Višegrad Group Offers Stipends for Study in Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland

studentiThe Embassy of Poland to BiH and the International Višegrad Fund organized a seminar in Sarajevo at the Economics Faculty called “New Opportunities in BiH-Grants and Stipends of the Višegrad Fund”.

Students and nonprofit organizations were given valuable information on grants for projects from democratization, transition and human rights and the opportunity to study in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovakia and Poland.

The Polish Embassy, in the framework of its Presidency of the Višegrad Group, held a seminar in Banja Luka yesterday, today in Sarajevo and tomorrow in Mostar.

“Every student in BiH can apply to study with the support of the International Višegrad Fund. Students can choose a study program in English or Czech, Hungarian, Slovak or Polish after they apply and enter the competition. Every students has available to them a certain amount of money for a monthly basis if the study is conducted in one of the four mentioned countries’’, said Kristina Žukovska – Efendić, Assistant for Press, Culture and Information of the Polish Embassy to BiH.

The International Višegrad Fund is an organization with a seat in Bratislava. It was formed by the governments of the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia and was given the name Višegrad Group. The Višegrad Fund promotes cooperation in the region through a number of grant and stipend programs for students.

(Source: Fena)

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