Ponuky štipendií CEEPUS FISH

How to apply?

Eligibility

The necessary requirements to become a CEEPUS student are:

to be a student of one of the partners

to be a citizen of a CEEPUS member state (or of a EU/EWR state respectively). Students who do not have the citizenship of a CEEPUS member state need to upload an „equal status document" (visa, residence permit) to apply.

two semesters completed of a regular course of studies during the exchange.

Procedure apply for mobility at the CEEPUS coordinator of your university (see the contact list below) your CEEPUS coordinator (home coordinator) accepts your application you have to upload your application in English to the main CEEPUS website your home coordinator nominates you your online application goes through the administration process if you are awarded the scholarship, you will be informed via email. acceptance of your scholarship online preparation of stay (make contact with the host coordinator, necessary documents, accommodation, etc.) end of the stay to confirm the stay are necessary:

the Letter of Confirmation (LoC): filled out online by the network coordinator at the host institution

the Mobility Report: filled out online by the scholarship holder Application deadlines 15 June for the autumn term 31 October for the spring term

Mobility types

Student: from 3 months to 5 months

Short Term Students: 1-2 months - Only available for Ph.D. students or final year in MA/BA in order to research for degree/thesis.

NOTE! In the „Motivation” part of the online application form the applicant has to be specified that he/she will work on his/her thesis/research. Scholarships shall also be awarded to students and graduates for practical training and placement at a commercial enterprise, research facility, governmental institution or other organisation in the host country.

Short Term Excursions: 3-10 days (intensive programmes, summer/winter universities, excursions)

Network coordinators:

Dr. Anikó Ádám (adam.aniko@btk.ppke.hu) – Pázmány Péter Catholic University

Dr. Stefan Schneider (stefan.schneider@uni-graz.at) – University of Graz

Dr. Meta Lah (lah.meta@gmail.com) – University of Ljubljana

Dr. Christophe Cusimano (ccusim@phil.muni.cz)– Masaryk University in Brno

Dr. Mojmir Malovecky (malovecky@fedu.uniba.sk) – Comenius University in Bratislava

How much is the scholarship? The scholarship is paid in the host country by cash.

See the detailed information about the exact sum of money on the CEEPUS website. (Click on the flag of the country.)

Requirements earn 20 credits at least (only for Student Mobility)

Letter of Confirmation from the host university fill out the Mobility Report