University Campus Bohunice
Modern university campus next to faculty hospital.
The prestigious and unique study program for talented medical students.
From 2020, teaching will take place in the newly built simulation hospital.
Medical Faculty of Masaryk University offers a preparatory course for students who intend to enter studies of General Medicine or Dentistry. The programme provides excellent preparation for the entrance examination and the first year of our General Medicine / Dentistry degree through a well-balanced blend of modules in Chemistry, Biology, and Physics.
Medical Faculty of Masaryk University offers three E-learning preparatory courses for students who intend to study General Medicine, Dentistry in the English language and Intensive Czech Language Course for students who have already been accepted to study in the academic year. The course should provide an advantage of easier start to the introduction of the Czech language, orientation in grammar and conversational situations in everyday life.
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Masaryk University commemorates its 104th anniversary
On 28 January 2023, exactly 104 years will have passed since the founding of Masaryk University. Today, MU is one of the most important educational and scientific institutions in the Czech Republic.
Students will use tablets to take their LPTs this year
This year’s applicants for studies at Masaryk University will encounter a few changes in the admission procedure. The “Learning Potential Test” (LPT, abbreviated TSP in Czech) required by most faculties will still be taken by applicants in person, but they will write it using tablet computers.
Masaryk University named auditorium after Karel Engliš
This week, Masaryk University celebrates the 104th anniversary of its foundation. On 24 January, it renamed a university hall at the Faculty of Law to bear the name of Karel Engliš, the first MU rector and one of the most respected personalities of his time.
MU to increase PhD scholarships to CZK 15,000
Masaryk University’s PhD students can look forward to significant improvement of their financial situation. The amount of support granted to full-time doctoral study programme students will be increased by 25%, from CZK 12,000 to CZK 15,000 per month, according to the most recent measure issued by Rector Martin Bareš.