Brno University of Technology
Faculty of Architecture
Brno, CZ
Brno University of Technology
Faculty of Architecture
639 00 Brno

N 49° 11' 12.96'', E 49° 11' 12.96''
M.Arch. Radek Toman Ph.D.
Vice-Dean for External Relations and Erasmus Departmental Coordinator
t: +420 541 146 697
Ing. arch.   Suchanek 
Dean of School
Degree programmes
Bachelor Programme: Czech
Master Programme: Czech or English
Doctoral Programme: Czech
Faculty profile

The school of architecture in Brno was established in 1919. After the fall of the communist regime in November 1989 a new concept of architectural education was adopted by Professor Ivan Ruller, the first democratic Dean of the Faculty. The organizational structure of the faculty subsequently changed. Former departments were transformed into institutes, and a new two-stage model of bachelor's and master's degree programs was introduced. In 1994, Professor Alois Novy was appointed Dean of the Faculty. The Faculty became more open to experts and established contacts with domestic and foreign cooperators. Since 2000, the faculty was headed by Associate Professor Josef Chybik. Further reorganization was carried out and new studios, departments, and centers were established. In 2006 Professor Vladimir Slapeta took over the leadership with experience from The Technical University of Prague. The Faculty has undergone many structural changes, strengthened its international position and developed cooperation with IIT Chicago. Since 2010 the school was again lead by Associate Professor Josef Chybik, who enabled the emergence of student community SOFA as well as supported the creation of several independent communication platforms such as FORMAT400. In 2014-2018 the school was headed by Associate Professor Jan Hruby. The school was further reorganized and new institues were introduced, such as Institute of Spatial Design, Institute of Experimental Design and Institute of Monument Care. Since 2018 the school is headed by Jan Kristek, M.Arch., Ph.D,

Brno is a home to many notable architectural works - Villa Tugendhat by architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe and architect Ernst Wiesner's Crematorium, architect Bohuslav Fuchs's - Hotel Avion, Moravian Bank, or the Brno Pavilion at the Brno Trade Fairs exhibition center. Brno is a home of architect Adolf Loos, scientist Johann Gregor Mendel and actor Hugo Haas. Brno is a university town and also a center of culture and technology transfer. It is going through a time of dynamic building and urban development, especially of brownfields.

529 students (311 Bachelor, 168 Master, 50 PhD), 5% of foreign students.

64 staff members (35 full-time and approx. 29 visiting lecturers and critics).

Student Activities

ISC-International Students Club VUT, SOFA-Faculy of Architecture Student Community. Workshops, screenings, study trips, open lectures and competitions are organized throughout the year.


CAD - Lab
Computer Room
Computing service
Conference auditorium
Exhibition Room
Laser Cutter
Lecture Room
Modelling room
Painting studio
Plot centre
Printing facilities
Sculpture studio and painting studio


BUT provides good-class accommodation in modern halls of residence, mostly in double rooms. Complete information regarding accommodation can be found at: It is necessary to book a room by a student before his arrival through internet at:

Admission Requirements

Entrance exams are required.

Tuition fees

For detailed information please visit our homepage.

Application Deadline

30 November - for Bachelor Study in Czech
15 March - for Master Study in Czech or English
31 March - for Doctoral Study in Czech
31 May – for Short Term Exchange Study starting in September (Erasmus, CEEPUS, etc.)
15 November – for Short Term Exchange Study starting in February (Erasmus, CEEPUS, etc.)

Bachelor Programme, Bc (eq. Bachelor of Science in Architecture degree), 4 Years, Bachelor, Czech, 240,
Master Programme, Ing. arch. (eq. Master of Science in Architecture degree), 2 Years, Master, Czech or English, 120,
Doctoral Programme, Ph.D., 4 Years, Doctoral, Czech,

Please find more information about the Curricula on our homepage:

For study in Czech:

For study in English:

The educational and professional goal of the Bachelor’s level is to educate a universal expert in the field of architecture and urban design, an architect – designer. The bachelor is trained for activity in architectural and structural design offices and other institutions. The graduates may choose to continue in a master’s study programme.

Detailed information:

The educational and professional goal of the Master’s level is the preparation of a graduated architect to become a creative expert in the whole complex of his profession, who is able to cope with design and management tasks in the process of capital construction. He shall also be qualified for activities in state administration. It is strictly required that the acquired education and knowledge is made use of according to the principles of sustainable development and optimum formation of the environment. The graduates may choose to continue in a doctoral study programme.

Detailed information:


The Doctoral level of study is provided in the field of Architecture and Urban Design with specialization in Architecture and specialization in Urban Design. It offers doctoral students the opportunity to carry out individually supervised scientific work in contemporary problems of Architecture and Urban Planning as well as in basic and applied research.

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Our Faculty focuses on the implementation of principles of sustainable development through innovation in teaching of existing courses as well as by creating new ones while conceptualizing architecture and urbanism in the context of sustainable development. Implementation of the project OPVK enables us to increase our qualifications, adaptability and mobility, leading to our long term competitiveness. Our Faculty is targeting at the development of bilateral cooperation in science and education between the Czech Republic and Austria through the AKTION Programme in the areas of revitalization of industrial heritage and in the urban development planning. We are striving to become a more active member of EAAE. In the area of Research our Faculty also supports the international mobility of students and academic staff and invites visiting academics to our Faculty.