Did you know that Brno was recently recognised as:
One of 52 Places to Go in 2016 according to NYT (nytimes.com, no.27)
One of 10 best alternative city breaks in Europe according to The Guardian (theguardian.com, no.7)
Best city in Czech Republic in Numbeo.com Quality of Life Index 2017 (numbeo.com, no.57)
Brno is the capital of Moravia and the second largest city of the Czech Republic. It is mostly known for its modernist architecture, rapidly expanding high tech-sector, café culture and a reputation for the highest quality of life in the country. Brno is also home to six public universities. Masaryk University (www.muni.cz), the second-largest university in the Czech Republic, is the leading higher education institution in the region. The Masaryk University Language Centre (www.cjv.muni.cz), the largest language centre in the country, provides language-focused services and support to the whole university, and enhances international collaboration and continuous exchange of knowledge, ideas and information on a worldwide scale.
The programme will be taught in the Masaryk University Komenského náměstí 2 Building
Masaryk University Language Centre is based in the heart of Brno and the city’s cultural and social life is literally on its doorstep. Together with The Centre for International Cooperation, The Teiresias Support Centre for Students with Special Needs and The University Computer Centre with a non-stop service, the Language Centre is housed in a Neo-Renaissance building, opened originally for the German University of Technology in 1860. Today, the building offers state-of-the-art teaching and learning resources and facilities to Masaryk University students and staff-members.