Although there are application deadlines, students are accepted on a rolling basis. In order to allow time to carefully review all student application materials, an email notifying the application status to Prague Summer Schools will be sent to applicants approximately 14 days after the application is received. Applications received by the Early Bird application deadline of June 31st will receive preference in admission decisions. Late applications may be considered. However, late applicants run the risk of finding the program full. All students will be informed about admissions decisions by May 1st. Participants will be selected according to the following three criteria:
Approximately 30 students will be admitted to every program of Prague Summer School. We intend to restrict the class size to ensure interactive courses and discussions. We aim to create a truly international student body. Students must be currently enrolled in a college or university or be recent graduates. The Prague Summer Schools admits both undergraduate and graduate-level students. Priority will be given to students with at least some academic background related to the topics of Prague Summer Schools. Nevertheless, students of other academic backgrounds, but with strongly demonstrated interest in the Summer School topic, will be considered on an equal basis. Students admitted to Prague Summer Schools are expected to participate fully in the program by attending all classes, lectures and social events.
The program fee for early-bird applications: 740 EUR
The program fee for students who submit their applications after January 31st: 790 EUR
The program fee covers:
Students are responsible for their travel to Prague, dinners, and personal expenses. The individual deadlines for the receipt of payment will be stated in the official letter of acceptance. Payment plans can be arranged. The final deadline for receiving payments is the 1st of May.
Unfortunately, as a non-profit organization, SCHOLA EMPIRICA is not able to provide students with financial aid. Nonetheless, we do encourage students to explore funding opportunities available through their home universities, non-governmental organizations, and government sources. A good place to start the search is www.scholarshipportal.com.
Accepted students may ask for documents they need for their scholarship application(s).