November 11, 2014

Visegrad Scholarship Program 2015-2016

The International Visegrad Fund offers Master’s and Post-Master’s schol­ar­ships awarded to selected schol­ars for peri­ods of 1 or 2 semes­ters (with the excep­tion of Master’s schol­ar­ships within the In-Coming scheme where 1– to 4-semester schol­ar­ships can be awarded).

In applying for a scholarship to the International Visegrad Fund, you can:
  • Choose any aca­d­e­mic field;
  • Study in any lan­guage (the lan­guage of instruc­tion is not limited);
  • Choose a school of your choice, i.e., study at any accred­ited pub­lic or pri­vate uni­ver­sity or any insti­tute of sci­ence acad­e­mies in the Visegrad coun­tries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, or Slovakia);
  • Study or con­duct research at Masters (MA) or Post-Masters (PhD/postdoc) levels;
  • Apply at any age—there is no age limit and one does not need to be a stu­dent when applying;
  • Choose the length of study—between 1 to 4 semes­ters (depend­ing on the program).
  • Applicants have suc­cess­fully com­pleted at least 6 semes­ters of uni­ver­sity stud­ies (applies only to MA-level applicants);
  • Applicants must be cit­i­zens of one of the fol­low­ing countries/territories: AlbaniaArmenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, GeorgiaKosovo, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Russia, Serbia, or Ukraine;
  • Applicants approach the host uni­ver­sity/institute them­selves;
  • Applicants apply on-line and send the signed appli­ca­tion form with accom­pa­ny­ing doc­u­ments by January 31, 2015 (see details).
  • Scholars receive €2,300/semester and can apply for a travel grant;
  • Host insti­tu­tion receives €1,500/semester for each schol­ar­ship holder to cover related costs (e.g. tuition);
  • Scholars can re-apply;
  • Scholars can join the grow­ing Visegrad Alumni family.
How to Apply?
Start the application process on-line on the website of the Fund here.

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