Rector cancels all classes in preventative measure due to coronavirus
11.00: Rector of Masaryk University Martin Bareš announced rector´s leave with immediate effect for 14 days. It responded to the current situation regarding the spread of coronavirus infection. Students will not participate in any contact lessons (from 10 to 24 March) in the next 14 days. Teachers can replace it by distance form, where possible.
Also, all events organized by the University are canceled, regardless of the expected numbers of persons. Operation in dormitories, canteens and libraries will be caused by an extraordinary situation so that students do not have to worry about contagion.
The Rector recommended that the Deans adapt the operation at the faculties so that, where possible, the employees remain in the homeoffice regime, while others will go to work.
Most of EU foreigners may enter the country without any restriction
From this week, most of EU foreigners may enter the Czech Republic without any restrictions. Negative test for coronavirus or compulsory quarantine is required for foreigners coming from Sweden, Portugal, Belgium, UK and Silesian Voivodeship in Poland.
Foreigners from EU can enter Czech Republic under updated rules
There are updated rules of entering the Czech Republic.
Information on issuing visas and residence permits
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic has started to issue visas and residence permits for international students and employees of Masaryk University. Please see more information at the website of the ministry.
All MUNI canteens will reopen from Monday 25 May
From Monday, 25 May, all MU catering services will reopen. There will be also a new offer of meals on the menu, but it is still necessary to order meals in the reservation system in advance. New: meals can now be ordered 14 days in advance. The ordering obligation does not apply to weekly menu.