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Non-Degree Studies

spravuje: Jana SobolováPoslední změna: Středa 12.10.2016 20:25

Non-Degree Studies

 

1. Scholarships awarded by the Faculty of Arts MU

2. Scholarships awarded by the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic

3. CEEPUS

4. ERASMUS

5. Erasmus Mundus, ISEP, bilateral agreements and other possibilities

6. Czech for Foreigners courses

7. Summer School of Slavonic Studies

8. Summer School: Central Europe - A Birthplace of Modernity

9. FREEMOVER studies

 

  1. Scholarships awarded by the Faculty of Arts
    1. One-semester scholarship

      The Faculty of Arts awards six and the Department of Czech for Foreigners awards four three-month scholarships. Each of these scholarships pays 8.000 Czech crowns per month for the study of Czech language, literature and culture. These scholarships run from October to December and are intended for students interested in Czech Studies.

      Applicants should have good knowledge of the Czech language in order to be able to follow lectures and attend seminars conducted in Czech.

      This scholarship does not include health insurance.

      Applications with a brief CV and at least one letter of recommendation from a professor of Czech should be submitted no later than April 30 for the following Autumn Semester.

      You will find more detailed information on the websites of the Department of Czech for Foreigners
    2. Two-semester doctoral scholarship

      The Faculty of Arts awards a two-semester scholarship to a doctoral student to carry out research in any of the fields of teaching and research at the Faculty of Arts. Applicants must be currently enrolled in a doctoral degree programme at their home university. The scholarship is intended to allow the recipient to carry out research at the Faculty of Arts, Masaryk University.

      The scholarship is awarded for 10 months, paid in monthly installments of 9.000 CZK. The scholarship holder is exempt from tuition fees. Accommodation may be reserved in a double room in the university residence (for approximately 3,000 CZK/month). Travel costs and health insurance are the responsibility of the student. The Faculty of Arts cannot grant any other financial assistance for studies, accommodation, etc.

      For the application form please click here.

      The application deadline for the scholarship is 28 February. The selection is made by the chair of the respective doctoral programme at the Faculty of Arts. Applicants will be informed of the result of the selection process, usually by April 30.

      Please contact int@phil.muni.cz for further information.

  2. Scholarships awarded by the Ministry of Education of the Czech Republic:

    Applications for scholarships must be sent to the Czech Embassy in the applicant’s home country.

    For more detailed information please see the websites of Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic
  3. CEEPUS 

    There are four CEEPUS networks at the Faculty of Arts MU:

    at the Department of Czech Language, at the Department for Study of Religions, at the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures and at the Department of Czech Literature and Library Studies. If you can´t apply through the CEEPUS network, you still have a chance to apply as a CEEPUS freemover. For more detailed information and application please  see the CEEPUS websites. For issuing the Letter of Acceptance please send Your CV, motivation letter and Your study plan to International Relations Officers at the Faculty of Arts. The list of the courses offered at the Faculty of Arts is available on this link
  4. ERASMUS

  5. Czech for Foreigners
  6. Summer School of Slavonic Studies
  7. Erasmus Mundus, ISEP, bilateral agreements and other possibilities
  8. FREEMOVER studies

    If You can´t apply through any of the above mentioned programme, You can still become an exchange student at the Faculty of Arts - You can become a freemover student. The status of a freemover can be given to a foreign university student for a short period (1 or 2 semesters) of studies at the Faculty of Arts within the degree programme of any department. As tuition at the Faculty is in the Czech language, the student’s knowledge of Czech must be at a sufficient level to follow lectures and seminars. In the Departments of English and American Studies, Romance Languages and Literatures, and German and Scandinavian Studies, the majority of teaching is in the respective language and a knowledge of Czech is thus less necessary (or not necessary at all). The decision about the application is made by the head of the relevant department. The applicant is advised to contact the International Relations Office of the Faculty of Arts by email: int@phil.muni.cz.

    During this short-term stay, a Free-mover can study at the Faculty of Arts under the same conditions as Czech students: there are no tuition or other fees, students are permitted to use the Faculty library, use computer facilities etc. The student may be helped with booking accommodation in student residences.

    Free-mover students may not receive any scholarship or other financial support. Travel costs and health insurance are the responsibility of the student. For the Autumn Semester the application must be sent by 30 May and for the Spring Semester by 30 November.

     Admission requirements:

    • the applicant must be a student enrolled at a foreign university
    • the applicant is supposed to fill in the APPLICATION FORM
    • a study plan is also required, you can find the list of the subjects taught at the Faculty of Arts on this link
    • CV

 


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