2022 Czech Government Masters and Doctorate Scholarships for Developing Countries
Scholarships are available from the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport for students from developing countries. All students from developing countries and/or countries in political and economic transition are eligible to apply for these scholarships.
The Faculty of Social Sciences is able to offer a limited number of partial scholarships to students in all fee-based programs thanks to a generous contribution from the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport. A total of __scholarships are available, with preference given to students from developing countries and/or countries undergoing political and economic transition.
Scholarships of the Czech Republic are granted based on a decision of the Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports to promote specific Bachelor’s, Master’s, follow-up Master’s, and/or Doctoral study programmes pursued by a university (or its Faculty) in the full-time mode of study for a period equal to the regular duration of studies.
Scholarships cannot be transferred to other people or academic years. After receiving a scholarship, neither the university nor the study program and/or field of study may be changed.
Czech Government Masters and Doctorate Scholarships
- Type – Postgraduate
- Organisation – Czech Government Scholarships
- Country to study
- School to study
- Course to study – Not specified
- State of Origin
- Gender – Men and Women
- Application Deadline – September 30, 2022
Aim and Benefits of Czech Government Masters and Doctorate Scholarships
- The scholarship covers the necessary costs related to staying and studying in the Czech Republic. The scholarship amount is regularly amended.
- Currently the amount paid to students on a Bachelor’s, Master’s or follow-up Master’s study programme stands at CZK 14,000 per month
- Whereas the amount paid to students of a Doctoral study programme stands at CZK 15,000 per month.
The above scholarship amounts include a portion designated for the payment of living expenses. Accommodation, food, and public transportation costs are covered by scholarship holders under the same conditions as students who are Czech Republic citizens.
If the student requires health services that go beyond standard care, he or she must pay for them.
Requirements for Czech Government Masters and Doctorate Scholarships Qualification
- The scholarships are only intended to help adults who are foreign nationals from developing third countries study. As a result, neither a Czech citizen nor a citizen of a European Union member state, nor any other foreign national with a permit to permanently reside in the Czech Republic, may be granted this type of scholarship. Furthermore, scholarships may not be awarded to individuals under the age of 18. (Applicants must be 18 years old by September 1 of the year they begin studies in the Czech Republic.)
- In Bachelor/Master/Doctoral Study Programmes plus a one-year English language preparatory course (which is combined with other field-specific training): Government scholarships of this category are awarded to graduates from upper secondary schools, or Bachelor’s / Master’s degree courses, as applicable, who can enroll only in Study Programmes where instruction is given in English. Applicants are normally required to sit entrance Examinations at the higher education institution concerned, depending on the subject area. Passing the Entrance Examination is a requirement for receiving the scholarship; or
- Master or Doctoral Study Programmes: Government scholarships in this category are awarded to graduates of Bachelor or Master Study Programmes, respectively. Enroll in WHO study Programmes with English instruction.
Furthermore, the Scholarship Review Board will consider applicants’ previous academic performance. Students who have never had the opportunity to study abroad will be given preference.
Interview date, Process and Venue for Czech Government Masters and Doctorate Scholarships
These Government Scholarships are designed to cover the standard length of study plus one-year preparatory course of the Czech language(which is combined with other field-specific training)
September 30, 2022
How to Apply
Each applicant is obliged to fill in an electronic application form at the latest by 30 September 2022. The successful applicant starts studying in the academic year 2023/2024.
Detailed information on the terms and conditions of scholarship awards is provided in the binding “Guidelines for Granting Scholarships of the Government of the Czech Republic”, issued in Czech and English.Prospective applicants are advised to read carefully the guidelines before applying.
For more details,visit Czech Government website