Outgoing students

Students can apply for mobility through the Erasmus+ program and have access to the following types of mobility:
1. Study Mobility: Student exchange for the purpose of a study stay involves attending courses, taking exams, or working on a final thesis at one of the partner institutions in program countries abroad. Study mobility can last for a minimum of 2 months and a maximum of 12 months. Integrated study program students can benefit from Erasmus+ financial support for a total duration of 24 months. Erasmus+ students are not required to pay tuition fees at foreign institutions, nor any other fees that are not charged to home students. Students remain enrolled at their home university during the mobility period. Financial support provided under the Erasmus+ program is intended as a supplement to cover the additional costs of studying abroad. Before the mobility, 80% of the total amount is paid, and upon return, if all obligations are met, the remaining support is paid based on the number of days spent on mobility.
2. Traineeship Mobility: The shortest duration of physical student mobility is 2 months. Students who are soon to graduate and want to utilize an internship for up to 12 months after graduation can also apply (mandatory application before defending the thesis). Integrated study program students can receive Erasmus+ financial support for a total duration of 24 months. Students find an institution for their professional internship either independently or in consultation with the ECTS coordinator/Erasmus coordinator at the faculty. The activities during the internship should align with the learning outcomes of the student's enrolled study program. Students are required to have accident and liability insurance before going on an Erasmus+ internship (once it is approved by the Selection Committee). Internship offers are posted on the http://erasmusintern.org portal and university websites. Additional information about the mobility program for professional internships can be found on the university's website.
3. Short-term Mobility: This form of mobility combines physical mobility with online learning, including a mandatory virtual component before, during, and/or after the physical mobility. The physical mobility can last from 5 to 30 days, while there is no specific eligibility criterion for the duration of the virtual component. However, the combined virtual and physical mobility must earn students at least 3 ECTS credits. Only the physical component of the mobility is funded, and the requested number of days for mobility should align with the scope of planned activities during the mobility. Short-term mobility for doctoral students is a new form of mobility for students at the doctoral level, involving physical mobility lasting from 5 to 30 days, without a mandatory virtual component and without the obligation to earn ECTS credits (except in the case of combined intensive programs).

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