Study in Czech

Czech-taught Bachelor Program

International students who can study in Czech (are able to read, write, and speak) are eligible to apply for the bachelor programs offered in Czech. For information on bachelor programs in Czech, please visit the Czech version of this website here .

Students follow the same admission procedure as Czechs, more information can be found here . You can find lists of study fields open for admission, links to application form and admission requirements, application deadlines and fees, and a brief description of entrance exams. The level of your Czech must be at least B2 or higher.

Application deadlines and fees

Czech-taught Bachelor program applications are to be submitted until 29 February 2021. (the form opens on 1 September of the previous year).

The application is set at 400 CZK. You will find full instructions in the e-application and you will use your bank exchange rate (card as well as bank transfer payments possible).

Admission contacts & useful links
  • Admission Office, FSS MU, Jostova 10, Brno, Czech Republic. Admission to English-taught programs: e-mail: admission@fss.muni.cz, phone: +420 549 491 914; Czech-taught Bachelor and Master programs,  e-mail: prijim@fss.muni.cz; phone: +420 549 496 956.
  • MU Prospective International Students– Detailed information about Masaryk University, preparatory year with Czech language, degree programs offered, admission calendars, tuition fees, degree recognition, visa procedures, and also about studies and life in Brno in general, etc. FAQs.

Czech-taught Master Programs

International students who can study in Czech (are able to read, write, and speak) are eligible to apply for the bachelor programs offered in Czech. For information on bachelor programs in Czech, please visit the Czech version of this website here .

Students follow the same admission procedure as Czechs, more information can be found here . You can find lists of study fields open for admission, links to application form and admission requirements, application deadlines and fees, and a brief description of entrance exams. The level of your Czech must be at least B2 or higher.

Entrance Examination

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

Admission to Czech-taught Bachelor and Master programs, FSS MU, Jostova 10, Brno, Czech Republic: Mr. Jan Písařík, phone: +420 549 496 956, e-mail: prijim@fss.muni.cz