Development Scholarships

Deadline is 30th April 2017

About the Scholarship:

Thanks to a generous contribution from the Czech Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport, the Faculty of Social Sciences is able to offer a limited number of partial scholarships for students of all fee based programs in academic year 2017/2018. A total of seven scholarships are available, ear-marked for students from developing countries and/or countries going through a process of political and economic transition.

Who can apply:

  • All scholarship applications received by the deadline will be assessed by a Scholarship Review Board, which will recommend seven students to receive scholarships to the Dean of the Faculty. The decision of the Board on which students it will recommend for a scholarship will be independent of the deliberations of the Admissions Panel regarding which students to admit. However, only students finally admitted by the Faculty are eligible to become scholarship holders.

  • In addition to the documents submitted by scholarship applicants, the Scholarship Review Board will take into consideration applicants’ results from their earlier studies. Priority will be given to students who have not previously had the opportunity to study abroad.

  • A final decision regarding the students to be offered scholarships will be made by the Dean. The Dean will not enter into correspondence with unsuccessful applicants regarding this decision.

How to apply:

  • Applications for these scholarships are open to all students from developing countries and/or countries going through a process of political and economic transition, who are applying for study in one of our Bachelor’s studies or Master’s studies programmes at FSV UK from academic year 2017/18.

  • Applications must be made on the form that accompanies this announcement, and must include the following documents:

    – completed application form

    – motivation essay of no more than 1000 words, explaining why they need a scholarship, and what they hope to gain from their studies at Charles University

    – two letters of recommendation from teachers, who know the student from their previous studies, including confirmation of the student’s financial need

    NOTE: The current scholarship holders who are reapplying do not need to submit the two recommendation letters or write the essay. Please include a cover note and one recommendation letter from a Charles University academic who knows you from your studies with your applicatioon.

  • Applications should be sent to the Manager of the International Office (find the address here). All documents submitted must be originals and written in the English language, or accompanied by certified translations.

Required items for a complete application:

  • Completed application form

  • Copies of all relevant diplomas and transcripts. Copies of diplomas and transcripts do not have to be certified. However, if you submit uncertified copies you must bring the originals of all submitted documents with you to Prague, so we can confirm their authenticity. If you have not yet finished your previous studies and thus do not have a diploma please submit a confirmation of studies including an information on the expected date of graduation.

  • Short academic curriculum vitae (resume) detailing all relevant qualifications and experience

  • Letter of motivation

  • All applications for Master in Economics and Finance (MEF) must also include a letter of recommendation and test results or certificates in order to demonstrate applicants’ sufficient competence in mathematics and in English. For details, please see: MEF Admission Criteria

  • All applications for Bachelor in Economics and Finance (BEF) must include test results or certificates in order to demonstrate applicants’ sufficient competence in mathematics and in English. For example an International Baccalaureate (IB) Group 5 – Mathematics predicted or final score; Suneung; A Levels including Mathematics; SAT test; ACT Composite score; SCIO Matematika etc. for mathematics and IELTS, TOEFL or FCE/CAE for English (except of native speakers and graduates of international high-schools where language of instruction was English). For details, pleasee see: BEF Admission Criteria

  • All applications for European Politics and Society (EPS) must also include a copy of a second diploma (second completed Bachelor’s or High School diploma), 2 letters of recommendation and a completed supplementary questionnaire indicating study track preferences.

    All students who are non-native English speakers must provide evidence of their competence in English corresponding to at least the C1 level, CAE, IELTS 7.0 and TOEFL over 95.

To apply, you should  register online and fill in the application form.

For more details, visit the website.

 

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