THE CONDITIONS OF CTU SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

  • Rules for awarding scholarships to foreign students studying Master study programmes at CTU

Procedures for awarding scholarships, application form

Preamble

The scholarship is intended for foreign students who wish to take a Master study programme at CTU and who display qualities that entitle them to the award of this scholarship.

The following students are not eligible for this scholarship: Erasmus students at CTU, Erasmus Mundus students at CTU, Exchange students at CTU, CTU foreing students receiving a government scholarship, and other scholarship holders.

Procedures for awarding a scholarship  

  1. The scholarship is awarded in conformity with Act No. 111/1998 Sb., On  Universities, § 91, para. (3) letter. (b)  of this Act.
  2. The scholarship is a contribution towards covering the costs for a stay in the Czech Republic up to an amount of CzK 10 000 per month. The scholarship is  financed equally from the scholarship fund of the rectorate of CTU and the scholarship fund of the relevant faculty or part of the university.
  3. A scholarship is normally awarded to an individual student for a period of 1 to 2 semesters. In the event of excellent study results, it can be extended until the time corresponding to the standard length of the Master study programme.
  4. A student who is awarded a CTU scholarship is subject to the study and examination regulations for studying in Master study programmes. She/he is enrolled as a foreign student at the relevant faculty.
  5. After obtaining the agreement of their faculty and through the International Office at their faculty, foreign students submit an application for a scholarship to the Department of International Relations at the rectorate of CTU. The application should be made on the form that is available on the web pages of the rectorate of CTU.
  6. Decisions on the award of a scholarship are made by the vice-rector on the basis of a recommendation by the commission of vice-deans for international relations.
  7. If a foreign student has passed all the prescribed accredited courses for the first year of a Master study programme within the recommended time plan, she/he may apply for an extension of the scholarship.  If the prescribed accredited courses for the first year of the Master study programme have not been passed, entitlement to apply to extend the scholarship lapses.
  8. Entitlement to a scholarship can also elapse during the study programme, after the first semester, if the student does not fulfill the study requirements set by the study and examination regulations.
  • Rules for awarding scholarships to foreign students in doctoral study programmes at CTU
  • Procedures for awarding scholarships, application form

Preamble

The scholarship is intended for foreign doctoral students who are capable of doing scientific work and studying on a doctoral programme in English language at CTU in Prague, and who display qualities that entitle them to the award of this scholarship.

The following students are not eligible for this scholarship: Erasmus students at CTU, Erasmus Mundus students at CTU, Exchange students at CTU, CTU foreing students receiving a government scholarship, and other scholarship holders.

Procedures for awarding a scholarship

  1. The scholarship is awarded in conformity with Act No. 111/1998 Sb., On  Universities, § 91, para. (3) letter. (b)  of this Act.
  2. The scholarship covers the basic scholarship awarded to students of doctoral study progammes and living costs in an amount up to CzK 16 000 per month. The scholarship is  financed equally from the scholarship fund of the rectorate of CTU and the scholarship fund of the relevant faculty or part of the university.
  1. The scholarship is awarded to an individual student for a period of 6-12 months. In the event of excellent work outcomes, it can be extended until the maximum time corresponding to the standard length of the study programme.
  2. A doctoral student who is awarded a CTU scholarship is subject to the study and examination regulations for studying in doctoral study programmes. The individual study plan in accordance with Art. 30 point 1 in the regulations is binding and forms part of the application for a scholarship.
  3. After obtaining the agreement of their faculty and through the International Office at their faculty, foreign students submit an application for a scholarship to the Department of International Relations at the rectorate of CTU. The application should be made on the form that is available on the web pages of the rectorate of CTU.
  4. Decisions on the award of a scholarship are made by the vice-rector on the basis of a recommendation by a commission of vice-deans for international relations.
  5. One of the outcomes of the study stay of foreign doctoral students must be results published in an internationally reviewed journal or an application submitted for an international grant. A copy of the submitted publication or grant application is submitted as an attachment to a brief final report on the study stay, which is elaborated by the receiving workplace and submitted to the Science and Research Department of the relevant faculty (or part of the university) not later than three months after the completion of the study stay.


Last change: 23.02.2017