Where does the summer school take place?

Faculty of Sports Studies, Masaryk University, Brno (Czech Republic)

Faculty of Sports Studies
Kamenice 753/5, building A34
625 00 Brno-Bohunice
Czech Republic

GPS: 49°10'43.150"N, 16°34'5.779"E
Bus stop: "Univerzitní Kampus" – bus 60, 61; trolleybus 25, 37

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What to visit in Brno?

Visit Brno, one of the world top student cities!


is a fast developing city with an excellent standard of living, very reasonable prices and an incredible student atmosphere.

The company Quacquarelli Symonds ranked Brno as one of the world top student cities. It has recently been featured in the New York Times and the Guardian as a place to visit.

Brno, which is highly acclaimed for having a very good quality of life, is home to the European branches of many international technological and financial companies such as IBM, Red Hat and FNZ.

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Masaryk University

is the second largest university in the Czech Republic and a highly-regarded teaching and research institution in Central Europe. It comprises 9 faculties and more than 200 departments.

Faculty of Sports Studies

The Faculty of Sports Studies aims to provide valuable higher education grounded on high quality general foundations that are in turn based on a wide spectrum of social, biomedical and physical education disciplines and reflect the needs of and changes in society.

Masaryk University

Czech Republic

is a landlocked country in the hearth of Europe. Although, most famous for the beautiful capital Prague, The Czech Republic can offer much more attractions. Highlights of a trip to the Czech countryside include many excellent national parks and conservation areas with many fine old castles. Along the way, you'll stumble across numerous old villages and towns, many unchanged since medieval times.

The Czech Republic has a continental climate with wonderful warm summer. It’s also worth mentioning that the Czech Republic is a very safe country, ranked on the 6th place according to the Global Peace Index.

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