We regularly offer staff from partner institutions a chance to participate in a Masaryk University training week (MUST WEEK) under Erasmus+ programme or other schemes. Language of instruction is English.
Please find more information about target groups, dates, programme and deadlines in the section Agenda and Dates.
Agenda and dates
April 9-13, 2018
May 14-18, 2018
Services for students with special needs
September 3-7, 2018Application deadline February 28, 2018
If you did not find the expertise you would like to be trained in or a field you are interested in at MU, feel free to get in touch with MU International Office based at the Faculty level.
Applications are submitted electronically, please click here to submit application. Please select MUST week as a mobility programme choosing the right target group for you.
FOR staff applying within Erasmus+ ICM project (mostly from non European countries): Before applying for MUST WEEK please see our webpage here. First you have to be selected within the project, then please fill in the application for MUST WEEK. All applicants selected and nominated through Erasmus+ ICM will be given further instructions via e-mail.
FOR applicants from Erasmus+ programme countries: In case of high number of applications, Masaryk University is going to select the final list of candidates. We usually prefer one candidate from each university for the given target group. All applicants will be informed via e-mail in about two weeks after the deadline whether their MUST application has been approved and they can join the event.
The programme is free of charge. Participants are expected to cover their costs of accommodation and most meals by themselves (from Erasmus+ project).
MUST Week on-line application contains the accommodation request for two hotel options: the Hotel Continental Brno and the Garni Hotel Vinarska. The Hotel Continental (map) is located in the city centre near Masaryk university headquarters and the international office – CIC (CIC will pre-book several single rooms for reduced prizes including breakfast which is about EUR 55 per person/night). The Garni Hotel Vinarska (map) is in fact a student dormitory, some rooms serve for university guests. It is situated more conveniently for library group participants as it is closer to the library venue, however, more far away from the city centre. The prize is about EUR 37 per person/night including breakfast.
If you are interested in a room either in the Hotel Continental or the Garni Hotel Vinarska, please indicate it within the on-line application. Having confirmed for the mobility you will be emailed further details concerning your hotel reservation.
If you want to arrange accommodation in Brno by yourself, you may find it useful to have a look at following list of hotels published at the City of Brno web pages.