Do you enjoy doing things for other students and the university?
The Rector's Scholarship Programme is stipulated by the MU Measure No. 15/2018. The purpose of the scholarship programme is:
a) support for student activities that go beyond a single faculty, or go beyond the university, and are not confined to one narrow discipline. These activities relate in particular to the development of formal and non-formal education, the promotion of strategic objectives, the development of values and the representation of the university (in sporting, cultural, social, scientific and research fields);
b) support for university students who have decided to engage in socially significant humanitarian activities based on the principle of volunteering and sharing the values advocated by the university. In particular, it is possible to support such forms of activities that are carried out in cooperation with the university’s partners, through reputable humanitarian organisations (e.g. the Red Cross, People in Need, etc.) or charity organisations focused on assistance, legal and social services, counselling or other appropriate activities, focused on those in difficult circumstances, where the student, voluntarily and at his/her own responsibility, carries out these activities;
c) support for academic self-governance at a university-wide level.
The application form for the MU Rector’s scholarship is available in Document Server (Czech only). Applications are submitted through the Information System by uploading the documents into the appropriate section for applications (Czech only). The applications are processed 3 times a year. In 2024 applications will be collected on February 29, May 15 and October 15.
The minimum requirements of the application are the student's name, surname and university identification number, the faculty of which the applicant is a student, the type of study, the field of study, a description of the project (activity) for which the scholarship will be used, the time and place of implementation of the project, a description of the contribution to MU, a financial balance sheet of the project, whether the student is applying for free promotional items, whether promotional activities for the project are planned, and whether financial support for the project has been requested from other entities within MU or outside MU.
The student who is awarded the scholarship is obliged to ensure the proper implementation of the project (activity) in accordance with the submitted application and to submit a final report on the realization of this project (activity), including an accounting and photo documentation within 14 days of its completion.
The Chancellor's Scholarship Committee determined on 18 October 2022 that student project support does not apply to third party travel costs.