Mendel University in Brno is the oldest independent specialized university in the Czech Republic. Its founding was preceded, from 1864 onwards, by efforts to establish an agricultural university in Moravia which, however, failed because of obstacles of a political, economic and ethnic character. Its founding was eventually enabled by the declaration of an independent Czechoslovak Republic in October 1918.
The long tradition of Mendel University in Brno and the professional and teaching expertise of academic staff have created very good conditions for high-quality, interesting studies and good career opportunities for graduates. Graduates of all fields of study and specializatiions are very positively evaluated in practice. They are very competitive on the job's market and apply the acquired knowledge and skills in their professional and public lives.
New fields of study stem from changes in society and the need for experience. Teachers' and students' active contacts create good conditions for student mobility and studies at partner foreign universities. Mendel University in Brno is a university with three-degree (Bachelor's, Master's, Doctorate) accredited studies and a credit system (ECTS) is used to evaluate the results of the studies. The area of lifelong learning also offers education. You can find what each study program (or field of studies) offers on the websites of the individual faculties, the Institute of Lifelong Learning and in current information about admissions procedures.
The study programmes of Mendel University in Brno are available to people with different kinds of impairment.