Spolupráce mezi univerzitami ENSAM a FSI VUT V Brně

Learning environment - Brno

Brno is after Prague the 2nd largest city in the Czech Republic, in terms of population as well as area. There live 380.000 inhabitants and including the agglomeration even 780.000 inhabitants. Brno is a traditional site of international exhibitions and fairs that are held here since 1928. The best known is the International Engineering Fair (MSV). The city is also known for holding large motor racing at the Masaryk circuit, this tradition was also born in the 1930s.

The city of Brno along with Olomouc represents the most historically significant Moravian town. You will find there many monuments UNESCO, as well as many schools, but also national theatres, cafes, wine bars, clubs and other interesting places - interesting for students, but also for anyone else. Students in Brno represent about one third of the population - there are not only Czech students, but also many foreign students. So don't worry, Erasmus students here don't feel alone! (HERE  you have a short video about Brno)

It's obvious that Brno is also a technical town: the Brno University of Technology (BUT) founded at the end of the 19th century, is the oldest university in the city of Brno. Today the university is one of two Czech schools awarded by the European Commission and BUT is among the 500 world's best universities.

And if you wonder how students feel during the study at the BUT, let's see following video "BUT through a student's eyes" made by Petr Holeček, a BUT student.