Full Degree Programmes in English
Choose your degree programme and field
Tuition, fees, living expenses and financial aid
Tuition and fees are EUR 1,500 per semester, i.e. EUR 3,000 per year.
The BUT residential system can accommodate all its foreign graduate students (about EUR 120/month); housing in the Brno area is also possible (about EUR 200/month). Graduate students’ expenses for housing, food, books, medical insurance, and incidentals vary widely, depending on their marital status, quality-of-life expectations and housing arrangements. For example, the price of lunch is EUR 5-10, so the monthly costs of living may vary between EUR 300-600.
The FIT financial aid program ensures that education at BUT is accessible to all qualified candidates regardless of their financial circumstances. BUT provides financial aid to students in whose case the tuition and fees would exceed the available financial means of their families. Financial need is the difference between the price of attending FIT and a family’s ability to pay that price, which is determined using the parents’ tax returns for the previous 2 years, provided with the application as part of the application process. The remaining needs, if any are addressed using a FIT scholarship, research assistance, benefit scholarship, etc.
Refund of the paid tuition fee if the student passes all the courses in which he/she has enrolled in the semester with a semester grade average (SGA):
- 25% refund if SGA up to 3.0
- 50% refund if SGA up to 2.0
- 75% refund if SGA up to 1.5
by 15 April Sign up and pay the admission fee
Applicants for degree programmes given in the English language are required to:
- sign up using the application form,
- submit to Mrs. Kudelova their CV, including the list of relevant IT courses they have passed (including their final marks), a motivation letter and their best copyright project in IT (technical report + source codes*) - all in one archive file),
- pay an admission fee in the amount of EUR 23.
The deadline for application and payment of the admission fee is April 15.The copyright project in IT will be used only for the purposes of evaluating the quality of the candidate for study and will not be published anywhere.
by 15 May Admission procedure
The FIT Study department will contact the applicants within two weeks after the application deadline and provide them with detailed information on further steps to be taken. The applicants might be asked to have up to 2 hours of Skype interviews as a part of the quality assessment procedure. The interview may include questions about prerequisites or programming skills (see Admission procedure rules, Annex 1).
The applicants will be informed about the results of the admission procedure by 15 May.
starting in April Arrange for your accommodation
Students who are not able to commute can apply for accommodation in BUT dormitories.
The on-line Request for Accommodation for the academic year 2020/2021 will be open starting from April 2020. Students who have to apply for a visa are strongly encouraged to arrange for their accommodation well in advance.
Other possibilities for private accommodation:
by 17 September Submit a request for recognition of foreign education
Graduates of a bachelor's degree programme at a foreign university submit an application for recognition of foreign education.
The legalized original of your bachelor´s diploma is to be delivered to the FIT Study department as soon as possible, upon the enrolment, by 17 September 2020, at the latest.
17 September Enroll for study
It is only through enrolment that you become a regular student of the FIT. The date of enrolment is indicated in the electronic application or in the news on the faculty’s homepage. The date of enrolment in the master's degree programme given in English is 17 September 2020. If you cannot attend the enrolment in person, you can enroll by proxy on the basis of a power of attorney.
Pay the tuition fee
Students in the master's degree study programme given in English have to pay one year's tuition and fees in the amount of EUR 3000. The tuition fee is to be sent to the FIT bank account:
- Beneficiary's bank: Komerční banka a.s., Brno-město, Nám. Svobody 21, CZ-63131 Brno
- SWIFT code: KOMBCZPP
- Account number: 27-8684040287/0100
- IBAN: CZ 5701000000278684040287
- Beneficiary: Vysoké učení technické v Brně, Božetěchova 2, CZ-61266
- Details of payment: 14099 "your name"
The tuition fee payment conditions will be specified during the enrolment for study.