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How to Apply to Bachelor Programs
Admission calendar and deadlines for application
- Bachelor program applications are to be submitted until 28 February 2017 (the form opens on 1 November of the previous year)
- All applicants will be notified by the admission officers and informed about the entrance examinations
- Full lists of degree programs and study fields at Masaryk University in International Applicants section - programs can be filtered according to the language, level of study, and browsed by faculties or in alphabetical order, links to e-application form are given (when the e-application form is open), FAQs, contacts offered
- E-application – here you also find all details about a degree program and its admission requirements with the full list of literature for the entrance exam, if applicable
Fees associated with admission procedure for Bachelor programs was set at 300 CZK. The applicant is required to pay the fee for each submitted application. Payment information for each electronic application including an individually assigned identification code is generated by the Information System following the submission of the online form. The system generate a bill after each individual e-application is filled out; when submitting more than one application the applicant can pay for all the applications with a single payment. Payment is made through the MU on-line shop. It is not necessary to confirm payment by post. Applicants who fail to attend the entrance examinations will not be refunded.
The next steps of the admission process and entrance conditions will be communicated to you through the online application and by a letter/email from the University. You can track the status of your application by yourself via the online application system anytime.
If you have a prior degrees issued abroad and wish to enroll at our university (or any in the Czech Republic), you are required to obtain an official document confirming that your degree is recognized in the Czech Republic - see main menu for the information about prior degrees. The certificate of recognition has to be submitted at enrollment date latest.
Admissions - English-taught Programs
Information will be published by September 2016.
Entrance examination - Czech-taught Programs
Applicants to Bachelor-level degree programs at the Faculty of Social Studies typically take written entrance exams combining test of general study aptitudes with social science background testing. Since 1990, these combined tests have been run by the SCIO company. As an option, you can take the Learning Potential Test at MU and have only the social science background tested by SCIO.
Please note that you have to choose the same combination for all your applications to the Faculty of Social Studies:
A. either the SAT test by SCIO + social science test by SCIO
B. the LPT test by MU + social science test by MU.
This video gives you graphic information about the entrance exams (in Czech).
International applicants with the proof of B2 knowledge of the Czech language can take alternative written exam designed for international students. In any case, the results will be credited to every application for which the test is relevant.
Admission contacts & useful links
- Admission to Czech-taught Bachelor and Master programs, FSS MU, Jostova 10, Brno, Czech Republic: Ms. Ludmila Polášková, phone: +420 549 496 289, e-mail: email@example.com
- Admission to Eglish-taught Bachelor program, FSS MU, Jostova 10, Brno, Czech Republic: Ms. Jolana Navrátilová, phone: +420 549 491 914, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- MU Prospective International Students – detailed information about Masaryk University, preparatory year with Czech language, degree programs offered in Czech and English, admission calendars, tuition fees, degree recognition, visa procedures, and also about studies and life in Brno in general, etc. FAQs