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Admission requirements at MU faculties

Faculty of Medicine

Application deadline

Submit your application during this period:

  • for exams in Brno: 4 January–8 June 2020
  • for exams via agencies: 4 January–21 August 2020
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:

  • General Medicine and Dentistry: three separate tests of chemistry, biology, and physics or mathematics
  • Physiotherapy: two separate tests of chemistry and biology 

The entrance examination topics, for the individual subjects as well as sample tests are available at 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

Any questions?

Write at admission@med.muni.cz

Faculty of Science

Application deadline

30 April

Application details
Admission requirements

Entering exams will occur by online interview. The term will be determined by the Faculty headquarters. Successful applicants have to prove basic orientation in the field of molecular and cell biology at the Bachelor level (see details here).

Any questions?

Write at adission@sci.muni.cz

Faculty of Arts

1. Bachelor’s programmes

Application deadline

Submit your application during this period: 1 January–30 April

How to apply

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

Admission requirements

The result of the admission process depends on the quality of the provided documents:

  • two letters of recommendation, one of which must be from a teacher
  • statement of purpose in English (500 words maximum)
  • a document demonstrating English-language skills at the B2 level
  • transcript of secondary school studies
  • some study fields may require also ID or passport copy or secondary school certificate or essay.

Applications will be reviewed by the admission committee and students who pass the first round will be invited for a skype interview. Further details can be found at the faculty website.

Any questions?

Write at admission@phil.muni.cz.

2. Follow-up master’s programmes

Application deadline

Submit your application during this period:

  • September intake: 1 January–30 April
  • February intake: 1 July–31 October
How to apply

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

Admission requirements

English Language and Literature, North-American Culture Studies
Applicants must submit following documents:

  • CV
  • two letters of recommendation, one of which must be from a teacher
  • statement of purpose in English (750 words maximum)
  • copy of the applicant's Bachelor's thesis or its equivalent or 15 pages of applicant´s original academic paper
  • a document demonstrating English-language skills at the C1 level
  • transcript of university/college studies
  • programme North-American Culture Studies requires demonstration of French-language/Spanish language skills at the B1 level

Applications will be reviewed by the admission committee and students who pass the first round will be invited for a skype interview. Further details can be found here.

Visual Culture and Art History
Students of the Department of Art History at MU who have had excellent results in the defence of their Bachelor’s thesis (evaluation A–B) are admitted to the follow-up master’s program without admission interview.

If a student from another programme or another university applies, he/she should present:

  • a written motivation letter, explaining the reasons for interest to study
  • furthermore, student must have successfully defended a B.A. in art history, with an excellent evaluation of thesis (A–B), and with focus on the Mediterranean, Caucasian, Euro-American art and visual cultures
  • student will then undergo an oral examination by a committee of the Department of Art History professors

Please see further details here.

Any questions?

Write at admission@phil.muni.cz.

Faculty of Education

Application deadline

Submit your application during this period: 1 January–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 comprehensive evaluation of the applicant's motivation and language skills. Applicants are asked to submit:

  • CV
  • cover letter
  • certificate of proficiency in English
  • a document certifying completion of secondary education/bachelor's programme

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

Any questions?

Write at admission@ped.muni.cz.

Faculty of Pharmacy

Application deadline

31 August
It is recommended to apply before 31 May for applicants needing visa

Admission requirements

The application consists of the following documents:

  • a Curriculum Vitae (CV) in English
  • verified copy of High School Leaving Certificate with the original Apostille/Superlegalization.

All applicants need to pass entrance exams consisting of the test from biology and chemistry.

Entrance exams:

  • examination consists of written test in biology and chemistry, 40 questions from biology and 40 questions from chemistry on secondary school level, successful applicant must obtain at least 40 points altogether from the test
  • sample questions can be found here
  • entrance examination will take place at the Faculty of Pharmacy or in other place according to applicant's country of origin
  • test can be done online on prior arrangement as well
Any questions?

Write at admission@pharm.muni.cz.

Faculty of Economics and Administration

Application deadline

Submit your application during this period:

  • September intake: 15 December15 April
  • February intake: 15 June15 October
How to apply

For detailed information on the application process, please see: the section for bachelor’s studies in English and follow-up master‘s studies in English.

Admission requirements for bachelor’s studies

The decision on admission is made by the Dean of the faculty upon submission from the Admission Commission for foreign studies. The commission evaluates:

  • documented language competence
  • previous study results
  • sufficient knowledge in the field assessed on the basis of the essay submitted by the candidate and eventual interview
  • data provided in the statement of purpose

Further details can be found at the faculty website.

Admission requirements for follow-up master’s studies

The decision on admission is made by the Dean of the faculty upon submission from the Admission Commission for foreign studies. The commission evaluates

  • documented language competence
  • study combability
  • previous study results
  • data provided in the applicant’s statement of purpose
  • CV

Detailed information can be found at the faculty website.

Any questions?

Write at admission@econ.muni.cz.

Faculty of Informatics

Application deadline

Submit your application during this period:

  • September intake: 15 December15 April 
  • February intake: July27 November
How to apply

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

Admission requirements

Applicants must submit the following documents:

  • diploma or statement of expected graduation
  • diploma supplement/Transcript of records
  • CV
  • proof of English language level
  • motivation letter
  • own academic work/publication (e.g. bachelor, diploma thesis)
  • copy of passport
  • two references on official headed paper, one of which should be an academic reference

Applicants must successfully pass entrance exams or they have to fulfil the criteria for an entrance exam waiver.

Further details can be found at the faculty website.

Any questions?

Write at admission@fi.muni.cz

Faculty of Social Studies

1. Bachelor’s programmes

Application deadline

Submit your application during this period:

  • September intake:
    1 September–15 April (non-EU citizens)
    1 September–1 June (EU citizens) 
  • February intake:
    15 July1 November (non-EU citizens)
    15 July15 November (EU citizens)
How to apply

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

Admission requirements

Applicants must submit following documents:

  • cover letter of 500 words (in English)
  • 1500words essay (in English)
  • secondary school certificate or proof of current studies
  • Transcripts of Grades from secondary school
  • proof of English (a certificate or an honest statement)
  • ID or passport copy

Applications will be reviewed by the admission committee and students who pass the first round will be invited for a skype interview.

Further details can be found at the faculty website.

Any questions?

Write at admission@fss.muni.cz.

2. Follow-up master’s programmes

Application deadline

Submit your application during this period:

  • September intake: 1 September–30 April
  • February intake:
    15 July31 October (recommended for non-EU citizens, latest by 15 November)
    15 July15 November (EU citizens)
How to apply

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

Admission requirements

Applicants must submit following documents:

  • CV
  • motivation letter/statement of purpose
  • diploma (or confirmation of current studies)
  • full transcript
  • proof of English
  • ID or passport
  • one or two recommendations depending on the study programmes.

Applications will be reviewed by the admission committee and students who pass the first round will be invited for a skype interview.

Further details can be found here.

Any questions?

Write at admission@fss.muni.cz.

Application deadlines

The academic year at MU starts in September and it consists of two semesters: autumn and spring semester. Some faculties allow students also starting studying in February (spring semester). Application deadlines differ faculty from faculty:

Faculty of Medicine for exams in Brno: 8 June
for exams via agencies: 21 August
Faculty of Science 30 April
Faculty of Arts BA: 30 April
MA September intake: 30 April
MA February intake: 31 October
Faculty of Education 31 May
Faculty of Pharmacy
31 August
31 May (non-EU students, recommendation)
Faculty of Economics and Administration September intake: 15 April
February intake: 15 October
Faculty of Informatics September intake: 15 April
February intake: 27 November
Faculty of Social Studies BA September intake: 15 April (non-EU), 1 June (EU)
BA February intake: 1 Nov (non-EU), 15 Nov (EU)
MA September intake: 30 April
MA February intake: 31 Oct (non-EU), 15 Nov (EU)

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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