Are you thinking about doing a semester abroad? First, it's important to consider what you expect to gain from the experience and how it will fit in with your studies.
The process is as follows:
Give yourself sufficient time.
Different scholarship programs have different deadlines. So start weighing your options as soon as possible.
Select a university and study plan.
Be sure to review all available information about the teaching and evaluation of international students at the host institution.
Choose a suitable scholarship program.
There are a plethora of options.
The most popular and, therefore, most student-friendly program within Europe. It offers the possibility to study in over 30 participating countries (traditional Erasumus) as well as other partner countries around the world (Erasmus+ ICM).
Arrange your own study-abroad exchange at a university of your choice anywhere in the world.
Spend a full academic year at one of more than 150 universities in the U.S. or dozens of universities in another 50 countries.
This program offers scholarships for student exchanges within Central Europe.
The Ministry of Education may have an agreement with a country of your interest.
Partner universities & interfaculty agreements
The department has special agreements with Ural Federal University in Yekaterinburg (Russia), The Lauder School of Government, Diplomacy and Strategy (Israel), and the Department of Defense and Strategic Studies at Missouri State University (USA).
This Austro–Czech program offers scholarships especially for study exchanges as part of thesis preparation.
And many others, all of which you can find on the CZS webpage Study placements.
Once you return, don't forget to have your credits recognized.
We will recognize the credits from your completed courses through the course FSSn4410 Study Visit. Don't forget to register for this course for the semester when you'll be abroad.