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Visegrad University Studies Grant (VUSG)

Na stránkách Visegradského fondu byla vyhlášena nová výzva tzv. Visegrad University Studies Grant (VUSG), která je cíleně určena pro veřejné vysoké školy ze sektoru V4.


Hlavní podporovanou aktivitou je zavedení významných kurzů/obor/programů na partnerských univerzitách (sdílení kapacit, know how a lidských zdrojů).


Termín odevzdání: 10. 11. 2015


Výzva v originálním znění:


The Visegrad University Studies Grant (VUSG) is a grant pro­gram designed for uni­ver­si­ties with the aim to pro­mote and sup­port the devel­op­ment and launch­ing of out­stand­ing uni­ver­sity courses or degree pro­grams that deal with spe­cific phe­nom­ena explic­itly related to the Visegrad Group (V4) coun­tries (Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia). The grant is intended as a lump-sum, multiple-installment grant awarded to uni­ver­sity depart­ments, schools or fac­ul­ties, which can present the course’s/program’s thor­ough syllabus/curriculum and con­firm its planned long-term enroll­ment. The sup­ported sums depend on the scope and qual­ity of each project but are intended to be ca. €10,000 per course and €40,000 per degree program).

Any pub­lic or pri­vate uni­ver­sity in the world is eli­gi­ble for the grant. The course/program can be taught in any lan­guage. The course/program is expected to secure for each semes­ter of its enroll­ment at least two/three rel­e­vant guest lec­tur­ers from two V4 coun­tries (oth­ers than that of the applicant).


Deadline: 11:59:59 a.m. on November 10 annu­ally (the results will be announced by the end of January the fol­low­ing year)
Annual bud­get: € 280,000

The project appli­ca­tion must be filled out in English and should include the fol­low­ing attachments:

  1. Professional CV(s) of the coordinator(s);
  2. Extended syl­labus of the course (or cur­ricu­lum of the pro­gram) in English, includ­ing detailed anno­ta­tions of classes/modules and lists of required and addi­tional read­ings (also pos­si­ble to annex the course reader);
  3. Tentative let­ters of agree­ment and CVs from the guest lecturers;
  4. Letter from the statu­tory rep­re­sen­ta­tive of the uni­ver­sity con­firm­ing the long-term enroll­ment of the course in the curriculum/program;
  5. Copy of min­is­te­r­ial accred­i­ta­tion, where applic­a­ble (if not pos­si­ble at the time of appli­ca­tion, it may be sub­mit­ted later before the sign­ing of the con­tract). If accred­i­ta­tion is not required, a doc­u­ment should be sub­mit­ted con­firm­ing that the sup­ported pro­gram is in agree­ment with the national leg­is­la­tion, or a doc­u­ment con­firm­ing the accreditation/approval of the uni­ver­sity which is run­ning the program;
  6. Copy of iden­ti­fi­ca­tion doc­u­ments of the apply­ing insti­tu­tion (these doc­u­ments must con­tain the fol­low­ing: the name of the statu­tory rep­re­sen­ta­tive, the reg­is­tered seat of the orga­ni­za­tion, ID num­ber of the orga­ni­za­tion (e.g. tax ID number);
  7. Course description(s) for each course within a degree program.


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