-of-the-art research facilities, classrooms and libraries.
Great University Facilities and Services
State-of-the-art university facilities and services, that are integral part of every faculty, are valued by students, researchers and staff, and are directly linked to their study success.
The EUNIS prizewinning on-line information system – or IS – facilitates the entire administration process.
Libraries and Computer Centre
Masaryk University offers nine modern libraries with a wide range of, a cashless credit system for paying, e-resources that include e-journals, e-books, and databases. A NON-STOP university computer centre with 100 terminals is open 24/7.
Depending on your interests, there is a wide variety of students clubs to choose from.
Accommodation in the form of student dormitories with a bathroom and kitchenette is provided for all who need it. Students have access to a sports field, gym, study rooms, TV rooms, and common lounge areas. The price differs from 110 EUR to 140 EUR per month. Find more info on skm.muni.cz
International Student Club
The university’s International Student Club (ESN) is among the most active clubs in Europe. Its activities range from tutoring, a buddy system, free language courses, and presentations to parties, trips, and excursions within the Czech Republic and to neighbouring countries.
What should you know about Brno
In 2019, Brno was voted 6th most popular student city in the world by students in QS ranking. The second largest city in the Czech Republic, situated in the centre of Europe, has a lot to offer. Not only “unexpected cuisine and nightlife”, as the NYT writes – you can find UNESCO architectural wonders, world-quality coffee scene, ever-living streets, numerous galleries, theatres and much more. Moreover, Brno offers a high quality of life for a great price. The cost of living in Brno is very low in comparison to other EU cities, which allows students to live comfortably on very reasonable budgets. The average monthly cost of accommodation, food and transportation is about 350 EUR.