Elham Kargar Tazargh
courses in English
Industry-driven specialist IT programmes
Internships, cutting-edge research facilities
Over 95 % employability rates after graduation
Popular student city, Silicon Valley of the Czech Republic
Tightly interconnected with various local and global IT companies, the Faculty of Informatics ensures that the students have the head-start in the IT job market. With internships, special courses taught by professions from the private sector, and the best equipment available, the students get the edge necessary to really stand out among the competition.
Contact our international student directly and ask about her life and studies at the Faculty of Informatics. Faculty ambassador is a student of follow-up master degree programme Visual Informatics and she is from Iran.
Ecuadorian student Mirek Houdek talks about his studies at MU’s Faculty of Economics and Administration.
American Evangeline Moore studied international relations in Boston but wanted to do a master’s degree abroad, preferably in Europe.
How do you bake Czech bread and cook kulajda, a traditional Czech soup? Students at this year’s virtual winter schools organized by MU got to find out at an hour-long cooking workshop.
Malina Grube, a law student from the University of Auckland, took part in a virtual summer school offered by MU. She liked the programme so much that she signed up for a second one in January.
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Applicants must submit the following documents:
Applicants must successfully pass entrance exams or they have to fulfil the criteria for an entrance exam waiver.
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Follow-up master's programmes:
September intake: 15 April
February intake: 15 October