Masaryk University consists of nine faculties (Faculties of Law, Medicine, Science, Arts, Education, Economics and Administration, Informatics, Social Studies, and Sports Studies). The total number of students is over 30 000 and it has become one of the fastest-growing and most sought-after universities in Central Europe.
- Brno is a major student city, with university students making up 10% of the population.
- Brno has its own International Airport with direct flights from London.
- Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic.
- Brno is renowned for its Czech writers, poets, composers, artists, and architects.
- Brno offers a great range of social and cultural activities for students.
- Brno is a great base for accessing winter sports.
The Campus, containing 42,200 m2 of tuition and research space, has gradually become the modern educational, research and development base of Masaryk University. All the pavilions are equipped with the most up-to-date instruction and laboratory technology.
FACULTY OF MEDICINE
The Faculty was founded in 1919 as one the first faculties of Masaryk University in Brno. Presently the Faculty of Medicine includes 66 institutes and clinics. In the two Faculty hospitals (Faculty Hospital of Brno, St. Anne’s Faculty Hospital) there are 3100 beds accessible for teaching. The total number of students is around 4500.
Life at Masaryk University in Brno
Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic, with a population of around 400,000. The city is the main centre for the beautiful Moravia region in the south of the Republic, and lies only around 100 kilometres from Vienna in Austria.
COURSES TAUGHT IN ENGLISH
Dentistry (MDDr) 5 Years
Medicine (MUDr) 6 Years
Physiotherapy BSC 3 Years
Students are accepted upon successfully completing an entrance exam. To be able to sit the entrance examination students should have completed A Levels (or equivalent) and should ideally have grade C’s or above in at least two science subjects. Chemistry and Biology and preferable; Physics/Maths should normally be the third subject. For those who do not meet this criteria, the Medical Foundation year is available. If unsure if you meet the requirements please contact us to check.
Directly before each exam we run a one week preparation course to help with the exam and interview. We also run weekend revision courses for single subjects. See above for details.
Medicine/Dentistry: There are three separate papers in the entrance exam; Chemistry, Biology and Physics/Maths. The pass mark for Medicine is an overall score of 60% and for Dentistry 65%.
Physiotherapy: There are two papers, Chemistry and Biology. The pass mark is 60%.
Complete our EMUCAS application form and return with supporting documents listed on the front page of the application.
UK Exam Dates for
2nd June (Prague)
20th July (Malvern) – EU Applicants only
1st Year Fees:
Medicine 6 Years
Dentistry 5 Years
Physiotherapy 3 Years