CEEPUS is the abbreviation for Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies
CEEPUS is the Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies focused on regional cooperation within the university network. The agreement on the CEEPUS programme was signed by Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Croatia, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Serbia. The University of Pristina, Prizren and Peja in Kosovo also cooperate in the programme. The programme is intended for pre-graduate students after they complete their second semester, post-graduate students and academic employees of public and o.p.s. private universities. It is possible to acquire the programme scholarship within the university networks or individually (as a so-called freemover). Activities within the networks are primarily emphasized. The scholarship amount differs according to individual countries; a list of the countries can be found on the CEEPUS website. The host university pays the residential scholarship while the home university pays the transportation expenses. For more detailed information about the CEEPUS programme, go to https://www.ceepus.info/
Scholarship for Germany 2016-2017
Every semester, with the support of the Czech-German Future Fund, the GPFS-CZ volunteer organization offers semester studies at a German university.
The scholarship amount is 580 € a month and is granted for five months. You can send your applications to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 March 2016 at the latest.
DZS Offers (The Centre for International Cooperation in Education)
University students and graduates can use the scholarships for foreign study stays and practical internships. Educational mobility supports the improvements of study results, language knowledge and other skills to find better jobs on the job market. Scholarship stays can also be oriented on the preparation of a thesis or dissertation. Students get involved through their home school.
Students can acquire comparable information on educational systems and on education policies throughout Europe from the Eurydice information network (information only in English)
SCIEX - NMSch
Swiss-Czech Cooperation Programme
The SCIEX-NMSch programme (Scientific Exchange Programme between the New Member States of the EU and Switzerland) – Scholarship Fund is a part of the Swiss-Czech Cooperation Programme, which aims to decrease the economic and social differences within the extended European Union.
Duration of the programme: 2009-2016 Current information about the programme HERE
DAAD Offers (Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst)
The DAAD Information Centre in Prague provides information about the possibility of studies and research in Germany, about support programmes and about DAAD scholarships. You well receive advice when you are making a decision or planning a study or research stay in Germany. The IC is also a partner for German and Czech universities in the field of academic cooperation. More information HERE
Korea Scholarship ZS 2016-2017
The Chungnam National University in Korea (a partner university of CULS in Korea) offers a scholarship to one CULS student, including tuition, accommodation and meals for one semester. ZS 2016-2017 begins in Korea on 1 September 2016 and ends on 20 December 2016.
You can find more information and the application form in the attached PDF files.
If you are interested in this scholarship, please contact the International Relations Office at your