The Faculty of Education was established in 1946 as
the fifth faculty of Masaryk University. Its aim is to
train teachers for pre-schools, primary schools, lower
secondary and upper secondary schools. Apart from
teacher training programs, the faculty focuses on inclusive education, special education, social education and multicultural education. The institution offers a wide range of lifelong learning programs and short-term courses specifically tailored for the current needs of teachers and
Faculty of Education educates more than 4 300 students both in full-time and part-time study programs. Graduates are successful educators — teachers, teacher assistants, social education teachers, adult trainers, mentors and community workers, and internationally recognized researchers.
The Faculty of Education undertakes world-class research covering various areas of education and pedagogy and cooperates with high-ranking universities and research institutes both at home and worldwide.
Our research makes original and significant contributions to knowledge and supports informed development of public policy and professional practice.
The Faculty of Education research centers and departments collaborate with international university partners, Czech governmental bodies, international institutions such as UNHCR and local Roma NGOs, leisure time centers, eco-friendly organizations, galleries, etc. The Faculty of Education reaches out to the community through a number of community-oriented projects such as empowering minority children at schools, supporting disadvantaged groups though its developmental projects.
The Faculty of Education at Masaryk University is an up and coming faculty at the university. It has recently focused on internationalizing the curriculum and has started to reach out to other universities across the globe to organize exciting Exchange/partnership possibilities that the faculty and students can take advantage of.