Would you like to experience studying and living abroad? At the Department of Chemistry, we fully support students' abroad stays.

A student abroad stay is an invaluable experience that broadens the overview of the field and of studies in general. You will improve your language skills and gain a competitive advantage on the job market or important contacts for your future carrier in the academic sector. At the same time, you will experience a new part of the world and gain new inspiration and unique experiences to remember for a lifetime.

For excellent students, we can arrange an internship abroad at prestigious universities.

Our students travel for practical internships or study placements during their undergraduate and graduate studies, and many of them make new contacts that they will use for their next internship or future academic career.

An international internship is essential for Ph.D. students for their future careers as an independent and autonomous researcher and to gain independent international experience.

Roman Kučera

“The great thing about MUNI was that I could plan my schedule around my other activities, so I made sure I had two free days a week to work on research. I also completed several courses from the master’s programme as an undergraduate so I could then go for a semester on an Erasmus stay in Regensburg in Germany without extending my studies”

Roman Kučera
Graduate at Department of Chemistry, currently at Oxford University

Read the story of Roman Kučera: Studying at MUNI will get you ready for Oxford

Petra Vojáčková

“Shortly after finishing my master's project, I left for a four-month internship in the lab of Professor Myers, where I worked on the organic synthesis of new compounds with antibiotic effects. I was enamoured by the work and the atmosphere at Harvard, and I decided to reapply to the Ph.D. program at Harvard. I learned I had been accepted on the last day of my internship.”

Petra Vojáčková
Graduate at Department of Chemistry, currently at Harvard University

Read the story of Petra Vojáčková: Chemistry was a random choice. Now she’s studying it at Harvard

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