Are you fascinated by self-driving vehicles?
Would you like to be part of a mixed Bavarian-Hungarian student team competing with other teams? Would you like to prepare for a career in the international automotive industry?
If yes, apply for the Bavarian-Hungarian interdisciplinary student project on self-driving vehicles!
Students and young academics from Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia, Slovenia and Ukraine with intermediate German knowledge (at least B1-level) are eligible to apply. Application deadline: March 21st, 2024. Further information
Students and early-stage researchers currently enrolled at Bavarian universities, technical colleges and art schools can apply for scholarships from our partner countries for study stays and grants for summer language courses in Eastern Europe. Please note the various application deadlines.
Advanced students and early-stage researchers from Eastern Europe or Bavaria have the possibility to apply – in cooperation with an academic supervisor from a Bavarian university – for mobility grants for a research sojourn in Bavaria or Eastern Europe. Deadline for applications: April 29, 2024. Further information
BAYHOST offers to students of Bavarian universities the possibility to apply for flexible internship grants in order to facilitate internships and gain experience in Eastern Europe.
Deadline for applications: May 10, 2024. Further Information
The Bavarian-Czech Academic Agency is affiliated with the Bavarian Academic Center for Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (BAYHOST) as its own department and acts as the central point of contact for all aspects of bilateral cooperation between Bavaria and the Czechia in the field of higher education and science.
The funding of BTHA encompasses grants for study abroad programs, language courses, summer and winter schools in both countries as well as mobility grants for internships, research travels and excursions; moreover it focuses on support of bilateral academic projects and conferences in Bavaria and the Czech Republic. Further information about BTHA
Nikolas Djukić, Executive Director of the Bavarian Academic Centre for Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe, gave a presentation to representatives of the academic community at the South East European Centre for Entrepreneurial Learning (SEECEL) on Wednesday, 11 October.
During the meeting, the participants exchanged information on potential new ways of cooperation, primarily regarding the organization of interdisciplinary and international summer schools, stronger networking aimed at the development of scientific and research projects and strengthening academic mobility. Read more
BAYHOST organizes as part of the Taras Shevchenko Program a coordination office for Ukraine, which bundles support and assistance offers for Ukrainian students and scientists and is available to them as a contact point. Further information
BAYHOST expresses solidarity with its partner organizations in science and higher education, grant holders and alumni from Ukraine and condems the Russian attack against Ukraine.
The attack against Ukraine damages the fruitful and friendly cooperation with partner organizations both in Ukraine and Russia that has been growing for many years.
Our thoughts are with the Ukrainian scientists, students, alumni and their families.
BAYHOST will support students exchange and academic cooperation with Ukraine even more strongly in the future.
B A Y H O S T - scholarship holder, Julia V. Gerasimova, reports on her personal experiences in Bavaria as researcher and contributes to the Research in Bavaria blog: "My New Life in Bavaria. A blog by international researchers". Read more
Here you will find information about cooperation requests from universities in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe. Further information