Tuition Fees & Scholarships
The annual tuition fee for the Master study program Development Studies and Foresight (specialization in International Development Studies or specialization in Foresight) is 2 800 EUR (starting from the academic year 2023/2024). The tuition fee must be paid before the beginning of the winter semester of the respective academic year (at the end of September – via bank transfer). However, in justified cases, the Dean may decide on a different due date of the tuition fee.
In addition to tuition fees, students are expected to cover the cost of their own accommodation and subsistence, including food and travel.
Confirmation of payment must be given to the coordinator of study programs Mrs. Eva Žwaková. Alternatively, it is possible to send a scan of the confirmation by email.
*Student can begin his/her studies only on 1st September (exceptions can be made in case of delayed arrivals caused by visa-related issues).
Information about the payment is following:
The Master Course Scholarship for Foreigners can be granted to a foreign student after finishing the first year of his/her studies with very good results measured by the average grades from exams and received credits. The amount of scholarship can be up to 30 000 CZK (more than 1 100 EUR). For more information please read the attachment.
The Merit Scholarships are granted once a year to students with very good results based on the average grades from exams and received credits. The scholarship is 5 000 CZK or 6 000 CZK (approximately 180 EUR or 220 EUR) depending on the year of study.
The Vavroušek Scholarship is designed to support internships and student research projects in the field of development cooperation. For more information please follow the link.
The Mobility Scholarship is designed to support internships and student research projects in abroad countries. Students supported by this scholarship are given 3 000 CZK (approximately 110 EUR). For more information please contact Study Department.
Within the program ERASMUS+ it is possible to study at a foreign university for a semester or two where our Department has a bilateral contract (see the map and the list below) and get financially supported. It is also possible to get funding for internships in other EU countries.
Contact – Barbora Frličková
A number of external scholarships are available to incoming students:
- Scholarship Awards under bilateral international agreements
- Government Scholarships
- Visegrad Fund scholarships
- The OPEC Fund for International Development
- Aga Khan Foundation
- Scholarships of the South Moravian Center for International Mobility
- European and other programs
- University scholarships.
Further details about the scholarships listed above can be found here.
Students nationals of a state receiving foreign development assistance from the Czech Republic can also visit Czech government scholarships.