Masaryk University
Brno, Czech Republic

The path to your medical career starts in Brno.

Masaryk University Brno, Faculty of Medicine, Brno Czech Republic

At a glance

Application deadline

August 2024

Admission tests

individually agreed


7.500€ / semester

Study places



6 years



Medical studies Brno
Studying at Masaryk University

The Faculty of Medicine at Masaryk University in the Czech Republic enjoys an excellent reputation worldwide and offers places to around 800 international students on degree programmes in human medicine and dentistry in English. The degrees of the study programmes are recognised in the EU, the USA and many other countries. The campus, which is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, including direct access to the teaching hospital for practical experience, is also home to one of the most modern medical simulation centres in Europe. It enriches students' learning through realistic simulations.

Students also have the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in conjunction with medical simulations in a fully equipped five-storey teaching hospital, under the guidance and constant contact of one of the highly qualified teams. In addition, the faculty supports preparation for the USMLE exam (Steps 1 and 2 CK) through integrated curricula, preparatory seminars, specialised literature and, if successful, the possibility of a scholarship to cover test fees.

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Masaryk University in Brno

Your place to study medicine at Masaryk University in Brno

A highlight of the Faculty of Medicine is the brand new Simulation Centre (SIMU), the most modern simulation centre in Central Europe, which allows you to experience all medical procedures first-hand and offers you the most modern study conditions. From the simplest to the most complex. There is no other place where you can train everything without jeopardising the lives of patients. SIMU is the place where mistakes are welcome as long as you learn from them.

Technologies such as SIMU offer a special help and a brand new approach to teaching in general medicine and dentistry. SIMU complements the existing framework curricula with a unique aspect of acquiring individual skills and procedures using simulators. During your studies at the Faculty of Medicine of Masaryk University, unlike at other faculties, you can enjoy the rare opportunity to experience the connection between medical simulations and clinical practice in the faculty hospitals. This five-storey student hospital is equipped with healthcare and simulation equipment and is staffed by one of the largest and best-trained teams in the field. Under the guidance of this team, you will get straight into action and experience what you would have previously only experienced after several years of study or several semesters in medical practice.

  • The degree programme is fully recognised in Germany, Austria and all other European countries.

  • Close cooperation between professors and students.

  • Practical learning to put into practice what has been learned in theory.

  • In accordance with EU Directive 2005/36/EC, specialist training can follow the course of study.

  • The degree programme is fully recognised in Germany, Austria and all other EU countries.

  • Close cooperation between professors and students.

  • Practical learning to put into practice what has been learned in theory.

  • In accordance with EU Directive 2005/36/EC, specialist training can follow the course of study.

Admission procedure for the degree programmes

Before you can begin your academic journey in human medicine or dentistry at the renowned Masaryk University in Brno, Czech Republic, there is one final challenge: the entrance exam. Unlike at many other universities, this exam is not conducted with multiple choice questions, but is held in the form of a written single-choice test and includes questions from the fields of biology, chemistry and physics. The content of the test corresponds to the standard of a complete secondary school education in these subjects.

If it's been a while since you were at school or if you didn't take one of these subjects in secondary school, you don't need to worry. Our video courses prepare you for the required biology, chemistry and physics content in a didactic and easy-to-understand way. In addition, we offer test simulations so that you can assess in advance how well prepared you are and whether you need any further support. You can find out more about the admission procedure from our student advisors in the personal dialogue.

In addition, we organise special preparatory courses every year that are specifically tailored to the entrance exam at Masaryk University. These courses offer you optimal conditions to successfully prepare for the exam in Brno. The entrance exams are organised by futuredoctor in cooperation with Masaryk University and take place several times a year at different locations, including Germany (e.g. in Munich and Frankfurt) and Austria (mostly in Vienna).

Study medicine without numerus clausus and with a specialised baccalaureate

Unlike in Germany, Masaryk University in Brno allows anyone to study medicine without an NC. This means that your previous grade point average in your Abitur is not relevant. You also have the opportunity to study medicine in the Czech Republic with a vocational baccalaureate. 

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With the help of our e-learning platform and our learning app, you have the opportunity to prepare for the entrance exam at Masaryk University in Brno and for your degree programme flexibly and from anywhere.

The platform contains over 100 learning videos as well as multiple and single-choice questions in biology, chemistry and physics. This allows you to prepare for the admission procedure in Brno in a targeted manner! You can also carry out realistic test simulations.

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The city of Brno at a glance

Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic, has a population of around 380,000. Known above all for its historic architecture and renowned universities, it also has a diverse cultural life: in 2022, Brno was a major centre for cultural events in Europe.

Things to know about Brno

The city of Brno

Brno is one of the safest cities in the world, and the Czech Republic currently ranks tenth in the Global Peace Index. Time Out, the renowned British travel magazine, rates Brno as the second most attractive city in Europe to visit.

Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic, is characterised by its rich cultural diversity and lively atmosphere. Highlights include the picturesque Old Town in the heart of Brno with the impressive Gothic Cathedral of St Peter and Paul, the majestic Špilberk Castle, which towers over the city and tells a fascinating story, and the fairytale labyrinth of underground corridors. Art lovers will be delighted by the renowned galleries and museums, such as the Moravská Gallery or the Technical Museum. In terms of cuisine, Brno offers a variety of traditional restaurants and cosy cafés where you can enjoy local specialities and delicious coffee. The city is also known for its lively music scene and vibrant nightlife. With its charming squares, green parks and cultural treasures, Brno is an unforgettable destination for any visitor.

Have you heard of Mendel? Yes, he lived in Brno. A genius, a personality with ideas far beyond his time and one of the most important scientists in history - that's Gregor Johann Mendel, who went down in the history books with his discovery of the fundamental principles of heredity. Mendel, the father of modern genetics, is one of the most famous personalities to have lived and worked in Brno.


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