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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.
News from MUNI
MU Rector Martin Bareš appointed to European University Association expert group
The expert group will serve as an advisory body to the European Commission.
Children’s digital skills are positively linked to their learning outcomes
Researchers from the MU Faculty of Social Studies have participated in an international study of the role that the digital world plays in children’s lives.
Researchers from Brno use plasma to remove microorganisms and chemical residues from water
Researchers from the Faculty of Science MU participated in the development of a new technology for water purification using low-temperature plasma.
Masaryk University supports vaccination for a faster return to normal
Masaryk University is currently prepared to assist the government and public authorities in implementing their strategy to vaccinate the public against the novel coronavirus.