University measures taken regarding the spread of COVID-19
- The MU Crisis Board recommends mass lectures for more than 100 students to be organized in distance mode everywhere it is possible without significant loss of teaching quality.
- The exam period is from 18 May to 30 September. MU Crisis Board recommends to hold a maximum of examinations in distance form.
- See Rector’s special rules for study in the spring semester.
- Foreigners may enter the country, please see details in sections for students and employees. See also current restrictions in the Czech Republic.
Quarantine extended to forigners
16.15: The quarantine measure for people returning from Italy was extended to those with temporary residence in the Czech Republic.
Infectologist Husa: Don't panic and behave responsibly
19.30: Interview with the head of the Clinic of infectious diseases FN Brno.
New instructions for the Czech students abroad
Quarantine for those permanent rezidents returning from Italy
15.25: All persons with permanent residence in the Czech Republic, who return from their journey from Italy, are obliged to have a fourteen-day quarantine.
On the initiative of Rector Martin Bares, Masaryk University created a volunteer network. With thousands of volunteers applying, we can now offer assistance in many activities and fields.
The university will be without contact teaching until at least mid-May
Today, the rector of Masaryk University Martin Bareš has decided to extend the measures that were taken in order to prevent the spreading of coronavirus.
Overview: How Masaryk University currently works
The coronavirus pandemic has brought many measures, including declaring a State of Emergency in the Czech Republic and the restriction of free people movement. What does this mean for you?
Masaryk University extends the cancellation of contact teaching until 13 April
Masaryk University has extended and supplemented the emergency measures taken in connection with the coronavirus epidemic.
Women in science at Masaryk University: From contemporary history to leukaemia research
In February we celebrated the International Day of Women and Girls in Science.
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