University measures taken regarding the spread of COVID-19
- Students of all years can attend classes, exams or consultation in the presence of a maximum of 15 students. Clinical and practical teaching does not limit the number of students. See Rector’s special rules for study in the spring semester.
- To enter the buildings, students must confirm the electronic declaration of the absence of symptoms of viral infectious diseases. See the website of faculties and libraries for information on movement restrictions.
- The exam period is from 18 May to 30 September. MU Crisis Board recommends to hold a maximum of examinations in distance form.
- Foreigners may enter the country, please see details in sections for students and employees. See also current restrictions in the Czech Republic.
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.
Masaryk University opens its own vineyard
The opening will be held during the Wine Picnic festival of wine and music on Thursday, June 2.
Ceitec gets millions to work with the best in Europe
Projects offer great opportunities for PhD students. It will be possible to go for an exchange abroad or work with a mentor.
Masaryk University plans to establish private college
The new college became a serious topic of discussion during the preparation of the University’s Strategic Plan.
Researchers examine the impact of lack of sleep on the brain
At Ceitec MU, they are looking for connections between sleep deprivation and certain mental illnesses.
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