Czech Republic Government Scholarships for Foreign StudentsBachelor 04.11.2015
Deadline: in most cases 31 March 2016
Open to: foreign university/college students or graduates and PhD candidates
Scholarship: CZK 9,000 per month for applicants without Master’s degree or equivalent, CZK 9,500 per month for holders of a Master’s degree or equivalent
Applications are invited for Czech Republic Government scholarships available for foreign university/college students or graduates and PhD candidates (exceptionally also for university researchers/teachers) who wish to accomplish a study or research stay at one of the Czech public institutions of higher education. Its length usually ranges from 2 to 10 months depending upon the agreement made by the Czech government and the foreign government concerned that specifies also the categories of eligible recipients.
Scholarship-holders may be admitted for research visits (i.e. either attending non-degree courses of their choice, or pursuing an independent research activity, depending on their qualifications and preferences), or for study visits, when they enroll in a standard study programme for the period of scholarship specified in the intergovernmental/departmental agreement concerned. Since the courses they follow in the Czech Republic do not lead to the award of a degree, the host universities usually do not require them to sit entrance examinations.
Scholarships are available university/college students or graduates and PhD candidates (exceptionally also for university researchers/teachers) who wish to accomplish a study or research stay at one of the eligible Czech public institutions of higher education.
- For the academic year 2016/2017, the scholarship amounts to CZK 9,000 per month for those who do not hold a Master’s degree or equivalent and CZK 9,500 per month for holders of a Master’s degree or equivalent. Scholarship-holders are exempted from tuition fees;
- Inexpensive accommodation at student dormitories is offered as well as the possibility to take meals at student catering facilities;
- Medical care for EU/EEA citizens who are properly insured in their home countries is provided in compliance with the European Parliament and Council (EC) Regulation No. 883/2004;
- As regards non-EU/EEA citizens, medical care is provided to the extent stipulated in the respective intergovernmental/departmental agreement under which the scholarship is awarded.
How to apply?
Nominations and application dossiers must be submitted to the Ministry by the competent authorities (usually government agencies) of eligible countries or, if so agreed with the competent foreign authorities, by the in their countries. . Applications sent directly to the Ministry by individual applicants will not be processed. Fine arts and performing arts students/graduates are moreover required to attach a sample of their artistic work, e.g. photographs, video/audio recording of a musical performance etc. Foreign authorities present the nominations before the deadline set in the relevant agreements, in most cases by 31 March 2016. The closing dates for applications fixed by the competent foreign authorities are necessarily earlier (the deadlines may be shorter by several months!).
Scholarship applications can only be filed on-line. The scholarship application form is available at:.
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