STUDIES Modern Education
Masaryk University offers Bachelor’s, Master’s and doctoral accredited degree programmes available in both full-time and combined form. A structured study system enables students to combine many fields of study in Bachelor’s degree programmes with Master’s and doctoral degree programmes, the latter generally geared towards specializations in research. The university is currently educating over 33,148 students in a total of 1,300 fields of study. In accordance with worldwide educational trends, lifelong learning at Masaryk University is growing ever more widespread and significant. The programmes – most of which are professionally oriented – draw over 20,000 applicants a year; the Faculty of Medicine is responsible for the majority of such vocational training programmes. Senior citizens may attend lectures at the so-called University of the Third Age. Children then have an opportunity to experience studies or research at Masaryk University at the so-called Masaryk jUniversity. Study statistics (as of 31 October 2016): A total of 21,065 students were enrolled in diploma studies at Masaryk University, of which 13,062 were enrolled in Bachelor’s degree programmes (62 % of all students) 7,397 in long-cycle Master’s and Master’s degree programmes (35,1 % of all students) and 606 in doctoral degree programmes (2,9 % of all students) 6,965 international students in accredited degree programmes taught in Czech (21 % of all students) 7,917 graduates of accredited degree programmes successfully completed their students at Masaryk University (1 January 2016 – 31 December 2016).
Student numbers according to the degree programme type at Masaryk University 2016
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