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Degree Studies

Studies in English language 
Studies in Czech language
Verification of secondary school-leaving certificate and recognition of foreign education

Studies in English language

Brno University of Technology (BUT) offers a wide selection of English programmes  on all three levels of education - Bachelor's, Master's and Doctoral. Studies in English are paid, see the table for fees.

The length of study is usually 6 semesters for Bachelor's programmes, 4 semesters for Master's programmes and 8 semesters for Doctoral programmes

Faculty

Name of Study Programme

Fees per academic year

Application Deadline

Bachelor’s Study Programmes

Business and Management - FBM

Economics and Management

Applicants from:
1) the Czech and Slovak Republic:  1,500 EUR/year
2) other European countries:  4,000 EUR/year
3) non-EU countries:  8,000 EUR/year

March 31, 2018

Civil Engineering - FCE

Civil Engineering

5,000 EUR

March 31, 2018

Electrical Engineering and Communication - FEEC

Electrical, Electronic, Communication and Control Technology

3,000 EUR

March 30, 2018

Mechanical Engineering -FME

Engineering

2,999 EUR

May 31, 2018

Mechanical Engineering -FME

Applied Sciences in Engineering

2,999 EUR

May 31, 2018

Master’s Study Programmes

Architecture - FA

Architecture and Urban Design

7,000 EUR

March 15, 2018

Business and Management - FBM

Economics and Management

Applicants from:
1) EU countries: 800 EUR/year
2) non-EU countries:  2,400 EUR/year
+ 2,850 GBP for semester in Nottigham Trent University

March 31, 2018

Civil Engineering - FCE

Civil Engineering

5,000 EUR

March 31, 2018

Electrical Engineering and Communication - FEEC

Audio engineering

3,000 EUR

March 30, 2018

Electrical Engineering and Communication - FEEC

Electrical, Electronic, Communication and Control Technology

3,000 EUR

March 30, 2018

Information Technology - FIT

Information Technology

3,000 EUR

March 30, 2018

Mechanical Engineering -FME

Applied Sciences in Engineering

2,999 EUR

May 31, 2018

Mechanical Engineering -FME

Mechanical Engineering

2,999 EUR

May 31, 2018

Doctoral Study Programmes

Business and Management - FBM Company Management and Economics 1,850 EUR/ 1st year, 1,500 EUR/ 2nd year, 1,000 EUR / 3rd year April 27, 2018
Chemistry - FCH Chemistry, Technology and Properties of Materials 7,000 EUR April 30, 2018

Chemistry - FCH

Chemistry and Technology of Foodstuffs

7,000 EUR

April 30, 2018

Chemistry - FCH

Macromolecular Chemistry

7,000 EUR

April 30, 2018

Chemistry - FCH

Physical Chemistry

7,000 EUR

April 30, 2018

Civil Engineering - FCE

Civil Engineering

5,000 EUR

December 12, 2017 for study starting in 2/2018

July 31, 2018 for study starting in 9/2018

Electrical Engineering and Communication - FEEC

Electrical Engineering and Communication

first year 4,500 EUR; further years 4,000 EUR per academic year

May 20182)

Information Technology - FIT

Computer Science and Engineering

4,000 EUR

May 20183)

Mechanical Engineering -FME

Applied Natural Sciences

2,999 EUR

May 31, 2018

Mechanical Engineering -FME

Applied Sciences in Engineering

2,999 EUR

May 31, 2018

Mechanical Engineering -FME

Machines and Equipment

2,999 EUR

May 31, 2018

Mechanical Engineering -FME

Manufacturing Technology

2,999 EUR

May 31, 2018

Mechanical Engineering -FME

Physical and Material Engineering

2,999 EUR

May 31, 2018

CEITEC

Advanced Materials and Nanosciences

3,000 EUR

May 16, 2018

Further information on study programmes in English language (ECTS cataloge) are available here.


Notes:

1) This programme is jointly designed by three universities - Brno University of Technology (CZ), Nottingham Trent University (GB) and University of Economics in Katowice (PL). Students pay 400 EUR per semester for the first year at Brno University of Technology or University of Economics in Katowice, then 2,850 GBP for the winter semester at Nottingham Trent University (GB) and finally 400 EUR for the summer semester  / writing a Master thesis at a selected company (CZ, GB, PL), supervisor consulting.

2) for detailed information write to study@feec.vutbr.cz

3) for detailed information write to study@fit.vutbr.cz

Studies in Czech language

As an international student you can study at BUT in Czech language. In such case you study under the same conditions like Czech students regarding both study and admissions. 

If you are interested in learning Czech language, you can apply for intensive course of Czech language for foreigners, which is organized by the Lifelong Learning Institute at BUT.

Validation of Secondary School Diploma and Recognition of Foreign Education

Bachelor's Studies

Students applying for Bachelor's studies after leaving secondary school abroad have to provide Validation of Secondary School Diploma before enrollment in BUT studies.

Validation of secondary school diploma can be done at the Regional office in Brno (in Czech "Krajský úřad Jihomoravského kraje". Contact person is:

Ms. Dagmar Kostrhůnová
Department of Education ‘Krajský úřad Jihomoravského kraje’
Address:  Cejl 73, Brno, 2nd floor, door number 226
kostrhunova.dagmar@kr-jihomoravsky.cz

For validation of the diploma it is necessary to provide these documents:

  • Verified copy of the diploma
  • Diploma supplement
  • Study plan (“Transcript of Records”) – list of courses finished at the secondary school including the amount of lessons
  • Verified copy of official translation of the documents into Czech language 
  • Confirmation of permanent or temporary residence in South Moravian region (for example BUT hall of residence)
  • Confirmed agreement of guardian for under-age applicants 
  • Passport

Validation process can take up to one month since providing all necessary documents, therefore we highly recommend to begin whole process in advance.

Master's and Doctoral Studies

Students applying for Master's or Doctoral programmes after graduating from lower study degree at foreign university have to provide verified diploma (Application for the Recognition of Foreign Education) before enrollment in BUT studies. Important note: Faculty of Fine Arts requires prospective students to submit their Recognition of Foreign Education along with the application for study.

Recognition of foreign education

A. Request for recognition of foreign education

The graduates of Bachelor’s, Master’s degree and Doctoral degree programme at the foreign university submit a written application for the diploma recognition to:

Brno University of Technology - Rectorate
Study Department
Antonínská 548/1
601 90 Brno
Czech Republic
Contact person:
Mrs. Michaela Fojtová, fojtova@ro.vutbr.cz, phone: +420 541 145 243


1) The written application must include:

  • First and Family name of the graduate at the foreign university
  • Date and Place of Birth
  • Permanent Address
  • Postal Address
  • Name and address of the foreign university
  • Name of the programme and field of study
  • Date of beginning and completion of studies
  • Date of the submission and the signature of the graduate of the foreign university (in case the application is submitted by the graduate’s representative, one needs to submit it with the approved power of attorney),
  • Purpose of the recognition the applicant demands

2) Required enclosures of the application (point D.4 - application form) are:

  • Original or approved copy of the university diploma, examination certificate or similar proof of the completion of studies issued by a foreign university
  • Original or approved copy of the diploma supplement, possibly an original or approved copy of the transcript of records
  • Official translations of both proofs into Czech language (in case the proofs are written in English, translations will not be required)
  • Written power of attorney in case other person than the graduate himself is applying
  • Decision of the recognition of the refugee status in case the applicant is a person with the refugee status

 

B. Legal regulations of the recognition of university education and qualification abroad

  • Act No. 111/1998 Series, on Higher Education Institutions and Amendments and Supplements to Some Other Acts (The Higher Education Act), Section 89, 90, 105, 106
  • Act No. 500/2004 of the Statute Book about administrative procedure
  • International treaties by which the Czech Republic is bound (bilateral international treaties about mutual recognition of the education certificate equivalence)
  • Convention about the recognition of qualification in higher education (the so-called Lisbon Convention)
  • Bilateral treaties of legal aid
  • Hague Convention (Multilateral Contract)

C. Authorities deciding about the recognition of education abroad

  • Public university which implements an accredited study programme similar in content. Relevant universities may be found here: https://aspvs.isacc.msmt.cz/
  • Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports – which is entitled to make decisions regarding education obtained in countries with bilateral international treaties (Hungary, Germany, Poland, Slovenia); in disputable situations, the ministry determines the affiliation of a given university with respect to recognition of education or may resort to own means of granting recognition. The ministry functions as an appellative body in case of recognition rejection.
  • Ministry of Defence – decides about education acquired in the military field
  • Ministry of Interior – decides about education acquired in the field of security forces

D. Verification of the authenticity of the signature and stamps on the original document

Diplomas and certificates of the closure of studies, issued in remaining countries, must be verified in accordance with Section 90, Act No. 111/1998 Series on Higher Education Institutions. Authenticity of signatures and stamps on the original documents must be verified by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the relevant country where the foreign university has its seat or relevant foreign authority and relevant representative authority of the Czech Republic in a country where the foreign university has its seat.

Verification procedure can be divided, according to the existing international treaties, into the three following groups:

1. A bilateral treaty on legal assistance concluded between two countries – documents issued by such countries are exempt from the requirements of section 90, subsection 3 of the Higher Education Act. All documents are thus considered valid with no further authentication necessary.

2. A multilateral treaty on a simplified process of verification of foreign public documents concluded between two countries (Hague Convention) certificates do not need to be legalized by a representative authority of the Czech Republic in a contracting country in which the document was issued. A unified form of document verification is set by the so-called Apostilla. Contracting countries appoint authorities that will provide documents with Apostilla.
Diploma must be verified by Apostille (verification annex) that will be issued by „Apostille office“ – all information can be found on website of the Hague Conference: http://hcch.e-vision.nl, direct link: http://hcch.e-vision.nl/index_en.php?act=conventions.authorities&cid=41

3. Other countries
Diplomas and certificates of the completion of studies, issued in remaining countries, must be verified by Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the relevant country where the foreign university has its seat or relevant foreign authority and relevant representative authority of the Czech Republic in a country where the foreign university has its seat.

  • List of individual countries (Czech only) with a link on the authority which decides about the first stage of the recognition of education abroad, as well as the required verification of university diplomas obtained in a particular country in this chart

 

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Contact

BRNO UNIVERSITY OF TECHNOLOGY

Antonínská 548/1, 601 90 Brno
Czech Republic
phone numbers list
e-mail: vut@vutbr.cz
international@vutbr.cz 
http://www.vutbr.cz/en

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