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What to do to prove your diploma

Submit proof of your bachelor's degree upon receipt of the Proposal for Admission to Study, between 8 July and 10 July 2024. Otherwise, the faculty cannot issue an admission decision.

a) Bachelor's degree graduates at FI MU do not submit anything.

b) Graduates of other MU faculties submit a plain scan of their diploma.

c) Graduates of bachelor's studies from other universities provide evidence of completion of their bachelor's degree in the following ways:

1.Bachelor diploma from the Czech Republic and Slovakia. Bachelor's degree for Hungary, Germany, Poland, Slovenia:

Online by uploading documents into the e-application form.

The document in question must be uploaded in the form of an electronic document created by authorised conversion.

Authorised conversion can be done e.g. at the Czech Post Office or Czech POINT.

Authorised conversion in Slovakia can be carried out as Guaranteed Conversion at selected Slovak post offices.

In the case of documents issued in a language other than Czech, Slovak or English, an official translation must also be attached.

2.Bachelor diploma from other countries (I have nostrification):

If you have completed the nostrification of your education, please insert an authorized conversion of the documents of nostrification of education and scans of the diploma and its translation into Czech or English.

3.Bachelor's diploma from other countries (I do not have nostrification):

If you do not have the nostrification of the required documents and you want to have your foreign education verified by the faculty, you need to upload the authorized conversions of all the documents in the e-application form by the deadline of 8 July - 10 July 2024. Or you can deliver the officially certified copies of the documents in person or by post by 10 July 2024 to the FI Study Department, Botanická 68a, 602 00 Brno.

6868, Botánská Sobota, 68a, Czech Republic. verification of foreign education by the faculty


Information for newly admitted students to the follow-up Master's programme

Are you entering your first year and don't know how things work here? Don't worry, we will be happy to help you with everything!

What's coming up soon?

  • Proof of education

    Please submit the authorized conversion of your bachelor's degree between 8 July and 10 July 2024.

    Applicants who do not submit an authorised bachelor's diploma conversion or at least a scanned certificate from the study department stating that they have passed the state bachelor's examination by the specified date and do not request an alternative date for submitting the documents within five days of the specified date will be issued a decision not to be admitted to study for failure to meet the conditions.

    Graduates of Bachelor's studies at FI MU do not submit anything.

    Graduates of other MU faculties submit a plain scan of their diploma.

  • Enrolment and other obligations

    Enrolment will be online. The admission decision will be published in your e-application by 15 July 2024. Enrolment will take place after the admission decision has been received between 17 July and 18 July 2024 by 23:59.

    Next, please still make an identification. We recommend that you do this as soon as possible, but no later than 31/08/2024.

    Without identification, you will not be able to generate a confirmation of enrollment, even if you are enrolled in the program.

    If you have previously studied at MU (you have been issued a primary password), the identification does not apply to you.

  • Information system and ISIC card

    Almost all administration at our faculty can be solved online - through the Information System (we call it IS) .

    Every student has an electronic mail box (e-mail) in the IS.

    Every MU student must have a student ID card.

    More information about IS MU and the ISIC card.

  • Start of classes and academic year schedule

    The academic year schedule is published here. Classes for the Fall 2024 semester begin on September 16, 2024.

    Registration for required and elective courses according to the recommended curriculum at our faculty is open until July 31, 2024.

    The timetable will be published on 31 August 2024.

    Registration for seminar groups will take place from 3 September from 17.00 to 29 September 2024 .

Enrolment in the studio

Enrolment in the Faculty of Informatics will be conducted online from 17 July to 18 July 2024. Only those applicants who have a published admission decision in their e-application form can enrol .

Remember, it is only by enrolling in the course that you become our student.

In the event that an applicant does not enrol by the deadline set for enrolment, nor does he/she properly excuse himself/herself within 5 days of enrolment, this behaviour will be viewed as an expression of intent not to become a student.

Alternative enrolment date in September

Only those applicants who have requested an alternative enrolment by email to within 5 days of the regular enrolment date may attend.

The date of the alternative enrolment is set for 5 - 6 September 2024.

In the event that the candidate takes the remedial state examination in September, he/she may request an individual date for the proof of the Bachelor's diploma by emailing, no later than 5 days after the date of uploading the authorised diploma conversion to the e-application form.

Instructions for distance enrolment

How to proceed with online enrolment

You can enrol after providing proof of completion of your Bachelor's degree and after receiving an admission decision. We have prepared instructions on how to proceed with distance enrolment.

How to proceed with identification

After online enrollment, make an identification of your person. Identification will be done primarily online using the portal ( until 1.12.2021).

or Slovak eID

After logging in to the IS MU, you will see a call for identification directly on the front page - the "Verify Identity" button.

Please identify yourself as soon as possible, as without identification you will not be able to download the electronic confirmation of your studies.

If you have previously studied at MU (you have been issued with a primary password), you will not need to identify yourself.

How to take a photo

After online enrolment, you need to take a photograph which will be used to process identification cards, in most cases ISIC cards. It is one of the obligations of MU students to have an identification card. So be sure to order one through the Business Center.

Study Department Office Hours

Mondays 9:00 - 11:00
Tuesday 9:00 - 11:00
Wednesday 13:00 - 15:00
Thursday 13:00 - 15:00
Friday Not an official day

Each student has a student registrar based on the initial letter of their last name. Please plan to visit the Study Office during office hours.

Office hours are adjusted during the summer holidays .

Important information before starting your studies

If you are unsure about registration, registering for courses or organizing your classes, please contact us at:


  • Mgr. Lenka Kubová
  • Tel. 549 49 5332


  • Miroslava Tomíčková
  • tel. 549 49 1816


  • Alena Dvořáková
  • tel. 549 49 1816


  • Lucie Wagnerová
  • tel. 549 49 4187

Admission to Czech study programmes and lifelong learning

  • Jana Zemanová
  • tel. 549 49 1818

MU Information System and ISIC card

Almost all administration at our faculty can be handled online - via the Information System (we call it IS). Registering for courses, registering for exams, confirming your studies, communicating with teachers, downloading study materials - you can do all this from any computer. The IS is very intuitive, yet we have prepared a manual for you for better orientation.

How to log in to the Information System - IS

You log into the IS after enrolling in your studies at using your University Person Number (UPN) and password.

You have already obtained your ID number during enrolment. It will accompany you throughout your studies and don't worry, you will soon know it backwards.

You set up your password when you enrolled online. It's secret, don't give it to anyone! Any operation performed based on the entry of your password is considered uniquely authenticated and has binding validity, just like operations made in person or in writing at the administrative offices of the college and university.


Confirmation of studies

You can print your own confirmation of study in the Information System. The electronic study certificate is a full version of the study certificate printed on paper, stamped and signed by the responsible person.

You will not be able to download the electronic study certificate yourself, nor will the study department issue you with a paper study certificate, without this identification. Therefore, please make the identification as soon as possible.

Useful links

University e-mail

Every student has an e-mail box in IS with an address in the form UČ This address is functional even after setting up a nickname. Electronic communication is the preferred form of communication at MU. Please communicate with us via this official university e-mail. (Please do not write to us from private e-mail addresses.)

Monitoring of university mail is mandatory. This is the address where you receive important messages from the faculty administration and the study department. The system also sends out information such as newly assigned grades, messages from instructors, etc. You can also download mail to your home computer or forward it to another stable mailbox. Notification of a new message is displayed on the front page of the IS. Empty your mailbox regularly; if your mailbox is overflowing, you will not be able to send mail.

If you use reliable email elsewhere, you can redirect your message reception there. See the help to learn more about forwarding mail or choosing a nickname.

Useful links

Student ID

Every MU student must have a student ID card, which can serve as a chip card within the university, and in the case of the ISIC card it also allows you to benefit from various student discounts.

The card can be ordered from the Business Centre in the IS (OC):

  • First year students do not pay for the ISIC card. It is provided to them free of charge by the Faculty of Informatics.
  • First year students (including continuing students) do not purchase a sticker.
  • When ordering an ISIC for 0 CZK or a re-sticker for 0 CZK, please ignore the status of your order NOT PAID.

Once the card is produced, students will receive pick-up instructions via email. As a condition for the card to be issued, the amount for the card must be credited to your MU account (OC-My Orders).

Useful links

Accommodation and catering

Residence halls and canteen meals

For the academic year 2024/2025: please make your bookings electronically via IS. For more information, please visit the website.

Canteen meals. You will need your student ID to register.

What else do you need to know?

MU Study and Examination Regulations

The MU Study and Examination Regulations, their interpretation and all other regulations you will follow during your studies are available in electronic form on the MU Faculty of Arts website.

You can find the full text of the Regulations and their interpretation here.

Excuse from classes and reporting changes in personal data

Excuse from classes for serious reasons (most often illness): within 5 days of the start of the absence.More information can be found here.

Please correct any changes in your personal data that occur during your studies in the IS: Personal administration → Personnel → Personal data control and changes.


Recognition of completed courses

All compulsory and compulsory elective courses taken at MU from previous unsuccessful studies that have not been taken for more than three years in relation to enrolment in the study are automatically recorded in the study. In addition to the above-mentioned recording, you can request recognition of courses electronically via the Office application in IS.
Instructions on how to proceed with the application process can be found here.

Scholarship opportunities

There are many scholarship opportunities available in the School of Computer Science. A listing of all possible scholarships is here.

Withdrawing from studies

Withdrawing from studies : via the application in the IS Office. If you decide not to study the programme you have enrolled in, please withdraw as soon as possible! Each day of study is deducted from your free statutory period of HE study and may incur a complication in the form of a fee assessment in your future HE studies.

Study Department
Phone: 549 49 1818