Nowadays, in Brno, you must wear a face-mask in public buildings, but the situation may change. Before reaching to any decision, always ask the admission officer of the university you want to apply to.
Yes, Czech Republic is 10th safest country in the world, according to the global peace index.
Study in Brno is a project connecting the three Brno's biggest universities – Brno University of Technology, Masaryk University and Mendel University in Brno. It is an initiative of the universities themselves. The aim is to support each other in promotion and other activities, attend study fairs together and bring more international students to Brno.
For more information on the application process, visit this page.
You can apply for as many study programmes as you would like to.
Whether a previous diploma in a specific field is required depends on the programme. Please check the university website for details or contact the university directly. Each programme might have very specific requirement(s), therefore we kindly recommend to check all this information before presenting an application.
It depends on the programme of your choice. The programmes cost between 1,500 EUR and 13,000 EUR.
Yes, thanks to the student status, you can work during your studies.
Finding work depends foremost on your own abilities, previous experience, language knowledge and motivation. So it is very difficult to say how easy it is to find a job.
That said, in many fields (like computing, engineering, hotel management), the working language is often English, so finding jobs in that area is easier.
No, if you are studying in an English programme, then learning Czech, the native language of Czechia, is not mandatory. But we highly recommend taking Czech language classes (various universities offer an Czech class as an elective subject part of your studies) so you can better integrate with other students and take part in more activities.