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Special admission procedure for applicants affected by the war in Ukraine

The Faculty of Informatics is opening a special admission procedure for candidates studying FI in connection with the war in Ukraine. The admission procedure is intended exclusively for persons who are subject to temporary protection in the sense of Act No. 65/2022 Coll.

Upon receipt

What awaits you after admission to the Faculty of Informatics

Here you will find information that you might be interested in upon admission.

Enrollment in the studio

If the admissions committee has decided on your admission to study, you have received this notification by e-mail and at the same time in your e-application you will find the Notice of Proposal for Admission to study and a call for proof of education. Please prove your education with an officially certified copy of your high school diploma and its official translation into Czech or English. If you do not have these documents, you will provide a handwritten solemn declaration.

If the applicant replaces a high school diploma, he / she shall state in the affidavit: the name of the completed secondary school (it is also appropriate to state in Ukrainian in Cyrillic), the address of the completed secondary school, the name of the diploma, the degree of the given study program / field , date or at least the year of issue of the document, or any other information that the tenderer is able to provide to describe the document.

You can submit the documents at the study department of the faculty according to the date stated in the email, if you do not have the documents by the given date, contact the faculty by email: admission@fi.muni.cz and arrange an alternative date for documentation as soon as you have the documents, including the translation, ready.

Schedule of the academic year 2022/23
Study catalog 2022/23

Czech language courses

Students admitted to the Faculty of Informatics in full-time study are entitled to free study of the Czech language. The courses are organized and administered by the MU Language Education Center (CJV). Admitted students interested in a Czech course were registered at CJV, received an information email from CJV, where they were asked to pass a placement test and then they are assigned to a group according to their knowledge of Czech. The courses take place in person in the range of 20 hours / week from May / June to August 2022. All questions about the course of the courses should be addressed directly with the responsible persons from the CJV.

Web CJV

Scholarship

A student who has started studying either in the form of studying the Czech language or studying in a full-time study program (starting in September 2022) is entitled to a scholarship.

The amount of the scholarship is CZK 11,800 / month and is paid retrospectively after confirmation by the language center that the student has started teaching Czech and is studying. Once the language center confirms to the faculty that the student is studying, the faculty will send the student an email with information on how the student will receive the scholarship and what steps need to be taken. The scholarship is paid by bank transfer to the account specified in the IS (account of the student, his parents, etc.). The bank account must be maintained with a bank in the Czech Republic in CZK.

Modifies the payment of scholarships MU Measure No. 6/2022 .

Accommodations

A student enrolled at MU is entitled to accommodation according to free capacity in MU accommodation facilities, which are managed by the Dormitory and Canteen Administration (SKM). To secure a place on the dormitories and solve all matters related to accommodation, contact the accommodation office by email: ubytovani@skm.muni.cz .

Web SKM MU

Q&A

What is UCO? Where can I get it?
UCO is a unique personal number of a person at MU, used to identify a person. You can find out your UCO at the study department of the faculty.

Do I need a password for the Information System (IS), for booking accommodation, etc., where can I get it?
The password is issued by the study department, contact it at: admission@fi.muni.cz and make an appointment.

Bachelor's and master's studies

Bachelor's and follow-up master's studies 2022/2023

Applicants can apply to all single-subject bachelor's (for high school graduates) and subsequent master's degree programs in Czech and English:

  • bachelor study programs accredited in Czech:
    • Informatics
    • Application programming and development
    • Cybersecurity
  • follow-up master's programs accredited in Czech:
    • Theoretical computer science
    • Artificial intelligence and data processing
    • Visual informatics
    • Computer systems, communications and security
    • Management of software systems and services
    • Software engineering;
  • follow-up master's programs accredited in English:
    • Computer Systems, Communication and Security
    • Software Systems and Services Management
    • Visual Informatics

Graduates of high school graduating in June 2022 or current students of bachelor's programs in Ukraine can apply for bachelor's degree programs.
Graduates of bachelor's programs until June 2022 or current students of master's programs in Ukraine can apply for follow-up master's programs.

The collection of applications will take place from 15 April to 31 May 2022 .

File an application

Documents delivered by candidates (see below) will be reviewed once a week by a three-member committee, which will or may not recommend admission to the required program. The Commission may request a personal interview with the candidate before making a decision.

The required documents are as follows (their delivery is required):

  • completed online application (indicating the selected study program),
  • a copy of the passport (including the temporary protection / tolerance sticker),
  • CV (in Czech or English),
  • cover letter (in Czech or English, actually written by the candidate),
  • diplomas / certificates proving previous education,
  • list of subjects (including their evaluation) previously studied at the university (for completed studies, eg diploma supplement), or high school.

Proof of previous education necessary for admission in the sense of §48 of the Higher Education Act may be replaced by an affidavit in accordance with Act No. 67/2022. Similarly, a solemn declaration can be used to prove a list of subjects.

Replacement of the document by a solemn declaration

It is necessary for the candidate to formulate the facts himself, can be used general pattern . In the case of a missing certificate, diploma or supplement to the diploma, the candidate shall state in the affidavit information that he would otherwise prove with this document, resp. would be mentioned in this document.

If the applicant replaces a high school diploma , he / she shall state in the affidavit: the name of the completed secondary school (it is also appropriate to state in Ukrainian in Cyrillic - for easy retrieval), the seat of the completed secondary school, the name of the certificate of secondary education, degree of the study program / field, date or at least the year of issue of the given document, or any other information that the tenderer is able to provide to describe the document.

If the candidate replaces a diploma , he / she shall state in the affidavit: the name of the completed university (it is also appropriate to state in Ukrainian press Cyrillic), the seat of the completed university, the name or type of university diploma (ie bachelor's, specialist, master's, candidate of science, doctoral, other), the name of the completed study program / field, the date or at least the year of issue of the diploma, or any other information that the tenderer is able to provide to describe the document.

If the applicant replaces the Diploma Supplement , he / she shall state in the affidavit: the name of the completed university, the seat of the completed university, place of study, level or type of education (ie bachelor's, master's, specialists, doctoral or other), name of the completed study program / field, period of study, list of courses or information about completed courses, or information on internships, final state examinations or final theses, or any other information that the candidate is able to provide.

The candidate can write a solemn declaration in any language. However, if it is in a language other than Czech or English, the candidate will also need to provide an official translation. The solemn declaration must contain the name, surname, date of birth and address of the applicant's permanent residence, as well as the facts declared by the applicant, his handwritten signature and date.

To complete the application, we recommend proving (not necessary):

  • own academic theses / publications (eg bachelor, seminar theses),
  • evidence of success in competitions relevant to the selected program (eg olympiads in mathematics, computer science, programming, etc.),
  • other documents proving interest and ability to study the selected program.

Estimated number of students admitted

Bachelor programs total 30
Follow - up master 's programs in total 40

Doctoral studies

Doctoral studies 2022/2023

Applicants can apply for the doctoral study program in Czech or English. Namely to these

  • Informatics
  • Computer Science

The collection of applications will take place from 15 April to 31 May 2022 .

File an application

The documents provided by the candidates (see below) will be assessed by a three-member commission, which will or will not recommend the admission of the candidate to the required program. The Commission may request a personal interview with the candidate before making a decision.

The required documents are as follows (their delivery is required):

  • completed online application (indicating the selected study program and research topic),
  • two letters of recommendation (if not possible, then a letter of motivation),
  • the consent of the trainer,
  • CV (in Czech or English),
  • a copy of the passport (including the temporary protection / tolerance sticker),
  • diplomas / certificates proving previous education,
  • list of subjects (including their evaluation) previously studied at the university (for completed studies, eg diploma supplement).

Proof of previous education necessary for admission in the sense of §48 of the Higher Education Act may be replaced by an affidavit in accordance with Act No. 67/2022. Similarly, a solemn declaration can be used to prove a list of subjects. The original of the self-signed affidavit must contain: name and seat of the graduated university, place of study, level of education attained, name of study program / field, period of study, list of completed courses, or experience and any other information that the applicant for completed / studied education provides.

To complete the application, we recommend proving (not necessary):

  • own academic theses / publications (eg bachelor / master, seminar theses),
  • other documents proving interest and ability to study the selected program.

More information for applicants , including a list of trainers, information on scholarships and the admissions process.

Estimated number of students admitted

Doctoral programs in total 10