Studies abroad

General information about options for studies abroad can be found at the website of the Centre for International Cooperation (here). You are especially recommended to read through the information on the Erasmus+ programme (here), which has supplanted the Erasmus programme.

If you are interested in participating in a study abroad programme or a practical traineeship within the Erasmus+, and your health status mandates costly assistance, you can apply for additional financial support beyond the ordinary Erasmus+ scholarship. More information can be found on the programme’s website (here).

Guide to applying for an international scholarship can be found here. The application form can be downloaded here.

In case you are planning on applying for a study or traineeship programme abroad, please contact us as soon as possible. The organization involved in arranging an international study programme can take up a considerable amount of time, and therefore you should start planning at least one semester before.

The person in charge of study abroad programmes is Tomáš Varga (