Erasmus+ application procedure consists of two main steps:
Incoming students must be nominated through our on-line nomination system by the university coordinator
Students should make Online Learning Agreement
First each student who wants to come to study at MENDELU within the Erasmus + programme must be nominated by exchange coordinator of their home universty. The nomination website is accessible for coordinators since March (for nomination for following winter semester).
The online nomination procedure is done at the following website: http://is.mendelu.cz
Erasmus coordinator will log in to the Personal administration of University Information System and enter the user name and password that will be sent to them together with all necessary information by e-mail (automatically generated email from the University Information System).
The deadline for nominations:
for winter (autumn) semester: 15 June/ 15 May for non EU
for summer (spring) semester: 15 November/ 31 October for non EU
We would like to encourage the non EU coordinators to nominate their students as soon as possible and not to change their nominations once they have been completed. Sometimes the visa procedure can take up to two months to receive VISA permission. Timely nomination will help students to be in time with their visa issues.
To start the Erasmus application process a student has to fill in Online Learning Agreement (OLA). It must be fully completed and signed by Erasmus Institutional coordinator of sending university and by students. As soon as the Learning Agreement is confirmed by MENDELU coordinator, it will be sent back to the student by email. Each accepted student will also receive Letter of Acceptance and an informative email with their user name and password for access to the MENDELU University Information System. Students have to complete their personal details on the above mentioned website before the end of August (winter semester) and January (summer semester).
To see a guide for filling in the OLA please check the link below:
Please find the offered courses here.
Expected schedule of summer semester 2021/2022
Beginning of summer semester - 07/02/2022
Welcome Week 07/02/2022 - 11/02/2022
Start of lessons - 14/02/2022, end of lessons 20/05/2022
Start of exam period - 23/05/2022, end of exam period 01/07/2022
End of summer semester - 03/07/2022
Please note that as an Erasmus+ student you should arrive to Brno so you will be able to attend the Welcome Week! The latest you can arrive is 27/02/2022 as attandance for classes are a part of the final evaluation and traditionally, students are allowed only 2 absences per subject! If you know that you will be arriving later then the start of the semester, you share this with your Incoming Coordinator and your Faculty Coordinator/s!
Name of responsible Incoming Coordinator: Liliana Podškubková
Email of responsible Incoming Coordinato: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadlines for submitting the documents:
- for winter (autumn) semester: 15 June/ 15 May for non EU
- for summer (spring) semester: 25 November/ 31 October for non EU
The International Relations Office together with ESN MENDELU organizes a Welcome Week for international students in order to help them find their feet. This event ususally takes place a week before the beginning of teaching part of the semester. Students obtain useful information about their stay, they are shown round the University Campus in Brno and they meet other international students. Welcome Week usually includes a short course of Czech language, all-day trips, a visit to the MENDELU Botanical Garden and Arboretum etc.
A detailed programme of the Welcome Week will be sent to all participants via e-mail a few days before the beginning. There is also a Facebook event with all the necessary information.
A video from the Welcome Week of summer semester 2020 is available here.
Every foreign student who arrives to study at Mendel University in Brno is provided with accommodation at MENDELU halls of residence. It depends on students if they use this opportunity.
Every student who would like to be acommodated at our dormitory should book a room in advance and pay a deposit of 3000 CZK on this webpage:
It is not necessary to register - log in information will be sent to every student together with a signed Learning Agreement and Letter of Acceptance.
The deposit will be used to cover any possible damage that might be caused by a student and it is usually returned after an inspection of the halls of residence at the end of student's stay.
THE DORMITORY IS OPEN NONSTOP, 7 DAYS IN A WEEK, 24 HOURS A DAY, YOU CAN ARRIVE ANY TIME.
Price: The accommodation contract has to be signed upon your arriaval in the Accommodation Office. Please, be aware that there is a one-month notice period in the contract! The price for a bed is approximately 3500 CZK per month.
Parking: There is parking in front of the halls.
Internet: All rooms are equipped with Internet connections. In the entrance hall of block D there are 2 Internet kiosks for quick information searching and a Wifi zone.You need to have Internet patch cable RJ-45!
Communal facilities which can be used:
- Washing machines
- Irons and ironing boards
- Storage room for bicycles in block A
- Gym in block B
- Billiard room in block B
- Snack counter in block D
- Sports grounds between block B and D
Every room is equiped with bedding (one pillow, one blanket), a table, chair, lamp and wardrobe (without coat hangers). There are no utensils (such as knives, plates or pots and towels) in the kitchen; these things have to be provided by the students. You can borrow bed linen that you can change at the beginning of each month.
John Amos Comenius Hall
You can find more information here.
- JAK - Block D - main reception
The great majority of international students stay at JAK halls. The hall is 1.5 km far from the university (two stops by trolleybus 25 or 26).
Address: Kohoutova street, number 3-11, district Černá Pole, Brno 613 00. The hall consists of 4 blocks A, B, C and D and a canteen.
Blok A: newly renovated, two double rooms, shared bathroom, toilet and kitchenette with a fridge and hot places.
Block B and C: double rooms with washbasin, there is a communal kitchen and sanitary facilities on each floor and there are fridges in the kitchen.
Block D: triple bedrooms with bathroom, toilet and kitchenette including a fridge and hot plates.
Joseph Taufer Hall
The second part of the Mendel University halls of residence in Brno is 3 km far from the university grounds (you can get there by tram number 12 and you have to change for trolleybus number 25 or 26).
Address: J. Babáka street, number 1861/3, district Královo Pole, Brno 612 00.
If you would like to find accommodation on your own the following links may be of use to you: