Perfect Places to Study at for Exams in Brno

The second-largest city in the Czech Republic, Brno is known to be home to many university students. Many students from Czechia, as well as students from all over the world, come to study in Brno's universities to pave the path to their futures.

Anjanette Jianna Umali / 2020 Ambassador / 3.3.2020

Are you planning on coming to Brno? Wondering where you can spend your time studying for exams or catching up on schoolwork? Read on to find out.

Moravian Library

The country's second-largest library is located in Brno and is known as the Moravian Library. It serves as the regional library for the South Moravian Region, and a haven for bookworms and students. Those looking for some peace and quiet may study at this library, though you may also study with friends. The Moravian Library boasts study rooms, books in different languages (including but not limited to English, Spanish, and German), and a few vending machines to provide some snacks and hot drinks.

Cafés around the city

If you're into a different atmosphere, you may also study at one of the many cafés in Brno. A city filled with a myriad of cafés styles - from industrial to modern chic - you'll surely find a place that suits your taste.

A popular place for students include Starbucks at náměstí Svobody. Aside from serving internationally-known coffee, the café also serves some cakes and cookies, as well as savoury sandwiches, to curb your cravings while you study.

Another well-known place flocked by students is Skøg, which is popular for its excellent coffee, and its variety of food options. Aside from cakes and pies, the café also serves breakfast and meals - the café takes pride on its vegetarian menu, with vegan and gluten-free options.

For Masaryk University Students: the University Computer Centre

For those who plan on pulling all-nighters, this place is for you. The University Computer Centre is open 24/7, so you can make sure that you absorb as much knowledge as you can before a big test.

 

 

For Masaryk University Students: the University Computer Centre

For those who plan on pulling all-nighters, this place is for you. The University Computer Centre is open 24/7, so you can make sure that you absorb as much knowledge as you can before a big test.

Offering more than a hundred computers for students to use, the Centre also has some spots for those who would like to bring their own laptops. Printers may also be used, as well as scanners, and many other facilities. Of course, vending machines are also available to purchase snacks.

The University Computer Centre gets filled up quite quickly during examination periods, so it's best to check out the website to see if there are any free spaces.

 

 

For Everyone: Your Own Room or Apartment

Though some may need to go out of their comfy dorm rooms or apartments to focus, others are completely alright with studying at home. Go on - get that grind on, and good luck with your studies!