Programming, cryptography, and the hard stuff, too. A master's degree in Computer Systems, Communication and Security at Masaryk’s Faculty of Informatics will make you comfortable in the world of secure computer systems and their architecture, principles, operations, and design methods regarding both hardware and software.
Keen on computer systems but don’t see yourself in network communications? No need to worry, the programme offers three specialisations that allow you to choose your own path and shape the way your studies and career will advance.
Choosing Hardware Systems, you will become the person they call to design and implement solutions regarding hardware systems, as well as to come to the rescue when hardware gets stuck or moody. During theoretical classes and practical hands-on training, you will learn how to design, implement, analyse, test, and operate embedded systems – and as part of your studies, you will join a project team and create your own experimental prototype.
You are the shield that guards the realms of the digital. Choose Information Security to delve deep into the computer and network security and cryptography. Graduating with this specialisation, you will be the expert that can not only ensure the safety and security of any infrastructure, you will be more than capable of managing the security systems on any level or scope.
Not into hardware? Well, not everyone is. Choose Software Systems as your specialty and get to know everything about deployed information systems and software technologies. With this graduate profile, you can work in any IT team or company and employ your skills on any level of software development, from the early stages to deployment and maintenance.
A master’s degree in Computer Systems, Communication and Security at Masaryk’s Faculty of Informatics has two rounds of an admission procedure.
The first thing upon submitting your application is to provide the admission office with a number of required documents (your CV and a cover letter, two recommendation letters, a proof of your English language proficiency, and more).
The second round is an entrance exam – unless you are eligible for a waiver (see more info below for details), in which case you do not need to sit the exam. And don’t worry, you don’t need to come to Brno for your admission procedure. The Czech Republic will be waiting for you to start your new adventure after admission.
Excited to study computer science in Central Europe? Go for it and apply for Masaryk. For detailed information, just see the contacts below or click the button to learn more.