The Faculty of Economics and Administration of Masaryk University is an educational institution focusing primarily on students' education and specific research in the field of economic sciences. It was founded in 1990 in the context of new political and social changes.
alumni since 1994
students in degree programmes
BACHELOR'S STUDIES (CZECH ONLY)
Finance and Law
Regional Development and Tourism
Regional Development and Administration
Public Economics and Administration
Economics (English, Czech)
Finance (English, Czech)
Economic Policy (Czech)
Economic Policy and International Relations (Czech)
Mathematical and Statistical Methods in Economics (Czech)
Business Management (English, Czech)
Business Informatics (Czech)
Regional Development and Administration (Czech)
Public Economics and Administration (English, Czech)
L'Administration publique (French, Czech)
The Week Magazine has published rankings of the best universities in the Czech Republic. The Faculty of Economics and Administration ranked the best among all evaluated higher education institutions with an economic focus.
Our offer to students
The Faculty of Economics and Administration is ACCA accredited. FEA Finance students have the opportunity to obtain the ACCA certificate attesting their theoretical and practical knowledge as accountants and financial specialists.
Our Public Economics and Administration programme is currently the only programme in the Czech Republic with the prestigious international EAPAA accreditation.
Study and internships abroad
Students can travel pretty much anywhere in the world in the course of their studies and gain valuable experience for future professions.
Students have the opportunity to visit partner companies or public institutions and find out how it really works in practice.
Experts from the Czech Republic and abroad regularly visit the Faculty of Economics and Administration to lecture about their practical experience.
Our students are required to pass a two-language test. One of them must be English (level C1 at bachelor level) and the second language chooses between German, French, Spanish and Russian.