Thirty-eight Romani university students have received a stipend worth 21,500 crowns (800 Euros) for the academic year from the Roma education fund. According to some estimates, there are a little over 100 Romanis studying in Czech universities. Most of them are focusing on the fields of education, humanities, as well as economics and medicine. In the nine years of existence, the Roma education fund has provided stipends to 205 Roma university students.
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