ERASMUS+ Study Stays
ERASMUS+ study stays
ERASMUS + is an EU exchange programme which has been running since the mid-1980s. The Czech Republic has been participating since 1997. The mobilities are performed on the basis of bilateral agreements signed with partner universities. Financial support is provided by the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports and the LLP ERASMUS+ headquarters in Brussels via Rectorate of Charles University (RCU).
Study stays can be performed in the member as well as non-member EU countries as follows: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Malta, Malta, the Netherlands, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
All Bachelor’s, Master’s and PhD students (including part-time students and those of non-EU countries) can participate in the programme.
It is possible to undergo stays of at least 90 days at one of the partner universities. The maximum length of a study stay within a study cycle is 12 months. Each student can submit up to 3 applications.
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS (2020/2021) CLOSED
Thank you all for your part.
Call for applications 2021/22 will be published in early January 2021.
Belgium, France, Italy, Cyprus, Malta, Germany, the Netherlands, Portugal, Austria, Greece, Spain, Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom
Bulgaria, Estonia, Croatia, Lithuania, Latvia, Hungary, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Turkey
If a student comes from a disadvantaged socio-economic environment, it is possible to raise the scholarship by 200 euros/month. The application must be submitted at the European Office of the Rectorate of Charles University.
For study stays under bilateral agreements with Swiss universities, students receive a scholarship of 350 euros/month from Charles University and 440 CHF contribution from the Swiss government.
Students send application forms to partner universities by themselves.
Get your study plan approved by your academic tutor well in advance.
You can find your academic tutor at Karolinka
Remember to send a Letter of Acceptance from the partner university to email@example.com.
Outgoing students in the winter semester must assure the check on the study results for the next academic year (go to SIS - summary of exam results - validations - I apply to the study department to carry out the final check for advancement to the next stage of study - submit request).
If you proceed to a higher study cycle, please also assure a premature enrolment at your Student Services Office.
Upon request from the European Office of RCU, take the OLS (Online Linguistic Support) language test.
It is necessary to open your EUR account with a bank branch in the Czech Republic.
DURING YOUR STUDY STAY
Approval of changes to the study plan
Enter the changes into the study plan at is.cuni.cz/webapps (Table C and D) by pressing either the red cross (X) to delete the subject or plus (+) to add a new subject.
Send the changed study plan for approval to your academic tutor who will ensure its delivery to the International Office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Extension of the study stay
Deliver a Letter of Acceptance from the foreign university to email@example.com and get the study plan approved and signed by your academic tutor.
After you return
After you return, it is necessary to fill in your final evaluation report and submit the following documents to the International Office of the Faculty of Social Sciences (IO FSV) and to the European Office of RUC (EO RUC):
- Confirmation of Erasmus Study Period - the original document to EO RUC, a copy to IO FSV
- Confirmation of Swiss Mobility Programme - the original document to EO RUC, a copy to IO FSV
- Transcript of Records - copies to EO RUC and IO FSV
The recognitions of Erasmus+ results fall under the responsibility of the Student Services Office and your academic tutor.
You hand in the transcript of records to your academic tutor who recognizes the credits and grades and makes out a protocol which you submit to the Student Services Office.
Our faculty traditionally ranks among the best at student exchanges within Charles University.
Experience of Students
International Office Coordinator: Ing. Radek Kovács