The Bolzano Prize
The Bolzano prize is a prestigious award of the Charles University in Prague. It is awarded to the students of Charles University for outstanding creative work in interdisciplinary research during their studies.This is an extraordinary appreciation for the individual students.
The proposal is usually submitted to the study department of the FSV. The Faculty nominates only a single proposal to the UK, thus the proposal submission needs to be consulted with the deputy head of the institute (Roman Horváth). Unambiguously, the priority is given to dissertations, then master thesis and bachelor thesis afterwards.
The deadline for submission of the proposals is September 15.
For further information (in Czech) see: http://www.cuni.cz/UK-381.html
The Karel Engliš Prize by the Charles University Rector
The prize is awarded to excellent students of the bachelor´s or master´s study program at the end of their studies for achievement in extraordinary scientific, sport or cultural results.
Nominations for the prize are given by the Deputy Director of the IES (Roman Horváth), which is usually for the best bachelor´s or master´s thesis defended in the June term. The deadline for submission of the proposals is mid-June 2011 after final master state examinations.
The Bachelor award has a value of 6.000,- CZK and the Master award has a value of 10.000,- CZK.
For further information (in Czech) see: http://www.cuni.cz/UK-382.html
The Special Award by the Charles University Rector
The prize is awarded to students during their studies for an act demonstrating extraordinary civil bravery or civil self-sacrifice, for achieving extraordinary scientific results during their studies, and, alternatively, for outstanding cultural or artistic activity or great sport results in international competitions.
The Prize, in the amount of 15.000,- CZK, is awarded occasionally. Proposal is submitted by the Dean of the faculty to the Rector on the meeting of the Scientific Council of FSV UK.
For further information (in Czech) see: http://www.cuni.cz/UK-383.html
The Josef Vavroušek Prize
- the prize is awarded yearly for works concerning natural, cultural and society dependencies
- the competition has 2 categories: student and scientific
- applicants are usually students, doctoral students and young researchers from Charles University up to the age of 35 years
- the deadline for submissions of the applications is: June
- the prize is co-funded by Josef and Petra Vavroušek scholarship (10.000,- CZK to 15.000,- CZK)
Proposals are processed by Dr. Jiří Kameníček from IES. They are usually excellent bachelor or master thesis focused on environmental economics or a closely related field (economics of developing countries, economics of public sector).
For further information (in Czech) see: http://www.cuni.cz/UK-409.html
The Ministry of Education Award
The Prize is awarded to excellent students of the bachelor, master or doctoral study program for extraordinary study results and scientific, research, artistic or other creative activity. The Prize is usually a diploma, a gift or endowment in the value of 15.000,- CZK. Proposals are submitted by University rectors by August 31st each year. Proposal for graduates can be submitted no later than one year from the end of their studies. Usually there are 5 prizes awarded each year.
IES recommends only excellent dissertation thesis or extraordinary master thesis (very rare). Ambitious, interested students should contact the deputy head of IES (Roman Horváth).
Proposals are sent by the faculty no later than 30.5.
For further information (in Czech) see: http://www.cuni.cz/UK-1911.html
The Josefa Hlávka Prize
The Prize is designed for talented students of the bachelor, master or doctoral studies up to the age off 33, who demonstrate exceptional capabilities and creativity in the field.
The Prize, in the amount of 20.000,- CZK is awarded to each winner.
The proposal award should be sent to the Board rectors of Czech universities in Prague, one from each faculty and according to the agreed rules no more than one candidate. The Faculty send proposals to the Rector of Charles University by 30 May, the tdeadline for proposals to the Board is 31 July.
For further information (in Czech) see: http://www.cuni.cz/UK-1912.html
The Young Economist Prize and The Karel Engliš Prize of the Czech Society of Economics
Both competitions are designated to the Czech citizens or students of the Czech Universities (bachelor, master or doctoral study) up to the age of 30 years. Each of the applicants is allowed to submit only one work no longer than 30 pages including abstract, keywords and JEL classification codes. It is also necessary to fill in the application form from www.cse.cz.
The Deadline for submission of the applications: 15th, October
For further information (in Czech) see: http://www.cse.cz/cs/souteze-ceny/mlady-ekonom/
The Frantisek Vencovsky Prize
Rector of the University of Finance and Administration Dr. Bohuslav Šenkýřová announce the third annual competition of the Frantisek Vencovsky Price for young researchers under 35 years on the topic: ”The Czech and world economy following the global financial crisis.“ The winner will be awarded in the amount of CZK 200 000. Results will be announced at an international conference at the Congress Centre CNB in November 2011.
The Deadline for submission of the applications with abstracts in Czech or English and a brief CV with a list of publications - till 31 July, 2013.
Submitting the original paper with a defined thematic focus in Czech or English language in maximum range of 20 pages - till 29 September, 2013.
For further information (in Czech) see: http://www.vsfs.cz/cena/
The Czech Head Award
Prize for the best personalities in science and technology for its innovative approach, the most striking achievement, professional or scientific activities of Ph.D. students (DOCTORANDUS), bachelor's and master's students (Gaudeamus). The reward for the winner of DOCTORANDUS is CZK 100 000, of GAUDEAMUS is CZK 60 000.
The Deadline: 30 June
For further information (in Czech) see: http://www.ceskahlava.cz/index.php
The Czech Econometric Competition
This competition is designated for students of the Czech Universities including doctoral students. It is possible to apply with bachelor or master thesis or its part, not possible to apply with all doctoral dissertation or thesis already been in competition before or more thesis of same author. The thesis should be maximum of 25 pages. It deals with the problem in theoretical economics, ie, mathematical economics, econometrics and mathematical modeling of economic phenomena of the world.
The Deadline: 20 April
For further information (in Czech) see: http://ces.utia.cas.cz/competition.html
ČEZ Foundation Prize
Competition of research and technical projects for Univeristy fellows in energetics and electrotechnics. IES students are recommended to send their work to "Economics of engineering". 12th year of the ČEZ Foundation Prize were announced, proposition here. The faculties of Higher Education Institutions held student scientific conferences or training department of the above fields to select their seminars and the best known works from each area. Topics may be your own, selected departments, and selected topics from published on http://www.cez.cz. Final will be on 28th Prague, June 2011, the building of ČEZ, Duhová 1, Prague 4, by a one-day conference at which each participant will defend their results by poster presentation.
The Deadline for submission of the applications for department: 31st May
Finalists send abstract (max. 500 words), article in range min. 3 A4 pages in the proceedings and biography : till 11 June
For further information see: http://www.cez.cz/cs/vyzkum-a-vzdelavani/pro-studenty/souteze/cena-nadace-cez-pro-vysoke-skoly.html
IES FSV UK and ČSOB organize a competition for the best bachelor or master thesis on "Banking, trust and finance". The deadline for submitting your theses is 1st October 2014. More information is available by clicking on the link above or at the website dedicated to the cooperation of IES and ČSOB.
RENOMIA award in development economics
Institute of Economic Studies, Faculty of Social Sciences, Charles University in Prague in collaboration with RENOMIA, a. s. announces second edition of a competition for the best student work on the topic related to economic development, poverty or inequality. The winning work will receive a RENOMIA Award of CZK 30 000. More details about the competition can be downloaded here, the application form here.
Registration: till 30th November, 2013
For further information please follow this link.
We have received a palm of the Centre des Professions Financières. The palms are awarded to universities whose students succeeded in international competition of Master’s Theses on Economics and Finance that annually attracts about 200 theses worldwide. We rank equally with London Business School, Frankfurt University, Humboldt University, HEC Montreal, University of Mannheim and Toulouse Graduate School of Management. The deadline is usually December. All Master students who plan to graduate this year are encouraged to apply!
New Economic Talent, CERGE-EI Competition for University Students
The Center for Economic Research and Graduate Education – Economics Institute (CERGE-EI) and the Nadace CERGE-EI foundation invite university students to submit their papers to the New Economic Talent competition. The competition is open to Bachelor's and Master's students in any field, who are interested in contemporary economic issues and wish to understand better the forces and processes that ‘shape the world’. Deadline for submission: 15 March, 2016. Details here.
Cena IUS et SOCIETAS
The Faculty of Social Studies of Masaryk University, the Faculty of Law of Masaryk University and the Jan Hus Education Foundation (hereinafter “Award announcers”) announce in cooperation with the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic, the Supreme Court of the Czech Republic, the Supreme Administrative Court of the Czech Republic, the Supreme Public Prosecutor’s Office of the Czech Republic and the Public Defender of Rights (hereinafter “cooperating institutions”) The Award IUS et SOCIETAS (hereinafter “Award”). Inspiring essays of sociologists,political scientists, jurists, philosophers, economists, and students of other majors are expected with great interest.
The essay must be delivered in electronic form to the address firstname.lastname@example.org and at the same time in written form to the address: The Faculty of Law, Masaryk University, Office for Science, International and External Relations, Veveří 70, 611 80 Brno no later than
Deadline is 31st May.
Další informace: http://www.iusetsocietas.cz/
Dimitris N. CHORAFAS Foundation from Swiss
comes with competition for best doctoral dissertation. The condition for the applicats in 2013 is the termination of doctoral studies in the period from January 1st - December 31st, 2013 , age max 30 years.
International Student Competitions undergraduates in science research activities in the field of mathematics
by the Czech Mathematical Society of Czech Mathematicians and Physicists. The competition, which received international status, culminates final SVOČ student conferences in mathematics in the Czech Republic from 27 to 29 May 2014. It is also suitable for students of economics, see specific sections ( eg, S4). Deadline for applications is 26th April 2014. Details of the competition can be found here.
The National bank of Slovakia (NBS) is lookig for entries for the NBS Governor Award.
The governor of the NBS will grant an award for outstanding dissertation or master thesis in economics.
We are looking for papers in the area of monetary economics, macroeconomics, financial economics or financial stability,
which have original scientific contribution and/or policy implications.
Eligible are students of any Slovak university, or Slovak nationals studying abroad. The governor may grant up to three awards with a reward of 1500, 1000 and 500 eur.
Students from abroad should apply by the end of June to email@example.com.
More information (in Slovak) can be found here:
CEPS announces the third edition of the thesis of the Year - CEPS. The competition is aimed at promoting higher education , increasing the attractiveness of the energy and electricity sectors and to support promising students. Second competition category is focused on economics. The prize for the winner of each category is the 15th 000, - CZK . The deadline for applications is 30 November, 2013.
The mission of the project is to reward those students / graduates who are interested in European affairs and whose thesis will be entered into the competition for the best thesis and was placed among the top ten, by publishing syllabi of these works in the collection "Laboratory of the European Union: a collection of the best dissertations on the topic of EU“.
Those students / graduates whose work is placed on the 1st - 3rd place will receive an extra cash prize.
How to apply:
The competition is intended for students / graduates of a Master's degree program whose thesis in Czech / Slovak or English language deals with European affairs and addresses current topics of the European Union. This work must be defended in the manner customary at the university within the last year before the deadline of this competition.
More about the competition can be found here.