Tomas Bata University SCHOLARSHIP in the amount of CZK 60,000 per year (i.e. approx. EUR 2,400) for international students in full-time follow-up Master’s degree programmes taught in the English language
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TBU scholarship – Eligibility procedure (in compliance with the Instruction of the Vice-Rector for International Relations PP/1/2011):
1. An international student who is successfully admitted to study in an accredited full-time follow-up Master’s degree programme taught in the English language at Tomas Bata University in Zlín (TBU) in the academic year 2011/12 may apply for the TBU scholarship (hereinafter referred to as “scholarship”).
2. The scholarship is intended for outstanding students only (depending on their previous academic performance and their entrance exam results) who come from underprivileged families and are citizens of foreign countries.
3. The scholarship is not intended for students who are citizens of the Czech Republic.
4. After receiving the confirmation of admission to TBU by e-mail in June 2011, the applicant for the scholarship shall send his/her completed and scanned Application for the TBU Scholarship to the TBU International Office (email@example.com) by 30 June 2011 at the latest. The Application form for the TBU scholarship is enclosed.
5. Documents evidencing the student’s previous outstanding academic performance and/or the underprivileged status of his/her family must be enclosed with the Application.
6. The decision on the eligibility for the scholarship in the academic year 2011/12 shall be taken based on the Application submitted.
7. After the first year of study the eligibility for the scholarship to be awarded in the second year of study, respectively, shall be reviewed.
8. A student shall be eligible for the scholarship in his/her second year of study if in the preceding academic year he/she obtained the required grade point average between 1.00 - 1.50 (and complete all course units registered in the relevant academic year) and his/her status is unchanged (underprivileged).
9. If his/her grade point average in the first year of study is between 1.51 – 3.00, the scholarship will cease to be paid to the student in the academic year following the year in which he/she failed to obtain the required grade point average.
10. The scholarship can be paid only during the 2 years of the follow-up Master’s degree programme and shall not be paid to a student who suspended or finished his/her studies or who changed his/her mode of study from full-time to part-time. The scholarship will cease to be paid in the month in which it was without a doubt detected that the student fails to meet the academic requirements.
Should you have further questions please do not hesitate to contact Ms. Michaela Blahová at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please visit official website: web.utb.cz.
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