Brno: a city where you will want to live

Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic, is a continuously evolving science and technology hub conveniently situated in the heart of Central Europe. Its very location greatly facilitates involvement in numerous European research and development initiatives. With its forward-looking attitude and myriad professional opportunities, Brno is not only home to a diverse network of businesses, but with one in five of its inhabitants enrolled in university studies, it is the sixth most popular student city in the world. Why exactly? Read on below. Even better, come and see for yourself.

No. 1 in science investment in Czechia

Brno as well as the entire South Moravian Region are well known for their intensive support of research, development and innovation. In fact, Czechia presently ranks as the most innovative country within the Visegrad Group according to the 2020 Bloomberg Innovation Index. Learn more

Progressive spirit

Modern facilities, dynamic collaborations, cutting-edge equipment, and, most importantly, endless potential. In addition to the opportunity to freely engage in your research work at Masaryk University, the presence of many successful global companies in Brno will enable you to take your research even further. Thanks to their intensive collaboration with the university’s Technology Transfer Office, your research results will be recognised, patented and used in real-life applications.

A city where you will want to live

Brno, a city of 400,000 inhabitants, located in the eighth safest country in the world, offers a high standard of living at a relatively low cost: a dinner for two for approximately €25, monthly groceries for €100, theatre tickets for approximately €15, and that wonderful Czech beer you keep hearing about for less than €2.

Speaking of theatres and beer, Brno is a lively city full of culture with dozens of theatres, cinemas, museums, and music clubs, as well as restaurants, pubs, and bars – perfect for evening outings with friends. Catch a play at the Goose on a String Theatre, see the newest exhibition at the Museum of Applied Arts, or stroll around the city streets and discover Brno’s marvellous historic centre along with its many modern pieces of art and sculpture.

In case you feel like escaping urban life, you can always head out of town: the vibrant landscapes of the beautiful South Moravian Region are just a few tram stops away. Enjoy the region’s numerous cycling routes and hiking paths through forests, hills and vineyards!

Are you ready to move on with your career and life to the next level in Brno? Learn more here.

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