Category Archives: Accomodation (Student Halls)
Campus Residential Area
Brand new lodging, in a modern complex, right on campus!
Address: Kamenice 5, 625 00 Brno
Contact: Bc. Eva Kašparovská (+420) 549 49 7739 Email: email@example.com
These new dormitories are available for the first time in September for the students accepted for the 2012/2013 school year. The complex is located right next to the Campus Square shopping center and the Masaryk medical faculty in Bohunice, a 5 min. walk to your classes!
This residential complex is an up-to-date and secure dwelling. Along with boarding you can find a restaurant, supermarket, laundromat, and other supplementary services.
The dormitories are divided into 2 blocks, B1 and B2. Rooms in block B2 will be available to rent starting in September. This includes a total of 64 rooms (1 bed + kitchen corner 33m2) and 6 rooms adjusted for disabled students (1bed+1 kitchen 55m2).
Each room includes a separate toilet and bath, kitchenette with a cooker and fridge. Bedroom with a bed (necessary to bring your own linen), desk and chair, wardrobes, wireless internet, and cable TV connection.
How to get there:
- Take bus No. 60 or 61 to “Univerzitní kampus” from the stop “Nové Sady” heading towards “Nemocnice Bohunice”.
- Trolley No.25, from “Mendolovo Náměstí” heading towards “Osová”, to the same stop.
The majority of foreign students live here.
Address: Vinarska 5, 603 00 BrnoContact:
Vackova Jana: (+420) 549 49 2705
Bookings: (+ 420) 549 49 4442
These dormitories are situated near Brno fairgrounds (10 minutes from the centre bytram/bus). The complex includes a gymnasium, snack bar, university canteen (callled“menza” in Czech) and faculty of economics and administration. The accommodationcapacity is 490 twin rooms, 5 triple rooms and 30 rooms for four people.The dormitories are divided into 3 blocks: A1, A2 and A3. Most foreign students live inA1 or A2. All blocks have the same layout and facilities.You are provided with bed linen (which can be changed once a month) and in yourbedroom you can find your own wardrobe, study table, chair, kitchenette (including afridge and doubled electric cooker), bathroom and toilet.No kitchen utensils are provided; you will need to bring (or buy) your own!Other facilities available at Vinarska include: internet (wired/LAN), photocopiers,washing machines (can be used for a small fee), table tennis table and music room(including a piano).To use the internet, you will be required to bring your ownETHERNET/LAN cable!
How to get there:
1) Tram no.1 from “Hlavní nádraží” (main station) heading towards “Ečerova”. The stop for Vinarska is called “Lipová”.
2) Buses 38 and 39, both from “Komenského náměstí” heading towards“Preslova”. If you take bus 38, the stop is called “Pavlíkova”, whereas for 39 it is“Vaňkovo náměstí
Address: Kounicoca 50, 602 00
Contact: The operating assistant of the hall (+420) 549 49 2718
The assistant for accommodation: (+ 420) 549 49 4570
These dormitories are situated near the centre, on the street “Kounicova”.There are 276 twin rooms and 7 rooms for four people. Accommodation isin studios with two twin rooms, a toilet and a shower. In the room you canfind a study table, bookshelf and chair.Every 2 rooms are connected by common hall, where common bathroomand toilet can be found. Shared kitchens are in the corridor. In thedormitory building you can find a study room, TV room, pizzeria PizzaNostra (with student discounts).Bed linen is provided, which can be changed by residents themselves,according to the schedule on the notice board.No kitchen utensils are provided; you will need to bring (or buy) your own!
How to get there:
1) Tram no. 12 or 13, from “Česká” heading towards, “TECHNOLOGICKÝPARK” and get off at the stop “Klusáčkova”.
2) Trolley buses no. 34 and 36 from “Česká” heading towards“Vychodilova”, and get off at the stop “Klusáčkova”.These connections run 7 days a week, from approximately 5:00-23:00.They are very frequent, i.e. every 10 minutes or so. Between 23:00-5:00,there are night buses, which can be caught from the same places, asmentioned above. They are less frequent, i.e. once every hour.