The school says: Masaryk University, located in Brno, is the second-largest public university in the Czech Republic. It consists of 9 faculties and over 200 departments, institutes and clinics. The university is offering Bachelor’s, Master’s and doctoral accredited programmes available in both full-time and combined form. It is currently educating over 38,000 students in a total of 1,300 fields of study. With more than 90 years of experience, Masaryk University is recognized as one of the most important teaching and research institutions in the Czech Republic and a highly-regarded Central European university. Masaryk University is a research university where research and teaching are closely linked. Its research activities are not limited to the Czech Republic: University scholars work on every continent including Antarctica where the University operates the first Czech Antarctic station. The key role in the research activities is played by CEITEC – The Central European Institute of Technology. I tis a consortium of partners that include the most prominent universities and research institutes in Brno. Its laboratories for nearly 600 scientists and more than 1,200 students are equipped with first-class technology and facilities that create optimal conditions for both basic and applied research in the fields of life sciences, advanced materials, and technologies.Studies at Masaryk University are truly international. In the past years, the number of international students has doubled and makes up for about 18% of all students. Quality of education, unique, ultra-modern university campus in Brno-Bohunice, affordable tuition, low costs of living, and the convenient location in the heart of Europe are only a few reasons why students from all over the world choose Masaryk University.