Erasmus+ is the new EU program for education, training, youth and sport for 2014-2020, started in January 2014. It combines seven programs from the 2007-2013 period, namely the Lifelong Learning program, the Youth in action program and five international cooperation program.
As a strategic priority, the Faculty of Business and Economics is committed to facilitate and increase student mobility, both incoming and outgoing, in order to encourage students and faculty members understanding, experience and appreciation of other cultures, languages and learning approaches. Students can spend maximum 12 months on Erasmus+ mobility during their undergraduate and another 12 months during their graduate studies. The International Office is providing support and helping everybody who is interested in participating on either the study mobility or the internship mobility program of the Erasmus+. Students wishing to spend a semester or two on Erasmus+ mobility can choose from the more than 70 partner institutions of the Faculty across Europe. This opportunity is one of the best chances to travel, learn different courses and foreign languages abroad and to meet other cultures. Do not hesitate, just be part of it!
For students who consider gaining cultural and study experience outside Europe, the Faculty of Business and Economics offers a chance to explore overseas learning/study experiences. Numerous partner universities offer options to broaden the students’ horizons. The list of mainly overseas partner institutions contains universities in North America, Russia, Kazakhstan and China. A student awarded the possibility to study in any of these institutions is exempt from paying tuition fee at the partner institution, all other incurring expenses, however, will be borne by the student.
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