Hear from our students what it is like to study in Brno and their specific programs!

Nicolas Navas | Cultural Sociology | Colombia

- Why I chose to study Cultural Sociology
- Favorite places in Brno

Amira Nassar Aguilar | International Relations and European Politics | Mexico

- Why I chose to study a bachelor's in International Relations and European Politics

Abhinav Banerjee | International Relations and European Politics | India

- Why I chose to study a bachelor's in International Relations and European Politics
- Best things to do in the Czech Republic and its surrounding areas

Juri Schwartz | Energy Policy Studies | Germany

- Why I chose to study Energy Policy Studies

Darina Gribanova | International Relations and European Politics | Russia/Montenegro

- Why I chose to study a master's in International Relations and European Politics

Frieda Schimmel | Conflict and Democracy Studies | United States of America

- Why I chose to study Conflict and Democracy Studies
- A Favourite Czech Pastime: Mushroom Hunting! 

Bahareh Mehrabi | Public and Social Policy and Human Relations | Iran

- Moving from Iran to the Czech Republic
- Living in Brno
- Favourite Course

Arina Belova | Energy Policy Studies | Russia

- Why I chose to study Energy Policy Studies
- What is my favorite course?
- Why did I decide to continue with Ph.D.?
- How my work and Ph.D. complement each other

Metin Binnatov | Cultural Sociology | Azerbaijan

- Why I chose to study Cultural Sociology
- My favorite places to study in Brno

Anjanette Jianna Umali | International Relations and European Politics | United Arab Emirates

- What was it like for me to move to Brno?
- Survival tips for Brno

Evangeline Moore | Conflict and Democracy Studies | United States of America

- Why I chose to study Conflict and Democracy Studies
- Why it’s great to be an international student studying social sciences in Brno

Erfan Sabzipoor | International Relations and European Politics | Iran

- Why I decided to study International Relations and European Politics
- My favorite course

Novinta Desweriel | Cultural Sociology | Indonesia

- From Bali to Brno: A Leap of Faith between Two International Hubs
- Brno Coffee Scene

Mariia Svyrydova | Public and Social Policy and Human Relations | Ukraine

- How to Start Career in Public and Social Policies
- Choosing where to live - why you should come to Brno

Gabriela Torres Merino | International Relations and European Politics | Uruguay

- Why I decided to study International Relations and European Politics
- All things Czech Republic!

Janice Shelcia Nhatuve | International Relations and European Politics | Mozambique ​and Qatar

- Why I chose to study my Bachelors in Brno 
- From Mozambique to Qatar to Brno
- My favorite course

Müge Salihoğlu | Public Policy and Human Resources | Turkey

- Why I chose to study Public Policy and Human Resources
- From Istanbul to Brno
- My favorite things to do in Brno

Daniel Gerus | International Relations and European Politics | Slovakia

- Why I chose to study International Relations and European Politics 
- From Bratislava to Brno
- Recommendations for food and music in Brno

Luz del Carmen Martínez Oest | Cultural Sociology | Mexico

- Why I chose to study Cultural Sociology
- From Mexico to the Czech Republic
- My favorite things to do in Brno

Amna Shafqat | Public Policy and Human Resources | Pakistan

- How I made it to Masaryk University
- From Pakistan to the Czech Republic
-
Choosing where to live in Brno

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