SCHOLARSHIP

 

  • The Erasmus+ scholarship is intended to cover part of the costs related to the study stay/traineeship and represents a contribution to the increased costs associated with the stay abroad.
  • The scholarship is paid by bank transfer to your Czech bank account.
  • The scholarship consists of 2 components - accommodation costs and travel costs.
  • The amount of the scholarship for incoming students is 800 EUR/month.
  • For the purposes of calculating the scholarship, one month is considered to be 30 days - if the duration of the study stay of full months is not observed, the scholarship for the last month is calculated according to the number of days, where one day = 1/30 of the monthly rate.
  • Travel distance means the distance between the starting point and the place of the activity, the rate is the contribution to the trip to the place of the activity and back.

Travel costs depend on the distance to the destination: 

DISTANCE  AMOUNT
100 - 499 Km 180 EUR 
500 - 1999 Km 275 EUR 
 2000 - 2999 Km 360 EUR 
 3000 - 3999 Km 530 EUR 
 4000 - 7999 Km 820 EUR 
More than 8000 Km   1500 EUR

  

  • The scholarship is paid on the basis of signing the Grant Agreement (SMS)/Grant Agreement (SMP) - upon arrival, we sign with you the Grant Agreement and we will accompany you to the bank to set up an account, then we will send you 70% of accommodation costs + 100% of the travel costs.
  • The remaining 30% of accommodation costs are paid to you after fulfilling the condition of min. 18 ECTS.
  • In case of shortening the stay, the scholarship is reduced by 1/30 of the monthly rate for each day by which the mobility was shortened.
  • In the case of SMS, if the student does not meet 18 ECTS, as follows from the Grant Agreement, he/she is obliged to return 1/30 of the total subsistence costs for each unfulfilled credit;
  • Financial support cannot be used to cover costs that are already covered by other EU actions / programs - a student cannot be a recipient of an Erasmus Mundus (Joint Master Degree) and Erasmus+ scholarship at the same time.

 

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