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Viktoriia Soloveva

30 June 2023

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Vysoké učení technické v Brně (VUT)

Brno University of Technology is the oldest university in the city. Its history began in 1849, when the German-Czech Technical School was founded.

Vysoké učení technické v Brně (VUT)

VUT provides education in a wide range of classical technical and natural-science fields of study, as well as in the fields of study in architecture and art and multidisciplinary programs at the intersection of engineering and natural-science fields of study, economics, and healthcare. VUT is included in the list of the world's best universities (QS World University Rankings).

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Nowadays there are 24 thousands of students studying at 8 faculties and 2 educational institutes of VUT.

Brno University of Technology is included in the international ranking of the world's TOP 500 universities, which is published every autumn in the supplement (The Times Higher Education Supplement) of the British newspaper The Times.

Submission of applications

Receiving applications from applicants to the Faculty of Architecture and the Faculty of Fine Arts is open until November 30th. Receiving applications for all other departments is open until March 31th.

Conditions for admission of foreign applicants

Foreigners pass the Czech Language Certificate Exam at the B2 level.

Entrance exams

Entrance exams for most fields of study consist of a written test on the field of study. Part of the entrance exams for the Faculty of Architecture, Faculty of Fine Arts and some fields of study of the Faculty of Civil Engineering is a creative exam.

Faculty of Architecture (FA)

Bachelor's study programme

  • Architecture and Urban Design (duration - 4 years)

Submission of applications: Until November 30th (foreign applicants have to submit their Czech Language Certificate at the B2 level and nostrification of their certificate along with their application)

Entrance exams: The exam consists of two stages. The first stage - the creative exam - takes place in January and consists of three assignments: 1) drawing from a figure (pencil drawing, 60 minutes), 2) architecture assignment - interior, exterior, composition (pencil drawing, 120 minutes), and 3) spatial drawing (pencil drawing, 30 minutes).

The second step is submitting a result on the National Comparative Exam on General Prerequisites for Learning (OSP SCIO).

Master's study programme

  • Architecture and Urban Design (duration - 2 years)

Applications must be submitted until March 15th

Entrance exams: You must submit a portfolio consisting of academic and nonacademic papers (maximum A3 size, maximum of 50 pages). There will be an oral interview.

Faculty website: www.fa.vutbr.cz

Bachelor's study programmes

  • English in Electrical Engineering and Informatics

  • Audio Engineering

  • Biomedical Technology and Bioinformatics

  • Electronics and Communication Technologies

Entrance exams: The applicant's choices are mathematics and physics or mathematics and basic informatics.

Master's study programmes

  • Biomedical engineering and bioinformatics

  • Electronics and Communication Technologies

The entrance exam is written and consists of 10 assignments on 5 topics. The amount meets the corresponding Bachelor's programme.

Faculty website: www.feec.vutbr.cz

Faculty of Chemistry (FCH)

Bachelor's study programmes

  • Chemistry and Chemical Technologies

  • Chemistry and Technology of Foodstuffs

Applications must be submitted: 1st round - until March 31th, 2nd round - until June 30th

The entrance exam is a written test that tests school knowledge in chemistry

Master's study programmes

  • Chemistry and Technology of Environmental Protection\

  • Chemistry and Technology of Foodstuff

  • Chemistry for Medical Application

  • Chemistry, Technology and Properties of Materials

  • Applied Chemistry

Applications must be submitted until March 31th.

The entrance exam tests knowledge in the scope of the state examination of the corresponding Bachelor's programme. Knowledge of chemical disciplines and skills in calculating chemical reactions are tested.

Faculty website: www.fch.vutbr.cz

Bachelor's study programme

  • Information Technology

Entrance exam Admission is based on the National Comparative Exam - you can choose to take the math (MAT SCIO) test or the General Prerequisites for Learning (OSP SCIO) test.

Master's programmes

  • Management and Information Technologies

  • Bioinformatics and Biocomputing

  • Mathematical Methods in Information Technology

  • Information Technology Security

  • Computer and Embedded Systems

  • Computer Graphics and Multimedia

  • Information Systems

  • Intelligent Systems

  • Computer Networks and Communication

Entrance exams consist of written and oral parts and test knowledge in the field of information technology in the scope of the Bachelor's programme.

Faculty website:www.fit.vutbr.cz

Faculty of Business and Management (FBM)

Bachelor's study programmes

  • Economics and Management

  • Quantitative Methods in Economics

  • Systems Engineering and Informatics

The entrance exam consists of two parts: 1) a prerequisites for learning test (25 assignments, you have to choose one answer out of 5 given) and 2) English test (25 assignments, you have to choose one answer out of 4 given).

Master's study programmes

  • Economics and Management

  • Systems Engineering and Informatics

The entrance exam consists of two parts: 1) a prerequisites for learning test (25 assignments, you have to choose one answer out of 5 given) and 2) English test (25 assignments, you have to choose one answer out of 4 given).

Faculty website: www.fbm.vutbr.cz

Faculty of Civil Engineering (FCE)

Bachelor's study programmes

  • Architecture of Building Constructions

  • Geodesy and Cartography

  • Municipal Engineering

  • Civil Engineering

Entrance exams

When you are admitted to the Architecture of Building Constructions - you first pass a creative exam, consisting of three parts: 1) drawing of the composition of geometric figures, 2) drawing of a sitting figure from the model, 3) sketch of the interior on the assignment. The second stage is the subject exam, which also consists of three parts: 1) projective geometry (solving 3 assignments), 2) math (test), 3) professional discussion

For the admission to the rest of the faculty's programmes - you write a test in math (10 assignments) and physics (10 assignments).

Master's study programmes

  • Geodesy and Cartography

  • Civil Engineering

The entrance exam tests knowledge of the main disciplines in the field of study, exam topics are posted on the faculty website.

Faculty website: www.fce.vutbr.cz

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FME)

Bachelor's study programmes

  • Applied Sciences in Engineering

  • Mechanical Engineering

Entrance exams

Written test in physics and in math.

Master's study programmes

  • Applied Sciences in Engineering

  • Mechanical engineering

  • Production Systems

Entrance exams

Exams are taken in physics, math, and engineering mechanics

Faculty website: www.fme.vutbr.cz

Faculty of Fine Arts (FFA)

Bachelor's programmes

  • Sculpture

  • Graphic Design

  • Industrial Design

  • Video, Multimedia, Performance

  • Conceptual Trends

  • Painting

  • Graphics

Entrance exams

Exams are held in two stages: 1) submission of the homeworks (in January). The maximum is 25 works. 2) creative exam (in February)

The exam consists of 4 practical assignments, which are completed by the applicant within 2 days. The first assignment - general for all fields of study, the rest - depending on the field of study. Applicants also write a test that checks their knowledge in art history and their general level of culture.

Master's programmes

  • Conceptual trends

  • Industrial design

  • Painting

  • Graphics

  • Sculpture

  • Video, Multimedia, Performance

  • Graphic Design

Entrance exams are held in September. The creative exam consists of a presentation of work (portfolio) to the commission. The next step is an interview, at which the applicant must present their project within the Master's programme requirements - theoretical knowledge of the field of study, creative work and bibliography are assessed. The recommended volume of work is 2 pages (practical and theoretical parts).

Faculty website: www.ffa.vutbr.cz

Institute of Forensic Engineering (IFE)

Master's study programmes

  • Risk expertise

  • Forensic engineering

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