Summer IT School Inspires High School Girls to Explore Technology

In the last week of August, our Faculty was buzzing with energy as the Summer IT School for Girls unfolded. This traditional event drew 35 enthusiastic high school girls from across the Czech Republic, providing them with an opportunity to discover the fun side of computer science.

The program featured activities such as programming robots, creating mobile applications, and even experimenting with 3D printing, allowing the students to explore various aspects of the IT world in a hands-on way. One of the highlights was a meeting with female IT professionals from leading tech companies who shared their experiences and career stories.

The Summer IT School for Girls at FIT not only opens up new horizons for high school girls but also provides a platform for future IT female professionals.


Winners Revealed in Booster Challenge 2023 Competition

The Booster Challenge 2023 competition has announced its champions. Mário Havran and Dominik Klement claimed the top spot with their project VOLTEEK, winning a prize of 60,000 CZK. Their modular Battery Control System (BCS) impressed judges with its technical excellence and market potential.

Jakub Mašek and Martin Zelenák secured second place with their "Wireless Timer for Fire Attack," and Marko Poľanský received recognition for "Bazoš bot."

The Booster Challenge is a part of the Star(t)up@FIT project, which aims at supporting student entrepreneurs in transforming their ideas into successful ventures.

Congratulations to the winners, driving innovation and entrepreneurship forward.


Representatives from the Beijing Institute of Technology explored studying in Brno

A delegation of students and academics from the Beijing Institute of Technology (BIT) visited our Faculty in August.

They attended various lectures and presentations as well as enjoyed numerous cultural and social activities.  One of the highlights was an evening event with representatives from the Student Union of FIT at the students' club. Our Chinese colleagues had the opportunity to taste various Czech specialties, exchange experiences with our students about studying in both China and here, and enjoy a wonderful time together.

The delegation was led by Leading Professor Liu Hao, whom the Brno University of Technology (VUT) has maintained a long-standing collaboration with, primarily in the field of air traffic management and aviation technologies. Professor Hao has previously been awarded the VUT Silver Medal for his work.

The visit provided an excellent platform for fostering international academic exchange and strengthening the ties between our institutions. It is through such interactions that knowledge and expertise can be shared, enhancing the quality of education and research on a global scale.

The chinese students and academics met with the representatives ouf our Student Union of FIT at the students' club Kachnička.


NSTC International Internship Pilot Program in Taiwan

For international students to experience Taiwan's strengths in the field of S&T, National Science and Technology Council (NSTC) provides the international internship pilot program (IIPP) to attract global talents. Furthermore, we expect some of these interns will engage in advanced studies or start a career in Taiwan. More information at

Host Unit

Interns will do their internship in Academic and Research Institutions in Taiwan.

Who can apply

Bachelors, masters and PhD students with foreign nationality who meet the six core strategic industries can apply.


Interns will receive 30,000 NTD subsidy monthly, 3 months at most.


The internship will start from July, 2023 to January, 2024, no later than 2024.03.30. The matching platform will launch in May, 2023.


Empowering Global Minds: A Summer of Knowledge Exchange in Computer Security and Technology

The Faculty of Information Technology and the Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication teamed up in June to enhance the knowledge of Strathmore university students within the Academic Programme. One group of students from Kenya focused on theoretical and practical lectures in computer security at our faculty, while another group earned certificates from Electroenergetics.

In July, foreign students convened at FIT for the fourth time to advance their expertise in Computer Security, Forensics, and Machine Learning as part of the Brno International Summer School in Information Technology (BISSIT). This annual program continues to attract participants seeking to foster their knowledge in the above fields.



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