The bachelor's degree programme Building Construction requires 8 semesters/4 years of full-time study. The tuition fee is 3000 EUR per year (2 semesters).
The master's degree programme Building Construction requires 3 semesters/18 months of full-time study. The tuition fee is 3500 EUR per year (2 semesters).
The doctoral degree programme (5 specialisations) - full-time mode of study requires 8 semesters/4 years. The tuition fee is 4000 EUR per year (2 semesters).
The doctoral degree programme (5 specialisations) - combined mode of study requires 8 semesters/4 years. The tuition fee is 1500 EUR per year (2 semesters).

Step 1 Application

You may apply online from December 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022 (bachelor's and master's programs) here:

E-application

Step 2 Documents

The application for study is submitted online (bachelor's and master's programs).

You need to enclose:

  • to start a bachelor's degree programme: a copy of your completed secondary school diploma confirmed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country where the diploma was issued, and confirmation of its recognition (see below),
  • to start a master's degree programme: an original or approved copy of your university (bachelor's) diploma, the diploma supplement, and confirmation of their recognition (see below),
  • to start a doctoral degree programme: an original or approved copy of your university (bachelor's) diploma, the diploma supplement, and confirmation of their recognition (see below).

Recognition

The following procedure does not apply to applicants who received their education in the Slovak Republic, Hungary, Poland or Germany, or to applicants who completed their secondary or master's studies in Slovenia. Education certificates from these countries are automatically equivalent to the education certificate issued in the Czech Republic.

If your come from a country outside the above list, to start a bachelor's degree programme you need a copy of your completed secondary school certificate confirmed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the country where the diploma was issued, and a document confirming its recognition by the Czech authorities.
If you wish to start a master's degree programme, you need to provide an approved copy of your university bachelor's degree diploma, the diploma supplement, and a document confirming their recognition by the Czech authorities.
For more information on rules and how to start the process for the recognition of qualifications from education institutions outside the Czech Republic, see here: Recognition and assessment of foreign education.

Step 3 Admission fee

You need to pay the admission fee of 28 € to the Brno University of Technology account given in the application form. The admission application is invalid without the admission fee payment.
On receipt of the requested documents and the admission fee, the Faculty of Civil Engineering will process your application and you will be informed regarding your acceptance.
The deadline for submitting the application and related documents, as well as the payment of the admission fee, is the 31st of March every year.
When you receive the letter of acceptance, you will be asked to pay the initial tuition fee, which is 50 % of the tuition fee for the first academic year (so 1500 EUR for a bachelor's and 1750 EUR for a master's course).

Step 4 Enrolment

On receipt of the initial payment from the student, he or she will be sent an invitation to enrol which states the date enrolment should take place.
To finish the admission process, students must enrol in their course at the Office of Academic Affairs in person at the beginning of September and pay the remaining part of the tuition fee before the course starts.
If students are unable to enrol in person, they can grant power of attorney to another person, who will then enrol for them.
When enrolling, students need to present a hard copy of the application and validated copies of documents related to their previous education.

Language requirements

You don't need to provide a language certificate, but you do need to have sufficient knowledge of English to be able to follow lectures in English. The recommended level of English is B1 – B2 according to the CEFR – for more details on the CEFR see The CEFR Levels.