The MAS Programme ranks among the two-year English-language Master's degree programmes taught at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University which impose following tuition fees:
Fees for EU/EEA students: Annual tuition fees are set at 3 000 EUR for EU/EEA students.
Fees for non-EU/non-EEA students: Annual tuition fees are set at 6 000 EUR for non-EU/non-EEA students.
Students of our programmes can take advantage of several possibilities offered by the Faculty of Social Sciences of gaining a scholarship that can help them to finance their studies:
Charles University directly administers these university scholarships for students from developing and transition countries.
The Development Scholarships are available for any degree programme at the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University. The scholarship is administered as a one-time lump-sum payment to selected students to support the student´s basic living costs. Usually, we provide 6 to 8 scholarship per year across all of our fee-based programmes. The exact amount of scholarship can differ based on the number of supported students. Usually, it is about CZK 75 000 (approx. EUR 3 000). The scholarship is provided on a year-by-year basis. The deadline for applications is late April.
You can find details information and how to apply for the scholarship here.
MERITS BASED SCHOLARSHIPS
This scholarship is offered to students with excellent study results each year, and it is administered automatically by the Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University.
The scholarship is paid out in November or December retrospectively for the previous academic year in the form of a one-time lump-sum payment. All students (Czech and English programmes together) who met the scholarship´s criteria are considered for the scholarship awarding. The students are divided into five subgroups according to Institutes. The predefined percentage of students with the best study results within each of these sub-groups is awarded the scholarship. The entire sum of scholarship money for excellent study results will be distributed evenly among all the selected students within the sub-groups. The amount of scholarship can be determined linearly according to study results. The Dean will stipulate the minimum and maximum amount of scholarship and the percentage of students eligible for the scholarship upon the statement obtained from the academic senate.
You can find more detailed rules here.
You can read the basic information in this document.
A basic accommodation bursary is awarded by the Rector of Charles University to all students upon application unless they are subject to an obstacle to granting a bursary, except for students to whom an increased bursary has already been awarded. An increased accommodation bursary is awarded by the Rector based on an application for assessment of the social situation of the student’s household, in accordance with applicable legislation.
The bursary is usually paid in two categories, at two separate rates. The detailed award criteria are set out in a Rector’s directive. The bursary is paid by the Rector’s Office, by way of a non-cash payment to the student’s account. This bursary is paid over ten months in an academic year to a student enrolled in a bachelor’s or master’s programme, and during the whole academic year to a doctoral student. Where a student is enrolled in several programmes of study, this bursary may be awarded and paid only once for the given period.
You can find more information here.