Special admission procedure for applicants from Ukraine

As the spring semester at Masaryk University is already half over, you can't join the running classes. Therefore, for the period May-August 2022, we offer you an intensive Czech language course (within the Freemover program) to achievesuitable level of Czech language for studying in a degree study program. You will be able to start your studies in your chosen study program in September 2022 after meeting the admission requirements. Both steps (Freemover and application to study in a degree study program) are necessary for participation in the Czech language course.

1. Apply for the Freemover short-term study stay (Czech language course)

Apply for a short-term study stay under the "Freemover" mobility program via the ISOIS application. This program will enable you to:

  • Participate in an intensive Czech language course of 30 hours/week until the end of August 2022 as language preparation for a degree study program
  • Receive a scholarship for the duration of this short-term stay (at least until 31 August 2022, maximum 10 months)
  • Obtain 20 ECTS

Mandatory attachments to the Freemover application are:

  • Temporary protection obtained in the Czech Republic (a scan of visa label) - upload in the application
  • Motivation letter - please use only the template available in the application (or download the template here)

Motivation letter template Application

2. Apply for a study program

Between 15 April and 31 May 2022, you can apply for a study program at the Faculty of Arts of MU, starting in September 2022. You can apply for two preferred study programs. Submitting your application will allow you to participate in an intensive Czech language course during the summer, and once enrolled, you will receive a scholarship. Detailed application instructions can be found below.

I. Choose your study program(s)

ATTENTION! Applications can only be submitted for study programs taught in Czech. It is impossible to apply to teacher education programs at the Master's level of study.

Bachelor's programs Master's programs Doctoral programs

II. Fill in the application form

The application period is from 15 April to 31 May 2022. The application form also includes an online questionnaire in which you have the opportunity to indicate your two preferred programs to which you wish to be admitted and to answer other questions relevant to your admission. You will also fill in whether you are interested in arranging accommodation.

Required attachments to the application form are:

  • Temporary protection obtained in the Czech Republic (scan of passport including visa tag)
  • Completed electronic questionnaire (see above)
  • Completion of the motivation to study directly in the e-application form

Optional attachments to the application form are proof of previous education (scan of school leaving certificate or diploma, transcript of grades).

Submit your application

3. Wait for further instructions

Applications will be evaluated in two rounds:

  • Round 1: evaluation of applications submitted by 1 May 2022
  • Round 2: evaluation of applications submitted by 31 May 2022

If the information on the application form and questionnaire is insufficient to decide on admission, you may be invited to an oral interview or a written test. The oral interview or written test, if applicable, will be held either in Ukrainian or in the language of the program you are interested in studying.

Submitting your application will allow you to join an intensive Czech language course lasting until the end of August 2022 as a language preparation for studying a comprehensive program of study (at the end of the course, you will take an exam to verify your level of language proficiency).

Enrolled students will receive a scholarship.

Do you have any questions about this special admission procedure? Please contact us


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