Admission to Bachelor's and Long-cycle Master's degree programmes
- General information
- Application deadline
- Entrance examination
- Open Days
- After applying
- Contact admission office
The admission procedure is an administrative process set to determine whether or not an applicant shall be admitted to studies in an accredited degree programme. The admission procedure begins with the submission of an application to an MU faculty and proceeds in compliance with the Higher Education Act and Masaryk University Statutes. The admission procedure ends with a decision on admission or denial of admission to studies in the degree programme and field of study listed in the entrance application. Should the applicant withdraw the application or fail to complete the requirements imposed by the admission procedure (in particular the entrance examinations), all fees associated with the admission procedure are considered non-refundable.
The application may be submitted electronically at http://is.muni.cz/prihlaska.
Fees associated with admission procedures at all Masaryk University faculties have been set at 400 CZK apart from the Faculty of Sports Studies, (550 CZK) and the Faculty of Medicine, bachelor's field of study Paramedic (600 CZK).The applicant is required to pay the fee for each submitted application. Payment information for each electronic application including an individually assigned identification code is generated by the Information System following the submission of the online form. The system generate a bill after each individual e-application is filled out; when submitting more than one application the applicant can pay for all the applications with a single payment. Payment is made through the MU on-line shop. It is not necessary to confirm payment by post. Applicants who fail to attend the entrance examinations will not be refunded.
Applications are to be submitted from 1 November 2012 to 28 February 2013. Should a given field of study fail to reach full capacity, the faculty may extend the application deadline. More information about submitting applications after the application deadline is available at individual faculty offices for studies.
Every applicant who wants to study at Masaryk University in the Czech language have to take the Learning Potential Test (LPT). This is an entrance exam for applicants to all MU faculties (except the Faculty of Medicine and the Faculty of Social Studies). If you wish to apply to more than one degree programme or faculty, you will take the test only once that year. The results will be credited to every application for which the test is relevant.
LPT assesses your ability to study successfully at MU. It consists of seven parts focusing on verbal, symbolic, numerical, critical, and analytical thought, judgement, spatial imagination, and cultural knowledge. It consists a total of 70 questions, and you will have 100 minutes to work on them. Would you like to take a dry run at the LPT free of charge? Go to http://www.muni.cz/tsp and click on the link to recommended reading for the LPT. This internet application precisely replicates the atmosphere of the entrance exam; it measures time, records answers, grades the test and shows the number of points earned. At the same address you will find PDF files for every past version of the LPT from previous years including the correct answers. You can also try the LPT on-line at http://is.muni.cz/prihlaska .
The dates of entrance examinations at individual faculties are listed in a detailed schedule. You have the opportunity to choose your preferred LPT session when submitting the application; your wish will be met insofar as this is technically feasible.
If you are travelling to the Czech Republic, we will be pleased to meet you at our university on certain so called Open days when the university staff is more than ready to welcome you and take you around the university. Besides Open days you can send us an email on admission@municz to set up an appointment with us. We will contact you about the possibilities and time.
The next communication and any conditions attached to the admission process will be communicated to you through the online application and by a letter/email from the University. You can track the status of your application by yourselves via the online application system anytime.
If you have degrees issued abroad and wish to enroll at our university (or any in the Czech Republic), you are required to obtain an official document confirming that your degree is recognised in the Czech Republic (This doesn’t apply those issued in Germany, Hungary, Poland and Slovenia according the bilateral agreements). This document is called A Nostrification of Certificates Issued by School Abroad (in the case of secondary education attained). We strongly recommend all degree applicants start working on legalisation of documents as soon as possible as the legalisation process takes some time, usually up to 30 days (60 days) in complex cases. But please bear in mind that you cannot start working on the legalisation of documents without having received your diploma/certificate. Detailed information on legalisation process is available in the chapter FAQ at http://www.muni.cz/international_students or at http://www.muni.cz/study/recognition
Are you interested in studying at Masaryk University but you still have a plenty of specific questions related to the admission procedure? You can request further information from the International Student Advisor:
|Faculty of Law||admission@lawmunicz|
|Faculty of Medicine||admission@medmunicz|
|Faculty of Science||admission@scimunicz|
|Faculty of Arts||admission@philmunicz|
|Faculty of Education||admission@pedmunicz|
|Faculty of Economics and Administration.||admission@econmunicz|
|Faculty of Informatics||admission@fimunicz|
|Faculty of Social Studies||admission@fssmunicz|
|Faculty of Sports Studies||admission@fspsmunicz|