Study in English in Central Europe

Apply till 31 May 2023!

Apply online till 31 May 2023!

The application and admission procedure is entirely remote. 

Admission timeline

  • January 1 – April 30 // June 1 – September 30

    Application Period

    Programs starting in September (Fall semester): January 1 - April 30
    Programs starting in February (Spring semester): June 1 – September 30

    You do not have to come to Brno to take the entrance exam. All documents will be submitted to your online application and the oral entrance exam will be also online.

    Create a new application

  • April 30 // September 30

    Pay the application fee

    Pay the application fee (800 CZK = approx. 32 EUR) by April 30 (for enrollment in the Fall semester) or by September 30 (for enrollment in the Spring semester). Find out the deadline for payments and other FAQs about the application here

    Find out more

  • Beginning of May // October

    Assessment of your application

    The responsible department will assess the documents you submitted within your online application. You will be invited to the online oral entrance exam.

  • By May 15th // By October 15th

    Online Oral Exams

    Oral exams will take place within the first two weeks in May (for the Fall semester) or in October (for the Spring semester).

  • Mid-May // Mid-October


    We will notify you about the result of the admission process via e-mail in Mid-May (for the Fall semester) or Mid-October (for the Spring semester). If you completed your application earlier you might be notified earlier as well.

  • After you’ve been accepted

    What to do now?
    1. You will receive a Letter of acceptance (via e-mail).
    2. You will pay the tuition fee (via an online link).
    3. You will submit documents for verification or nostrification.
    4. We will send you your visa documents in a hard copy.
    5. You will apply for a long-term residence permit (contact the Czech embassy in your country).
  • Recognition of Foreign Education

    Recognition of Foreign Education at the Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University (programs taught in English)

    For successful enrolment in the studies, you will need recognition of foreign education. Recognition can be done in two ways: 1. by so-called nostrification or 2. verification. Verification is done at the Faculty of Arts.


    • This verification is valid only for the specific program you were admitted to within the specific admission term at the Faculty of Arts.
    • This verification applies only to degree programs taught in English. Students who were admitted to degree programs taught in Czech shall address their questions to

    What documents do I need?

  • Before arrival to Brno

    1. You will get your login and password to our accommodation system in order to apply for student dorms.
    2. Register for Orientation Week.
    3. Sign a contract with the faculty (contract proposal will be sent via e-mail).
  • After arrival

    1. Arrive in Brno (see how to get to Brno).
    2. Move into your student dorms (see here).
    3. Order your ISIC (you will get a link via e-mail).
  • September // February

    On the day of your enrollment

    Please be sure to bring the following items with you:

    1. Your passport.
    2. If you did not choose verification at the Faculty of Arts, then you will also need a notary certified copy of your diploma and a notary certified copy of your nostrification.

Don´t wait for the deadline. Earlier applications mean earlier results.


Contact us!

Admission Office

Andrea Kakulidu

Please contact me with any questions regarding the application and admission procedures or the tuition fees.


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