The 2019/2020 Admissions to the Master Degree Study Programme

The site discusses past admissions. Information on the admission procedure for the 2020/2021 academic year will be published by the end of 2019 at the latest. However, Open Days are already planned. You can visit us on Saturday, December 7, 2019, or Wednesday, January 29, 2020. The second date is also suitable for those interested in master or doctoral studies.

Admissions to the Master Degree Programme follow the conditions for the admission. The applicant must submit the application form and required documents, attend the entrance examination and pay the tuition fee. All 2018/2019 graduates of the Bachelor Study Programme Informatics exempt from the examination. Applicants become the student of the faculty the day of registration into the study.

The FIT master programme is called Informatics. Studying is only possible in full-time form. The standard length of study is two years. After graduation, the student gets an engineer degree (Ing.).

The most important document concerning the admission procedure is the Conditions for the Admission to the Master Programme. They contain all the essential information, dates and deadlines or a detailed description of the documents that the prospective student has to supply to the faculty.

This page is intended for those interested in studying in English. You can find information about admissions in the Czech programme on another page.

Admission Procedure

The Conditions for the Admission to the Master Programme set the complete course of admissions. Here are the essential points from filling out an application to registration into the study:

  1. To fill out, to print out, and to sign an application form
  2. To pay the fee for the admission procedure
  3. To deliver a signed paper application
  4. To pass the mathematics test and the interview
  5. To pay the tuition fee
  6. To apply for a visa or a dormitory
  7. To register into the study

Conditions for the Admission

Applicants can be admitted to study without an entrance examination if in the 2018/2019 academic year they have completed the FIT Bachelor Degree Study Programme Informatics. Others must pass the entrance examination. Up to 40 students can be admitted.


The timetable of the admissions to the master programme summarises all critical dates and deadlines. The application form can be submitted from December 1, 2018, to March 31, 2019. The entrance exams are held within April 15–18 and April 23–25, 2019. By May 22, 2019, it is necessary to pay the tuition fee. Registrations into the study take place within September 2–19, 2019.

Entrance Examination

In the given year, the FIT organises a remote online admission test of informatics and remote online interview in English. Applicants who achieve at least 50 points from the test and pass the interview successfully are preliminary admitted.

The admission test takes 90 minutes and consists of answering a set of multiple-choice questions in Moodle. The maximum number of points that can be achieved is 100. Topics of the test are set out in the Conditions for the Admission to the Master Programme.

Study Branches

The application is submitted to the study programme “Informatics”. Students choose their branch during the study—at the latest with the choice of diploma thesis topic. In 2019/2020 academic year, the following branches are open:

Open Days

On Thursday, January 24, 2019, the faculty organises the Open Day for prospective students interested in studying the master study programme. The applicant can:

  • Meet the branch guarantors
  • See the faculty premises
  • Visit specialised laboratories


If you have any questions, you can contact the Office of Study via e-mail You can deliver the required documents by post to the address of the Office of Study, or in person at the Office of Study or at the Mailroom.

The address of the Office of Study:

  1. Czech Technical University in Prague
  2. Faculty of Information Technology
  3. Office of Study
  4. Thákurova 9
  5. 160 00 Praha 6
  6. Czech Republic

Last modified: 17.10.2019, 10:21