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Masaryk University

Masaryk University was founded in 1919, shortly after the establishment of the Czechoslovakia, and is named after the first Czechoslovakian president T.G. Masaryk whose effort contributed to foundation of the University. It is the second largest university in the Czech Republic and during its 90 year long history, it educated more than 125 thousand students. The Masaryk University consists of nine faculties and at present, it has more than 40 thousand students in bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree programmes and almost 2000 professors, assistents and researchers.

For more information about the Masaryk University, please see the Masaryk University website.

Faculty of Social Studies

The Faculty of Social Studies was established in 1997 by separation from the Faculty of Arts. Currently, the Faculty consists of seven departments and has over 3600 students. It offers a variety of bachelor's, master's and doctoral degree programs in Czech as well as in English language. The Faculty of Social Studies places emphasis on research activity which is organized under specialized institutions of the Faculty.

For more information about the Faculty of Social Studies, please see the Faculty website.

 

City of Brno

With the population of 400 thousand inhabitants, the city of Brno is the second largest city in the Czech Republic and is the political, cultural and social center of Moravia. It was founded in 1243 and has a long and interesting history. Brno, city of students, is a seat of five public, two state and several private universities. It is also a center of juridical power in the Czech Republic - the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic and the Supreme Administrative Court resides here. It hosts many cultural and sport events all over the year.

For more information about Brno, please see the official website of the City of Brno.