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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Scala hosts a screening of Zátopek to MU staff and students from Ukraine
On Wednesday last week, the Scala University Cinema hosted a Czech-Ukrainian evening to which Masaryk University invited its students, staff and their family members.
Masaryk University has 27 new associate professors
A total of 27 new associate professors from six MU faculties who successfully habilitated at Masaryk University received their appointment decrees from Rector Martin Bareš at a ceremony held on Thursday 9 June in the refectory of the Mendel Museum.
SIMU features unique technologies and opportunities for teaching, says PM Fiala
Masaryk University invited Prime Minister of the Czech Republic Petr Fiala to the ceremonial presentation of the fully-functioning Simulation Centre of the MU Faculty of Medicine. The event was held on Monday, 13 June.
Petr Štourač: SIMU has exceeded our expectations
The Simulation Centre of the MU Faculty of Medicine is one of Masaryk University’s cutting-edge projects. Future doctors and health care workers use SIMU to practise both common procedures and emergencies.