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Slovakia: The National Scholarship Programme of the Slovak Republic

THIS PROGRAMME, financed by the Slovak Ministry of Education, offers scholarships to second- and third-degree students to support the mobility of Slovak students abroad and foreign students in Slovakia.

Foreign students and researchers can apply for: scholarships for Masters students for a study stay of one or two semesters at Slovak universities (Sk7,000); scholarships for PhD students for a part of their studies (one to 12 months) at Slovak universities or research centres (Sk14,000).

Slovak students and researchers can apply for: scholarships for Masters students for a study stay of one or two semesters at foreign universities; scholarships for PhD students from Slovak universities or the Slovak Academy of Sciences for a study or research stay of one to 12 months.

Applications for grants can be submitted online at www.scholarships.sk. A printed copy of the application form must be delivered to SAIA before the deadline. Successful candidates will be selected by a selection committee appointed by the Slovak minister of education.

Deadline for applications (for the summer semester 2007/2008): November 15, 2007

For more information see: www.scholarships.sk


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