Types of mobilities


  • Erasmus+ Study Abroad is open to any registered TUKE student.
  • The study abroad placement lasts for a minimum of 2 months (or 1 academic semester or trimester) and a maximum of 12 months per study cycle.
  • You can apply for an Erasmus+ exchange stay abroad more than once (during your studies) “Cycle” means a level of study as defined in the European Qualifications Framework (EQF):
    • first cycle (bachelor),
    • second cycle (master’s/engineering),
    • third cycle (doctoral).
  • The period of study abroad must be relevant to your field of study and personal development and must be part of your study programme.
  • The host institution must have an inter-institutional agreement with TUKE.

Blended intensive programmes

  • Short-term intensive programmes using innovative teaching and learning methods, including online collaboration.

  • May include learning based on challenges on which transnational and interdisciplinary teams work together (e.g. in the field of sustainable development, environmental protection or other societal challenges identified by regions, cities or societies).

  • Enable new and more flexible mobility formats combining physical mobility with a virtual component (the virtual element is mandatory).

  • Develop collaborative online learning exchanges and teamwork.

  • The virtual element must bring online learners together to work collaboratively and at the same time on specific tasks that are part of a blended intensive programme and count towards the overall learning outcomes.


  • Erasmus+ internships abroad are open to any duly registered TUKE student at any level of study (bachelor, master/engineering or doctoral).
  • Possibility of a short-term traineeships for PhD students (from 5 to 30 days).
  • The internship abroad can last a minimum of 2 months and a maximum of 12 months.
  • Erasmus+ traineeships can take place e.g. in companies, firms and other organisations (except EU institutions, bodies and agencies) traineeships are also available for recent graduates – in this case you must apply while you are still enrolled in your higher education institution and your traineeship must take place within one year of graduation.
  • The Erasmus+ traineeship can be combined with a study abroad placement.