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University Facilities


5-300x 164Success in study and research is fostered by good facilities. Masaryk University offers nine modern faculty libraries with thousands of books in English (Altogether, university library collections include over 1.4 million items and cover a wide range of subjects) and other languages, digitalized catalog systems and electronic sources. The Faculty of Social Studies library is located on first floor of the building and offers a wide collection of Czech and international social science journals and books, several study rooms and a self-study gallery, a small PC room, WiFi connection, and help is available not only with book loans but also with access to electronic resources and databases.

You can search the online catalog of all faculties and access the library services via FSS library website
or visit the page with all Masaryk University libraries.

Information System and ICTs

The EUNIS Elite Award winning information system of Masaryk University smooths the administration of studies and facilitates the learning process. It enables Eduroam, the world renowned university-wide WiFi system. Social studies students can use three PC rooms at the Faculty and the university-wide PC room open non-stop, which is located in the opposite building. WiFi connection is provided in all of the university buildings. Students working on multimedia projects can use specialized studios and laboratories. More about laptop use and wifi at MU.

Accommodation and Catering

Campus _canteenAccommodation is provided for all who need it – international students usually live in a modern university residence that offers double rooms furnished with bathroom and kitchenette. Frequent and inexpensive public transport puts the university’s faculties within easy reach.
For those, who want to live off-campus, there is a wide range offer of private housing in Brno, see the link below and/or ask for further information. All degree students, including those that live off-campus, receive a small accommodation subsidy each semester as a contribution to the accommodation costs.
Proper nutrition is equally important: university canteens and cafeterias serving warm lunches and dinners are newly coupled with pizzerias and restaurants.