ADMISSION INFORMATIONThe Master's Degree Programmes are open to students holding a Bachelor's or equivalent degree. Applicants must have a good command of English language.
Admission ProcedureThe deadline for submitting applications for studies in English commencing in the autumn semester is 30th April. The deadline is considered met if the application is submitted electronically by the last day of the period indicated.
Electronic applicationsApplications for studies have to be submitted electronically. Electronic applications have several advantages. Filling out the electronic application form generates an access password for further contact with the appropriate faculty as well as an individual variable symbol for payment of the administration fee (which should not be paid before this number is known). This enables an applicant to check via Internet whether the payment has been received and the application accepted. The faculty Office for Studies can also pass on information about the entrance examinations and other matters via e-mail.
Application feeThe fee for operations related to the admission procedures for the Faculty of Informatics is 400 CZK (16,5 EUR). Forms of payment can be found in the electronic application. If the application is submitted electronically, it is not necessary to send the faculty proof of payment. Applicants who do not appear for the entrance examinations will not have the application fee reimbursed.
Entry RequirementsFor the application process to the Master studies the applicant needs to submit, except the electronic application, the following documents:
- Certified copy of the Bachelor Diploma or some other higher education diploma,
- Official college transcript completed for a Bachelor degree programme with evaluation and subjects' annotations (Diploma Supplement),
Good command of English language – minimum level B2 (Common European framework of references for languages).
Recognition of previous education
Tuition FeesTuition fee for Master degree programmes taught in English is 3000,- Eur per year, study in Czech is free of charge. All students pay also for their individual living expenses (e.g. accommodation, food, travel costs, insurance, etc.), it can be about 10.000,- CZK per month (400 Eur).
ScholarshipAt the present time the Faculty does not offer any scholarship for new international students.
Students can be granted through some funds (Visegrad Fund), institutions (South Moravian Centre for International Mobility) or programmes (Erasmus Mundus).