Educational programmes administered by the DZS cover different areas of education. International programmes and activities, offering support in all areas of education, are introduced on these pages. Their target groups are not only domestic, but also foreign students, schools and other educational institutions.
We believe that anybody interested in obtaining support for their educational project or activity, will find useful information here.
The Academic Information Agency provides information on offers of scholarships abroad based on international agreements and on other options for foreign study.
AKTION Czech Republic-Austria, cooperation in science and education, is a programme supporting bilateral cooperation in the tertiary sector through grants and collaborative projects.
CEEPUS (Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies) is a central European university exchange programme focussing on regional cooperation within the network of universities.
The European Credit System for Vocational Education and Training (ECVET) improves the quality of mobility and promotes cooperation between schools and businesses in the Czech Republic and abroad. Learning units, which are the cornerstone of the entire system, describe the knowledge, skills and competencies to be acquired by the internship participant. ECVET thus facilitates the recognition of learning outcomes, improves the transparency of qualifications and promotes lifelong learning.
The second phase of the EEA and Norway Grants was finalised in April 2017.
EEA Grants support study visits and project co-operation with Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein. DZS operates for schools the Programme Education in the third phase of EEA Grants 2014 – 2021.
EPALE – the Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe – is a new pan-European virtual community for adult learning professionals.
Erasmus+ is the European Union's new educational programme for the period from 2014-2020, promoting cooperation and mobility in all areas of education, in professional training and in the area of sport and youth. It is the successor of the Lifelong Learning, Youth in Action and other programmes.
eTwinning promotes online collaboration between schools and teachers at a distance, assisted by digital technologies.
Eurodesk is the European information network for young people, enabling young people and those working with them easy and quick access to European information on study, work abroad, travel or volunteering.
The European Commission’s Euroguidance network is made up of cooperating Centres in 34 European countries, which aim to promote the European dimension in guidance and mobility. The programme’s target group comprises guidance practitioners in the field of education, employment, the non-profit sector and other guidance providers.
The European Schoolnet association (EUN) supports the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in education and the innovative teaching of mathematics, the natural sciences and technical subjects.
The European Solidarity Corps is the new European Union initiative which creates opportunities for young people to volunteer or work in projects in their own country or abroad that benefit communities and people around Europe.
Eurydice is a European information network that collects, monitors, processes and disseminates reliable and easily comparable information on education systems and education policy across Europe.
The European Language Label aims to support new and exceptional activities in the field of language learning, promote such activities towards the professional community and inspire others to introduce such activities into language learning.
Programme to support the Czech cultural heritage abroad helps to improve awareness of the Czech cultural heritage, primarily by sending lecturers in the Czech language to universities in foreign countries and sending teachers to compatriot communities abroad and providing studies to compatriots in the Czech Republic.
The Study in the Czech Republic initiative promotes Czech higher education in order to present foreign students with offers of university education in the Czech Republic and to support Czech universities in their international activities.
Activities providing for university studies or study stays of foreigners – scholarship holders at public Higher Education institutions in the Czech Republic within the framework of the Foreign Development Assistance Programme or on the basis of bilateral intergovernmental agreements on cooperation in the field of education.
Teachers of European schools teach the children of staff of EU institutions, embassies and other representation offices in Brussels, Luxembourg and Munich.