Application guide

for follow-up Master’s degree programmes taught in English

How to apply

The application is submitted electronically. This allows you to track your application’s status throughout the entire process. You may also be asked to complete a printed application form for certain individual programmes. Fees associated with admission procedures at all Masaryk University faculties are 600 CZK per submitted application (650 CZK at Faculty of Social Studies and 1000 CZK at Faculties of Medicine and Arts) and are non-refundable.

Application deadlines

There are some slight differences to the dates the Electronic Application System (EAS) is open to receive your application. Please refer to the following:

  • Faculty of Medicine
    1 January – 31 July (Fall semester)
  • Faculty of Economics and Administration
    15 June – 15 October (Spring semester)
    15 December – 15 April (Fall semester)
  • Faculty of Social Studies
    1 September – 30 November (Spring semester)
    1 February – 30 April (Fall semester)
  • Faculty of Informatics
    1 November – 30 April (Fall semester)
  • Faculty of Education
    1 November – 31 May (Fall semester)
  • Faculty of Arts
    1 January – 30 April (Fall semester)
    1 July – 31 October (Spring semester)

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Admission requirements

Qualifications and skills required for admission to Masaryk University vary from programme to programme. While faculty websites are the most reliable sources of detailed information on admission requirements to your programme, most Master’s degree programmes include some or all of the following admission requirements:

  1. Bachelor’s degree certificate
    Proof of qualifications (diploma copy certified by an authorised university office or a public notary) including a final transcript of records. A diploma or transcript of records not issued in English or Czech should be accompanied by an official English language translation, stamped and signed by an authorised translator or university office.
  2. Certificate of proficiency in English
    You must prove that your command of the English language is sufficient for you to follow courses without language-related difficulties. The following are accepted:
    • TOEFL score of over 550 (paper-based), 213 (computer-based) or 79 (Internet-based)
    • IELTS score of over 6.5, Cambridge CAE (B grade or higher) or CPE (C grade or higher)
    • Native speakers and holders of degrees taught in English are exempt.
    • Please note that the above scores may not be sufficient for some faculties or departments. You may be asked to demonstrate your English proficiency e.g. in a video conference interview.
  3. Curriculum vitae
    Summary of education, relevant work experience, skills, etc.
  4. Statement of purpose
    Document outlining your personal and professional motivation for applying for studies in a given degree programme.
  5. Recommendation letter
    You may be required to provide references from a teacher or thesis supervisor.

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