Are you a BUT employee from Ukraine, and would you like to help us in the current situation, such as arranging Ukrainian translations? Please write to us at email@example.com.
Job offers for Ukrainian citizens
If you are interested in a research position in the Czech republic you can visit the website www.researchin.cz. This website provides all the necessary information for Ukrainian scientists and researchers who come to the Czech Republic due to the ongoing war. The website is established in cooperation with the Cabinet of the Minister for Science, Research and Innovation and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports, who are the main sponsors of government policy regarding universities, science and research.
If you are interested in any job position at the Brno University of Technology you can visit our website with job vacancies. You can also read more information about our Welcome service which provides support for current and future foreign employees of BUT. Our Welcome service office is the first point of contact for future BUT employees, providing them with information about the employment and all that must be done before and after their arrival. We also provide assistance to their families throughout their stay in the Czech Republic.
Czech language courses for Ukrainian employees
For Ukrainian citizens who will be hired at the Brno University of Technology, we will provide Czech language courses that will enable the employees to start their life in the Czech republic more easily and adapt quickly to our university's environment. We will update information about these courses soon.
Useful information for Ukrainian citizens
Do not forget to read more information about staying in the Czech Republic from the Ministry of the Interior of the Czech Republic for citizens of Ukraine.
Legal, social or work assistance is offered by the South Moravian Center for the Integration of Foreigners.
The National Institute of Mental Health offers psychiatric and psychological help to people from Ukraine and their family members in the Czech Republic. Priority and without prior referral by phone +420 283 088 139 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Refugee Assistance Center at Hněvkovského 65, Brno, provides support with processing of necessary documents (register at Foreign Police, visa, health insurance, registering at the Employment Office).Brno University of Technology is ready to help students and staff affected by the conflict in Ukraine. Students and employees of the Brno University of Technology who wish to seek assistance can contact BUT's International Relations Office +420 778 788 945 or email email@example.com. We will make sure that your enquiry gets into the right hands.
Responsibility: Mgr. Marta Vaňková