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Akademický rok 2024/2025

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Podmienky a kritériá výberového konania - Program Erasmus+ pre akademický rok 2024/2025

Aktuálny zoznam zahraničných univerzít


V prípade praktických otázok k mobilitám môžete kontaktovať študentov, ktorí na Erasme už boli, a to prostredníctvom našej FB skupiny.


Vyhláška Ministerstva školstva Slovenskej republiky z 15. júna 2009, ktorou sa mení vyhláška Ministerstva školstva Slovenskej republiky č. 319/2008 Z. z.




Informácie súvisiace s akceptáciou študentov zahraničnými univerzitami (PRIEBEŽNE AKTUALIZOVANÉ)


UCLouvain Saint-Louis Bruxelles: Fact Sheet (EN) ; Fact Sheet (FR)


University of Liège: Information sheet

General information:

Information Law School:


Ghent University: Fact Sheet


Masarykova univerzita: Info Sheet


Palacký University Olomouc: Fact Sheet


Tallinn University of Technology:

At the moment we haven’t published the course catalogue for the autumn 2024 semester. The course catalogue will be published on this page in April. If your students need to compose an initial study plan for application, they can use the Autumn 23 and Spring 24 course catalogues as an example. Please keep in mind, that we have a rule, that exchange students must take at least 15ECTs worth of courses and 70% of them must be from the subject area, that they study at their own university. Some of our departments have specific requirements for their courses, and they are all brought out in the course catalogue. Also, there are some courses with a limited number of Erasmus students that they will accept. We will give out spots for the courses on a first come first serve basis aka in the order the students submit their applications. 


University of Tartu: Fact Sheet


Université Grenoble Alpes: Fact Sheet


Université de Lorraine: Fact Sheet


Université Jean-Moulin Lyon 3: Language requirements


Catholic University of Lyon: Fact Sheet ; Course Catalogue


Université de Nantes: Information for students

In order to ensure that students complete their coursework successfully, a minimum score of B1 of French language, as defined by the Council of Europe, is required by Nantes Université. The Faculty of Letters and Humanities (French Literature, Educational Sciences, Languages Sciences, Information-Communication, Philosophy, History) expect students to have a score of B2 or higherThus, students are asked to provide proof of proficiency in French, attested by the French department at their home university or an official French language test/certificate with the student’s level of proficiency (DELF, DALF, TCF, or OLS).


Université Paris Nanterre: Fact Sheet


Université de Poitiers: Fact Sheet

We remind you that the Poitiers Faculty of Law currently offers 6 courses in English (during the 1st semester) and all these courses are open to exchange students. The finalised list of courses open in 2024-2025 will be published in our 2024-2025 course catalogue. The course catalogue will be available on our website in April. All other information on incoming student mobilities can be found on our website as of now:

in French:

in English:


Université Toulouse Capitole: Fact Sheet

More than 50% of courses chosen in one of our Faculties. Please, find the course catalogue of each Faculty via this link:

Required language skills: Please also note that we require students to either have good French language skills OR a good level of English (at least B2 according to the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages). Students have to submit a language certificate with the on line application form.

Your students can find all information about application via this link:


Aristotle University of Thessaloniki: Institutional Factsheet


Maastricht University: Fact Sheet

Mobilita možná v LS 2024/2025


Erasmus University Rotterdam: V rámci 1. stupňa štúdia je možné realizovať mobilitu na tejto univerzite len v treťom ročníku.

Požiadavky na jazykový certifikát: For the TOEFL test a minimum score of 90 is required. Tests executed by the British Council with a minimum passing score of 6.5 IELTS (per section at least a 6.0) are also acceptable. Official Cambridge English Languages Certificates that demonstrate you have acquired at least B2 level (CEFR) can also be used as proof of English language proficiency. The International Office does not accept other proof of English proficiency. NB Students with a first or second degree with English as medium of instruction do not have to submit a TOEFL or IELTS test – please submit proof.


Tilburg University: Fact Sheet

Since housing demand in Tilburg and the Netherlands is higher in fall than in spring, please encourage students to apply for a spring exchange with us, if possible.


Maynooth University: Fact Sheet ; Budget Guide

Available Courses: Our current list of courses can be found here. (Please note this listing may be subject to change.) Incoming Erasmus and Arqus students can take modules from across all three of our Faculties (Arts, Social Sciences, Science & Engineering). Our courses are categorised in the following way:

Undergraduate / Bachelor Courses:

  • Modules marked “1” are First Year modules, for example, PS150. First Year modules are suitable for students who have little or no prior knowledge of the subject area.
  • Modules marked “2” are Second Year modules, for example, EN202.
  • Modules marked “3” are Third Year modules, for example, HY305.
  • Modules marked “4” are Final Year modules, for example, CS460.

Postgraduate / Master & PhD Courses:

·         Modules marked “6” – “8” are postgraduate modules, for example AN693: only postgraduate students can take these modules. Undergraduate students are NOT permitted to take postgraduate modules.

The language of instruction is English. No language proficiency certificate is required. We instead accept a nomination from the home university as confirmation that a student has acquired appropriate proficiency. However, we do expect students to have a very good command of English in all four language skills of writing, reading, listening and speaking. Please note that incoming students will be marked the same way as the domestic students, with no exceptions.

Accommodation: With regards to accommodation, Erasmus students are unfortunately not offered on-campus accommodation, as there are not enough rooms to meet the high demand. Students are instead encouraged to search for off-campus accommodation. To help students with their off-campus accommodation search, our Student Services offer the Maynooth Studentpad, the online platform where local landlords and homeowners can advertise their lettings to students attending Maynooth. Students will be given access to this platform approximately three months in advance of arriving in Ireland.

Student Services will also host online information sessions for students. Students will be shown how to use the Studentpad during these sessions and be informed on topics such as living and renting in Ireland, the types of accommodation available to students, using public transport, etc. They can also find more information on our website:

Available accommodation for the next academic year has not yet been advertised on Studentpad. However, your students could try searching on some of the following sites:,,,, and (Please note that MU is not affiliated with any of these sites.)

N.B. For information on applying for on-campus accommodation on the grounds of the impact of a disability, please see here. Students should read all information and criteria carefully before applying.

Information for Students Who Require Additional Supports:

Assistive Animals: Assistive animals are permitted to accompany a student with a disability anywhere on the University campus where it is safe for them to do so, and where the animal and handler meet the following requirements:

·         animals must be licensed in accordance with legal requirements and must receive appropriate routine vaccinations;

·         animals must be in good health;

·         animals must be on a leash or appropriate restraint at all times;

·         the handler must be in full control of the animal at all times; and

·        the animal must be in use as a service animal to assist a person with a disability when in areas of the campus where animals are not otherwise allowed.

For an animal to be recognised as an assistive animal, it must be accredited by an organisation registered with either:

·         Assistance Dogs International; or

·         International Guide Dog Federation 

Emotional Support animals are not permitted on campus in any circumstance. This is because there is no uniform training for emotional support animals. There is also no typical breed or animal type. This means in practice, there is no certainty about the animals’ behaviour.  Accredited assistance dogs and guide dogs undergo significant training, 18 months to 2 years and are very well supported by the training agency. They also undergo behaviour and public access tests.

For information on bringing an assistive animal into Ireland, please see here. For information on using public transport with an assistive animal in Ireland, please see here.

Wheelchair Accessibility: Regarding wheelchair accessibility, the majority of buildings are accessible for students who require the use of a wheelchair. The only exception is a relatively small number of buildings on the older part of the campus. Students who use wheelchairs can also apply for suitable on-campus accommodation by applying on the Grounds of the Impact of a Disability. Students can also register with the Access Office for additional supports.

Students Who Require Additional Supports: Students who require additional supports, such as students with disabilities, can register with the Access Office and avail of the Maynooth Access Programme (MAP). Some supports available through MAP include:

Public Transport: For accessibility-related information on using public transport in Ireland, please see here.

Immigration: Some students may require a visa to enter Ireland. If you are unsure of whether you require a visa or not, please check the Irish Immigration website here.

Students who are coming from outside the EEA / EU / Switzerland will need to register with Irish Immigration and obtain an Irish Residency Permit (IRP) Card. This process happens after you have arrived in Ireland. Please see our immigration webpage and the official Irish Immigration website for more information.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Though Ireland is a member state of the European Union, it is not a member of the Schengen Area. Erasmus students who are non-EU citizens, but hold a residency permit for another EU country, will need a visa to enter Ireland. They will also have to register with Irish Immigration and obtain an Irish Residency Permit Card.

Further Information: You can also find information on our website at the following links:


Turiba University: Fact Sheet


Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE): Fact Sheet


Károli Gáspár University of the Reformed Church in Hungary:

Exchange students should be aware that it is their responsibility to find accommodation for the duration of their stay. Students can apply for dormitory placement in the application survey or rent a flat. As Budapest is a lively big city, students can easily find flats for rent. They can read more about the university dormitories and other possible accommodations on our website.

The courses offered for Erasmus students are listed broken down into Faculties at the Erasmus webpage of KRE. The courses are usually updated 1-2 months before the semesters start. We do not know until then what courses will be available. Courses from previous academic years are available on the website. The courses are similar each year, therefore, they can take a look at previous semesters. Please note that the course list can change due to unforeseeable circumstances. Courses might be cancelled, or new ones can appear. Please, regularly check the course list! All Erasmus courses are worth 6 ECTS. Apart from other foreign language programs (Dutch, German, etc), all courses are taught in English.


University of Szeged: Fact Sheet

For our new incoming students: Welcome to the University of Szeged

For our new incoming students: Learn About the SZTE Service Units

For our new incoming students: A Guided Tour in Szeged: Famous Spots and Points of Interest


Universität zu Köln: Fact Sheet

General information for students on application and admission can be found here. Information on studying at the Faculty of Law as an international student can be found here.

Information on student housing: To get a room in student housing it is necessary to apply via the Kölner Studierendenwerk: If students are interested in a dormitory at the Kölner Studierendenwerk, they should apply as early as possible. There is often a waiting period of various months. Unfortunately, we do not have influence on the dormitories as university, as the Studierendenwerk is an independent institution that takes its decisions independently of the University of Cologne. More information on living in Cologne is provided on the website of the International Office: Of course, students can also search for a private room in Cologne, but the housing situation here is very difficult at the moment, so it could be complicated and expensive to rent a private room.


Universität Regensburg: Academic Calendar ; Fact SheetLanguage RequirementsKEYDATA 24-25


University of Bergen: Fact Sheet ; Courses

Detailed information for exchange students is available at

Student housing

  • Exchange students are guaranteed student housing at the Student Welfare Organization (Sammen) if they apply through Sammen’s application portal during the application period 1 April – 10 May.
  • The students will be offered housing shortly after the deadline and should accept the offer, even if their admission at UiB is still under consideration. 
  • Shared rooms will be allocated to short term students (1 semester stay). 
  • Students who will not be coming to UiB must cancel the tenancy agreement within 24 June. Cancellations after the deadline are treated as an ordinary termination period, meaning that students may only terminate their agreement 3 months after the start of the tenancy, with 3 months' notice.

Students with special needs

  • Students with special needs can get special arrangements and assistance from UiB during their exchange period.
  • Please notify by the nomination deadline to make sure that we can meet the specific needs of your students.
  • Sammen can offer rooms/apartments that are specially adapted for students with special needs. The students must apply through Sammen’s application portal during the period 1 April – 10 May. Supporting documentation (medical certificate) must be attached.


University of Gdansk: Fact Sheet


University of Opole: Fact Sheet

Link to the course catalog. 


University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn: Fact Sheet


University of Warsaw:

Language Requirements: All Incoming Erasmus+ students are required to have at least a B2 level of English and/or Polish (Common European Framework of Reference: Learning, Teaching, Assessment). Please note that this rule does not apply to students nominated to study languages. They should have at least a B2 level of the language that they will study at the University of Warsaw.   

Academic Offer: The University of Warsaw course offer is available at or by browsing through the directory at  

The offer is being updated on a regular basis. Each student is entitled to 30 ECTS per semester (+10%).  

Departmental Erasmus/Mobility Coordinators: All academic issues should be discussed with Erasmus coordinators at the departmental level. The list of Departmental Mobility Coordinators is available at  

Academic Calendar: The first semester starts on October 2nd and ends on February 9th. The second semester starts on February 19th and ends on July 5th

Accommodation: The number of places in University dormitories is limited. Places are assigned by the IRO based on the order of receiving students’ applications. Applicants who submitted their applications after the deadline will not be offered accommodation.  

Additional Information: More practical information can be found at the IRO website. The University of Warsaw Factsheet  


University of Wroclaw: Fact Sheet


Universidade de Lisboa: Fact Sheet


Universidade do Minho:

We invite to visit our webpage where all the information for Incoming Students can be found.


Paris Lodron Universität Salzburg: Fact Sheet


Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona: Fact Sheet


Universidad de Granada: Fact Sheet


Universidad Pontificia Comillas: Fact Sheet ; Housing ; Academic Calendar


Universidad de Salamanca: Fact Sheet ; Coordinators


Universidad Pablo de Olavide: Fact Sheet


Universitat de València: Fact Sheet


Università degli Studi di Firenze: University Information FormInfosheet Erasmus ; Infoletter


Università degli Studi di Napoli Parthenope: Fact Sheet


Università degli Studi di Padova: Fact Sheet


Università degli Studi di Perugia: Please note that before the arrival, your students must send us the copy on the OLS language test and attest the level of Italian language (minimum A2) and B1 of English language for the classes taught in English (if students choose it).


Università di Trento: Fact Sheet ; Fact Sheet LawGuide ; Courses

UniTrento Guide for International Students with information about the University of Trento, our services, departments and course offerings will be at your disposal within Mid March at UniTrento International page.

Please note the following language requirements for incoming students:

·        A minimum CEFR B2 level proficiency in English is required for courses taught in English.

·        A minimum CEFR A2 level proficiency in Italian is required for courses taught in Italian (except for certain courses, which may require a B2 level in Italian).

To meet the language requirement, we accept certificates that are internationally recognized and/or assessed by the Home Institution (i.e. University Language Centre and/or language professor), provided that the level of language proficiency is clearly stated. The proof of language knowledge must be submitted in the application form.

Furthermore, we would like to provide important additional information regarding incoming students interested in taking only courses taught in English at our Faculty of Law:

Weare receiving nominations for the upcoming academic year 2024/2025, and we are delighted to see the increasing interest from your students in experiencing mobility at our institution. This aligns closely with our strategic plan, where internationalization is a key focus. However, we kindly request that you adhere to the number of students specified in our interinstitutional agreement, as we are already receiving a substantial number of nominations for the upcoming year. Over the past few years, our incoming mobility to the Faculty of Law has significantly increased, particularly due to the availability of courses taught in English, including our Bachelor's degree program in Comparative, European, and International Legal Studies, which is entirely taught in English. In the previous Fall semester, we hosted approximately 70-80 students willing to follow only English-taught courses. However, this influx has posed challenges, particularly in managing classes logistically (due to space constraints) and academically (as our program employs innovative teaching methods aimed at direct student engagement, which becomes difficult with overcrowding).

The nominations we receive are predominantly for the Fall semester. If your students are interested only in attending courses taught in English, we kindly request that you consider distributing students across both the Fall and Spring semesters so that we can better accommodate students’ module preferences. Moreover, during the Spring Term, we typically host fewer incoming students but offer a slightly increased number of English-taught courses. Attached is the academic offer of the Faculty of Law for the current academic year, which we believe could assist your students in making informed decisions regarding their mobility semester.

Lastly, we are pleased to announce that starting from the academic year 2024/2025, a new Master's course taught in English in Global Law Making (GLaM) will be launched in our Faculty of Law. We will send you an email detailing the full academic offer and the availability of modules for incoming exchange students in the coming months.


Università degli Studi di Torino: Nomination requirements ; Fact Sheet


Altınbaş University: Fact Sheet


Yeditepe University: Fact Sheet ; Academic Calendar


University of East Anglia: Updates regarding UEA’s English language requirements affecting students applying to study at UEA from September 2024 entry onwards. As usual, non-native English speakers and students of certain nationalities will need to provide proof of their English language ability - you can find more detailed information on our website here.

Minimum English language requirements:

UEA’s minimum English language requirements to study abroad for a semester or year have increased slightly. The minimum requirement allows students to study Economics and Language and Communication Studies modules, and first year modules only in some other academic areas (more details here). The general requirement allows students to study modules at any level in all academic areas available on exchange. Please see the below tables for an overview:















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You find a list of qualifications that we accept on our website here.

For students whose degree at their home university is taught exclusively in English

If the student is studying a degree that is taught exclusively in English at their home university, they plan to study at UEA for a semester only, and they will apply for the Visitor visa, they will be exempt from needing to provide a formal English language qualification as part of their application to study abroad at UEA.

They will still need to provide proof of their English language ability – this will be in the form of an official letter from their home university, stating that their English is of at least IELTS 6.5 / high B2 level, and confirming their degree title and that it’s taught in English. The online nomination form will include a box where partners can highlight that the student applying to UEA is currently studying a degree exclusively taught in English, and students will be asked to confirm this on their application too.

Please note that if the student plans to study for a semester only but applies for a Student visa, they will be required to provide a formal English language qualification.

Our entry requirements stipulate that if a student's official transcript or English language qualification is not in English, they will be required to provide an official translation as part of their application.

We would like to remind you of our recent English language requirement updates:

If your student is studying a degree taught exclusively in English at their home university, they plan to come to UEA for a semester only, and they will obtain the Visitor visa (rather than the Student visa), then they may qualify for an English language qualification waiver. These students can submit a letter from their home university that confirms they have at least IELTS 6.5 / high B2 level English, and that they are studying a degree taught exclusively in English.

Please note that our minimum English language requirements have recently increased to IELTS 6.0 overall with 6.0 in Writing and Speaking, and 5.5 in Listening and Reading (or equivalent qualification). This would enable students to study Economics and Language and Communication Studies modules, as well as first year modules in other academic areas. As usual, our main entry requirements to access all modules open to exchange students is IELTS 6.5 overall with minimum 6.0 in each component (or equivalent qualification). Please see here for a list of accepted qualifications.