Funding for outgoing mobilities

Funding for outgoing mobilities

There is a wide range of scholarships and funding schemes to support your mobility.

Other funding options

One-month scholarships for PhD students at University of Vienna in 2021

Our partner university in Vienna offers 4 one-month academic stays suitable for PhD students and postdocs within the framework of the interuniversity cooperation.
The above mentioned academic stays are scheduled for September – December 2021. Each successful candidate reserves the right to receive 1.000 € scholarship per month.
Requested documents (in English):

  • Application form
  • Standardized Curriculum Vitae
  • List of publications
  • Short bibliography related to the research topic
  • Detailed description of the research project and its main purpose
  • Recommendation letter from the CU and grade point average from the previous study
  • Pre-acceptance letter from the University in Vienna (acceptance letter of an academic supervisor)

You may find more information here.

You may find additional details in Research grants 2021 for young researchers within the partnership-agreement with the University of Vienna.

All application forms and documents have to be submitted to the International Office of the Faculty of Social Sciences, to email:, until 20th July, 2021.

The Barrande Fellowship Programme

The Barrande Fellowship Programme supports Czech Ph.D. students going to study in France with a monthly stipend of 1,000 EUR. The programme supports:

  1. short stays for 1 to 3 months
  2. double degree Ph.D. programme under joint supervision (cotutelle de thèse)

The deadline for submitting the application is 26 February 2021.

See the details of the application process here.

Study in Wales Scholarship

Study in Wales is excited to confirm a prestigious new scholarship programme for international students wishing to study at a Welsh University in 2021. 

The Global Wales Postgraduate Scholarship programme offers 24 scholarships - each worth £10,000 - to study a full-time masters programme in Wales. The scholarships are available to students from Vietnam, India, the USA and countries of the European Union. This prestigious scheme is the first scholarship of it’s kind Wales and is funded by the Global Wales Programme – a partnership between the Welsh Government, Universities Wales, The British Council and HEFCW.

Each University in Wales will be offering a minimum of three £10,000 scholarships under the scheme, and you need to have already applied for a place to study an eligible postgraduate programme before they submit your scholarship application.