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Central and Eastern Europe: Visegrad Scholarship Programme

THE INTERNATIONAL Visegrad Fund is an international organisation based in Bratislava, founded by the governments of the Visegrad Four (V4) countries – the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.

THE INTERNATIONAL Visegrad Fund is an international organisation based in Bratislava, founded by the governments of the Visegrad Four (V4) countries – the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia.

The fund offers four different Master’s and post-graduate scholarships for study or research projects: Intra-Visegrad Scholarships, for scholars from a V4 country who plan to study in another V4 country; Outgoing Scholarships, for outstanding students or Master’s graduates from V4 countries who wish to study at an acknowledged university in Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Serbia and Ukraine; Incoming Scholarships, for outstanding students or Master’s graduates from the above countries and Russia who plan to study at a university in one of the V4 countries; and the Scholarship Programme for Ukrainian students or scholars coming to V4 countries.

All applicants must have successfully finished at least four semesters of university. All universities accredited by their country’s government, as well as institutes or academies of sciences, are eligible to be host or home institutions. Applications can be submitted online at http://www.visegradfund.org/registration.html. The online application form will be available during January.

Deadline for applications: January 31

For more information: www.visegradfund.org

Source: Visegradfund.org

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