Physical Education and Sport
A Bachelor’s in Physical Education and Sport can be your first step towards a future career as a teacher, coach, sports manager, nutritionist, security specialist or referee. Further study of Masters and Ph.D. level can also lead to a scientific career in sports and health research.
During your studies, you will gain the theoretical and practical knowledge needed to organise sports activities and events. You will educate others about optimising their lifestyles - through principles of sports training and nutrition habits. You will also explore movement from the medical-biological perspective and understand the social context of sports.
The study program offers comprehensive sports training with a choice of many specialisations. Students take part in regular field trips and engage in volunteering activities.
Single subject study - Majors
- Physical Education and Sport
- Sports Management
- Regeneration and Nutrition in Sport
- Special Education of Security Bodies
Joint study with the Faculty of Education - Minors
- English language
- Czech language and literature
- Social studies
- Natural Sciences
All applicants must submit an online application.
The administrative admission fee is 650 CZK for each application. Payment instructions will show up after submitting the application form.
The application deadline is 28th February for commencing studies in the upcoming September each year.
Until the 31st March, all applicants must submit a certificate of medical fitness from a sports medic or doctor specialising in physical education. A list of recommended sports medics or doctors in the Czech Republic is available on the Czech Society of Sports Medicine website.
All international applicants (except for Slovaks) must submit a certificate proving their Czech language knowledge at a minimum B2 level.
Masaryk University runs several preparatory courses, including a Czech language course. For more information, scroll down to preparatory courses.
All applicants will be invited for the entrance exams taking place in several different facilities in Brno, Czech Republic in April.
Applications are evaluated according to the entrance exams results by:
50% written test (in Czech) including the following topics:
verbal, analytical and critical thinking
social sciences and sports history
knowledge of sports, disciplines and rules
basics of biology, human biology and biochemistry
50% practical sports exams - all of the following:
100 m swimming
60 m sprint run
Jacik motor test
Applicants for a joint study with the Faculty of Education must also undertake written tests related to their chosen minor discipline.
Masaryk University Language Centre runs several language courses, including the Czech language for foreigners.
Faculty of Sports Studies offers theoretical and also sports preparatory courses which help the applicants to succeed during entrance exams and further during their studies.