We are opening a special admission procedure for applicants from Ukraine. Thematic events continue in the Reading Room. Faculty will be alive in the summer. The library is getting ready for its anniversary.
May is the time of year when many of us traditionally focus our attention on the admissions process. We go through the results of tests and examinations with the hope that we will be able to select not only the best applicants but also the motivated ones, those who will start studying at our faculty from the autumn semester with gusto and determination. This year, for the first time in the modern history of the Faculty, the regular admission procedure was joined by an extraordinary one, intended for Ukrainian applicants in need. By the first of May, more than 40 applications were submitted in this extraordinary run. The greatest interest is in the study of Psychology and English, with Chinese studies and Japanese studies also among the preferences. Evaluating the applications, ranking the applicants, and deciding who will be admitted to study are responsible and difficult steps. Although the current situation brings with it some difficulties, we are happy to help. Therefore, I would like to wish us all that all the partial steps will be guided above all by justice and patience.
Zdeňka Jastrzembská Vice-Dean for Admissions and Public Relations
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The exhibition will present twenty black-and-white photographs by the Brno-based artist Jaroslav Pulicar. The selection will include photographs from Ukraine, Romania, Poland, and other countries. The exhibition will run until 31 May, during which time it will be complemented by other accompanying events in support of Ukraine, including readings, debates, and lectures.
A one-day festival of Masaryk University taking place on the campus of the Faculty of Arts, which will present performances by a total of six student associations. You can look forward to one-act plays from the ranks of lawyers, philosophers, anglicists, students of Scandinavian studies, or from all across the university! The whole event will then be complemented by Yosakoi Hanamaru dancing group!
A meeting with translator Lucie Řehoříková, who will present her newly published book, which has won many awards. The authors of the book are Ukrainian artists Romana Romanyshyn and Andriy Lesiv, members of Agrafka Studio.
Mon 23 May – Fri 1 Jul 2022
Sat 28 May 2022
Open House Brno 2022
The Faculty of Arts of Masaryk University will again participate in the Open House Brno architecture festival. It will offer the public (finally, hopefully, a physical) tour of the reconstructed Arna Nováka campus, including the underground with a unique fallout shelter from the 1950s.