The Bachelor's study programme of Physiotherapy prepares the students for a future career as a physiotherapist with a strong focus on sports and exercise therapy. We understand that exercise is one of the most important means of a healthy lifestyle in both primary and secondary prevention of civilization diseases. For this reason, Physiotherapy at the Faculty of Sports Studies applies a unique approach focused on all aspects of "healthy sport".
After graduation, you will be able to perform diagnostic, therapeutic and preventive procedures and methods in the patient's rehabilitation process. You will learn how to create a physiotherapy plan for compensating one-sided sports load, increasing the quality and benefits of the training process.
The theoretical and methodological study combines sports sciences and knowledge of human movement with medical-biological disciplines and social sciences in the field of medical and preventive rehabilitation. You will have the opportunity to apply the theoretical knowledge during compulsory internships in medical institutions, spa facilities and professional sports clubs. You will gather the necessary practical experience of the working methods of a physiotherapist in professional workplaces and actively participate in diagnostic and therapeutic procedures for patients.
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.
By the 30th 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:
80% written test (in Czech) including the following topics:
general biology and human biology
chemistry with the emphasis on biochemistry
physics with the emphasis on mechanics and electrophysics
20% practical sports exams
Jacik motor test
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.