BRIEF OVERVIEW OF THE UNIVERSITY
Founded in 1919 in Brno, Masaryk University is the second Czech university (after Charles University in 1348 and Palacký University in 1573–1860). It now consists of nine faculties including the station facility of Mendel Polar Station in Antarctica which facilitates basic geological and climatological research. Since 1919, over 172,000 students have graduated from this University. The University was named after the First President of an Independent Czechoslovakia, Tomáš Garrigue Masaryk.

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There is a great deal of emphasis put by the university on “international cooperation” with prestigious foreign universities and research institutions. With a global rank of 600, about 85% of the graduates are employed in their respective fields. Masaryk University was ranked at 7 amongst all universities in the European Union. According to the recent ranking awarded by Students City, the Masaryk university shares the fifth place worldwide with Berlin, Stockholm, Vienna and Amsterdam before London, New York and Sydney.

Offered Programs / Brief Overview of Program

As of 2014, Masaryk University has 36,000 students and over 2,200 employees. It offers over 200 Bachelors, 290 Masters and 130 Doctoral full-time study programs. Some of the courses are being offered in English or German as well as in combined form.
The Office of International Studies helps facilitate incoming and outgoing student mobility. Students with special needs are assisted by the Teiresiás centre.
6. Exact and Natural Sciences – Courses offered are Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Geography, Computer sciences, BIology, Geology, Electric and Electronic engineering.

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