Masaryk University

Make your first step in future career in Medicine, Science, Art, Education, Informatics and much more!
Why to study in Masaryk University?
Masaryk University is open-minded and dedicated to influencing the lives of people around it. It has been creating a smarter world since 1919. MUNI makes every effort to ensure that our students successfully complete their studies. They take their responsibilities towards the students, teachers, and the public seriously. Thanks to the MUNI 4.0 project, it has substantially expanded the system of student support services intended to improve completion rates.
2nd
Best university in Czechia
30.500
Students
400
Study Programs
85%
Employed in their field
Faculty of Medicine
The faculty has 16 theoretical departments, 50 clinical and 8 non-medical branch departments. The faculty offers The Simulation Centre (SIMU), highly modern unique teaching workplace, where the practical trainings take place.
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Faculty of Arts
More than 35 000 students have successfully graduated from the faculty. Faculty of Arts offers modern art teaching and research facilities such as CARLA - support centre in humanities and Central Library of the Faculty of Arts.
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Faculty of Education
Faculty specializes in English Language, Linguistics, British and American Literature, Cultural Studies, and Didactics. FE also supports meaningful and applied research, particularly in the area of materials and methods development.
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Faculty of Pharmacy
Faculty specializes at pharmaceutical, medical and natural sciences. Provides theoretical and practical experience to be a quality basis for further education (doctoral study program, specialization and lifelong learning) or start of the career.
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Faculty of Social Studies
Faculty of Social Studies is one of the most modern and dynamic in the Czech Republic. It is focused on education in the fields of sociology, political science, psychology, social policy and social work, media studies and journalism, etc.
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Faculty of Informatics
Is the first Faculty of Informatics in the Czech Republic. Faculty has almost twenty laboratories where researchers and students perform research, often in cooperation with companies located in the science and technology park directly in the FI area.
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Faculty of Economics and Administration
Students from more than 45 countries have been studying on the basis of this faculty. Faculty's professional accreditations are ACCA, EAPAA, ICAEW, CFA. Partners of the faculty: Deloitte, IBM, KPMG, Bisnode.
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Faculty of Law

One of the founding and oldest faculties of the Masaryk University. FL aimes at obtainment of HR Award (logo HR Excellence in Research). FL is a member of several major international legal education institutions and organizations.
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Faculty of Science

The faculty creates about 50% of scientific output of the Masaryk University. FS has established the Technology Transfer Office of Masaryk University (TTO) .Faculty was granted 26 national and 16 international patents and 29 utility models.
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What to study in Masaryk University?
Masaryk University offers a variety of accredited Bachelor's, Master's and PhD programmes both in Czech and English languages.
Bachelor's Programs
Faculty of Medicine
Physiotherapy
Faculty of Arts
English Language and Literature
Faculty of Education
English Language for Education
Faculty of Social Studies
International Relations and European Politics
Master's Programs (undergraduate)
Faculty of Medicine
Dentistry
General Medicine
Faculty of Pharmacy
Pharmacy
Master's Programs
Faculty of Arts
English Language and Literature
North American Culture Studies
Visual Cultures and Art History
Faculty of Education
Lower Secondary School English Language Teacher Training
Faculty of Social Studies
International Relations and European Politics
Public and Social Policy and Human Resources
Sociology
Conflict and Democracy Studies
Cultural Sociology
Energy Policy Studies
European Governance
Faculty of Informatics
Computer Systems, Communication and Security
Software Systems and Services Management
Visual Informatics
Faculty of Economics and Administration
Business Management
Economics
Finance
Public Finance and Economics
Doctoral's Programs
Faculty of Medicine
Bioethics
Biomedical Sciences
Hygiene, Preventive Medicine and Epidemiology
Surgery and Reproductive Medicine
Faculty of Arts
Aesthetics and Culture Studies
Digital Culture and Creative Industries
English Linguistics
Literatures in English
Faculty of Education
Didactics of Foreign Language
Didactics of Foreign Language (German)
Geography Education
School Pedagogy
Theory of Art and Gallery Education
Faculty of Social Studies
Clinical psychology
International Relations and European Politics
Media and journalism studies
Political Science
Psychology
Social Policy and Social Work
Sociology
Faculty of Informatics
Computer Science
Faculty of Economics and Administration
Business Economy and Management
Economic Policy
Economics
Finance
Finanzwesen (German)
Public Economics
Regional Economics
Faculty of Law
Comparative Constitutional Law
Comparative Corporate, Foundation and Trust Law
Intellectual Property Law
Legal Theory and Public Affairs
Faculty of Science
Environmental Health Sciences
Mathematics and Statistics
Admission Requirements
The admission process for the programs in English at Masaryk University, except for medical majors, is conducted online. Which means, that you can get admitted from your home country.
Admission requirements vary for each program.
Visit the program's website or contact us for more information.
Passport / ID

Proper documentation and identification is required for entry into foreign universities. Should be valid for 1 year more from the moment of application and should exceed the duration of study visa for 3 months.
Certificate of Graduation from a Previous level of Studies
A completed secondary education, Bachelor's degree or Master's degree. The document should be translated into English language and sealed by the local authority. In some countries Apostille is required.
Proof of English Language Knowledge
One of internationally recognized language certificates at level B2 or higher (IELTS 6.0 or higher, TOEFL iBT 87 or higher, FCE, CAE, CPE). Confirmation that your bachelor program was taught full in English.
Transcript of Records

Should consist of the course unit code, the title of the courses you have attended, the duration of the course, the local grade.
Transcript Addendum issued by local institution.
Structured CV
CV should highlight research and teaching experience, publications, grants, professional associations and licenses, awards, and any other details that show you're the best candidate, with a photograph and signature.
Motivation Letter
The ML is a way for you to explain why you would be a good fit for the program you are applying for. Describe in a personal way your motivation to apply and the experience you have that led you to this decision.
Recommendation Letter
In the form of an academic or work reference. The document should be 300-400 words long and should present your character, accomplishments and abilities from an objective perspective.
Essay / Oral Exam
An essay on a given topic related to program or verbal examination. Aimed to evaluate your current language command and understanding of the key concepts relevant to your chosen major.
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