There are a variety of ways of funding studies: student loans, state grants, scholarships, internal assignments, paid internships, contract work etc, each of which must be considered by students on an individual basis. On the other hand, every university has internal requirements that enable it to provide grant opportunities for certain students.
educations.com - "Study a Master's in Europe" and get a scholarship worth €5000. The scholarship is open to students from any country who are planning to study a Master's degree in Europe in the autumn 2021. The degree program must be studied either within Europe or online via distance learning from a European institute.
South Moravian Centre for International Mobility Grants - grants at an amount of 7,000 CZK cover additional living expenses, such as accommodation at university dormitory, food in the university buffet, local transport and health insurance. New scholarships offered can be found here.
International Visegrad Fund - Scholarships for Citizens of the following countries: Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Georgia, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, the Russian Federation, Serbia and Ukraine (please note that the same rules are applicable to Kosovar scholars). Successful applicants within this scheme will receive scholarships of €2,300/semester and the corresponding host universities/institutes receive €1,500/semester/scholar. Scholars who will have to travel to the host institution more than 1,500 km are also eligible for one-time Travel Grant.
Fulbright Commision – for US citizens
Federal Student Aid for Students from USA – Masaryk University is eligible to certify loan applications for the Federal Direct Student Loan Program and is open to accept US students who want quality education for their future career. For all who seek profound academic training with a strong research background with superb facilities for study and work, Masaryk University can be an excellent choice.
Government scholarships - Developing countries - Scholarships for Citizens of the following countries: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Ethiopia, Georgia, Cambodia, Moldova, Ukraine, and Zambia.
If you plan to study abroad to get your entire degree outside the United States, you may be able to use federal student aid to pay your expenses. The type of aid you can get – and the process you must follow – will depend on the type of study programe you plan to enter.