The rector is the head of the University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences Brno. Subordinate to the rector are three vice-rectors - vice-rector for education, vice-rector for science, research and foreign relations and the vice-rector for strategy and development of VFU Brno. The bursar handles the economic affairs, the chancellor manages the administrative dealings of the university. Self-governance at the university is provided by the University Academic Senate. The university body is the VFU Brno Board of Supervisors. Issues concerning education and scientific activity are discussed in the University Scientific Council.
The university is divided into the Rectorate, including the Rector´s Office and other working locations, and two faculties - the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Faculty of Veterinary Hygiene and Ecology.
Vita Universitatis is the magazine of UVS Brno. It chronicles life at the university, while delivering information about the daily activities of the students, teachers and specialists. It was founded in the year 2008. New issues are released every two months.
ACTA VETERINARIA BRNO is a scientific journal of the University of Veterinary Sciences in Brno, Czech Republic, and is dedicated to the publication of original research findings and clinical observations in veterinary and biomedical sciences.
The University of Veterinary Sciences Brno was founded in 1918. It is the only university in the Czech Republic where veterinary science programmes are studied. Here, students can study on a modern campus in a six-year or five-year master's programme, or in a three-year bachelor's programme which can be followed up with a two-year master's programme and, students can possibly continue to study in a doctoral study programme. Students will learn to treat and protect animals, supervise food safety or even ride a horse. Our university offers perfect facilities for students. We have the best equipped clinics and other departments. Our students can also complete part of their studies at a university elsewhere in the world. We teach the students how to use their heads when working with animals, ensuring their protection and performing food safety inspections, through both lectures and practicals. We will prepare them perfectly for their future career. The high calibre graduates of the University of the Veterinary Sciences Brno are in demand and definitely do not have to worry about a lack of job opportunities.