CTU Grants for Study Abroad

  • Master
  • EUR 480 per month

To support student mobility, the rector of CTU in Prague announces the establishment of a special-purpose fund for students going to study abroad (double degree, or obtaining a degree under dual supervision) and students going abroad for other activities in the interest of CTU (among others as part of the Athens program) .

Czech Technical University (CTU)
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Czech Technical University (CTU)

The Czech Technical University in Prague (CTU) is an internationally recognised higher education and research institution with more than 310 years of tradition and an excellent reputation.

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Eligibility

  • To support student mobility, the rector of CTU in Prague announces the establishment of a special-purpose fund for students going to study abroad under the ERASMUS program, or similar European programs.
  • Financial resources set aside to support student mobility are intended for students of the Czech Technical University in Prague who go on long-term study stays within the framework of the ERASMUS program, or similar European programs.

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Benefits

  • A long-term scholarship is usually awarded to an individual for a period of 1 to 2 semesters (only for the second year of study in a study program (Double- and Joint-Degree type).
  • The long-term scholarship covers the costs of a study stay up to 12,000 CZK/month. The scholarship is paid from the following three sources: the development project of the Ministry of Education and Culture - through the rector's office (4,000 CZK/month), the scholarship fund of the CTU rector's office (4,000 CZK/month), the scholarship fund of the relevant faculty (4,000 CZK/month).
  • The amount of the one-time scholarship is a maximum of 80% of the total estimated costs, a maximum of CZK 18,000 per event. At least 20% of the total expected costs must be paid from other sources (faculty, grant, sponsor, own resources).