from Academic Year 2024/25, the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles
University, offers the following scholarships to highly qualified
- Computer Science Tuition Fee Scholarships for the Bachelor’s Programme in Computer Science;
- Computer Science Tuition Fee Scholarship for the Master’s Programme in Computer Science;
- Prague Mathematics Tuition Fee Scholarship for the Master’s Programme in Mathematics;
- Prague Physics Tuition Fee Scholarship for the Master’s Programme in Physics;
- PhD students are eligible for a PhD scholarship starting at 10 500 CZK per month. A number of research scholarships for motivated PhD students is also available (see below).
- Learn about Scholarship Awards under bilateral international agreements, Government Scholarships and more on studyin.cz.
- Scholarship of The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports of the Czech Republic (MEYS)
- Prospective free-movers are advised to check whether they are eligible for Scholarships from the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport of the Czech Republic; please note the early application deadline!
Financial support programme for Mathematics PhD Students
Active students are supported with a guaranteed monthly income 20000 CZK (tax exempt). The income can be further increased by participation in research projects and by teaching. Typical total monthly income is expected around 25000 CZK. For more details please contact the head of the respective department or Prof. Vít Dolejší (Vice-Dean for Mathematics).
Employment programme for Computer Science PhD Students
- This programme is intended for PhD students in computer science advised at one of the departments of the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University. PhD students are typically employed at a position corresponding to an academic assistant. A separate application for this position, in addition to enrollment in the PhD program, is necessary.
- The salary for this position together with the stipend guarantees monthly income 22 500 CZK of which about half is tax exempt. The income can be further increased by participation in projects. In the academic year 2019/20, the typical (median) total monthly income for first year PhD students was 29 500 CZK and it is expected to increase moderately during the second to fourth year of study. For details please contact the head of your department or Prof. Jiří Sgall, Vice-Dean for Computer Science.