Student grants are quite popular. Those devices will see everyone – from the money-strapped academic phenomenon to the struggling pupil get an excellent opportunity to go to college. One way or another. It is great when opportunities abound and everyone is offered a chance to be part of education. Costs today are quite exorbitant and people are struggling to foot the bill when they apply for a university. If accepted, this could mean that the next ten years will be spent under the heft of a student’s loan. It is an unsavoury perspective but one that is quite palpable nonetheless. This is where student grants come in and try to restore the balance of the skies, as it is.
With degree programs, you have a similar problem. They are handy, but they are also expensive. Degree programs guarantee that you will find a job and that you will have a successful life or that you will at least end up what you love doing. Yes, chasing after degree programs is definitely not to be sneezed at and you should try your utmost to participate in these programs. Thankfully, student grants will help you achieve just that and with dedication and diligence you will reap the benefits of modern education.
The Czech Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sport, Charles University is now quite pleased to offer promising candidates a great way into the world of education. The scholarships are merit-based and you will be among the candidates who can apply for one of the six scholarships there.
The award is quite generous by all estimates:
- You will be allowed to reduce part of the tuition fees for your first semester of study;
- You will also receive a one-off payment to the tune of CZK 50,000 which will help you knock off some of your living costs;
In order to qualify for the award:
- Students from development countries may apply. If you want to know which student is qualified as a development-country one, you may refer to the list of developing countries offered by the World Bank
You will have to prepare a number of documents:
- You have to get your application form ready;
- In addition, you will have to write an essay, outlining your desire to participate in the programme. The essay should not extend beyond 1,000 words
You may find information both in English and Czech on the following address. You will be pleased with learning that the deadline is set for 30 April 2018.