The International Visegrad Fund was founded in 2000 by the Czech Republic, Hungary, the Republic of Poland and the Slovak Republic, also known as Visegrad Group (V4) countries. The purpose of the fund is to promote closer cooperation in the V4 region and between the region and other countries (especially Western Balkan and Eastern Partnership regions).
Master and PhD students from selected countries who are accepted for a study stay at UCT Prague can apply for Visegrad Scholarships (click here to learn more about the conditions).
The scholarships are available for students from Visegrad countries (intra-visegrad scholarships) and for students from Eastern Partnership countries (Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine).
Scholarship applications are collected once a year – before 31 January.
The application process and administration is being handled by the Visegrad Fund. UCT Prague can assist with acceptance letter and working plan, which are part of the application.
More information available at http://visegradfund.org