The university was founded in 1919. Education is being conducted on a wide range of traditional and new specialties. Masaryk University is considered one of the fastest growing universities in Europe and is included in the list of the best universities in the world.
Masaryk University is the most popular among applicants in the Czech Republic. For several years in a row, the university has been leading in the number of applications submitted to it.
40,844 students study at the university, of which 7021 are foreigners. At the university, you can study two or more specialties at the same time.
Faculty of Law
The Faculty of Law of the University is one of four public law schools in the Czech Republic. His story begins shortly after the First World War. The faculty spent time as a happy and fruitful scientific and pedagogical activity. Its history is accompanied by ups and downs, there are also periods when the faculty was closed for decades.
Faculty of Natural Sciences
The Faculty of Natural Sciences of Masaryk University offers studies in the fields of mathematical sciences, physics, chemistry, biology and earth sciences. The faculty is accredited for 153 degrees of bachelor, master and doctor focused on education, as professional researchers and the education of future teachers of secondary schools. Traditionally, the high quality of education is the subject of intensive scientific activity, which is also one of the priority areas of the faculty and ensures it is constantly at the highest level at the university.
Faculty of Philosophy
The Faculty of Philosophy is one of the four main faculties of Masaryk University. The first lectures here were held in Brno in the academic year 1921/1922 with 128 students. Since its inception, the faculty has developed mainly traditional, humanitarian-oriented disciplines (especially history, philosophy and classical philology, in addition, Slavic philology, Germanic and Romanesque), but also the directions that then represented the university environment, new areas of research (sociology, psychology, art history, music, science). Currently, the faculty continues to grow traditional disciplines, but the development of new disciplines is also supported.
Faculty of Pedagogical
The Faculty of Pedagogical began its work in the fall of 1946, as the fifth faculty of Masaryk University.
The main task of the faculty today, as in the past, is to train teachers for kindergartens, elementary schools, and in some areas for secondary schools. In addition, the faculty offers research in the field of special education and social pedagogy.
Faculty of Economics and Management
The Faculty of Economics and Management was established in 1990 and began to operate in September 1991. During its existence, it has become a stable institution and currently provides economic education to almost four thousand undergraduate, graduate and doctoral students. The main task of the Faculty of Economics and Management is the development of training and research in the economic sciences. The faculty takes part in research projects together with the National Education Fund, the Grant Fund for Everyone, with the Institute of Economics and the Institute of Information Theory and Automation of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic.
Faculty of Informatics
The Faculty of Informatics was founded in 1994 as the first faculty of its kind in the Czech Republic and in many respects anticipated the appearance of similar faculties in other universities. The faculty offers a studying system as open as possible, which allows students to choose and focus on individual interests. The University in 2005 and ranks first in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe, awarded the following six universities. In general, the ambitions of the faculty provide a high quality education for the information society of the third millennium.
Faculty of Social Sciences
The Faculty of Social Research was established in 1998 as an independent faculty of Masaryk University. The Faculty of Social Sciences is the culmination of many years of the existence of certain disciplines at the Faculty of Arts, where the Faculty of Sociology was already established in 1921 – today it is one of the oldest institutions of this kind in Europe.
Faculty of Sports
The mission of the faculty is to promote the attributes of a healthy lifestyle as a necessary part of the modern lifestyle. The faculty applies and develops the knowledge about sports medicine that is necessary in the field of sports education, transfers the latest knowledge to the students in the field of nutrition and regeneration in sports and in everyday life, and trains qualified specialists for educational activities in the social and recreational fields.