|Study location||Czechia, Brno|
|Tuition fee||CZK 380,000 per year|
High school / secondary education (or higher)
The entry qualification documents are accepted in the following languages: English.
Often you can get a suitable transcript from your school. If this is not the case, you will need official translations along with verified copies of the original.
At least 2 reference(s) should be provided.
This six-year full-time Master’s study programme is designed to prepare students for the medical profession. By completing their studies, students earn the MUDr. (Doctor of General Medicine) degree. The programme is designed for graduates of secondary schools completed with a school-leaving examination. In the course of the first two years, the curriculum includes primarily theoretical courses (Biology, Biophysics, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Anatomy, Histology, and Physiology). To be able to complete these courses, students need excellent knowledge of science subjects at grammar school level. The classes consist of lectures, laboratory practicals, and seminars.
In the course of the fourth and fifth years, students complete internships at individual clinics and attend lectures that complement the clinical instruction. During the last year of studies, students attend pre-graduation practical training, working at clinics and departments under the supervision of experienced physicians. In the course of the studies, students also complete 4 blocks of summer practical training where they learn about the operation of healthcare facilities and procedures used in practice.
Preclinical practice and preclinical lectures can be attended in the theoretical departments of the Faculty of Medicine or with the consent of the relevant course guarantor abroad. In this case, the course guarantor will grant recognition of the course after comparing the syllabus of the relevant curriculum course with the course’s syllabus at the host institution.
Clinical practice and clinical lectures can be attended in the faculty hospitals or with the consent of the relevant course guarantor at an institution abroad. In this case, the course guarantor will grant recognition of the course after comparing the syllabus of the relevant curriculum course with the course’s syllabus at the host institution. Students submit either an official transcript issued by the host institution or a logbook with an exact defined list of clinical performances after completing a mobility stay abroad.
Student mobilities abroad are always administered under official mobility programmes and registered in the student’s study evidence in the Information System of Masaryk University (IS MU).
Recognition of course completion (preclinical and clinical) at a foreign institution is always individually assessed and recognized by the Vice-Dean for International Affairs and International Students. It is confirmed in a mobility programme agreement signed by three parties (a student, Vice-Dean for International Affairs and International Students at FM MU, and a responsible person at a foreign institution)
Anatomy 1 – practice Anatomy I – dissection Anatomy I – lecture Anatomy I – seminar Basic Medical Terminology I – seminar Biophysics – lecture Biophysics – practice Czech Language for Foreigners I First Aid – lecture First Aid – practice Medical Biology I – lecture Medical Biology I – practice Public Health I – lecture Public Health I – practice
Anatomy II – practice Anatomy II – dissection Anatomy II – lecture Anatomy II – seminar Basic Medical Terminology II – practice Basic Medical Terminology II – seminar Czech Language for Foreigners II – practice Histology and Embryology I – lecture Histology and Embryology I – practice Medical Biology II – lecture Medical Biology II – practice Medical Ethics 1 – lecture
Biochemistry I – lecture Biochemistry I – seminar Czech Language for Foreigners III – practice Histology and Embryology II – lecture Histology and Embryology II – practice Nursing Physiology I – lecture Physiology I – practice Physiology I – seminar
Biochemistry II – lecture Biochemistry II – practice Biochemistry II – seminar Biochemistry II Laboratory Medicine – seminar Clinical Introduction I – Basic Skills – practice Czech Language for Foreigners IV – practice Handling chemical substances Medical Microbiology I – lecture Medical Microbiology I – practice Physiology II – lecture Physiology II – practice Physiology II – seminar Vacational Training in Nursing I
Clinical Introduction II – practice Czech Language for Foreigners V – practice Immunology – lecture Immunology – practice Medical Microbiology II – lecture Medical Microbiology II – practice Medical Psychology and Psychosomatics Medical Psychology and Psychosomatics – practice Pathohysiology I – lecture Pathology I – lecture Pathology I – practice Pathophysiology I – practice
Clinical Introduction III – practice Czech Language for Foreigners VI – practice Pathology II – lecture Pathology II – practice Pathophysiology II – lecture Pathophysiology II – practice Public Health II – lecture Public Health II – practice Theoretical Bases of Clinical Medicine I – seminar Vacational Training in Primary Care
Clinical Genetics – lecture Clinical Genetics – practice Czech Language for Foreigners VII Dermatovenerology – lecture Dermatovenerology – practice Diagnostic Imaging Methods – lecture Diagnostic Imaging Methods – practice Infectious diseases I – practice Internal Medicine – part 1 – Functional Diagnostics, Occupational Medicine and Geriatrics Pharmacology I – lecture Pharmacology I – practice Surgery I – lecture Surgery I – practice Theoretical Bases of Clinical Medicine II Medical Ethics & Communication Skills
Czech Language for Foreigners VIII Forensic medicine – lecture Forensic Medicine – practice Ophthalmology Ophthalmology – practice Orthopaedics and Rehabilitation – practice Otorhinolaryngology – lecture Otorhinolaryngology – practice Pediatrics I – lecture Pediatrics I – practice Pharmacology II – lecture Pharmacology II – practice Stomatology – lecture Stomatology – practice Surgery II – lecture Surgery II – practice Theoretical Bases of Clinical Medicine III Vacational Training in Surgery and Internal Medicine
Clinical oncology – lecture Clinical Oncology – practice Differential diagnostics – Surgery Gynecology and Obstetrics Infectious Diseases II Infectious diseases II – practice Intensive Care Medicine – lecture Intensive Care Medicine – practice Internal Medicine part 2- Pneumology Internal Medicine part 3 – Nefrology, Diabetology, Revmatology and Endocrinology Internal Medicine part 4 – Gastroenterology and Haematology Medical Ethics 2 – seminar Neurology – lecture Neurology – practice Pediatrics II – lecture Pediatrics II – practice Public Health III – lecture Public Health III – practice Surgery III – practice Anaesthesiology and Treatment of Pain Applied Clinical Pharmacology – lecture Applied Clinical Pharmacology – seminar Clinical Biochemistry Clinical Training in Paediatric Oncology Physiology and Pathology of Newborn
Differencial diagnostics – Internal Medicine Internal Medicine – lecture Internal Medicine part 5 – Cardiology and Angiology Pediatrics III – practice Psychiatry – lecture Psychiatry – practice Vacational training Gynecology and Obstetrics
General Medicine Practice and Geriatrics General Medicine Practice and Geriatrics – pregraduation practice Palliative Care – pregraduation practice Public Health IV Surgery – pregraduation practice Surgery – state exam
Individual project Internal Medicine – pregraduation practice Internal Medicine – State Exam Obstetrics and Gynaecology – State Exam Pediatrics – pregraduation practice Pediatrics – state exam Public Health – State exam
Graduates can apply for a wide range of positions in all the disciplines of medicine including the food, water, and product safety services and paediatrics. They can also work as research workers in biomedical science disciplines or as specialized representatives of pharmacological companies.