He studies EU foreign policy and transatlantic relations at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C., where he is also a research assistant at the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service.
He graduated from the University of Economics in Prague and the Gymnasium in Krnov, and gained further study experience at the Prague Institute of Security Studies and during a scholarship in Germany. During his studies in Prague he worked in the state, private and non-profit sectors and also participated in the organization of several national educational projects. He has been playing the violin since the age of five, and has received numerous awards and performed as a soloist and chamber and orchestral player in Europe, the USA and the Middle East. He was awarded a scholarship from the Martina and Tomas Krsko Foundation to study at Georgetown through concurrent admission to the Master's program at the University of Chicago.
Each year, the Martina and Tomáš Krsek Foundation Fund will pay the tuition fees of 10 students admitted to master's degrees in engineering, natural sciences, economics, history and political science at one of the top universities listed below.
The scholarship is conditional upon confirmation of admission to a master's degree programme at one of the following schools. The maximum age of the applicant is 25 years.
Only students with Czech citizenship can receive the scholarship.
The Martina and Tomáš Krsek Foundation will select the candidates according to the information provided in the application form and conduct interviews with the finalists (the interview includes a psychological-intelligence test)
Tuition fees will be paid directly to the school account.
In general, the scholarship is awarded for the first year of the Master's degree.
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