The project Interstud supports excellent students of technical and natural science programmes especially from the following countries: Belarus, Ukraine.
The project support is focused on students involved in bachelor and masters study programs taught in the Czech language and offered by the faculties of UWB participating in the project.
Students involved in the Interstud project and accepted for studies at UWB will complete an intensive three months Czech language course (organised from June to beginning of September).
For information regarding doctoral study programmes see relevant faculties/departments and International Office of the University of West Bohemia.
Applicants for the Interstud project support are always requested to include word “INTERSTUD”, their name, code of the relevant faculty in the correspondence (e.g. INTERSTUD, Tolstoy, FAV). The faculties of the University of West Bohemia (UWB) offers and guarantees study programmes. For detailed information please contact relevant faculty. Updated information for relevant academic year is available on-line.
ONLY some faculties of UWB are interested in participating in the project INTERSTUD – Faculty of Applied Sciences, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Electrical Engineeing, Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, Ladislav Sutnar Faculty of Design and Art and Faculty of Philosophy and Arts! The list of all UWB faculties is available for download in PDF format.
International Office, email@example.com,
+420-377 635 767
Interstud advisor: firstname.lastname@example.org
There is a limited number of university scholarships for excellent students available. They cover fully or partly the costs of living. The Interstud project is designed especially for technical and natural sciences. The Interstud project support is designed only for students who have already graduated from the secondary school and are over 18 years old! There are no tuition fees for Czech study programmes. Applicant for the Czech study programme must pay an administration fee covering expenses related to the process of admission. The administration fee is 500 CZK.
There are no tuition fees for Czech study programmes. Applicant for the Czech study programme must pay an administration fee covering expenses related to the process of admission. The administration fee is 500 CZK.
There are tuition fees of 4.000 EUR per year for study programmes in foreign language. Applicant for foreign language study programme must pay an administration fee covering expenses related to the process of admission. The administration fee is 500 CZK.
Please read carefully the following information before filling in a Preliminary Registration Form (PAF) and a Complete Application Form (CAF) and university application e-form.
Preliminary registration form (PAF) is an electronic registration of applicants for study at UWB in study programmes with INTERSTUD scholarship support. This is not equal to a regular application but necessary to fill in for those who want to get the INTERTUD scholarship support. It will be later supplemented by the regular application represented by Complete application form (CAF) and university application e-form and other obligatory documents.
Complete application form (CAF) is a detailed application form requiring more details about your study background. For detailed information see the faculty office.
University application e-form is an application form designed for all applicants. Please fill in this form as well.
All enclosed documents (in paper form for CAF) must be ORIGINALS OR CERTIFIED COPIES and must be sent to the faculty office in Czech or English language. You can find more information in PDF format.
Bank contact for payment of administration/tuition fees is available in PDF format.
Instructions how to get your specific symbol: .......... (your PIN; see instruction).
The application can only be considered after the fee has been received. It is obligatory to send a confirmation of the fee payment. Please send it scanned to the e-mail: email@example.com and to the e-mail address of the relevant faculty.
The entrance committee can suggest level of university scholarship up to 4000 CZK per month in the first year of study for some courses. The scholarship support depends on the level of Czech language preparation of the student!
Every semester, student must submit a request for scholarship for the following semester. In the request student states his study results; the results must be confirmed by the study department of a particular faculty.
It is strongly recommended to apply for a visa as soon as a student gets the decision of admission to study at the UWB!
Please be aware that you should be in the Czech Republic for beginning of the Czech language intensive course (ideally, at the end of May)! Participation in this course is obligatory for INTERSTUD students!
The successful applicants become UWB students on the day of personal registration at UWB. The registration dates will be announced in the letter confirming the applicant’s admission to UWB.
As UWB cannot cover the cost of the students’ medical treatment, applicants are advised to make the arrangements themselves.
According to the Czech law, it is necessary that all foreign students of the University of West Bohemia present at the beginning of their studies (at the beginning of academic year in September at the latest) documents proving nostrification/recognition of their previous study degrees.
Students who fail to present these documents will not be issued their Bachelor/Master diploma at the University of West Bohemia. The scholarship support can be reduced in case a student does not submit the validation of its previous foreign study in time.
Students in Bachelor programme must present nostrification of their secondary school education. Students in Master programme must present nostrification of their Bachelor degree.
Nostrified/Recognized documents approve that the applicant’s previous study degrees are equal to the Czech ones. They are issued in the Czech Republic by the Regional Authority (nostrification of secondary school education) in the student’s place of residence and by the relevant university (recognition of Bachelor degree).