STUDY OPPORTUNITIES

International: SPP grant for foreign study

The SPP Foundation wants to support young people who want to achieve good quality education through a study stay abroad. This year the foundation has allocated Sk4 million to supporting university students and young researchers. Applicants have to come up with a scientific, practical or expert project that they want to be granted support for - e.g. a study stay at a foreign university, summer school, internship, research, short stay abroad for the purposes of gathering data for their diploma thesis, and others.

Applicants must be permanent residents of Slovakia studying law, economics, information technologies, technical fields, natural sciences and medicine. The stipend can be up to Sk150,000, granted for a period of three weeks up to nine months. The first round of applications will select candidates for projects in the summer semester 2007/2008.

Deadline for applications: November 5, 2007 (first round)

For more information see: http://www.nadaciaspp.sk/hlavicka/ or contact monika@nadaciaspp.sk, phone: 02/5464-4683, mobile: 0908/766-833.


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