Founded in 2005, MVSO is a small, modern, dynamic college focused on Business, Economics and Management, ICT, and multimedia.
MVSO is the first school of tertiary education in the Czech Republic which has been granted the vocational accreditation for teaching Business. Our students are taught by both experienced academics as well as experts from real work environment.
At our school, students can obtain the following:
MVSO has over 35 international partners in the EU, Russia, Turkey, Israel and China.
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A university with a proud tradition
On 19 September 1899 the Austrian Emperor and Hungarian King Franz Joseph 1 signed a decree bringing into existence a Czech technical university in Brno.This was the first Czech higher education institution in Moravia.
It became an important centre of teaching and research, greatly enriching the life of Czech society, a role that it has continued to play down to the present.When it opened, the university had with four professors and forty-seven students. In the course of more than 110 years is has matured into an internationally recognized institution offering a cutting-edge education based on the latest scientific and professional knowledge delivered at eight faculties and Institute of Forensic Engineering covering a broad spectrum of fields ranging from technical and scientific disciplines through economics to the arts.
World university ranking
According to the Quacquarelli Symonds Limited (QS) prestigious world university rankings, BUT has been among the best universities of the world for several years in succession.
Prestigious ECTS and DS labels
For the period 2009–2016 the Brno University of Technology has been awarded the European Commission’s prestigious ECTS and DS Label certificates, issued in recognition of quality higher education.
BUT was one of only two Czech universities to be granted the ECTS Label. This label recognizes the proper introduction of the European credit system in all Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programmes in line with the implementation of the aims of the Bologna Process. BUT was awarded the DS Label in recognition of the proper provision of the Diploma Supplement to all its graduates free of charge. Both certificates are proof that BUT meets the demanding criteria of the European Union in the area of higher education; in addition, they make a major contribution towards broadening mobility and increasing the internationalization of the university.
At the present time BUT has 22,000 students, 8 faculties and 3 university institutes:
Faculty of Chemistry
Faculty of Mechanical Engineering
Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Communication
Faculty of Architecture
Faculty of Information Technology
Faculty of Civil Engineering
Faculty of Fine Arts
Institute of Forensic Engineering
Central European Institute of Technology
Tomas Bata University (TBU) is named after the originator of the shoe industry in Zlín and a world-famous Czech entrepreneur Tomas Bata (1876-1932) in recognition of his outstanding contribution to the life and inhabitants of the town as well as the whole country and its economy. TBU is a progressive university, open to all new ideas. TBU is a dynamically growing higher education institution comprised of six faculties offering students the possibility of studying humanities, natural sciences, technology and art. It is one of the most prominent centres of research in the Czech Republic and, in many respects, also abroad. With a current student population of about 13,000, TBU ranks among medium-sized Czech universities. The current Rector of TBU is Prof. Petr Saha who succeeded Prof. Ignac Hoza. Prof. Petr Saha was also the first Rector when TBU was established.
One of the essential parts of the University’s activities is research and development. TBU has developed cooperation with a number of research institutions worldwide, both in the European Union and in the United States, Canada, Russia, China, India, Japan among others. At TBU, considerable emphasis is laid on teaching English and other foreign languages. The offer of its degree programmes taught in English has been continually extended. Maximum support is given to all forms of international cooperation, i.e. student exchanges, lectures and teaching internships, joint research projects among others.
The University uses a unified credit transfer scheme compatible with the other European universities. Its graduates are issued the Diploma Supplement, the aim of which is to enhance their position in the European labour market. It is recognized all over Europe. This year, the University has been awarded the prestigious Diploma Supplement Label by the European Commission (for the second time now), which has raised its reputation among other higher education institutions in Europe.
TBU is a member of numerous international organizations. Its membership in the EUA (European University Association), which associates over 800 universities from 46 countries in Europe, is one of the most prestigious ones. It enables the University to participate in all the EUA’s significant activities aiming to support higher education in Europe and so to present itself to the whole of the European academic community. The University has also signed the Magna Charta Universitatum of Bologna, which among other things aims to support scientific development and freedom, and to remove boundaries when gaining and transferring knowledge. The Charta signatories undertake to create conditions for teacher and student mobility. TBU is also a member of the Danube Rectors’ Conference, which associates universities in the Danube region, and of some other institutions.
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