Courses taught in English can be found on the websites of Masaryk University’s faculties. See the links below and choose courses you would like to attend during your mobility. Find out more about the grading system and the exam organization at Masaryk University here.
The course catalogues at each faculty may be updated at different times. If the semester offers have not been updated for the upcoming semester(s), please consider the course from the available semester. Most of the courses will be offered again in the upcoming semester.
ERASMUS STUDENTS, PLEASE NOTE: If you choose courses from a different department than you were nominated to, your LA may or may not be approved by your departmental coordinator, but they cannot guarantee that those courses will be taught.
- Faculty of Law: Autumn and Spring semester
- Faculty of Medicine: Autumn and Spring semester
- Faculty of Science: Autumn semester and Spring semester
- Faculty of Arts: Autumn semester and Spring semester
- (see also special link to courses for students accepted by the Department of English and American Studies; Studies > Info for foreign students)
- Faculty of Education: Autumn and Spring semester
- Faculty of Pharmacy: Autumn and Spring semester
- Faculty of Economics and Administration: Autumn and Spring semester
- Faculty of Informatics: Autumn and Spring semester
- Faculty of Social Studies: Autumn semester and Spring semester
- Faculty of Sports Studies: Autumn and Spring semester
- Central European Studies Programme (CESP): Autumn semester and Spring semester
Please note that there might be further changes due to teachers' availability, numbers of students registered for the courses, etc. You can make changes to your Learning Agreement after your arrival – change your IS enrolment within 2 weeks from the beginning of the semester and your Learning Agreement in the following week.
Apart from faculties, other university centres also offer courses taught in English:
The Language Centre of Masaryk University is a university-wide institute providing education in foreign languages. For students of all forms of study (i.e. Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral study programmes in full-time and combined form) five foreign languages can be learned on the academic or technical level – English, German, French, Spanish and Russian. For more information see the webpage of Language Centre of Masaryk University.