Tuition and fees

Since 1 September 2012, the tuition fee for the Energy Security Studies program is 1500 euro per semester (3000 euro per year or 6000 euro for the whole degree program).

See the tuition fees section on university website for reference.

The tuition fee covers:

  • tuition,
  • student administration,
  • access to the library and computers,
  • access to other university facilities,
  • course readers,
  • e-learning and comfortable WWW access to electronic versions of study materials (all compulsory course readings are available on the university Intranet),
  • other digital resources.

The tuition fee does not cover room, board, insurance or the cost of student trips.

Tuition fees are payable at the beginning of the semester. As proof of payment, an invoice will be issued by the economic division. If requested, the tuition fee could be paid in two installments.

The program is also open to students whose aim is not to study for a graduate degree, but only to earn credits. These students may enroll in individual courses of their choice. The tuition fees for these courses are proportional to the number of credits.

Scholarships at Masaryk University

All degree students at Masaryk University can use a wide range of study abroad scholarships to spend a semester at our European or overseas partner universities. See the Mobility Section of the Faculty website for more information. Each semester, there are also accommodation scholarships available as a small contribution to living costs. Apart from this, the Faculty of Social Studies can offer scholarships from its own fund, see below.

Scholarships from the FSS scholarship fund

The Faculty of Social Studies supports its best students by scholarships. In the second year of study, three best students of each degree program with the study average below 1.5 are awarded scholarships of 1200, 800 and 400 Euros. Other scholarships are awarded for best essays in the social sciences (I. A. Blaha prizes each year in May), publications in impacted journals and other activities contributing to the representation of the university. Mobility scholarships for study abroad stays that are difficult to finance from the large exchange schemes are available to support the international dimension of studies. Students are informed about the scholarship programs regularly.

You can find all MU and FSS scholarships summarized here in the documents in IS.

Department Scholarships 

Besides, the Energy Security Studies program can offer a scholarship on the basis of its own criteria that fully or partly covers the tuition fee, but does not include other costs to the student such as travel, accommodation, board, books required for study courses, and other living expenses. The scholarship is open to current students only. The deadline for application is June 15.

Download the scholarship application form here [.doc, 200 kB]

Other Tips for Financing your Studies

Erasmus Mundus Action II

Masaryk University is a member of 8 consortia of EM2 program. In total, there are several dozens of partner universities, which can send students for exchange or graduates for the whole degree to MU. If you are a student of these consortia members or a graduate from relevant countries, you should consider financing your studies via this program scholarships. More information via Central IRO of Masaryk University page.

International Visegrad Fund

www.visegradfund.org/scholarships - offers scholarships for studies in the countries of the Visegrad Group to citizens of the following countries: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Russia and Serbia (Kosovar scholars are eligible, as well), as well as the countries of the Visegrad Group

Soros Foundation – Open Society Institute

http://www.soros.org/grants - offers scholarships within its diverse programs

IEFA – International Education Financial Aid

http://www.iefa.org

Rotary Club

http://www.rotary.org/ - through Rotary Club programs, young people can earn scholarships, travel on cultural exchanges, or help a community through a service project.

UNESCO commissions

A limited number of scholarships is offered to students from developing countries who file their applications with the respective National UNESCO Commissions. For contact information on individual local offices see http://www.unesco.org/

International Scholarships Com

browse www.internationalscholarships.com

Scholarship Net Info

www.scholarshipnet.info

Further, explore your country government schemes and scholarships, and the websites of major foundations.