Are you a student of the TUKE?

Do you want to travel to EU and EEA countries for a study mobility?

Who may apply for an Erasmus + study mobility

All full time students of the TUKE, who will have finished at least 1st year of studies in the time of their mobility.

Period of the mobility

The period of the study mobility: 3 – 12 months. Every student may attend Erasmus + mobilities altogether in the length of 12 months in each study cycle – bachelor/master/doctoral (all study and traineeship mobilities are taken into account).

Grant for a study mobility in the academic year 2019/2020
Group 1 Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Lichtenstein, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom 520 €
/month
Group 2 Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Holland, Malta, Portugal 520 €
/month
Group 3 Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Hungary, Slovakia, Slovenia, Poland, Romania, FYROM-Macedonia, Turkey 470 €
/month

Students who were granted a scholarship for students with disadvantaged background will get + 150 €/month for the whole period of their study mobility.

Criteria for study mobilities

A) Academic results – max. 25 points
B) Language competence – max. 25 points
C) Cover letter in English language – max. 10 points
D) Student activity at his/her faculty

Application process
  1. Choose your host institution
    – You can choose a partner university from the 
    list of valid partner agreements of your faculty, take into account the fields given in the agreements. When choosing the partner institution, you may get an advice from your faculty coordinator. When applying under the additional call for applications, please discuss free capacities at the partner institutions with your faculty coordinator.
  2. Fill the application form for a student Erasmus+ study mobility – the application with all necessary attachments has to be submitted with the faculty coordinator by the deadline given in the calls for applications.
  3. After representatives of your faculty approve your application, the university Erasmus+ coordinator will invite you to an info meeting where you will get further instructions.

Before departure
  • Student is in touch with the representatives of the host university and he/she follows their instructions.
  • Student prepares Learning agreement with a supervision of the faculty coordinator and/or vice-dean for education of his/her faculty. The learning agreement contains students study plan -chosen courses – at the partner institution as well as subjects that will be recognized after his/her arrival back to the TUKE.
    /Please pay attention to this document – it is important for you to choose subjects available at the partner institution in the semester when you will attend your mobility. It is recommended to discuss the study plan at the partner university with the head of your department at the TUKE and with the professors, who participate in the educational process of the student. /
  • Student requests an European health insurance card from his health insurance company that will be valid through the entire period of his mobility.
  • Student will get a commercial insurance of medical expenses that may occur abroad – the agreement must be valid through the entire period of the mobility.
  • Student will sign a grant agreement according to the instructions of the university coordinator.

After arrival to partner university

In case that student needs to make changes to before mobility learning agreement, he/she contacts Erasmus+ coordinator at the partner institution and marks all changes in the DURING MOBILITY part of the learning agreement. The during mobility part needs to be properly signed by a representative of the partner university, student and a representative of home university (faculty coordinator/vice-dean for education). When student gets all necessary signatures, he/she sends a scan of the document to the Erasmus+ coordinator for EU countries at the TUKE.

After arrival back to the TUKE

Student needs to submit these documents:

  • Certificate that approves the period of the mobility – studies
    The dates confirmed in the Certificate shall be corresponding to the dates given in the grant agreement. If the student shortens the period of his/her mobility, he/she will be asked to refund representing amount of the grant. The original certificate needs to be submitted.
  • Transcript of Records issued by the host university with awarded ECTS credits and a description of a grading system at the host university – ToR has to be submitted at the study department of student’s faculty. The study department will instruct student how to get his academic results recognized at the TUKE.
  • After mobility part of the Learning agreement with subjects and grades reached at the host university and subjects recognized at the TUKE. The accuracy of the data will be certified by a signature of the faculty coordinator/vice-dean for education.
  • EU survey – student will receive an e-mail notification with access to the online EU survey.
  • Online language test – student will receive e-mail notification with access to the online language test.

Sanctions for low amount of credits

Students who during their mobility do not successfully complete subjects for at least 15 ECTS, might be sanctioned after a consultation with the Faculty coordinator:

Amount of ECTS credits based on the transcript of records from the partner university

max. shortening of the whole amount of the awarded grant

0 ECTS

max. 70%

1 – 5 ECTS

max. 50%

6 – 10 ECTS

max. 35%

11 – 14 ECTS

max. 20%

 

Do you want to travel to EU and EEA countries for a traineeship mobility?

Who may apply for an Erasmus + study mobility

All full time students of the TUKE, who will have finished at least 1st year of studies in the time of their mobility.

Period of the mobility

The period of the traineeship mobility: 2 – 12 months. Every student may attend Erasmus + mobilities altogether in the length of 12 months in each study cycle – bachelor/master/doctoral (all study and traineeship mobilities are taken into account).

Grant for a traineeship mobility in the academic year 2019/2020
Group 1 Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Liechtenstein, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom 720 €
/month
Group 2 Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Germany, Italy, Greece, Netherlands, Malta, Portugal, Spain 720 €
/month
Group 3 Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Croatia, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Poland, Romania, Slovenia, Macedonia, Turkey 670 €
/month

Students who were granted a scholarship for students with disadvantaged background will get + 150 €/month for the whole period of their study mobility.

Criteria for traineeship mobilities

A) Academic results – max. 25 points
B) Language competence – max. 25 points
C) Student activity at his/her faculty

Application process
  1. Choose your host institution – orientation of the partner institution must correspond with the study field of the student.
    – You can choose a host institution from offers at this platform: erasmusintern.org
    The list of companies that have previously collaborated with TUKE students under Erasmus + or are interested in establishing such cooperation are available here.
  2. Fill the application form for a student Erasmus+ traineeship mobility – the application with all necessary attachments has to be submitted with the university coordinator by the deadline given in the calls for applications.
  3. After representatives of your faculty approve your application, the university Erasmus+ coordinator will invite you to an info meeting where you will get further instructions

Before departure
  • Student is in touch with the representatives of the host institution and he/she follows their instructions.
  • Student prepares Learning agreement and sends it to the representative of host institution who will approve proposed plan of the mobility and sign the learning agreement. Instructions necessary to fill the learning agreement will be presented at the info meeting.
  • Student requests an European health insurance card from his health insurance company that will be valid through the entire period of his mobility.
  • Student will get a commercial insurance of medical expenses, accident insurance and liability insurance – the agreement must be valid through the entire period of the mobility.
  • Student will sign a grant agreement according to the instructions of the university coordinator.

After arrival to partner university

In case that student needs to make changes to before mobility learning agreement, he/she contacts his mentor at the host institution and marks all changes in the DURING MOBILITY part of the learning agreement. The during mobility part needs to be properly signed by a representative of the partner university, student and a representative of home university (faculty coordinator/vice-dean for education). When student gets all necessary signatures, he/she sends a scan of the document to the Erasmus+ coordinator for EU countries at the TUKE.

After arrival back to the TUKE

Student needs to submit these documents:

  • Certificate that approves the period of the mobility – traineeship
    The dates confirmed in the Certificate shall be corresponding to the dates given in the grant agreement. If the student shortens the period of his/her mobility, he/she will be asked to refund representing amount of the grant. The original certificate needs to be submitted.
  • After mobility part of the Learning agreement with an evaluation of the student from a mentor at the host institution. If exact beginning and end of the mobility are stated, the student does not need to submit a Certificate. The original document needs to be submitted.
  • EU survey – student will receive an e-mail notification with access to the online EU survey.
  • Online language test – student will receive e-mail notification with access to the online language test.