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Information for International Students

by Michaela Sochorova last modified 2017-07-26 17:01

Useful links

 

International Students Guide autumn 2016

Halls of Residence and University Catering:

Access System Card for Halls of Residence and Computer Pools (can be obtained at the Faculty of Arts External Relations Department for a CZK 170 deposit) 
Accommodation Instruction for Autumn Semester 2017
International Student Club
Studies for International Students
Information from the Study Department (in Czech only)
Information for Students – University pages
Information for International Applicants
Free-Mover Application Form
Scholarships for International Students (coming from outside OECD countries)

Brno city full of students (Brno – presentation of the city in English)

Practicalities for incoming students(International student guide)

On-arrival information, IS Guidelines, SUPO account, Waste collection fee, Brno Public transport fares, Instructions for the payment of rental at MU halls of residence.

Catering services - Mobile Credit; Buildings MU - mobile application, guide with navigation.

 

Jihomoravské regionální centrum na podporu integrace cizinců

The Centre for Foreigners Brno provides foreigners from third countries (outside of EU) with legal and social counselling, educational courses, assistance in contacts with the authorities or emergency aid, with the aim of facilitating their integration into Czech society.

 

Brno Expat Centre - their mission is to create an environment in Brno where newcomers feel welcome and quickly make a connection with the city and its citizens. The BEC provides highly skilled expatriates living and working in Brno with the opportunity for individual consultancy and offers them an informal platform for regular meetings, exchange of experience and chance to make new contacts.

 

EU Blue Card is a work permit issued by 25 out of 28 EU Member States to highly-qualified non-EU citizens. When applying for the EU Blue Card, except for being a non-EU citizen, several other requirements must be met and the steps to become an EU Blue Card holder vary by category, including students.

 

 

 


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