Ukrainian students who fled their country before the Russian aggression can apply to Masaryk University in Brno. Friday is the first day when they can apply for the admission procedure at individual faculties.
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This admission procedure is intended only for students from Ukraine who are granted temporary protection. The application deadline ends at the end of May. “Students from Ukraine can simply prove their previous education by a solemn declaration, and they are also exempt from all fees associated with the admission procedure,” said university spokesman Radim Sajbot.
According to the rector of the university, Martin Bareš, this is a reaction to the war situation, when people fleeing their country come to the Czech Republic to save their lives. “And such an exceptional situation calls for an extraordinary approach and solution. We have previously declared that we are ready to accept up to a thousand Ukrainians throughout the university. At the moment, we are registering an interest in studying at Masaryk University from more than five hundred, “he calculated.
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Masaryk University is ready to help applicants and new students with language barriers. She has prepared for the system of Czech language courses, which will be available to every student at different levels of progress and duration. “Individual faculties will, according to their decisions on the form of the admission procedure, mostly evaluate cover letters, conduct individual interviews and take into account previous studies in Ukraine,” Sajbot outlined.
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