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Studying abroad? No problema, amigo!

Are you active? Do you like traveling, meeting new people and try unfamiliar things? Do you speak a foreign language and would like it better practice in practice? Studying at a university abroad, you then bring countless opportunities for all of these benefits apply.

Are you active? Do you like traveling, meeting new people and try unfamiliar things? Do you speak a foreign language and would like it better practice in practice? Studying at a university abroad, you then bring countless opportunities for all of these benefits apply.

Are you worried that studying in a foreign country too expensive? This may not ever be. The following lines will guide you to obtain various grants. That you do not want to study abroad this year? Similarly, no problem – There are programs since a month. The whole procedure for obtaining a grant is too complicated, do not understand? The university will be available to the coordinator in the department of foreign relations, which will explain everything and help you. Provide detailed information and Web sites of specific institutions.

SOCRATES ** **

Socrates is not the most popular educational program of the European Union. In their project supports the development of a European education. Grants are offered to institutions and individuals – and here is your big chance to look abroad at very favorable terms. For university students is the most attractive sub-Erasmus, so he will dedicate a little more detail. Through the Erasmus can travel to most European countries. The biggest concern is regularly Germany and France. The popularity of this project is growing, as evidenced by the statistics – in 1999 emigrated from the Republic with 879 Erasmus students, last year it was the 4178th Most students sent Charles University, Masaryk University also, as well as CTU. The financing of the project involving the EU and the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports. The 2005/2006 school year the grant was set at the average contribution of 350 EUR per month. This amount is intended to help cover the increased cost of study. Expected but also investment by the student, and approx. 100–150 per month. These are some of the conditions for applicants for Erasmus:

  • Be enrolled into the study program of the school, which is involved in this project
  • CR have citizenship, permanent residence in the Republic or refugee status
  • Due to end at least the first year at university or college

Erasmus is open to private high schools.

More information: www.sokrates.cz. ": Http://www.vy­sokeskoly.cz




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