How to Apply

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Deadline for Erasmus Mundus scholarship applicants: 15 JANUARY 2024

Self-funding applications are accepted after 15 January 2024 and will be evaluated in several rounds:

Early bird (required for non-EU/EEA applicants): 1 MARCH 2024
Second application round: 1 APRIL 2024
Third application round: 1 MAY 2024

The application is submitted via common consortium online application tool, which can be found under the following link:

Application Requirements

Specific requirements More information
language test Students should have a sufficient Level of English, certified by a CAE, TOEFL or IELTS test.MINIMUM SCORES ENGLISH TEST:


  • TOEFL Internet-based - a total score of 93 with at least 24 (scale 0-30) in the written test
  • IELTS minimum overall score 6.5, with no subcomponent (listening, reading, writing, speaking) scoring lower than 6
  • CAE Cambridge Certificate in Advanced English: C1; CPE Cambridge Proficiency in English: C2
  • The TOEFL iBT Special Home Edition Test is considered valid for the purposes of enrolment. However, tests which provide an indicative score (such as IELTS Indicator) are not accepted.

If your score is lower than the above-mentioned scores, you are not eligible for the programme.

previous education Candidates must have completed an academic BA degree in either the Arts, Humanities or Social Sciences or in a relevant discipline to Euroculture, e.g: European Studies, History, International Relations, Cultural Studies, Literature, Sociology, Political Sciences, Anthropology, Philosophy, Communication and Media Studies, International/ European Law, Theology.
other admission requirements Additional application requirements and conditions, as well as extensive information on the application procedure, may be found on our Consortium Website: 

Selection criteria include motivation; academic qualifications; language skills (preferably in European languages); research experience and professional experience.

Applications MUST include the following documents

  • Completed application form
  • Academic credentials, with copy of Diploma and, if available, Diploma Supplement
  • Certified copies of academic transcripts
  • Academic and professional CV
  • Letter of motivation
  • English proficiency test
  • Two reference letters
  • A copy of the applicant’s passport
  • Passport-sized photos

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The tuition fee of the Euroculture Programme is a result of a complicated calculation of the total costs and other funding in the member universities. It was calculated by the consortium as a common admission fee of the whole consortium. The fee will account for all the fees that the students are normally asked to pay in the individual universities in all the four semesters, including the tuition fee, the diploma fees, registration fees etc.

Participation costs for EU/EEA citizens

The fee is € 9000 (maximum) including insurance; without the insurance the fee is calculated to € 8100 (maximum).

The total amount of € 8100 (or € 9000 with insurance) is to be paid to the University of Groningen (Rijksuniversiteit Groningen), which then redistributes the fees to the individual universities.

The students may apply for an additional consortium waiver, which is € 1 800 for 2024-2026.

The system of the payment is organized by the coordinating institution, the University of Groningen. For further information see the consortium website or contact the general coordinator of the programme ( The students can ask for financial support from various programmes – for more details see Scholarships.

Participation costs for all other countries 

For citizens of all other countries (non-EU and non-EEA), the tuition fee is € 18 000. Payment is due to the University of Groningen, Netherlands. For details see the consortium consortium website.


For studying Euroculture programme, students can apply for different kinds of scholarships.

Each year, Euroculture consortium offeres 20 Erasmus Mundus Scholarships which cover all programme costs. Self-funding students, who choose Palacký Unveirsity as their 1st unviersity can apply for various scholarships to help cover their living costs.

Erasmus Mundus Scholarship

Third-country students as well as European students may apply for ERASMUS MUNDUS SCHOLARSHIP. Only a limited number of grants are available each year and the students applying for this grant must submit their the application before 10 JANUARY 2024 (no exceptions are possible).


The student grant covers the participation costs, a monthly allowance for living costs and a contribution to travel and installation costs. Each grantee will receive EUR 1,000 each month for living costs during the 24 months duration of the programme. The scholarship also includes a contribution to travel and installation and any other type of costs to be paid in two installments, as well as the Euroculture participation costs of EUR 9.000 (EU students) / 18.000 (non-EU students) including health insurance coverage 24 months.- for the entire time of the studies.

For the eligibility criteria please check the consortium website:

Scholarships for self-funding students

Palacký university offers many types of scholarships, for which only the students already enrolled in the Euroculture programme are eligible. The sum of all scholarships exceeds the amount of tuition fee paid by a student on the beginning of his/her study.

To receive any funding from Palacký University students must have a bank account in the Czech republic.


Please contact Euroculture Olomouc Coordinator for more information.

Erasmus+ (study and internship during studies)

Semester: 2nd and 3rd (also 4th if needed)

Lenght: 12 months during Master studies

Can be used for both study (2nd sem.) and research track/internship (3rd sem.)

Erasmus+ can be used within the EU only.

Please note that the sum of money for each month coves only part of the overall monthly expences you will have. 

From Spring semester 2022 fees are as following: 

  • Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, Francie, Italy, Cyprus, Malta, Germany, The Netherlands, Portugal, Austria, Greece, Spain: 600 EUR (study)/ 750 EUR (internship) per month
  • Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia, North Macedonia, Turkey: 480 EUR (study)/ 630 EUR (internship) per month


Erasmus+ Alumni internship funding

Semester: after graduation

Lenght: 12 months of Erasmus+ funding in total

In the 2nd year of study students can apply for alumni/after graduation Erasmus+ internship funding. All the conditions, information and requrements are identical to those for regular Erasmus+.

PLEASE NOTE: as this is part of Erasmus+ programme, it counts into 12 months of Erasmus+ for Master studies. This means students should decide in advance and very carefully how they want to use and divide those 12 months.

From Spring semester 2022 fees are as following: 

  • Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, Belgium, Francie, Italy, Cyprus, Malta, Germany, The Netherlands, Portugal, Austria, Greece, Spain: 750 EUR per month
  • Bulgaria, Croatia, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia, North Macedonia, Turkey: 630 EUR per month


Freemover mobility

Semester: 3rd semester

Lenght: max. of 10 months

Freemover mobility is offered by Faculty of Arts, Palacký University. It can be used to co-fund 3rd semester mobility to one of the four non-European partner unviersities.

Fees level depends on the average living costs of chosen country, but up to approx. 750 EUR per month. This type of funding also depends on money allocated for this type of mobility at the Faculty of Arts each year.


Palacký University funding - internship

Semester: 3rd semester

Lenght: 6 months

This type of scholarship can be used to help cover costs for 3rd semester internship in non-Erasmus+ countries (e.g. Switzerland, USA, Canada, Australia, Japan and more. However, in case of Euroculture the institution have to be connected to Europe or EU in some way.

Monthly fee is calculated depending on the country of the internship. Students also receive a financila benefit to help cover the travel costs.


Euroculture network scholarship

Semester: 3rd semester

Lenght: 6 months

Scholarship for students who want to spend 3rd semester on a research track at one of the non-EU partner universities.

Fees are approx. 500 EUR per month plus travel costs.


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