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Bachelor's degree programs are intended for those with a secondary school leaving certificate. Candidates are required to pass a test of assumptions ("TSP") at MU.

TSP examines the candidate's ability to successfully study. It is a test of verbal, numerical, analytical and critical thinking, spatial imagination and cultural overview.

The test is common for the programs Informatics, Applied Informatics and Informatics and the second branch.

For the program Informatics and the second branch, if the candidate meets the requirements of the second branch for admission to study at the MU Faculty of Science and for capacitive reasons is not accepted in the relevant branch of his admission, based on the results of the test of study prerequisites he is accepted to study the two- at FI.

The following provisions do not apply to applicants who have already been enrolled for a Bachelor's degree at FI MU.

For other candidates who meet at least one of the criteria below, this qualification is sufficient for passing a full-time admission exam:

  • the result of the National Comparative Exam from General Study Prerequisites (General Study Prerequisites in Czech, General Student Assumptions in Slovak) held no later than TSP, including 20% ​​of the best,
  • the result of the National Comparative Mathematical Examination held no later than the TSP, including between 40% of the best,
  • the result of SAT I from mathematics at least 580 points,
  • AP (Advanced Placement) exam results from one STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) field at level 4 or 5,
  • the result in a standardized IQ adult test conducted by Mensa ČR or Mensa SR corresponds to at least IQ 130,
  • the successful completion of a maturita examination in Mathematics + in the Czech Republic,
  • a successful solver of at least the district round of the Secondary Technical Olympiad (professional olympiads are meant by the subject competitions announced by the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic or the Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Sport of the SR organized in the fields of physics, astronomy, chemistry, biology, mathematics and programming);
  • placement at least in the district round of secondary school professional activity (SCO) in 1st to 3rd place,
  • successful solver correspondence seminar organized by FI MU.

Only results achieved in 2016 (excluding IQ - unlimited) and later can be considered in all criteria.

An applicant meeting any of these criteria may be self-sufficient written applications be absolved from the obligation to take a written test and will be notified of this decision in writing. The documents required to apply the individual criteria will be specified on the FI website. An applicant for a waiver of a test will send a written request to the Study Department to be delivered by 28 February 2018, even if the applicant submits the required documents for the application of a criterion after this deadline, but not later than the TSP, inclusive.

For candidates with severe physical disability, the admission procedure may be taken into account in the appeal procedure with regard to the applicant's future application.

Expected number of accepted students

INFORMATICS AND SECONDARY - 20; It will not be offered in this admission procedure !!!


Uniform term for TSP in Brno: 21 April and 22 April 2018 (Saturday - Sunday).

TSP terms in other cities will be published and the candidate will be able to choose the date and venue in their e-application within capacities.

If a candidate is heard on several branches (or faculties) of MU, he / she passes the test only once in a given year; the results will be counted towards all applications for which TSP is relevant.

Description of the TSP (form and content of the test)

The Student Assesment Test (TSP) examines the candidate's ability to successfully study at Masaryk University. It consists of 60 items divided into 6 subtests. It is a test of verbal, numerical, analytical and critical thinking, spatial imagination and cultural overview. Each subtest contains 9 items. An exception is the subtest Critical Thinking, which contains 9 items in Czech and 6 entries in a foreign language. Each entry consists of the assignment and the five available response options, one of which is always the right one. The correct answer is attributed to one point, the incorrect answer is deducted by 0.25 points; an unanswered item means zero points. The duration of the TSP is 100 minutes. Foreign Language Subjects Critical Thinking are presented in English, German and French. The applicant for the study chooses the preferred language variant within the electronic application form.

TSP Evaluation Method

Only the responsive form is used to evaluate the TSP, which is computer-readable and processed. The answer form is identified by the assigned identification number (application number), which will be sent to the applicant in a written invitation to the TSP. The determining criterion for success in TSP is the so-called percentile calculated on the basis of the number of points obtained and the TSP variant the candidate wrote. Each candidate can get a maximum of 100th percentile, the minimum percentile is almost zero. The percentile expresses how many percent of the bidders submitted lower or equal performance.

Recommended literature for TSP

Except for a possible acquaintance older versions of TSP no special preparatory literature is recommended. The full text of all the variants of the Study Assumptions from the previous admission procedure, the key of the correct answers and the basic statistical characteristics can be found in report on the outcome of the admission procedure .

TSP term selection

Candidates will have the option of term preferences (within the technical options) when submitting an application.

Full-university contact address and telephone for admissions matters: , 549 491 130.

Information on Learning Assumptions Test 2018/2019

Entry to e-application, submission of an e-application

Application deadline: 1. 11. 2017 - 28. 2. 2018

Approved by the Academic Senate of the Faculty of Informatics MU on 14 June 2017.