Internationalization

Planned Erasmus+ trips and other mobility

COVID measures are slowly being released and the emergency will soon end, So it's time to think about what will happen when you return to offline life - including planned Erasmus+ trips and other mobility. Students' trips abroad can be planned and implemented in cases where this is possible both on the part of the Czech Republic and on the part of the country where the given mobility is to take place, And the situation is changing dynamically. The good news is that change is for the better!

Students who plan (or are still implementing) their stay abroad are advised to communicate regularly with the Department of International Relations and the host organization to ensure that all activities comply with the rules applicable to the Czech Republic and to the destination or transit country. For a better overview of the countries that currently allow the entry of foreigners, see the map created by the House of Foreign Cooperation. In the map you will find countries that allow the entry of foreigners - marked in green and countries that cannot be entered at the moment - marked in red. The map is updated several times a week. Always verify the information on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Before the planned trip, also contact the relevant foreign school (or institution) and check whether and how the teaching takes place and what the current conditions are.

If you have any questions regarding trips abroad, do not hesitate to contact the Foreign Relations Department.

Good luck!

Under the leadership of IMS, Kateřina Králová

 

Erasmus+

Erasmus+ is a European Union program promoting international mobility of university students and cooperation in higher education in Europe. This program has been running in the European Union since the mid-1980s and has become its flagship. Exchanges take place on the basis of bilateral agreements, signed between domestic universities and partner institutions. Financial support is provided by MŠMT ČR and the head office of LLP Erasmus+ in Brussels through the RUK.

Inter-faculty agreements

FSV UK also offers its students international exchange on the basis of inter-faculty agreements, i.e. contracts directly concluded between FSV UK and a foreign university. Inter-faculty agreements are managed by FSV UK's International Office.

Inter-university agreements

Charles University also offers its students international exchange on the basis of inter-university agreements, i.e. contracts concluded directly between Charles University and a foreign university. Inter-university agreements are managed by the RUK International Office.

Other mobility opportunities

- Inter-government agreements

- CEEPUS Program

- DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service)

- AKTION Czech Republic - Austria

- Fulbright scholarship

- The Bavarian-Czech Academic Agency (BTHA)