Summer schools

These activities are implemented by individual universities, usually in the form of intensive courses, workshops, and seminars with an accompanying programme. This is in regard to individual student mobility where students themselves choose a summer school they wish to take part in. Neither the VŠE International Office or the Vice-Deans take part in this process, i.e. the students make their own arrangements, which includes choosing a school, securing admission and finally taking part, subject to approval by the home university.

Benefits of this form of mobility

  • Absence of a selection procedure
  • Recognition of the acquired credits toward the student’s study plan
  • Short stay
  • Interesting accompanying programme

Disadvantages of this form of mobility

  • The need for independent communication with the host university
  • The risk of administrative complications from the host university
  • The necessity to pay the participation fee (if required by the host university)

Mobility funding

The Faculty of Management supports its students by means of a scholarship fund where it limits the number of supported students to a maximum of four per academic year. However, it reserves the right, in justified cases, to increase the number of supported students in the given academic year. Students with a combined form of study may also be eligible for support.

In order for a student of the Faculty of Management to receive financial support, he/she must meet the following conditions:

  • The student has, at the time of the application, the total average grade for their current study in the given programme less than or equal to 2.00.
  • The summer school is completed by a certificate that the student can use, or it is possible to recognize credits for attending various subjects at the summer school in the range of at least six ECTS.

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