Scholarships in the Czech Republic

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Scholarships in the Czech Republic

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The Czech Republic is unusual among Europe in that there are no tuition fees associated with any of the courses provided in Czech. For courses taught in English, there are additional fees to pay. However, it should be noted that learning Czech is given a high priority within universities and international students are able to take a year of Czech, combined with specific language required for the study of a chosen subject, prior to beginning the full degree course.

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Funding for your studies in the Czech Republic

InstitutionNameFunding
University of South Bohemia - Faculty of fischery and Protection of waters Merit scholarship640€ / 24 months
Charles University Prague Special scholarship190€ / 12 months
University of Ostrava (Ostrava/Czech Republic) Social scholarship65€ / 10 months
University of West Bohemia (Pilsen/Czech Republic) PhD Scholarshipns / ns
University of Veterinary and Pharmaceutical Sciences (Brno/Czech Republic) Accomodation scholarship32€ / 3 months
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Funding for studying a year / a semester abroad

InstitutionNameFunding
GFPS Scholarship for studies in Germany580€ / 5 months
CEFRES Doctoral and Post-doctoral Fellowships in Social Sciences in Prague1000€ / 7 months
Visegrad Fund Out-Going Scholarships460€ / 10 months
Masaryk University (Brno/Czech Republic) Scholarship for mobility supportns / ns
Ministry of Education of Estonia Scholarship for study stay in Estonia385€ / 10 months
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Only one in eight secondary school graduates with good grades apply for scholarships. This is because many have misconceptions about getting funding. Here are some of the common misconceptions.