Financial terms 

  • the student shall obtain a scholarship pursuant to the Grant Agreement
  • the scholarship serves to partially cover the costs (it is a contribution towards increased expenses of living abroad) - financial participation of the student is assumed 
  • the monthly lump sum includes living and travel expenses of the student
  • basic rules (criteria) for determining the amount of scholarship are defined by the EU; final amounts are set by the National Agency (for Erasmus+)
  • the scholarship calculation is based on days
  • the scholarship shall be paid by the Economic Department under instructions of the DIRI officer for Erasmus+ study stays
  • the scholarship shall be paid to the student in one instalment
Scholarship amounts for academic year 2021/22
group        country                     

Scholarship for 1 month 

academic year 2021/22                           

group 1  FINLAND 600 EUR/month
 DENMARK
 IRELAND
 ICELAND
 LICHTENSTEIN
 LUXEMBOURG
 NORWAY
 SWEDEN
group 2  BELGIUM 600 EUR/month
 FRANCE
 ITALY
 CYPRUS
 MALTA
 GERMANY
 THE NETHERLANDS
 PORTUGAL
 AUSTRIA
 GREECE
 SPAIN
group 3  BULGARIA 480 EUR/month
 ESTONIA
 CROATIA
 LITHUANIA
 LATVIA
 HUNGARY
 POLAND
 ROMANIA
 NORTH MACEDONIA
 SLOVAKIA
 SLOVENIA
 SERBIA
 TURKEY

 

Financial contribution for students with special needs

  • students with disabilities or special educational needs can apply at the Centre for International Cooperation in Education (“DZS”) for a special grant through the Rectorate DIRI
  • a disability is deemed a certain type of auditory, visual or physical impairment or e.g. a condition requiring a special diet
  • the student states in the application (only in Czech) why he/she applies for a special grant and shall pass the application to the DIRI officer for Erasmus+ study stays
  • attached shall be the cost calculation, medical report and a copy of the ZTP (disability card), if applicable, and documents related to the Erasmus+ study period (the Letter of Acceptance must contain an assurance of the institution abroad that it has been informed of the student’s condition)
  • the adequacy of the requested costs shall be assessed by the Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator
  •  deadline for applications:
    • 10 July - if the mobility starts in the WS
    • 27 November - if the mobility starts in the SS
  • the special grant shall be accounted for upon the return from the study abroad (by submitting the receipts and/or invoices to prove what specific expenses arising from the health condition were incurred during the stay abroad and were settled from the grant; unused funds must be returned)
  • the DZS information can be found here (only in Czech)

šipka Application - Financial contribution for students with special needs (only in Czech)

 

Financial contribution for students with a socio-economic disadvantage

  • students with a socio-economic disadvantage, participating in the Erasmus+ study period, can apply for increase of the scholarship by EUR 250 per month
  • the student must apply for such increase before the mobility (applications during and after the mobility are not accepted)
  • the definition of a socio-economic disadvantage is based on Section 91 par. 3 Act on Higher Education Institutions No. 111/1998 Coll.
  • this applies to students who are entitled to or get the social scholarship at their home university at the time of departure (which means their parents are entitled to a child benefit and the decisive income for the purposes of such benefit does not exceed the product of the life minimum and coefficient 1.5)
  • the written confirmation "Sdělení pro účely přiznání stipendia" (Statement regarding scholarship award) shall be issued by the Labour Office of the Czech Republic
  • in case the student is not a citizen of the Czech Republic and cannot obtain the Statement from the Labour Office of the CR, he/she shall submit another relevant document; the document must include the translation into Czech (does not apply to Slovak documents) and be verified with the apostille
  • application (only in Czech) for the increase of the scholarship shall be filed at the DIRI officer for Erasmus+ study stays
  • the request shall be assessed by the Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator
  • the DZS information can be found here (only in Czech)

šipka Application - Financial contribution for students with a socio-economic disadvantage (only in Czech)

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