On 19 September 1899 the Austrian Emperor and Hungarian King Franz Joseph 1 signed a decree bringing into existence a Czech technical university in Brno. This was the first Czech higher education institution in Moravia.
BUT offers structured tertiary-level education in the following types of studies: Bachelor’s programmes (3-4 years, ending with the titles Bc. or BcA), Master’s programmes (1.5-2 years, ending with the titles Ing., Ing. arch. or MgA) and doctoral programmes (3-4 years, ending with the title PhD). Studies may be pursued full-time (“on-site“) or in combined form.
At the present time BUT has 75 accredited degree programmes, of which 26 are taught in foreign language (data valid for 31st December 2013).
Research and development activities at BUT centre around non-specified researchreceiving funding from the state budget. Attention is also given to research projects that are clearly defined and supported by contracting authorities such as the Czech Science Foundation, grant agencies of the Czech government ministries, international grant agencies, and scientific and research programmes.
The South Moravian Innovation Centre (JIC) supports innovation businesses and commercial applications of research and development. It also serves as a go-between for research departments at universities and commercial companies maximising the research and development potential at regional and national levels.
Many organisations offer scholarships or grants. Some of these might help you to study for a Master at Brno University of Technology!
International Relations Department in cooperation with International Students Club VUT have prepared Welcome Week for all international students coming to study at BUT in winter semester 2016/2017.
The Welcome Week provides you with the information you will need to make your stay and study as an international student at Brno University of Technology as easy and enjoyable as possible.
International Students Club will provide you help and advice concerning everyday matters and problems you may deal with before, during and after your arrival. Also during the whole semester ISC will organize trips, excursions and free time activities of all kinds.
BUT provides accommodation, mostly in double rooms. Half of the bedrooms are equipped with their own bathroom and toilet, another half has a shared bathroom unit for a certain number of rooms. Most of the rooms are two-bed and three-bed rooms, a small number are single rooms.
Halls of Residence offers:• 100 % high speed internet connection
• wide range of dining services (cafeterias, restaurants, pizzerias, cafés, bars and snack bars)
• modern catering system (cashless, no pre-ordering, no limit, online menus)• halls of residence provide quality sports facilities
Librarian and information services are provided by BUT libraries and information centres at faculties. BUT departments that are not parts of faculties are offered these services at the BUT Central Library.The libraries' basic activities include managing and offering the collections that libraries build to meet the requirements of degree programmes and research plans of faculties.
Students with health insurance are entitled to visit any general practitioner.The Student Health Centre, situated in the student halls of residence at Kolejní street, provides medical care for BUT students.
Conveniently situated close to three capitals - Prague, Bratislava and Vienna, Brno, the second largest city in the Czech Republic, is known as a centre of science, research and innovations. With more than 20 % of its population being students of six public universities, Brno is often dubbed "a city with student spirit". Its citizens as well as visitors are offered numerous cultural, sports and leisure activities.
The range of the sports activities offered is large providing opportunities for both individual and team sports. Students can choose from almost 50 sports at five different performance levels. The offer contains classic sports as well as those less common such as martial arts, belly dancing, capoeira, bouldering, in-line skating, golf, Port de Bras, simulated rowing, juggling, etc.
The Student Chamber represents students of all BUT faculties being part of the BUT Academic Senate, which is the supreme academic representative body according to the University Act.
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