Going abroad

If you would like to go abroad and are looking for information about different mobility possibilities, this is the right place. Below, you can find an overview of all possibilities you can use to apply for a study stay or traineeship, research placement or even summer schools. At each type of mobility, you can find detailed instructions and advices for applications, selection procedure, and also, a financial support. Don’t forget that students are obliged to edit their stay longer than 14 days in the IS. Instructions and necessary documents can be found here.

Study stays

Erasmus+

Erasmus+ is an exchange programme of the European Union which makes it possible for Masaryk University students to study at a wide range of European universities. This programme supports not only mobility of students, teachers and employees of the university, but also supervisors from various enterprises and other entities.

Study stays can take place only in countries included in the Erasmus+ programme. These are the following countries:

  • the twenty-eight member states of the European Union (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic,  Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden and the United Kingdom)
  • the countries of the European Economic Area (Norway, Iceland and Lichtenstein)
  • also Turkey and Macedonia
  • mobility to Switzerland is not possible via the Erasmus+ programme

Mobility duration: 3 to 12 months

This program is administered by the Center for International Cooperation (CZS in Czech).

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Erasmus+ ICM

The Erasmus+ ICM program allows students to study at universities in Erasmus+ partner countries—a broad selection of countries that are not in the regular Erasmus+ program. The list of participating universities changes every year depending the evaluation of Masaryk University's application for funding and mostly, it includes countries outside Europe.

Mobility duration: 3 to 12 months

This program is administered by the Center for International Cooperation (CZS in Czech).

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Partner Universities

Aside from contracts with EU universities Masaryk University has closed contracts with more than 70 partner universities outside the European Union.

Possible countries: Australia, Brazil, China, Georgia, Chile, Israel, Japan, South Korea, South Africa, Canada, Costa Rica, Mexico, Russian, Taiwan, Ukraine and The USA.

Mobility duration: 1 or 2 semesters

This program is administered by the Center for International Cooperation (CZS in Czech).

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CEEPUS

The Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies CEEPUS is focused on regional cooperation between universities. Through this programme it is possible to go on short-term or long-term study placements or summer schools.

Member countires: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldova, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Kosovo. 

You can find more information on this page dedicated to CEEPUS Programme or below:

  • CZS: here
  • Main CEEPUS webpage: here
  • Webpage of DZS Information Agency: here you can find also contact persons for our faculty (only in Czech)

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ISEP

Masaryk University is the only university in the Czech Republic that is part of the ISEP international network, which allows students to study for the same cost as in the Czech Republic at more than 150 universities in the USA and at dozens of other universities in 50 countries around the world – for example in Canada, Australia, New Zealand and various countries in Latin America, Asia and Africa.

Mobility duration: 1 or 2 semesters

This program is administered by the Center for International Cooperation (CZS in Czech).

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Intergovernmental Agreements - Quotas

Every year the Ministry of Education allocates grants, so-called quotas, for students of Masaryk University. Thanks to these quotas students can take summer language courses abroad or study for up to two semesters at partner universities in countries with which the Czech Republic has international agreements. Participating students can apply for refundation of transport costs at CZS MU

Possible countries: China, Croatia, Itálie, Macedonia, Malta, Russia, Greece, Slovakia, Slovenia and Sweden

Mobility duration: up to two semesters

This program is administered by the Academic Agency (in Czech DZS).

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Intergovernmental Agreements - Selection Process

Each year the Ministry of Education announces a selection process for foreign study or research placements in countries with which the Czech Republic has intergovernmental agreements. Students from all universities in the Czech Republic can apply for these up to two-semester study placements, the selection of students taking place centrally at the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports.

On the basis of these intergovernmental agreements students can study in more than 30 countries, both in and outside Europe - e.g. in Vietnam, Peru or Georgia.

Mobility duration: up to two semesters

This program is administered by the Academic Agency (in Czech DZS).

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Interfaculty Agreements

Faculty of Arts has closed agreements with foreign universities at faculty or departmental level, thanks to which MU students can go on two semesters for a study or research placement at a partner university with a very similar focus to Masaryk University.

For study or research placements at partner faculties you can gain a grant from the CIC, however the application and selection of students is fully within the competence of faculty and department coordinators. The specific offer of faculty agreements can be found on the Center for International Coopoeration web site.

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Freemovers

The programme for Freemovers is intended for students who themselves arrange a study or work placement at a foreign university outside of any kind of Masaryk University exchange programme (e.g. Erasmus+), or outside any intergovernmental, interuniversity or interfaculty agreement.

Freemovers can choose from universities around the world, however their home faculty/department and the foreign university must consent.

Mobility duration: 1 or 2 semesters

This program is administered by the Center for International Cooperation (CZS in Czech).

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Special Grant for Short-term Placements

Students who want to go abroad on short-term placements or summer schools outside any exchange programme can make use of financial support from the CIC Special Grant for Short-term Placements. The home faculty must consent to the placement by signing the Learning Agreement/Training Agreement. 

Mobility duration: up to 30 days

This program is administered by the Center for International Cooperation (CZS in Czech).

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Fulbright Commission

The Fulbright Commission is the leading international educational exchange programme for intergovernmental exchange between the Czech Republic and the USA with the mission to enhance educational, scientific and cultural exchanges between the USA and Czech Republic through the Fulbright Programme.

Czech students, researchers and university teachears, as well as other teachers, doctors or employees in public services or nonprofit sector, etc. can obtain financial support to study, teach, or conduct research in the USA throug different scholarship programmes.

Find more information on fulbright.cz.

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AKTION

It is a programme of bilateral cooperation in education and science at the tertiary level in all disciplines between Czech Republic and Austria.

Programme is focused on two categories:

  • Individual: scholarships for study and research stays in partner country and for summer schools.
  • Institucional: support for Czech-Austrian cooperation in educational institution at the tertiary leve

Deadlines: April 15th, September 15th and November 30th (online or by post - the latest possibility to send it is the deadline date)

Find more information at DZS web site here or here and for deutch, search OEAD web site.

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Visegrad Grant

Students at master’s and doctoral level can get a grant from the International Visegrad Fund in the amount of 2300 euros per semester for study and research placements in the countries of the Visegrad Four and other countries of the region.

You can go on a foreign placement to Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, the Russian Federation, Slovakia, Serbia, Kosovo and the Ukraine.

You can also complete your entire study programme abroad, since it is possible to gain a Visegrad Grant for up to four semesters. The host university gets a contribution of 1500 euros per semester from the International Visegrad Fund to cover costs associated with the stay of the student.

Further information on applications and the grant conditions can be found on the website Visegrad Grants

 

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Other options

The Paul Robitschek scholarship

The Paul Robitschek scholarship at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln (UNL) was established by Paul Robitschek, Czechoslovakian emigrant, more than 20 years ago. It allows Czech or Slovak students studying at Czech Universities to participate in one-year study stay at the University of Nebraska in Lincoln.

Scholarship covers: academic expenses (tuituion fees), return flight ticket to Lincoln, accommodation and study materials for whole year.

Deadline for submitting an application: February 15th

Contract adress for UNL: globalstrategies@unl.edu (Office of Global Strategies) and university webpage.

You can find more useful information here.

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DAAD

 The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is an association of German universities which aims to support academic cooperation between Germany and other countries. The DAAD offers foreign students a range of grants for study or research placements or summer courses. You can find further information on the DAAD website. 

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GFPS

Organization for student and cultural exchange in central and eat Europe. (GFPS-CZ) allows students to go for five-months study stays.

The monthly scholarship for a study stay is 600 Euro/semester.

Contact person at CIC: Martin Vašek, vasek@czs.muni.cz, tel. +420 549 49 7785

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Traineeships

Erasmus+ traineeships

The European Union’s Erasmus+ programme enables university students to undertake a work placement in their field in an European country. Students of all levels of studies, and also fresh graduates have the possibility to go for a traineeship.

Traineeships can take place only in countries included in the Erasmus+ programme. These are the following countries: 

  • the twenty-eight member states of the European Union 
  • the countries of the European Economic Area (Norway, Iceland and Lichtenstein) 
  • also Turkey and Macedonia 
  • mobility to Switzerland is not possible via the Erasmus+ programme 

Mobility duration: 2 to 12 months 

This program is administered by the Center for International Cooperation (CZS in Czech). 

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ISEP traineeships

Nonprofit organisation ISEP allows students to spend up to one academic year at more than 150 universities in the USA and at dozens of other universities in 50 countries around the world. More information about ISEP can be found here.

After a study stay in the USA, you can continue with a traineeship (Academic Training) which allows you to legally work in the USA in field of your studies (more here).

Possible countries: USA

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Freemovers

The Freemovers programme is for students who as part of their studies at Masaryk University want to complete a month to semester-long foreign placement in their filed and do not have the chance to utilise other funding (for example the Erasmus+ programme, from the faculty, etc.). As a Freemover you can go on a placement to any country in the world.

As a freemover, you can also use nonprofit organization AIESEC that allows students to undertake internships all over the world.

Possible countires: all, in case both home and host institution consent the placement.

This program is administered by the Center for International Cooperation (CZS in Czech). 

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Interfaculty Agreements

Masaryk University students can go on foreign placements in their field also under interfaculty agreements which our faculty has with foreign institutions and firms. More information about interfaculty agreements can be found on the CIC web.

You can gain a grant from CIC for the foreign placement at these foreign institutions, however the application and selection of students is fully within the competence of the coordinators, or the selection commission in the case of the IFMSA.

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Special Grant for Short-term Placements

Students who want to go abroad on short-term placements or summer schools outside any exchange programme can make use of financial support from the CIC Special Grant for Short-term Placements. The home faculty must consent  the placement by signing the Learning Agreement/Training Agreement.  

Mobility duration: up to 30 days 

This program is administered by the Center for International Cooperation (CZS in Czech).

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STELLA Junior

Stella Junior is a programme of the Compostela Group of Universities (CGU), thanks to which MU students can apply for a placement published in the database of offers of foreign placements, which can be found on the CGU website in the section Stella Junior database.

The Stella Junior Programme also twice a year (in March and July) awards two one-off grants in the amount of 400 euros for these foreign placements. The grants are allocated by a lottery. 

This program is administered by the Center for International Cooperation (CZS in Czech). 

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GFPS

Organization for student and cultural exchange in central and eat Europe. (GFPS-CZ) allows students to go for paid work placements in Germany.

The monthly scholarship depends on type of work placement.

Contact person at CIC: Martin Vašek, vasek@czs.muni.cz, tel. +420 549 49 7785

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Experience Canada

Canadian government programme International Experience Canada (IEC) provides Czech and Slovak students and graduates with the opportunity to work up to one year in Canada, and to gain not only professional work experience, but also a possibility to improve your English and get to know Canadian culture and society.

The main goal of the International Experience Canada programme is to facilitate the access to a paid work placement, or to gain work placement in Canada based on work contract as a compulsory part of studies or thanks to a work-study agreement between instituitions (up to 12 months).

The application has to be sent to the Embassy of Canada in Prague with all required documents (Embassy of Canada, Student mobility programmes, Muchova 6, 160 00 Praha 6). Contact details are mobilita@canada.cz, +420 272 101 800.

More information can be found on the web site of International Experience Canada, or on the web site of  Embassy of Canada.

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Research placements

CEEPUS

The Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies CEEPUS is focused on regional cooperation between universities. Through this programme it is possible to go on short-term or long-term study placements or summer schools to Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Kosovo. 

The grant is paid by the host country. The Centre for International Cooperation administers only the grant for travel, and not the applications themselves - contact your departement contact person.

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Intergovernmental Agreements – Selection Process

Each year the Ministry of Education announces a selection process for foreign study or research placements in countries with which the Czech Republic has intergovernmental agreements. Students from all universities in the Czech Republic can apply for these up to two-semester study placements, the selection of students taking place centrally at the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports.

On the basis of these intergovernmental agreements students can study in more than 30 countries, both in and outside Europe - e.g. in Vietnam, Peru or Georgia.

Mobility duration: up to two semesters 

This program is administered by the Academic Agency (in Czech DZS). 

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Interfaculty Agreements

Several faculties at Masaryk University have closed agreements with foreign universities at faculty or departmental level, thanks to which MU students can go on two semesters for a study or research placement at a partner university with a very similar focus to Masaryk University.

For study or research placements at partner faculties you can gain a grant from the CIC, however the application and selection of students is fully within the competence of faculty and department coordinators. The specific offer of faculty agreements can be found on the web site of the faculty or the IRO web site.

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Freemovers

The programme for Freemovers is intended for students who themselves arrange a study or work placement at a foreign university outside of any kind of Masaryk University exchange programme (e.g. Erasmus+), or outside any intergovernmental, interuniversity or interfaculty agreement.

Freemovers can choose from universities around the world, however their home faculty/department and the foreign university must consent.

Mobility duration: up to 2 semesters

This program is administered by the Center for International Cooperation (CZS in Czech). 

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Fulbright Commission

The Fulbright Commission is the leading international educational exchange programme for intergovernmental exchange between the Czech Republic and the USA with the mission to enhance educational, scientific and cultural exchanges between the USA and Czech Republic through the Fulbright Programme. 

Czech students, researchers and university teachears, as well as other teachers, doctors or employees in public services or nonprofit sector, etc. can obtain financial support to study, teach, or conduct research in the USA throug different scholarship programmes. 

Find more information on fulbright.cz. 

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Masaryk Distinguished Chair in Israel

Programme Masaryk Distinguished Chair in Israel supports research placements of Czech academics, scientists and doctoral students at the host institution Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya.

The placements are primarily focused on research activities in the field of humanities and social sciences (e.g. political sciences, international relations, law, sociology, economics, psychology, media studies and journalism, hebraistics, history, cultural studies ...), but the program is open to researchers and academics of all disciplines. The placement can be complemented by lectures at IDC. For more information, visit the IDC Herzliya webpage.

This program is administered by the Center for International Cooperation (CZS in Czech).

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Utrecht Network Young Researchers Grant

Master’s and doctoral students who need to carry out research abroad for their dissertation can go on a month to half-year foreign placement thanks to a grant from the Utrecht Network. The grant for the complete placement is 1000 euros.

You can carry out the research at one of the member countries in the Utrecht Network, a list of which you can find here. At the host institution students can also attend courses, but priority is given to students working on their research.

Mobility duration: 1 to 6 months

This program is administered by the Center for International Cooperation (CZS in Czech). 

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DAAD

 The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is an association of German universities which aims to support academic cooperation between Germany and other countries. The DAAD offers foreign students a range of grants for study or research placements or summer courses. You can find further information on the DAAD website. 

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Visegrad Grant

Students at master’s and doctoral level can get a grant from the International Visegrad Fund in the amount of 2300 euros per semester for study and research placements in the countries of the Visegrad Four and other countries of the region. 

You can go on a foreign placement to Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, the Russian Federation, Slovakia, Serbia, Kosovo and the Ukraine. 

You can also complete your entire study programme abroad, since it is possible to gain a Visegrad Grant for up to four semesters. The host university gets a contribution of 1500 euros per semester from the International Visegrad Fund to cover costs associated with the stay of the student. 

Applications can be submitted up to 15 March before the academic year in which the placement begins. Further information on applications and the grant conditions can be found on the website Visegrad Grants

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With Institute scholarship

Wirth Institute is a specialized department of the University of Alberta in Canada, which focuses on Central European Studies. It offers research grants for one-year placements (from September 1 to August 31) for Czech doctoral students working on a topic close to the donor's focus.

Young scientists from all humanities and arts fields can apply. The condition is Czech citizenship and an active study in doctoral study programme at Czech university.  Candidates who, in addition to their excellent knowledge of English, have a command of another Central European language (Slovak is not considered a foreign language for Czech candidates) will be prefered. Documented research, optimally in the form of publications, is also an advantage.

Applicants must submit a short description of their research project (maximum length is 500 words) in English, a curriculum vitae and the names of two referees. The application should be sent to the Wirth Institute director Joseph F. Patrouch (patrouch@ualberta.ca) and as a copy also to the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of Czech Republic (magdalena.young@msmt.cz).

The student will receive a monthly grant for the entire duration of the placement, the total amount of which is 26, 400 Canadian dollars. More information about the programme can be found on the web site of University of Alberta

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Summer schools

Intergovernmental Agreements – Quotas

Every year the Ministry of Education allocates grants, so called quotas, for students of Masaryk University. Thanks to these quotas students can take summer language courses abroad or study for up to two semesters at partner universities in countries with which the Czech Republic has international agreements. Participating students can apply for refundation of transport costs at CZS MU 

Possible countries: China, Croatia, Itálie, Macedonia, Malta, Russia, Greece, Slovakia, Slovenia and Sweden 

Mobility duration: up to two semesters 

This program is administered by the Academic Agency (in Czech DZS). 

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Intergovernmental Agreements - Selection Process

Each year the Ministry of Education announces a selection process for foreign study or research placements in countries with which the Czech Republic has intergovernmental agreements. Students from all universities in the Czech Republic can apply for these up to two-semester study placements, the selection of students taking place centrally at the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports. 

On the basis of these intergovernmental agreements students can study in more than 30 countries, both in and outside Europe - for example in Vietnam, Peru or Georgia. 

Mobility duration: up to two semesters 

This program is administered by the Academic Agency (in Czech DZS). 

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Summer Schools at Partner Universities

Several partner institutions for Masaryk University allow students and recent graduates to participate under preferential terms at the summer schools they organise.

The list of summer schools at MU partner universities is regularly updated. More information can be found on the Center for Interntional Cooperation web.

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Special Grant for Short-term Placements

Students who want to go abroad on short-term placements or summer schools outside any exchange programme can make use of financial support from the CIC Special Grant for Short-term Placements. The home faculty must consent to the placement by signing the Learning Agreement/Training Agreement.  

Mobility duration: up to 30 days 

This program is administered by the Center for International Cooperation (CZS in Czech). 

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DAAD

 The German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) is an association of German universities which aims to support academic cooperation between Germany and other countries. The DAAD offers foreign students a range of grants for study or research placements or summer courses. You can find further information on the DAAD website. 

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Mobility recognition

Study mobility recognition

Before mobility

The student going abroad during his or hers study at MU for a study exchange administered by MU or another subject is required to complete and sign the study agreement form, Learning Agreement (hereinafter referred to as LA).

This document is submitted by the student to the authorized person of the department / faculty / field of study through which he / she leaves. Authorized person by signature agrees with the list of selected subjects and decides the recognition of subjects / credits. Furthermore, the learning agreement is sent / provided for signature by the host institution.

Learning Agreement (LA) or its changes must be completed before submitting the application for recognition in the IS, i.e. including the boxes regarding the credit value of the recognized subject and the ways of recognition at MU.

The student registers a study stay in the IS MU (Internships and Stays application in the section Student in IS MU), enters the type of stay, mobility programme and institution of stay, eventually other required information. As a contact person at MU, the student lists the authorized person who signs the LA and also lists the administrator of the stay at the faculty (he/she chooses from the provided options). The student also submits the signed LA (at least by the authorized person of MU) there.

during mobility

Upon arrival at the host institution, the student completes the selection of the chosen courses and records all possible changes into the Changes section of LA. This is again signed by the host institution representative, the student himself and an authorized MU person who already decides the way of recognition (it is not possible to leave the boxes blank). Changes to the LA must be made within 30 days of the start of the semester at the host institution. After that, the student uploads the LA changes to the given application in IS MU.

Before leaving the host institution, the student arranges the issue of a Confirmation of Studies and a Transcript of Records, eventually other documents that are required for recognition of completed credits / courses at MU.

after mobility

Upon arrival at the MU, student uploads the remaining documents to the IS MU (Internships and Stays application in the section Student in IS MU), i.e. LA with all signatures, including their changes, confirmation of study and Transcript of Records. Study Agreement (LA) or its changes must be completed before submitting the application for recognition in the IS, i.e. including the boxes regarding the credit value of the recognized subject and the ways of recognition at MU.

The student checks that the date of return from the placement in the application register matches the date stated on the Confirmation of Studies.

After submitting the required documents, the application will allow entering recognized subjects into the IS MU (including the method of recognition, credit value and grade) and the student will ask for their recognition. The student is obliged to enter all successfully completed courses, which he / she has entered in the LA (or LA changes) as well as in the list of grades as confirmed and stated in these documents.

Assessment and completion of recognized subjects is based on the evaluation and completion method at MU (an overview is available here). 

After that, the authorized person / study department carries out the approval of the application for recognition of subjects (if all applications are in order) automatically. In the case of detected shortcomings, the student is asked to remove them by e-mail.

The originals of documents of LA and its changes, Confirmation of Study and also Transcript of Records may be requested, the student must be able to submit the originals upon request.

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Traineeship mobility recognition

BEFORE MOBILITY

A student who has been admitted to a mobility programme administered by MU or another entity is required to complete and sign a Training Agreement (hereinafter referred to as TA).

This document is submitted by the student to the authorized person of the department / faculty / field of study through which he / she leaves. Authorized person by signature agrees with student’s work plan and decides the number of credits and subjects that will be awarded/registered upon successful completion of the work plan (usually these are subjects from the list below). The TA shall also be signed by the host institution.

Student registers internship in IS MU (application Internships and stays in the section Student in IS MU) and uploads the signed TA to the IS MU system. As a contact person at MU, he / she lists the authorized person of the faculty / department (who also signs the TA).

The student asks for recognition of a course that will be the result of an internship after mobility is completed. Student does NOT register the course in the IS MU before, during or after mobility in any case. The course will be uploaded to the IS on the basis of approval of his / her application (after returning from the mobility).

during mobility

Before leaving the host institution, the student arranges the issue and signing of a Confirmation of Placement Period.

after mobility

The student submits the Traineeship Certificate to the authorized person of the department / faculty. Authorized person by signature agrees with the student's completed plan and if it is fulfilled, confirms the original number of credits / list of courses that will be awarded / registered. In the event of changes in the TA, eventually length of stay, number of granted credits / subjects may change.

Upon arrival at the MU, the student submits the required documents to the IS MU (Internships and Stays in the section Student in IS MU), i.e. TA and Traineeship Certificate with all signatures.

After submitting the required documents, the application will allow to enter the recognized subject(s) into IS MU (Placement Abroad, or its equivalent from the subject offer of student’s field of study at MU, or another corresponding subject from MU as registered in the Confirmation of Placement Period). The subject is entered as a new subject with the same name from the Confirmation of Placement Period and is recognized as a specific subject from the faculty catalogue.

Assessment and completion of recognized subjects is based on evaluation and completion methods at MU (an overview is available here).

In the case of a two-semester traineeship, the student has at least one subject (covering a placement abroad) recognized in one semester. In total, the credits of all these courses must match the sum of all credits in the Confirmation of Placement Period.

Consult registering of the subject Placement abroad with the Office for Studies of the Faculty.

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International cooperation in doctoral programmes

Intercultural dimension in philology doctoral programmes

The international cooperation is strongly supported within these 11 modernized doctoral progammes:

Part of the study curriculum of mentioned innovated programmes are internships at contracted foreign universities (see the For Students tab on this website). A foreign mobility extends the student's language skills and at the same time increases his / her chances of success with employers in an international environment.

The best students from the 11 modernized philology programs will have internships paid directly from project sources under advantageous conditions. The inter-university contracts and mobilities of the Erasmus program, which are mediated by the Center for International Cooperation of MU and our International Relations Office of the Faculty of Arts, can be used for the implementation of other students' internships.

International cooperation was established within the project no. CZ.02.2.69/0.0/0.0/16_018/0002693 “Intercultural dimension in philology doctoral programmes”.

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