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CZECH LANGUAGE SUMMER VACATION COURSE

This is a four-week, summer vacation Czech language course intended for Czech compatriots over 18 years of age who live abroad and would like to learn their predecessors' language or improve their existing Czech language skills. The course gives them the opportunity to familiarise themselves with the Czech culture and get to know part of the Czech Republic. Tuition takes place in groups according to ability level and is led by experienced teachers. A generous extracurricular programme (forums, excursions, lectures, weekend day trips, etc.) is prepared for course participants. Language tuition and board and lodging are provided to course participants free of charge, and they receive a financial contribution towards travel to and from the Czech Republic. Health care costs are covered within the scope laid down in Act No. 326/1999 Coll., on Residence of Foreigners in the Czech Republic and on Amendment of Some Other Acts, as amended. Upon completing the course, participants receive a graduation certificate.

Date: July 25, 2014 - August 22, 2014

Application forms may be submitted only via the Embassy of the Czech Republic and must be submitted by 15 March of the year in which the course is to be held.

To apply contact arthurpolzer@gmail.com


RESEARCH FELLOWSHIPS AT PUBLIC INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER EDUCATION IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

Research fellowships at public institutions of higher education in the Czech Republic are intended for Czech compatriots living abroad. They focus on maintaining and spreading knowledge of the Czech language and cultural consciousness. Compatriots may study subjects such as Czech language and literature; Czech language and literature pedagogy, history, ethnology, art history, or theology. These one- or two-semester courses are held in Czech, usually at the Faculty of Philosophy of a university in the Czech Republic. Students who are accepted receive a scholarship, a financial contribution towards travel to and from the Czech Republic, and are entitled to board and lodging for the same price as Czech students. Upon completing their studies, students receive a graduation certificate or confirmation. 

Application forms may be submitted only via the Embassy of the Czech Republic and must be submitted by 31 March for the winter and summer semester.

To apply contact arthurpolzer@gmail.com