This year, for the Fyziklani competition and its accompanying program, we are offering a full scholarship to several teams that would not be able to participate otherwise.

This scholarship aims to make the program more accessible to a broader range of students. To educate, build a global network of highly-talented students interested in physics, and show the participants opportunities to make it easier to use their talent well.

The accepted teams will attend the entire accompanying program of Fyziklani as well as several closely related extension activities creating about a week-long memorable experience. We built upon last year’s Fyziklani International Youth Exchange.

Accompanying Program Youth Exchange 2022

Focus of the Scholarship

All costs will be covered for selected teams, including travel from the participants’ countries to Prague and back, accommodation (most likely in the same hotel as for all other participants of Fyziklani), meals, tickets for the city public transport for the duration of the stay, and travel insurance.
The teams, in turn, must take part in the entire program (unless very serious circumstances prevent them).

After being selected, the teams will also participate in preparation and supporting the event in minor ways (examples from last year include creating a presentation about science in their country, preparing for a cultural evening and writing reports from the event).

The applications are for high-school (or equivalent) students only and should be made in a team of up to 5, where all the participants are at least 15 years old and from at most 2 different schools.

Any team satisfying the above criteria anywhere in the world can apply. Note, however, that while Fyziklani aims to be open to all high-school students all around the world, the resources for this scholarship are limited. Thus it is aimed preferentially (not exclusively) at highly-talented students from economically less-advantaged backgrounds or from areas where the students have comparatively fewer opportunities than in Europe.

The applications are now closed. If you wish to be counted on as a spare, let us know at

The scholarship is possible thanks to the kind sponsorship of the European Summer Program on Rationality (ESPR)

More about ESPR

Schedule of Fyziklani and its accompanying program

Monday, Feb 6

Since Monday afternoon, participants with accommodation can come to the Hotel Duo.

Tuesday, Feb 7

Ceremonial opening of the accompanying program

A walk around cultural monuments with a focus on places related to the history of physics

Nations Evening Preparations

The hall for the Nation's evening will open and participants will have the opportunity to prepare their stands.

Presentation of national foods, music, and culture

Wednesday, Feb 8

A trip to one of the most iconic places of the Czech culture and history, the Karlštejn Castle

Presentation of science and famous scientists from the participating countries

Thursday, Feb 9

Morning full of excursions at FMP CUNI

Afternoon lecture at FMP CUNI

Discussion with Czech scientists about their work in physics

Friday, Feb 10
Team arrival at PVA EXPO
Opening ceremony
Presentation about FYKOS

Presentation about FYKOS during the break before announcement of results.

Announcement of results
Joint photo shoot of the winners

Presentation and analysis of the solutions to this year’s problems from Fyziklani

Meet the other contestants at an evening party and celebrate Fyziklani – informally and without alcohol.

Saturday, Feb 11

Lectures from excellent Czech scientists and special guest from Germany

Visits to cutting-edge labs in Prague and its surroundings

Ceremonial dinner with other contestants

Sunday, Feb 12
Closing ceremony

Closing ceremony and group photo.

Fun game will guide you through Prague and also keep your brain cells busy. The game might end earlier depending on how fast you are.