How to Apply to Master's Degree Programs
Admission calendar and deadlines for application
- April 30 – deadline to submit application to Master's degree programs for September enrollment (e-application is open between 1 February and 30 April)
- November 30 – deadline to submit application to Master's degree programs open for February enrollment (e-application is open between 1 September and 30 November); visa-country applicants are recommended to submit a complete application by October 31
Please note – joint and double degree programs have different deadlines and applications are submitted at our partner universities
- International Joint Master's Degree in Cultural Sociology – apply by 15 May via Graz University (2nd call: half of July)
- European Governance (double degree) – apply by 1 April via Utrecht University
- Joint Master in International Relations – 5 application rounds in Krakow (see the program admission page), Masaryk University, however, collects the data via e-application record (free of charge). Follow the links at the end of this page
- Also please note that all applicants for IVF scholarships must send full application pack by 30 November (and only next spring apply online for September round), and all applicants for EMA2 scholarships must keep the consortia deadlines and apply via these
Application and application pack
As part of your application, you need to submit the e-application form with your personal data (and your own email), cover the application fee of 400CZK and submit the documents that form the application pack:
- Your CV/resumé
- Motivation letter/statement of purpose
- Diploma (or confirmation of current studies)
- Full transcripts
- Proof of English
- ID or passport
- Recommendations – must be sent by the referees themselves to our e-mail or mail contacts
You must deliver the application pack by the given deadline:
Upload the 6 documents via the e-application form (name each of the files clearly: e.g. CV_Surname_Name, etc. and send pdf files with more pages scanned in one) and ask your referee(s) to send us the recommendation(s) letter via email
Important!: Prior to enrollment, it is necessary to obtain the formal recognition of prior education in the Czech Republic.
Admission requirements and e-application links
All Master's programs applicant must have completed prior Bachelor education, preferably in social sciences or humanities. Admission is granted to candidates with good study results, strong motivation and interest in the topic. Proof of English language proficiency and recommendation letter required. The admission committees evaluate applications of all candidates based on submitted materials (maximum 100 points; with 60 points as a passing level), and in case of need, they arrange video-interviews with the applicants.
- Read the website of a chosen degree program for concrete requirements or see general entry requirements for English-taught Master programs at MU
- E-application – establish the online record of your application (it has to be submitted and paid), and send us the relevant documents - application pack - for evaluation and obtaining the admission decision. Application fee for Master level is 400 CZK.
- NOTE: easy way to find the e-application form of a concrete Master program is to click at the MU PAGE + APPLY button on individual program page (you find all of them here) on our website
Entrance examination - Czech-taught Masters
Applicants to Master-level degree programs taught in Czech language can be selected either based on excellent study results and motivations (in certain fields of study), or based on the results of entrance examinations, which are oral and / or written. An advanced knowledge of Czech language, starting at B2 level, is required.
Admission contacts & useful links
- Admission Office, FSS MU, Jostova 10, Brno, Czech Republic: Ms. Klára Němečková, phone: +420 549 491 914, e-mail: email@example.com.
- University website - Admissions – detailed information about Masaryk University, degree programs offered, admission calendars, tuition fees, degree recognition, visa procedures, and also about studies and life in Brno in general, etc. FAQs