Study in the Czech Republic thanks to Visegrad Scholarship Program

31. 12. 2020 | Study in the Czech Republic

Visegrad scholarshipThe Visegrad Scholarship Program supports Bachelor, Master and post-Master students and researchers in all disciplines and in any language for up to four semesters at more than 190 higher education institutions across Central and Eastern Europe. The scholarships are available to citizens of V4 countries, the Western Balkans and the Eastern Partnership countries.

There are three types of Visegrad scholarships:

  • The Visegrad scholarship for Bachelor students who are citizens of Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia to study abroad at any accredited university in other Visegrad country.
  • The Visegrad scholarship for Master and post-Master students who are citizens of Visegrad countries allow scholarship recipients to study abroad at any accredited university/institute in other Visegrad country and in Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, Northern Macedonia, Serbia and Ukraine.
  • The Visegrad scholarship for Master and post-Master students who are citizens of Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Georgia, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, Northern Macedonia, Serbia and Ukraine to study abroad in the Visegrad countries.

The study length of support is 1-4 semesters for full-time Master’s level studies, and for Bachelor studies, or 1–2 semesters for post-Master’s full-time studies/research. The amount of the support is €2,500/semester for scholar + €1,500/semester for the host institution.

The Visegrad scholarship seekers can apply for the Visegrad Scholarship Program through the on-line appli­ca­tion sys­tem before March, 15. Applicants must fill out all the required fields and upload all requested doc­u­ments in English, including a copy of valid ID document, scanned transcript or records for the last two completed semesters or a diploma supplement and a copy of letter of acceptance from the host university.

For more information, go to the official website of Visegrad Scholarship Program.

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