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Technical University in Brno
Technical University in Brno


The Technical University of Brno is the oldest university in Brno. Its history dates back to 1849, when the German-Czech Technical School was founded.


Brno, Czech Republic

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About the institution

VUT provides education in a wide range of classical technical and natural science specialities, as well as specialities in architecture and art, and multidisciplinary programmes at the intersection of engineering and natural science disciplines, economics, and health care. VUT is included in the list of the best universities in the world (QS World University Rankings).

Brief information

  • Today there are 24 thousand students studying at 8 faculties and 2 training institutes of VUT.

  • Brno University of Technology is included in the international ranking of TOP 500 best universities in the world, which is published every autumn in the Times Higher Education Supplement of the English newspaper The Times.

Submission of applications

Applications for the Faculty of Architecture and the Faculty of Arts are accepted until 30 November. Applications for all other faculties are accepted until 31 March.

Conditions for admission of foreign applicants

Foreigners take a certified Czech language exam at the B2 level.

Entrance examinations

The entrance examination for most specialities is a written test on the profile of the speciality. The entrance examination for the Faculty of Architecture, Arts and some specialities of the Faculty of Civil Engineering is a creative examination.

Faculties, directions and conditions of admission

Faculty of Architecture (FA)

Bachelor's degree programme

Architecture and urban planning (study period - 4 years)

Application deadline: until 30 November (together with the application form, foreign applicants must submit a certificate of Czech language proficiency at level B2 and nostrification of their school-leaving certificate).

Entrance examinations: The examination consists of two stages.

The first stage, the creative examination, takes place in January and consists of three tasks:

  1. figure drawing (pencil drawing, 60 minutes),

  2. assignment on architecture - interior, exterior, composition (pencil drawing, 120 minutes),

  3. spatial drawing (pencil drawing, 30 minutes).

The second stage is to submit the result of the National Comparative Examination for the OSP SCIO Common Prerequisites for Training.

Master's degree programme

Architecture and urban construction (term of study - 2 years)

Submission of applications: until 15 March

Entrance examinations: A portfolio of academic and non-academic work (maximum A3 format, maximum 50 pages) must be submitted. An oral interview will take place.

Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication Technology (FEKT)

Bachelor's degree programmes

  • English in electrical engineering and computer science

  • Audio Engineering

  • Biomedical Engineering and Bioinformatics

  • Electrical, electronic, communication and control engineering

Entrance exams: The applicant can choose between maths and physics or maths and basic computer science.

Master's degree programmes

  • Biomedical engineering and bioinformatics

  • Electrical, electronics, communication and control engineering

The entrance exam is written and consists of 10 tasks on 5 topics. The volume corresponds to the corresponding Bachelor's programme.

Faculty of Chemistry (FCH)

Bachelor's degree programmes

  • Chemistry and chemical technology

  • Chemistry and food technology

Application submission: 1st stream - until 31 March, 2nd stream - until 30 June

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

Master's degree programmes

  • Environmental chemistry and technology

  • Chemistry and technology of foodstuffs

  • Chemistry in medicine

  • Chemistry, technology and properties of materials

  • Applied chemistry

Submission of applications: until 31 March

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

Faculty of Information Technology (FIT)

Bachelor's degree programme

  • Information technology

Entrance examination

Admission is based on the result of the National Comparative Examination - you can choose to take the MAT SCIO or the OSP SCIO.

Master's degree specialities

  • Management and information technology

  • Bioinformatics and biocomputing

  • Mathematical methods in information technologies

  • Security of information technologies

  • Computer and embedded systems

  • Computer graphics and multimedia

  • Information systems

  • Intellectual systems

  • Computer Networks and Communications

Entrance examinations consist of a written and oral part and test knowledge in the field of information technologies in the scope of the Bachelor's programme.

Faculty of Entrepreneurship (FP)

Bachelor's degree programmes

  • Economics and Management

  • Quantitative Methods in Economics

  • Systems Engineering and Informatics

The entrance exam consists of two parts:

  1. learning prerequisites test (25 tasks, you have to choose one answer out of 5 suggested answers).

  2. English language test (25 tasks, you have to choose one answer option from 4 offered).

Master's degree programmes

  • Economics and management

  • Systems engineering and informatics

The entrance exam consists of two parts:

  1. learning prerequisites test (25 tasks, you have to choose one answer out of 5 suggested answers).

  2. English language test (25 tasks, you have to choose one answer option from 4 offered).

Faculty of Civil Engineering (FAST)

Bachelor's degree programmes

  • Architecture of building structures

  • Geodesy and cartography

  • Urban Engineering

  • Civil Engineering

Entrance examinations

For admission to Architecture of Building Structures - firstly a creative examination consisting of three parts is taken:

  1. drawing of a composition of geometric figures,

  2. drawing of a seated figure from a model,

  3. sketch of the interior according to the task.

The second stage is the subject exam, which also consists of three parts:

  1. descriptive geometry (solution of 3 tasks),

  2. mathematics (test),

  3. professional discussion

For admission to the other programmes of the Faculty - a test in Mathematics (10 tasks) and Physics (10 tasks) is written.

Master's degree programmes

  • Geodesy and cartography

  • Construction engineering

The entrance exam tests the knowledge of the main disciplines of the speciality, the exam topics are posted on the Faculty website.

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FSI)

Bachelor's degree programmes

  • Applied sciences in engineering

  • Mechanical Engineering

Entrance examinations

Writing a physics test and a maths test.

Master's degree programmes

  • Applied sciences in engineering

  • Mechanical Engineering

  • Production systems

Entrance examinations

Examinations in physics, mathematics, technical mechanics are taken

Faculty of Fine Arts (FAVU)

Bachelor specialities

  • Sculpture

  • Graphic Design

  • Industrial design

  • Video, multimedia, performance

  • Conceptual trends

  • Painting

  • Graphics

Entrance examinations

The examinations take place in two stages:

  1. providing homework (in January). Maximum - 25 works

  2. creative examination (in February)

The exam consists of 4 practical tasks, which the applicant completes within 2 days.

The first task is general for all specialities, the rest depending on the specialisation. Applicants also take a test to check their knowledge of art history and general level of culture.

Master's degree specialities

  • Conceptual trends

  • Industrial design

  • Painting

  • Graphics

  • Sculpture

  • Video, multimedia, performance

  • Graphic design

Entrance examinations take place in September. The creative examination consists of a presentation of work (portfolio) in front of the commission. The next stage is an interview, at which the applicant must present his/her project within the framework of the Master's programme - theoretical knowledge of the speciality, creative work, bibliography are evaluated. The recommended volume of work is 2 pages (practical and theoretical parts).

Institute of Forensic Construction Expertise (ÚSI)

Master's degree programmes

  • Risk expertise

  • Forensic construction expertise



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