Tuition fees and financial aid

A university degree is one of the most valuable investments you can make on your way to a promising career and future. Masaryk University provides excellent education in the form of Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD programmes taught both in English and in Czech.

Programmes taught in Czech

Whereas students in programmes taught in English are charged very affordable fees, programmes taught in Czech are completely tuition free, but a serious working knowledge of Czech is required.

If you are interested in studying in Czech or would like to improve your command of the language, you might consider registering in a preliminary language course one year prior to your enrolment at Masaryk University. This intensive course will help you prepare for studying one of the 300 fields of study taught in Czech.

Tuition fees for degree programmes taught in English

Tuition fees are paid per academic year and vary depending on the faculty and the degree programme.​

Faculty of Medicine 280,000 CZK (General Medicine)
330,000 CZK (Dentistry)
195,000 CZK (Physiotherapy)

Tuition fees at the Faculty of Medicine are paid in CZK. Prices in EUR may differ slightly depending on the current exchange rate.
Faculty of Arts 4,000 EUR (English Language and Literature, Bachelor’s programme)
4,000 EUR (English Language and Literature, Master’s programme)
Faculty of Education 2,000 EUR
Faculty of Economics and Administration 3,500 EUR
Faculty of Informatics 3,000 EUR
Faculty of Social Studies 2,200 EUR  (Bachelor’s programmes)
3,000 EUR (Master's programmes)

Financial aid

1. Grant in support of accomodation

Masaryk University provides a financial grant to help students offset their accomodation costs. It is awarded each semester to students who meet all the required criteria.

Read through the criteria below to see if you qualify:

  • You are enrolled in a full-time degree programme
  • You are enrolled in a degree programme which is your first degree programme at any university in the Czech Republic with the exception of being enrolled in your first follow-up Master’s degree programme (relevant to graduates of Bachelor’s degree programmes) or your first doctoral degree programme (relevant to graduates of Master’s degree programmes); furthermore, studies in degree programmes which you may have enrolled in and completed between May 1 and October 30 of one calendar year are not taken into account.
  • You have not exceeded the standard length of studies in any of the degree programmes in which you are concurrently enrolled.
  • You do not have a permanent address within the Statutory City of Brno (Brno City district).

If you fulfil all the above criteria, you can submit an application electronically through our Information System any time in November for the fall semester and in April for the spring semester.

For more information, please contact the Office for International Relations at your faculty.

2. Scholarships provided by individual faculties

Apart from the Accomodation grant provided by Masaryk University, you can apply for other financial aid organised specifically by your faculty.

3. Government scholarship

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport of the Czech Republic annually offers scholarships designed for university students or graduates and Ph.D. candidates from other countries who wish to accomplish a study or research stay at one of the higher education institutions in the Czech Republic.

For more information about the scholarship, please visit the Ministry website.

4. Federal student aid for students from the USA

Masaryk University is eligible to certify loan applications for the Federal Direct Student Loan Program and is open to accept US students.

In the Master´s Degree Programmes of Sociology (Cultural Sociology, International Joint Master’s Degree in Cultural Sociology, Sociology), European Politics, European Governance and Energy Security Studies students can apply for a Federal Direct Student Loan. For more information please visit https://studentaid.ed.gov/sa/ and www.cic.muni.cz/federal-student-aid.

5. Erasmus+ Master loans

6. International Visegrad Fund

5. Scholarships within international mobility programmes

If you are an Exchange student and plan on staying at Masaryk University for just a short period, you might be able to qualify for financial support provided by a specific exchange programme. To see the whole selection, please visit our Centre for International Office website.

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