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.
We are looking for volunteers from the public
9:50 Masaryk University is looking for volunteers that are willing to help in the time of the coronavirus pandemic.
Rector updated the special measure
16.00: After the announcement of the state of emergency by the Government of the Czech Republic, MU Rector Martin Bareš proceeded to update the special measure.
Letter by the rector Martin Bareš to all at Masaryk University
11.40: Today, the Rector addressed students and employees with a call to deal with discretion, responsibility and solidarity.
The State of Emergency ended on 17 May. See the current restriction in the Czech Republic
Update: Thu 2 July
The State of Emergency in the Czech Republic was declared between 12 March to 17 May 2020. Although the State of Emergency is no longer valid, there are still some restrictions. Please read the details.
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.
Two scientists from CEITEC Masaryk University received ERC-CZ Grants. They will focus on infections
Two CEITEC MU projects received over 110 million CZK for research on bacterial and viral infections.
MUNI dormitories: Students can check-out remotely. They get 70 percent discount
Masaryk University will help students who live at dormitories and who are affected by the current restrictions on movement and interruption of contact teaching.
Future teachers look after the children of health professionals. “We are needed here,” says student
Pavlína Malíková is one of the students of the MU Faculty of Education who started providing childcare to employees of the University Hospital Brno a week ago.
Donations for “MUNI Helps” campaign exceed 74,000 euros
Donations to support the volunteer service run by Masaryk University to help manage the current novel coronavirus crisis have already exceeded 74,000 euros (2 million crowns).
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