Costs and conditionsJuly 14th - July 24th 2018
- Current students from the EU member states + Norway, Switzerland, Iceland, USA, Canada
- Current students from the non-EU countries that are not specifically listed in the section above
- Special cases (see the Scholarship section bellow)
- Tuition and reading materials
- Housing and two meals per day (breakfast and lunch/dinner)
- Travel pass for public transport in Prague
- Fieldtrips, cultural activities, sports and other special events
Fee does NOT cover travel costs to Prague and other personal expenses (e.g. pocket money).
Prague-based students who have their own accommodation get a 20% discount!
Apply before January 31st to get a 10% early-bird discount!
Scholarships and financial aid
To reflect the growing numbers of application from the non-European states, we have decided to introduce a reduced tariff. This rule applies for applicants from the countries outside of the EU (except for Norway, Iceland, Switzerland, USA and Canada, where the standard fee applies). Reduced fee is also offered to those who apply before January 31, 2018.
In special cases, also students falling to the “standard fee” category can apply for the lower fee – in this case, we will ask you to submit a transcript of grades from the last two years of university (if applicable) and a letter of recommendation. The fee reduction will be awarded to three best candidates, based on the evaluation of the submitted documents.
Please note that unfortunately the EUROPEUM Institute for European Policy is not able to provide students with any additional scholarships. To help cover the fee and travel expenses, students are encouraged to explore funding opportunities available through non-governmental organisations and governmental sources, such as the Open Society Foundation, German Political Foundations (Stiftung), U.S. Embassies or their country’s embassy in the Czech Republic. Local businesses, corporations and employers are often a source for additional scholarship help. We are happy to provide a letter of support for you.
Many of our students also receive grants from their respective universities, through various mobility grants. Try to contact your university for help!
If you find that you cannot participate in the summer school for any reason and yet have already paid the fee, we will refund 90% of the tuition at any moment up until June 21, 2018. The remainder of the sum will be used to cover transfer fees, labour costs, and the cancellation fees of our partners. If you want to cancel your participation after June 21, 2018, however, we cannot reimburse you the paid tuition fee.