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Fees

The PRAREAS Programmes rank among the two-year English-language Master's degree programmes taught at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University which impose following tuition fees:

BECES, CECS and MAS

For the two-year master programmes (BECES, CECS, MAS), the tuition fee is 9 300 EUR including the fee waiver in the case students meet all the requirements during four semesters, otherwise the full fee makes 6 000 EUR per year.

Students can apply for the fee waiver in the summer semester of their second year paying thus just the reduced fee 300 EUR.

See specific information on this page

IMESS

Tuition fee: 8 900 EUR per year

IMESS: the fee is valid for the second academic year spent at FSV UK (information about study and tuition fees at School of Slavonic and East European Studies, UCL, is available here: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/www.imess.eu/fees-and-funding/fees)

EPS

Tuition fee: 8 000 EUR per year

This programme has applied for the Erasmus Mundus Joint Master Degree. Full EMJMD Scholarships are expected for 20 students from autumn 2017.  

Excellence Scholarship Award: Two best self-funded students from the first year per each intake will be awarded by the ‘Excellence Scholarship Award’ (covers 50% of the Tuition Fee for the second year of their study).

Fee waiver of 20% will be available for students from the European Economic Area (EEA) countries.

 

Scholarships and Funding - Faculty website

International Visegrad Fund Scholarships

The International Visegrad Fund (IVF) is a joint initiative of the governments of the four Visegrad Group countries (Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Poland and Hungary). It offers scholarships for study abroad, both to students from within the Visegrad group, and from neighbouring countries like Belarus and Ukraine.

Submission deadline is January 31, scholarship applicants can request a preliminary confirmation of acceptance at the International Office of FSS CU.

Fulbright Commission Scholarships

The Fulbright Commission provides U.S. citizens with the opportunity to study, teach, or conduct research in the Czech Republic. You can find info about the grants on this link. Besides the Fulbright Grants, there are other scholarship programs available to U.S. students.

Other sources

Studyin.cz provides essential information about the higher education system of the Czech Republic, study opportunities and scholarships, as well as student life in the Czech Republic.

It is possible to find more scholarships at ScholarshipPortal and CET Academic Programs.