In 1891 T. G. Masaryk introduces a motion at the Imperial Council in Vienna calling for the establishment of a second Czech university in Moravia. Twenty years later, he submits a petition to the Council in support of the founding of a university in Brno.
Masaryk University consists of nine faculties and over 200 departments, institutes and clinics, encompassing a wide array of academic and research disciplines from the natural sciences to the humanities. A structured study system enables students to combine many fields of study in Bachelor’s degree programmes with Master’s and PhD programmes.
9 faculties, 1,400 fields of study and their combinations, an almost unlimited course offer. What is Masaryk University like? Multidisciplinary. Explore the study offer. Specialize, experiment and discover new challenges.
Masaryk University is a research-oriented institution of higher education. Its research activities are not limited to the Czech Republic: Masaryk University researchers work on every continent. The university even operates the first Czech Antarctic station where scientists are engaged in long-term research of the ecosystem.
We offer exciting career opportunities to academics, scientists and non-academic staff. Work conditions are frequently tailored according to the requirements of each individual. For example, mothers on maternity leave are eligible for various forms of part-time arrangements.
Study-related questions not sufficiently answered in the Study and Examination Regulations may be referred to your faculty's Office for Studies.
University halls of residence provide students with accommodation throughout their studies. The MU Accommodation and Catering Services (SKM MU) are tasked with the administration of a total of 10 accommodation facilities, which provide facilities such as gyms and other sports facilities, computer rooms, TV and common rooms, table tennis halls and services such as internet access.
Library Information center (KIC MU) is specialized department with overall university competency established to co-ordinate development of library-information services at the Masaryk University.
Individual computer rooms as well as the University Computer Centre are designed to provide students with the necessary technology for work and self study. They are available to all MU students and employees. MU computers are equipped with standard software solutions including office applications, dictionaries, email clients and browsers as well as software for mathematical calculations, etc.
The construction of the Bohunice campus cost over five billion CZK and lasted almost six years. State-of-the-art laboratories now serve future doctors and biologists.
More than 50 student societies are active on Muni, who are doing everything possible - from studying TV to organizing volunteer events. Choose yours.