Special admissions run for refugees from Ukraine

13 Apr 2022

As part of our assistance to refugees from Ukraine, we have created a special admissions run. This run is designed for both applicants applying for the first years and for those who have already completed part of their studies at their universities in Ukraine. Applications can be submitted electronically between 15 April 2022 and 31 May 2022. The application fee is waived. The application may be submitted by citizens of Ukraine who have been granted temporary protection in the Czech Republic under the provisions of Sections 2 and 3 of Act No. 65/2022 Coll.

Due to the current situation, a special run has been created for Ukrainian students in need. The condition for admission and enrolment in a Bachelor's degree programme or in a Master's degree programme that is not related to a Bachelor's degree programme is the achievement of secondary education with a final examination. Admission to study in a master's degree programme which is a continuation of a bachelor's degree programme is also conditional on the completion of studies in any type of degree programme. Admission to study in a doctoral degree programme is subject to proper completion of studies at the master's level.

Who is this course for?

Only applicants who have been granted temporary protection in the Czech Republic under the provisions of Sections 2 and 3 of Act No 65/2022 Coll.

This run is intended for students entering their first year of study as well as for those who have already completed part of their studies at universities in Ukraine.

From when to when can I apply?

You can submit your application between 15 April 2022 and 31 May 2022 electronically at www.is.muni.cz/prihlaska (for study in the Czech language) and www.is.muni.cz/prihlaska (for study in English). Each applicant can submit only one application.

What is the application fee?

The application fee is waived for applicants.

Czech study programmes:

List of Bachelor's degree programmes offered in a given course:

  • Bezpečnostní a strategická studia
  • Environmentální studia
  • Evropská studia
  • Mediální studia a žurnalistika
  • Mezinárodní vztahy
  • Politologie
  • Psychologie
  • Sociální antropologie
  • Sociální práce
  • Sociologie
  • Veřejná a sociální politika a lidské zdroje

List of follow-up Master's programmes offered in a given course:

  • Bezpečnostní a strategická studia
  • Environmentální studia
  • Evropská studia
  • Mediální studia a žurnalistika
  • Mezinárodní vztahy
  • Mezinárodní vztahy a energetická bezpečnost
  • Politologie
  • Sociologie
  • Veřejná a sociální politika a lidské zdroje

List of doctoral programmes offered in a given run:

  • Environmentální studia
  • Klinická psychologie
  • Mediální a žurnalistická studia
  • Mezinárodní vztahy a evropská politika
  • Politologie, Politologie se specializací Bezpečnostní a strategická studia
  • Psychologie se specializacemi Obecná psychologie, Pedagogická psychologie, Psychologie práce, Sociální psychologie, Vývojová psychologie
  • Sociální politika a sociální práce
  • Sociologie, Sociologie se specializací Populační studia

Conditions for admission

To be admitted to the Bachelor's and Master's programmes, you must complete the e-application form (in Czech/in English), which includes a 200-300 word motivation letter (written in Czech/English).

For admission to PhD programmes, you must fill in the e-application form (in Czech/in English), which also includes a 200 to 300 word motivation letter (written in Czech/English). Applicants should send the following documents to dsp-info@fss.muni.cz by 15 June: research plan, structured professional CV, copy of the Master's degree (or affidavit), list of published papers, separates if applicable, and consent of the future supervisor. The admission procedure also includes an oral debate, which will take place during June 2022.

Czech language course

Applicants will take a placement test in Czech language as part of the admission procedure in cooperation with the Centre for Language Education. Based on the result, the applicant will be offered an intensive Czech language course of the appropriate level. According to the final test, they will then be admitted to study in the Czech language.

Each applicant will be contacted individually by the Language Learning Centre at the email address provided in the e-application form and will receive instructions regarding these courses.

English study programmes:

List of Bachelor's degree programmes offered in a given course:

  • Global Challenges: Society, Politics, Environment
  • International Relations and European Politics
  • Politics, Media, and Communication

List of follow-up Master's programmes offered in a given course:

  • Conflict and Democracy Studies
  • Cultural Sociology
  • Energy Policy Studies
  • International Relations and European Politics
  • Public and Social Policy and Human Resources
  • Sociology

List of doctoral programmes offered in a given run:

  • Clinical psychology
  • International Relations and European Politics
  • Media and journalism studies
  • Political Science, Political Science se specializací Security and Strategic Studies
  • Psychology se specializací Developmental psychology, Educational psychology, General psychology, Social psychology, Work psychology
  • Social Policy and Social Work
  • Sociology, Sociology se specializací Population studies

Conditions for admission

The application for the Bachelor's degree programmes must include a cover letter and an essay in English. The essay has a given length of 800 words (+-10%). The materials should be uploaded directly into the e-application form by 31 May.

The application for the Master's programmes must include a motivation letter and an essay in English. The essay has a given length of 1000 words (+-10%). The materials should be uploaded directly into the e-application form by 31 May.

For admission to the PhD programmes, the following documents must be uploaded to the e-application form by 15 June: a research proposal, a structured professional CV, a copy of the Master's degree (or an affidavit), a list of published papers, possibly separates, and the consent of the future supervisor. The admission procedure also includes an oral debate, which will take place during June 2022.


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