What to expect in a city with 14 universities and 60+ secondary schools? Youth, vitality, love and life! This city is bursting with life! Plenty of people stroll around the city centre during day or night and thanks to its just right size you will most probably come across an acquaintance now and then. Hundreds of cafés offer fine room to study, meet friends or spend a lazy afternoon there.

Education is provided in high quality and life costs rank among the lowest in the EU so you can easily combine a study at a prestigious university, home in the centre of a city and yet have enough money to pay for sensational leisure as well. Explore the amazing landscapes around Brno? Go swimming to the Reservoir? Admire the unique cave system of Moravian Karst, or enjoy a cycling trip to see the Venus of Věstonice? Whatever you want to do and many, many attractions put Brno high on the list of Top 10 Erasmus cities.

#4 MOST POPULAR CITY FOR STUDENTS ACCORDING TO TOPUNIVERSITIES.COM with quality of education and social life being most appreciated in the poll
15 000+ FOREIGN STUDENTS
3 CAMPUSES (one of them is also the biggest in Czech Rep.)
70 000+ STUDENTS - the greatest number of students in the city population in the Czech Rep.
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