Master's degree

The Faculty of Business and Economics offers two accredited Master study programmes:

Study programme duration price per academic year
Economics and Management 2 years 65 000 CZK (approximately 2 550 EUR)
Open Informatics 2 years 65 000 CZK (approximately 2 550 EUR)

Economics and Management

Graduates will gain a deep knowledge of Economics and Company Management, and specific managerial and economic competencies to ensure business operations, production management, financial management, strategic management and human resources management. Graduates will be ready for independent and team work, they will have advanced knowledge of decision support tools, statistical data analysis, modern information systems and economic program equipment. Graduates will be able to use general theoretical knowledge from the science fields of economics and managements to create new non-standard solutions to decision making problems and to make prognosis; graduates will have developed very good organisational skills, they will have very good communication skills both in Czech and English and their arguments and decisions will be based on good quality quantitative data.

Open Informatics

The goal of the program Open Informatics is to educate professionals with critical thinking who can participate in the development of complex software applications and IT systems. The emphasis is put on the architecture design and implementation of large technological systems and the management of the development process with the application of appropriate methodologies. The study program deepens and expands the necessary theoretical background and principles related to the focus of the study program. The graduates also gain experience related to the design of complex algorithms, from graph algorithms to methods of artificial intelligence. According to their preferences, students focus on the areas of data analysis and machine learning, user interfaces design, advanced automation, or ensuring data credibility.

For this programme, there is recently available a scholarship support from the South-Moravian Center for International Mobility. More information can be found here:

Study plans

N-EAMA Economics and Management

N-OIA Open Informatics

Old study plans (but still ongoing)

N-EMAJ Economics and Management

N-SIA System Engineering and Informatics