- Operation of MU follows a university traffic-light system, whose rating is currently RED. Restrictions follow government measures.
- All buildings are closed to students, staff and the public. Exceptions include students of general medicine, dentistry, pharmacy and other medical disciplines and persons providing necessary operation of buildings, laboratories or remote teaching.
- Starting 12 October, teaching follows guideline no. 2/2020 (English version will follow soon) and current governmental restrictions.
- The exams are held remotely, with an exception for final state exams which may take place in-person.
- Students and staff must immediately report if they have tested positive for COVID-19 or are required to go into quarantine.
- People with symptoms of an infectious viral disease are prohibited from entering MU buildings.
- See details on entering the country for students and employees and current restrictions in the Czech Republic due to the 30-day state of emergency that starts on 5 October.
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FSS Study Programme Introductions
During the first two weeks of December, we will be providing introduction sessions to the Faculty of Social Studies, as well as our individual programmes we offer. Participants will hear from students and professors, as well as admissions personnel. All are invited to join our livestreams and ask any questions that arise.
Czech European Researchers' Night
This year's theme is Humans and Robots. Explore how FSS research tackles this topic, as well as other faculties around MU and the Czech Republic online from Nov. 15-27.
Zoom Check In for FSS International Students
Zoom call with international students November 20 at 14:30.
Introduction to FSS - International Orientation
FSS welcomed all incoming international students to our community on Zoom.
News from MUNI
MU Faculty of Medicine to award credits for COVID-related work duty
The amount of credits that will be awarded will depend on the work performed by the students. Students who are volunteering may also receive course credit.
Video: Restrictions on in-person teaching to ease
Rector Martin Bareš summarizes the easing of restrictions on in-person teaching that will go into effect on 25 November.
Final-year students allowed back to laboratory classes from Wednesday
From 25 November laboratory courses will be permitted for a maximum of 20 people. Each faculty will decide which in-person classes will reopen.
Biologists discover part of mechanism behind cell ageing
A study by scientists from the MU Faculty of Medicine and FNUSA-ICRC has been published in the journal Nature.