10 July – 23 July

2 ECTS

1000 EUR

€100 discount for partner universities

Deadline

31 May

About summer programme

Student will receive basic education in medical physics with a focus on imaging methods and their aspects covering also safety issues. The course will include basics of health informatics and its important role in healthcare systems. The course will focus mainly on practical skills with real medical instruments (for example diagnostic ultrasound, electrocardiography, doppler ultrosound, thermography, etc.) and partly on lectures to provide a theoretical background.

This programme is designed as a part of our Intensive 2 Week Summer School, where multiple courses from a wide of Masaryk University study programmes and departments will be offered. These courses will be arranged in an intensive and dynamic form, each working day there will be an academic session, and these may take the form of a lecture, seminar, company visit or practical field work.

In addition to the academics, cultural and social programming will be offered, including the option of a one-day excursion to Vienna and/or Prague.

Details

Academic Overview

Classes take place Monday-Friday (usually) in the mornings. The site visits and learning outside the classroom takes place in the afternoons. Culture/social activities will take place in the afternoons/nights.

Introduction to the medical physics, introduction to health informatics

Topics included:

  • Methods of detection and measurement electromagnetic radiation (including ionizing radiation)
  • methods of ultrasound imaging
  • X-rays imaging methods
  • MRI imaging – visit of the MRI center
  • Methods of measuring of electric biosignals (including ECG measurement)
  • Optical laboratory methods (spectrophotometry, refractometry, polarimetry)
  • Microscopy (light microscopy, fluorescence microscopy)
  • Measurement of biosignals (blood flow, blood pressure, audiometry, etc.)
  • Eye examination (optotype, keratorefractometry, intraocular pressure, etc.)
  • Medical infrared thermography course
  • 3D modeling and 3D printer
  • Health informatics, healthcare quality management
  • Patient and hospital databases and data processing

The course will consist of 10 individual lecture topics, covering the above topics.

What is included in the cost?

Cost: The cost of this program is €1000, with a €100 discount for partner universities. The cost breakdowns as follows:

Fees include:
- Tuition fees
- Accommodation in Brno (10-23 July)
- Opening and Closing receptions
- Culture activities around Brno
- Day trip to Prague or Vienna
- 24/7 support
- Social programme

Students should budget an additional €200-500 depending on their spending habits for food (breakfast, lunch, dinner) and fun "optional" activities in Brno.

Life in Brno

Brno is a great place to live, even if just for a short period of time. As a student city (1/5 of the population are students) and an international city there is always something to do, and the Czech language isn’t a barrier. This means that exploring cafes, teahouses, restaurants and the local sites is easy, even without our amazing assistants. However, because we want you to get the most out of your experience, we have a team of local Czech students to show you their favourite things in Brno!

Best Cafes for coffee and tea
Best Restaurants
Favourite Places in Brno to relax

Culture/Social

The team of professional and local students provides the 24/7 assistance from the practical and safety arrangements to creating a rich cultural program helping the participants to understand better culture of Moravia and Central Europe in general. Moreover the staff is trying to assist with creating social activities that aims at enhancing the mutual cultural exchange and understanding.

Accommodation

Students in this program are housed in one of our Residence Halls where both international and Czech students live during the school year. This is a great opportunity to see how student housing is different all around the world (or is similar, depending on what country you are from!). In Brno, students share a room with one other student, while on trips, students are three per room.

Bedding is provided; however, students should bring their own towels. Students will have an opportunity to cook their own meals, some cooking supplies will be provided, as supplies last.

 

How to apply

No academic pre-requirements, suitable for applicants for medicine study. Knowledge of physics and biology at the secondary school level


Please follow this link and choose the correct "Intensive Summer School..." programme. You might apply to more than one course to ensure you have a backup plan in case the course of your first choice does not open (the minimum enrollment for a course to be offered - unless specified differently - is five students). Do not forget to include all the necessary information (and documents if requested) including writing a short statement of purpose. We will contact you afterwards to tell you if your application was successful and to discuss the further steps (including the deposit payment) with you.

Student experience

The cultural and social activities were very nice and closely coordinated, so that we got to experience a lot about the Czech culture and at the same were bonding with our fellow students.

 

Life in Brno...

The 'beach' in the city centre where students can sit with friends.
One of the fabulous cafes where students grab a bite to eat before class!
Experience Czech culture.
Make friends of a lifetime.

Travel to...


Vienna


Prague


Budapest

Contacts

Martin Glogar

summer school manager

E‑mail:

Erin Anna Smith

summer school manager

E‑mail:

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