If an home University has been selected as winner in a bilateral project in the International Credit Mobility framework, its students can profit from short term mobility, from 3 up to 12 months for Bachelor, Master and PHD students.
All applicants should contact the international relations or project offices in their institutions to learn if any Erasmus+ mobility project is being implemented. They should receive information pertaining to the time of launching of individual applications, selection criteria, application time-frame, etc.
The language requirements are specified in the inter-institutional agreement between the two universities.
A student ought to know:
Selections criteria for students and staff are stipulated in agreement between the sending are receiving institutions. They should be announced when the call for applications is launched and be properly advertised.
Recognition of the study period is a compelling condition between the two institutions. The receiving institution is obliged to equip the student and sending institution with the list of results and the sending institution is obliged to fully acknowledge the modules implemented and the list of results he achieved. For such reason the student fills the “Learning Agreement for studies”.
Erasmus+ HE Learning Agreement for studies
The Learning Agreement for Studies is prepared by the student before the mobility starts, based on the modules he select to complete in the receiving institution (table A). Such modules are described in the catalog made available from the receiving institution. In addition the student fills table B with corresponding modules in the sending institution, which will be recognized after the mobility period.
This agreement is jointly signed by the student, the responsible person in the sending institution and the responsible person in the receiving institution.
Besides the up mentioned agreements the students will sign the participant grant agreement as well, which defines the conditions of the financial support and allocation modalities. This document is signed between the individual and the Programme Country Institution before the start of the mobility.
For additional information, please contact the international relations or project office in your University.
I am Lirim Mehmetaj, a student from Kosovo at the University of Prishtina. Last winter semester, and currently this summer semester, I am studying at the University of Salzburg. By coming and being part of a new living and studying environment it was pretty interesting, but also challenging and very demanding. Referring to life in Salzburg, you can easily find yourself traveling into times because Salzburg indeed is a very old city filled with culture. Small and narrow alleys, paved with stones at the old part of the town, are impressive. Moreover, University is filled with students of different countries from all around the world, therefore every new acquaintance, except a new friendship is also a lesson which makes you know and understand better the diversity and multiculturalism. Erasmus is a great opportunity for Kosovar students to study and travel abroad. It is awesome that this kind of program gave me the chance to meet the world and meet new experiences, because I as a Kosovar citizen, cannot always travel freely. It is great that the EU made it possible for me to study with Erasmus. The program helps you not in just fulfilling your dreams, but also, living beyond them. Therefore, it is an extraordinary experience which changes your life forever.
"In life to be successful, you have to face challenges... and most of the time these challenges will make you understand yourself, life itself and your skills".