Application guide

for Bachelor’s and long-cycle Master’s degree programmes (incl. Medicine) taught in English

Admission requirements

Faculty-specific information

Faculty of Medicine

Application deadline

1 January – 31 July

How to apply

For detailed information on application process, please see the faculty website.

Admission requirements

Applicants are admitted on the basis of a written entrance examination which consists of three separate tests of chemistry, biology, and physics or mathematics. The passmark for admission is 60 %. The entrance examination topics, for the individual subjects as well as sample tests are available in a relevant section of the faculty website.

For detailed information on admission requirements and entrance exam dates, please see the faculty website

Preparatory courses

The Faculty of Medicine offers specialized preparatory courses designed for students who wish to study General Medicine, Dentistry or Physiotherapy in English. The programmes are focused on acquiring the secondary school skills and knowledge of chemistry, biology, physics and Czech language essential for the success at the entrance examination and the first year studies

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Additional information on admission procedure requirements may be obtained at:

Faculty of Education

Application deadline

1 November – 31 May

How to apply

For detailed information on application process, please see the faculty website.

Admission requirements

Applicants are admitted on the basis of a written entrance examination. For detailed information on admission requirements, please see the faculty website.

Any questions?

Additional information on admission procedure requirements may be obtained at:

Faculty of Arts

Application deadline

1 February – 30 April

How to apply

For detailed information on application process, please see the faculty website.

Admission requirements

Admission is offered to applicants selected by a departmental entrance examination committee on the basis of a complex assessment of the applicant's language skills, recommendations and motivation.

Applicants are asked to submit the following:

  1. Two letters of recommendation, one of which must be from a teacher.
  2. Statement of purpose (in English, not exceeding 500 words) explaining why the applicant wishes to enrol in a selected degree programme at a given department.
  3. Certificate of proficiency in English, issued no more than one year prior to application submission. The following are accepted:
    • IELTS with a score of 6.5 or higher
    • Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English with a grade of A or B
    • Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English

For detailed information on admission requirements, please see the faculty website.

Any questions?

Additional information on admission procedure requirements may be obtained at:

Faculty of Social Studies

Application deadlines

1 November -  15 April 

How to apply

For detailed information on application process, please see the faculty website.

Admission requirements

To be accepted, the applicant must have completed secondary school with a graduation exam. Admission takes place on the grounds of a cover letter in English (c. 500 words), essay on an international policy topic of applicant’s own choice in English (1,500 words) and proof of language competence on the B2 level of the European Referential Framework of Languages.

All applicants will be contacted by our admission office and explained the admission procedure in detail.

Any questions?

Additional information on admission procedure requirements may be obtained at:

admission@fss.muni.cz

Recognition of education

Studies in Bachelor’s (3 years) and long-cycle Master’s degree programmes (5-6 years) are open to those who have completed their secondary school studies. A certificate of recognition of foreign higher education and qualification must be provided by all students who earned a degree abroad. This official document ensures that your degree will be recognised in the Czech Republic (this does not apply to students from Germany, Hungary, Poland and Slovenia thanks to bilateral agreements on mutual recognition of educational qualifications). Please keep in mind that the entire recognition procedure may take up to 2 months. Your selected faculty will help you with the recognition process.

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