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Masaryk University

Brno, Czech Republic

Masaryk University is a Czech university based in Brno. It was founded in 1919 as the second Czech university. It is the second largest university in the Czech Republic in terms of the number of students in accredited study programmes. It has ten faculties and operates, among other things, its Mendel Museum, the Scala University Cinema, the University Centre in the historic town of Telč and a polar station in Antarctica. Masaryk University has long been ranked in the QS Top Universities list.

One of the faculties is the Faculty of Education whose mission is to educate prospective teachers. It is one of the faculties which closely cooperate with the first laboratory school established in the Czech Republic, the Labyrinth. As part of this cooperation, both the Labyrinth and the Faculty of Education, Masaryk University are currently working on an Erasmus+ Strategic Partnership Project “LabSchools Europe“.