Experience Brno as an exchange student
Every year about a thousand of exchange students come to study at Masaryk University and they are very satisfied with their study experience in Brno. In 2016, fourteen European universities have won StudyPortals Award for Outstanding International Student Satisfaction in Europe 2016, and Masaryk University was one of them, with score 9,5+ of 10! International students are very satisfied with their student life in Brno and with their studies at Masaryk University. Become one of them!
Each semester, the Faculty of Economics and Administration welcomes about 80 exchange students from all over the world. The Erasmus programme is primarily administrated by the Centre for International Cooperation, which is in charge of the application process and handles documents required by the programme regulations such as Learning agreement, Transcript of records or Confirmation of study period, helps students with accommodation, and organizes Orientation Week for incoming students.
At faculty level, the Office for International Relations will assist you with any study-related matters during your mobility. If you need to confirm or change your Learning agreement during your stay, please contact Ms. Dana Staňková (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Departmental coordinator at the Faculty of Economics and Administration is Mr. Petr Smutný.
Comprehensive information about Erasmus+ programme at Masaryk University is available here.
The Faculty of Economics and Administration is a bilateral partner of many universities all around the world. As far as the admission process is concerned, students need to follow the application process at their home university. For more information contact the international relation's office at your university.
If you have already gone successfully through the application process and have been nominated, please see the website of Centre for International Cooperation who is in charge of the programme administration.
CEEPUS (Central European Exchange Program for University Students) was designed to increase student mobility in the Central European region.
The Faculty of Economics and Administration welcomes students coming from our network partner universities as well as CEEPUS freemovers.
We are part of the following networks:
- CIII-AT-0050–13–1718 – Education Without Frontiers - University of Applied Sciences Burgenland Eisenstadt, University of Rijeka, Juraj Dobrila University of Pula, University North (Varaždin), Budapest Business School, Eszterházy Károly University, University of Sopron, University of Economics in Katowice, Cracow University of Economics, University of Maribor, University of Economics in Bratislava
- CIII-PL-0056–13–1718 – Regional Development Network (REDENE) - University of Economics in Katowice, University of Klagenfurt, Varna University of Economics, University of Miskolcs, University of Montenegro, University Sts.Cyril and Methodius, "Babes Bolyai" University of Cluj-Napoca, University of Ljubljana, University of Economics in Bratislava
- For PhD students only: CIII-AT-1301-02-1920 - CESEENet - Central, East and South-East European PhD Network in Management and EconomicsUniversity of Vienna, University of Graz, University of Klagenfurt, University of Sarajevo, University of Banja Luka, St. Kliment Ohridskia Sofia University, Paisii Hilendarski Plovdiv University, Varna University of Economics, University of Zagreb, University of Rijeka, University of Split, University of Pécs, University Sts.Cyril and Methodius, Cracow Uniffersity of Economics, Warsaw School of Economic, 'Nicolaus Copernicus' University in Torun, University of Warsaw, The Academy of Economic Studies of Bucharest, "Babes Bolyai" University of Cluj-Napoca, West University of Timisoara, University of Belgrade, University of Economics in Bratislava
- CIII-PL-0817–05–1718 – International Experience for International Business Education - not supported for 2019/2020
If you would like to apply, please submit the application officialy via CEEPUS webpage - www.ceepus.info. Please register at the webpage and fill in the application. The Vice-dean for international relations Mr. Petr Smutný will evaluate your documentation and decide about your admission.
Once you are accepted and have the scholarship confirmed, we will provide you with further instructions regarding the learning agreement, accommodation and other administrative steps necessary prior to your arrival.
15. 6. network applications (winter semester)
31.10. network applications (spring semester)
30.11. freemover applications (spring semester)
Conditions of Freemover programme:
Students who are not eligible for any scholarship programme or their home universities do not have a bilateral agreement with Masaryk University can apply as Freemovers.
Freemover (or guest) students who would like to study at the Faculty of Economics and Administration for a semester or two without obtaining the degree are exempted from the duty to pay the tuition fee, on the other hand they are not eligible for any kind of scholarship or financial support from our side. Thus, the student does not need to pay for the courses (except commercial courses such as Czech language course or some sports/PE activities), but the living costs (such as transportation, accommodation or/and boarding) are to be covered from the student's own financial sources or scholarship from other parties if the student is able to arrange some.
While applying, choose Guest students as a study cycle and the academic year, when you want to study at Masaryk University. In the next step choose Freemoving guest students and Faculty of Economics and Administration.
The application is valid only if the supporting documentation (motivational letter, transcript of records, proof of English language competence and list of the courses you would like to enroll) is uploaded.
Deadlines for the application are as follows:
30.11. applications for spring semester
31.5. applications for autumn semester
If you are accepted by the faculty, we will issue an acceptance letter which you will need for the administration of the study mobility at your home university and eventually for getting your visa. The Office for International Relations will provide you with the information necessary for successful start of your exchange programme.
As far as the accommodation is concerned, exchange students can apply for the university accommodation in the dormitories. More information can be found at the website of the accommodation provider.
We recommend to choose the Vinarska Halls of residence, which is just next to our faculty building.
Applications for scholarships must be sent to the Czech Embassy in the applicant’s home country.
For more detailed information please see the websites of
“I love the opportunity to meet different cultures in person.”Yousab Fawzy Mikhaeil Abdelmalak, Finance student, Egypt