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About Immunology, PhD - at Faculty of Science, Charles University, Prague

The field studies the mechanisms of immune reactions at the cellular and molecular level in normal and pathological conditions.

Immunology is a dynamically evolving field integrating the knowledge of molecular and cell biology, physiology, histology and functional morphology (in the context of evolution and ontogeny) into a single entity, the link between which is the immune system. The immune system is a system of molecules, cells and tissues involved in the immune response. Topics such as transplantation, allergy, immune deficiency, autoimmunity, immunosuppression, immunotherapy, and antitumor immunity are typical areas of interest for immunologists.

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Fees, Funding and Scholarships at Faculty of Science, Charles University, Prague

This text facilitates quick navigation of the various types of scholarships but does not provide a full list of rules and policies regulating this field. The granting and payments of scholarships is governed primarily by the Scholarships and Bursaries Rules of Charles University (cuni.cz/UKEN-727.html), the Rules for Granting Scholarships at FSc, and the relevant measures issued by the Dean (natur.cuni.cz/fakulta/studium/bc-nmgr/predpisy-a-poplatky/stipendia; Czech only).

Students may obtain the following scholarships:

  • accommodation bursary;
  • bursary for a student in difficult social circumstances;
  • scholarship for outstanding academic achievement (“mark-based”);
  • bursary in a case worthy of special consideration;
  • bursary to support study abroad;
  • bursary for a CU student in an acutely difficult situation;
  • bursary to support study in the Czech Republic;
  • bursary for excellent research, development, innovation, artistic, or other creative achievements contributing to enhanced knowledge;
  • scholarship for RDI (research, development, and innovation) under special legislation;
  • motivation bursary for 1st year bachelor’s programme students;
  • motivation bursary for 1st year post-bachelor’s programme students;
  • sports bursary;
  • doctoral bursary.

Certain scholarships are granted to students automatically (without student applications), whereas others are granted further to an application (electronic or paper, depending on the type of scholarship). Bursaries are neither taxed nor included in stated income. You can find answers to frequently asked questions regarding scholarships on the Faculty website (natur.cuni.cz/fakulta/studium/helpdesk/faq-stipendia; Czech only).

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