Dean’s Provision no. 3/2016
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Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Social Sciences


Dean’s Provision no. 3/2016



Title:

Scholarship for a support of humanitary activities outside the Czech Republic


In effect from:

6. 1. 2016


In Prague on 6 January, 2016


 PhDr. Jakub Končelík, Ph.D.

 Dean of the Faculty

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  1. Hereby FSV UK announces a possibility to submit an application for a scholarship for the support of humanitarian activities done by students. The purpose is a recognition of scholarships in the cases deserving a special regard according to § 91 paragraph. 2 písm. e)of an act about high education institutions FSV UK. The reason for scholarship is a support of the students who decided to engage into  society- wide important humanitarian activities outside FSV UK outside the Czech Republic, based on the principle of voluntariness. The aim of the scholarship is to moderate a finacial impact of voluntary activities  (coverage of part of costs for travel expenses and food).

  2. The following forms of activities can be supported:  Activities which were carried out before the day of the release of this measure mainly through renowned humanitarian organizations (i.e. Red Cross, Člověk v tísni etc.), or charity organizations which aim at help, legal and social services, consultancy carried out outside the Czech Republic. The scholarship  can be granted only in case when a student himself without a claim for renumeration, voluntarily and on his own responsibility carries out these activities.

  3. A student who in 2015 carried out an activity described in the article two of this measure lasting 3 days minimum outside the Czech Republic can apply for a scholarship until  30th January 2016 through the form for special purpose scholarships (http://intranet.fsv.cuni.cz/FSVINT-1274.html#9). A student will support his humanitarian activities by certification from a humanitarian organization or by a statutory declaration supported by photograps from the place of performance of voluntary work.

  4. The amount of scholarship is determined for 2 thousand crowns regardless length of a humanitarian activity or its recurrence i.e. one student can get a scholarship only once and that applies also in the case when he studies at FSV more specializations.



PhDr. Jakub Končelík, Ph.D.

               Dean of the Faculty     




Responsible for the accuracy:

Petr Soukup

Vice-Dean for Student Affairs, Statutary Deputy Dean









Dean’s Provision no. 3/2016





Charles University in Prague, Faculty of Social Sciences


Dean’s Provision no. 3/2016



Title:

Scholarship for a support of humanitary activities outside the Czech Republic


In effect from:

6. 1. 2016


In Prague on 6 January, 2016


 PhDr. Jakub Končelík, Ph.D.

 Dean of the Faculty

__________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________


  1. Hereby FSV UK announces a possibility to submit an application for a scholarship for the support of humanitarian activities done by students. The purpose is a recognition of scholarships in the cases deserving a special regard according to § 91 paragraph. 2 písm. e)of an act about high education institutions FSV UK. The reason for scholarship is a support of the students who decided to engage into  society- wide important humanitarian activities outside FSV UK outside the Czech Republic, based on the principle of voluntariness. The aim of the scholarship is to moderate a finacial impact of voluntary activities  (coverage of part of costs for travel expenses and food).

  2. The following forms of activities can be supported:  Activities which were carried out before the day of the release of this measure mainly through renowned humanitarian organizations (i.e. Red Cross, Člověk v tísni etc.), or charity organizations which aim at help, legal and social services, consultancy carried out outside the Czech Republic. The scholarship  can be granted only in case when a student himself without a claim for renumeration, voluntarily and on his own responsibility carries out these activities.

  3. A student who in 2015 carried out an activity described in the article two of this measure lasting 3 days minimum outside the Czech Republic can apply for a scholarship until  30th January 2016 through the form for special purpose scholarships (http://intranet.fsv.cuni.cz/FSVINT-1274.html#9). A student will support his humanitarian activities by certification from a humanitarian organization or by a statutory declaration supported by photograps from the place of performance of voluntary work.

  4. The amount of scholarship is determined for 2 thousand crowns regardless length of a humanitarian activity or its recurrence i.e. one student can get a scholarship only once and that applies also in the case when he studies at FSV more specializations.



PhDr. Jakub Končelík, Ph.D.

               Dean of the Faculty     




Responsible for the accuracy:

Petr Soukup

Vice-Dean for Student Affairs, Statutary Deputy Dean