Fees and scholarships


Studies in doctoral degree programmes are tuition free with the exception of programmes accredited in a language other than Czech, in which case a student is classified as a self-payer and enters into a contract with the faculty. The fee amount depends on the faculty and field of study.


Full-time doctoral degree programme students who have not exceeded the standard length of studies are entitled to a scholarship in accordance with MU scholarship and bursary regulations.

Although the scholarship amount differs by faculty, a university-wide minimum scholarship amount is also determined by the Rector on an annual basis. For 2018, the minimum scholarship in support of studies in doctoral degree programmes has been established at 12,000 CZK. Individual faculties may offer additional scholarships. Information on such scholarships is available on faculty websites.

Tuition fees for doctoral degree programmes taught in English

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

Faculty of Law

60,000 CZK (Financial Law and Financial Studies

1,000 EUR (Intellectual Property Law)

500 EUR (other programmes)

Faculty of Medicine 0 EUR
Faculty of Science 3,000 EUR 
Faculty of Arts

500 EUR (Study of Religions)

2,000 EUR (English Linguistic; Literatures in English)

2,500 EUR (other programmes)

Faculty of Education 55,000 CZK
Faculty of Pharmacy
Faculty of Economics and Administration 0 EUR
Faculty of Informatics 0 EUR
Faculty of Social Studies 1,500 EUR 
Faculty of Sport Studies 1,000 EUR 


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