Final-year students of the Faculty of Social Studies, Faculty of Economics and Administration, Faculty of Law and Faculty of Informatics will not be returning to face-to-face classes and will continue learning online.
More details on which study programmes will reopen some forms of face-to-face teaching will be provided to students by their faculties. However, students who will attend face-to-face classes beginning on 26 April must get tested for Covid-19.
To attend classes in person, students must have a test result not older than 7 days; the result must also be uploaded in the MU Information System. To register for a test, students use an application in the Information System (COVID-19 testing reservation).
Masaryk University has arranged a testing centre for its students at the Brno Exhibition Centre, which will be open for them each Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 8 a.m. to 12 noon. Students can also get tested at a different testing centre or use a self-administered testing kit.
When first returning to a face-to-face class, students are required to produce a negative test result not older than 48 hours; therefore, they should get tested on Saturday 24 April at the latest. Students are required to take the test every 7 days.
Other conditions for attending face-to-face classes and information on testing will be available on MU website muni.cz/en/coronavirus.
Students who have recovered from Covid-19 in the previous 90 days, completed a mandatory quarantine period and show no symptoms of the disease are exempt from mandatory testing.
All people must still observe the ban on entering MU buildings with symptoms of a viral infection and must wear respirators inside at all times.