What is the Erasmus programm? What is Erasmus Plus?

First, you might ask yourself: “what does Erasmus mean?” or “what is Erasmus Plus?”. Erasmus + is an EU program that promotes study, training and work experience abroad. This program was born in 2014.

The program offers opportunities for study periods abroad, internships and staff exchanges in all areas of education, training, youth and sports.

As a advanced programme, Erasmus Plus also offers many opportunities for cooperation between the education, training, youth and sports sectors.

Characteristics

ERASMUS+ training & teaching mobility

As part of the ERASMUS+ program of the European Union, as a partner KUB supports guest lectures as well as training and further education for academic and non-academic staff with European partner universities.

The purpose of these measures is to support the internationalization of universities through the exchange of experience within the European higher education area.

As part of the ERASMUS+ program of the European Union, as a partner UCB supports guest lectures as well as training and further education measures for academic and non-academic university staff in European partner universities.
The purpose of these measures is to support the internationalization of universities through the exchange of experience within the European higher education area.

  • Mobility for teaching purposes/short lectures forguests
  • Mobility for further and advanced training purposes for staff and lecturers:
    • Teaching support, individually organized training with colleagues in comparable areas of responsibility with ERASMUS partner universities
    • International Week, a fixed program offered by ERASMUS universities to exchange experiences and get to know other university systems.
  • Stays abroad by lecturers and university staff for further training purposes at universities, e.g. to develop or acquire new and innovative learning and teaching practices (to be planned individually).


Duration:

Moves must include at least 2 working days/stay days (excluding travel days), but a maximum of one week. In the case of lecturers’ mobility for teaching purposes, at least 8 teaching hours per week are required.

  • Mobility for learning purposes:
    • Professors and lecturers with contractual relations with the university
    • Teachers with work contracts
    • Emeritus and retired professors
    • Academic staff
  • Mobility for further training purposes for individuals in roles such as:
    • General administration
    • Departments/Faculties
    • International
    • Public Relations

The mobility grant awarded by the program is used to cover travel and accommodation costs. It is calculated by the KUB partner according to the maximum amount indicated in the following tables.

Travel Costs

The subsidy for travel costs is calculated using the EU distance calculator. Detailed information can be found in the table below. In most cases, the distances for EU countries are between 500 – 1,999 km. This corresponds to a maximum amount of 275 euros for tickets for the entire trip (round trip).

Simple distance according to the distance calculator
Maximum possible funding (per participant, round trip)
10 - 99km
23 euros
100 - 499km
180 euros
500 - 1,999 km
275 euros
2,000 - 2,999km
360 euros
3,000 - 3,999km
530 euros
4,000 - 7,999km
820 euros
8,000 km and more
EUR 1,500

The mobility grant for travel costs is calculated using the EU distance calculator. Detailed information can be found in the table below. In most cases, the distance range for EU countries is 500 – 1,999 km. This corresponds to a maximum amount of 275 euros for the entire journey (there and back).

Destination
Funding (per day)
Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Lichtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom
180 euros
Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, Liechtenstein, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Spain, Cyprus and Germany in the case of invited company staff
160 euros
Bulgaria, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Estonia, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Czech Republic, Turkey, Hungary 140 euros
140 euros
Cost of living The maximum amount of mobility compensation per day of stay is calculated according to the table below.

ERASMUS stays are possible in all the countries listed in the table and in most of them KUB has Interinstitutional Agreements.

DestinationFunding (Per Day)
Danimarka, Finlanda, Irlanda, Islanda, Lihtenshtajni, Luksemburgu, Norvegjia, Suedia, Mbretëria e Bashkuar180 euro
Belgjika, Franca, Greqia, Italia, Lihtenshtajni, Italia, Malta, Holanda, Austria, Portugalia, Spanja, Qiproja dhe Gjermania në rastin e stafit të ftuar të kompanisë160 euro
Bullgaria, Ish Republika Jugosllave e Maqedonisë, Estonia, Kroacia, Letonia, Lituania, Polonia, Rumania, Sllovakia, Sllovenia, Republika Çeke, Turqia, Hungaria140 euro

In the case of mobility of lecturers, the exchange must be provided contractually. This means that there must be an agreement between KUB and the partner university. Here you can find

In the case of mobility of employees, agreement is required.

Are you interested in staff mobility?

  1. Ahead, please check open calls for an opportunity to enable your mobility.
  2. After that, please fill out the application form
  3. Then please contact Erasmus + Institutional Coordinator Armila Xhebraj.
  4. We will try to support you as much as possible in making contacts and starting your stay abroad!
  5. Applications for the movement of staff within the framework of Erasmus+ are always possible and will be processed according to available funds. It is therefore advisable to plan and inform the Erasmus + Institutional Coordinator at an early stage of the application:

The following documents must be submitted for application:

  • Mobility Agreement
    • Mobility Agreement for educational purposes
    • Mobility Agreement for training purposes

Once your documents have been received by the Erasmus + Institutional Coordinator and sent to the partner university, they will check them for their validity and then send you the grant agreement.

Before the start of your stay, send the original grant agreements signed by the Erasmus + Institutional Coordinator

Please have the form to confirm your stay abroad ( Certificate of Attendance ) signed by the responsible person at the host institution. Please keep all original receipts according to the State Travel Expenses Act.
After your return to Albania, there are still some formalities to complete.
  1. Please email confirmation of your stay abroad to the Erasmus + Institutional Coordinator.
  2. Submit your travel expense report, including original invoices, to the Erasmus + Institutional Coordinator.
  3. Once all documents have been checked, you will receive an automated e-mail about the EU survey. Completing this survey is mandatory as it serves as evidence of quality for the EU Commission.
*Only after all these steps will the staff receive the remaining 20% of the scholarship.

*Only after all these steps will the staff receive the remaining 20% of the scholarship.

LIST OF COURSES OFFERED IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES AT THE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ACADEMIC YEAR 2023-2024
             
FACULTY OF ECONOMY
Nr. COURSE PROGRAM                     ETCS SEMESTER LANGUAGE
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE AND ACCOUNTING
1 MICROECONOMICS AND MACROECONOMICS BSC IN FINANCE AND  ACCOUNTING 6 FALL / SPRING ENGLISH
2 INFORMATION AND COMPUTER APPLICATIONS BSC IN FINANCE AND  ACCOUNTING 6 FALL ENGLISH
3 ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL WRITING BSC IN FINANCE AND  ACCOUNTING 6  FALL ENGLISH
4 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING BSC IN FINANCE AND  ACCOUNTING 6 FALL / SPRING ENGLISH
5 INTRODUCTION IN FINANCE BSC IN FINANCE AND  ACCOUNTING 5 FALL ENGLISH / ITALIAN 
6 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT BSC IN FINANCE AND  ACCOUNTING 6 SPRING ENGLISH
7 PUBLIC FINANCE BSC IN FINANCE AND  ACCOUNTING 4 FALL   ENGLISH
8  PUBLIC ACCOUNTING BSC IN FINANCE AND  ACCOUNTING 5 SPRING ENGLISH / ITALIAN
9 FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 1 BSC IN FINANCE AND  ACCOUNTING 5 FALL ENGLISH
10 FINANCIAL MARKET, INVESTMENT AND INSITUTIONS BSC IN BANK AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS   5 SPRING ENGLISH / ITALIAN
11 ADVANCED COST MANAGEMENT ACCOUNTING  MSC IN ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE 6 FALL ENGLISH
12 ADVANCED STRATEGIC  MANAGEMENT MSC IN ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE 6 SPRING ENGLISH
13 ADVANCED FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING MSC IN ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE 6 SPRING ENGLISH
14 INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING MSC IN ACCOUNTING AND FINANCE 6 SPRING ENGLISH
15 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODS MSC IN ACCOUNTING AND  FINANCE 6 FALL ENGLISH
16 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS-MIS MSC IN ACCOUNTING AND AUDIT 6 FALL ENGLISH
17 PUBLIC AUDITING MSC IN ACCOUNTING AND  AUDIT 6 SPRING ENGLISH
18 INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL REPORTING MSC IN ACCOUNTING AND  AUDIT 6 SPRING ENGLISH
19 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE MSC IN ACCOUNTING AND  AUDIT 6 SPRING ENGLISH
DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT
1 MICROECONOMICS AND MACROECONOMIKS BSC  IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 6 FALL / SPRING ENGLISH
2 ACADEMIC WRITING BSC  IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 6 FALL ENGLISH / ITALIAN
3 PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING BSC  IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 6 SPRING ENGLISH
4 PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING BSC  IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 5 SPRING ENGLISH
5 INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS BSC  IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 4 FALL ENGLISH
6 FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT BSC  IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 6 SPRING ENGLISH
7 PROJECT MANAGEMENT BSC  IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 4 FALL ENGLISH
8 STATICTICS BSC  IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION 11 SPRING/FALL ENGLISH
9 MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS-MIS MSC IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 6 FALL ENGLISH
10 OPERATION STRATEGY MSC IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 6 SPRING ENGLISH
11 CORPORATE GOVERNANCE MSC IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 6 FALL ENGLISH
12 INTEGRATED PROJECT MANAGEMENT (IPM) MSC IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 6 SPRING ENGLISH
13 SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH METHODS MSC IN BUSINESS MANAGEMENT 6 FALL ENGLISH
14 DIGITAL MARKETING  MSC IN MARKETING MANAGEMENT 6 FALL ENGLISH
15 BRANDING AND BRAND MANAGEMENT  MSC IN MARKETING MANAGEMENT 6 FALL ENGLISH
16 ADVANCED ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR MSC IN MARKETING MANAGEMENT 6 SPRING ENGLISH
17 AVANCED STRATEGIC  MANAGEMENT MSC IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 6 SPRING ENGLISH
18 PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND MANAGEMENT MSC IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 6 FALL ENGLISH
19 RISK MANAGEMENT MSC IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION 6 FALL ENGLISH
DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS AND INFORMATION
1 INFORMATICS AND COMPUTER APPLICATIONS BSC IN BUSINESS INFORMATICS 6 FALL ENGLISH
2 INTERNET PROGRAMMING BSC IN BUSINESS INFORMATICS 6 FALL ENGLISH
3 STATISTICS 1 BSC IN BUSINESS INFORMATICS 6 FALL ENGLISH
4 PROGRAMMER 1 BSC IN BUSINESS INFORMATICS 6 FALL ENGLISH
5 DATABASE AND MANAGEMENT BSC IN BUSINESS INFORMATICS 6 SPRING ENGLISH
6 BUSINESS MODELING BSC IN BUSINESS INFORMATICS 6 FALL ENGLISH
7 INFORMATION AND MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS BSC IN BUSINESS INFORMATICS 6 FALL ENGLISH
8 ARCHITECTURE AND COMPUTER ASSESSMENT BSC IN BUSINESS INFORMATICS 5 SPRING ENGLISH
9 WEB PROGRAMMING BSC IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 6 FALL ENGLISH
10 E-SERVIS BSC IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 6 FALL ENGLISH
11 MOBILE PROGRAMS BSC IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 5 FALL ENGLISH
12 DATABASE DESIGN & ADMINISTRATION MSC IN INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 6 SPRING ENGLISH
FACULTY OF LAW AND POLITICAL SCIENCE
NR. COURSE PROGRAM ETCS SEMESTER LANGUAGE
DEPARTMENT OF LAW
1 PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW INTEGRATED MSC PROGRAM IN LAW 8 FALL/ SPRING ENGLISH
2 FAMILY LAW INTEGRATED MSC PROGRAM IN LAW 8 FALL/ SPRING ENGLISH
3 BUSINESS LAW  INTEGRATED MSC PROGRAM IN LAW 6 FALL ENGLISH
4 COMMERCIAL LAW INTEGRATED MSC PROGRAM IN LAW 6 FALL ENGLISH
5 BUSINESS LAW IN THE EU INTEGRATED MSC PROGRAM IN LAW 6 SPRING ENGLISH
6 PHILOSOPHY OF LAW INTEGRATED MSC PROGRAM IN LAW 8 FALL/ SPRING ENGLISH
7 HUMAN RIGHTS INTEGRATED MSC PROGRAM IN LAW 6 FALL ITALIAN
8 EUROPEAN LAW INTEGRATED MSC PROGRAM IN LAW 8 FALL/ SPRING ENGLISH
9  ADMINISTRATIVE AND PROCEDURE LAW MSC IN PENAL LAW  6 SPRING ENGLISH
DEPARTMENT OF DIPLOMACY AND EUROPEAN STUDIES 
1 METHODOLOGY OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH BSC IN DIPLOMACY AND EUROPEAN STUDIES  5 FALL ENGLISH
2 EUROPEAN LAW BSC IN DIPLOMACY AND EUROPEAN STUDIES  8 FALL ENGLISH
3 POLICIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION BSC IN DIPLOMACY AND EUROPEAN STUDIES  6 FALL ENGLISH
4 INTERNATIONAL SECURITY POLITICS BSC IN DIPLOMACY AND EUROPEAN STUDIES  5 FALL ENGLISH
5 GLOBALIZATION IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS BSC IN DIPLOMACY AND EUROPEAN STUDIES  5 FALL ENGLISH
6 EUROPEAN BUSINESS LAW BSC IN DIPLOMACY AND EUROPEAN STUDIES  5 SPRING ENGLISH
DEPARTMENT OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
1 THEORY OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS BSC IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 6 FALL ENGLISH
2 INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION BSC IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 7 SPRING ENGLISH
3 ENGLISH 1 BSC IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 4 FALL ENGLISH
4 BUSINESS LAW IN THE EU BSC IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 6 SPRING ENGLISH
5 PUBLIC INTERNATIONAL LAW BSC IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 7 FALL ENGLISH
6 METHODOLOGY OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH BSC IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 6 FALL ENGLISH
7 INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION BSC IN INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS 4 FALL ENGLISH
             
Dear Erasmus+ students! Hello, and thank you for considering the University College of Business as your exchange student host. This guide is designed specifically for international students who intend to study temporarily at the University College of Business on an exchange program. The faculties and academies, which together make up the University College of Business, today cover all the basic fields of study. In the bachelor’s and master’s courses, the University College of Business offers a variety of opportunities, as it does at the master’s level. We hope this guide helps to make your stay at university both fruitful and enjoyable. If any questions still remain unanswered after reading this guide, please do not hesitate to contact one of the contact persons mentioned.
We wish you a pleasant stay in Tirana at the University College of Business!
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For all international students who plan to visit the University College of Business, they will need to plan the required and necessary documentation before traveling to Tirana. Once you have been successfully nominated by your home university, you should start applying for a visa and collect the documents that are necessary for the application process. Nominations from the home university must be submitted to: [email protected] attaching the following documents:
  1. Learning Agreement (template)
  2. Transcript of grades
  3. Copy of Passport
  4. Student Visa ***
Candidates must apply for a visa at the Albanian Embassy in their place of residence. Complete the visa application form and submit it together with supporting documentation. Supporting Documentation
  • Letter of acceptance from the host University in Albania
  • A valid passport copy and a recent passport size photo
  • Proof of valid health insurance
  • Evidence of sufficient financial resources to provide for themselves during their stay in Albania.
  • Proof of payment of application fee
  • Proof of accommodation in Albania
  • Educational Transcripts: Grades, Test Records, and Evidence of English Language Proficiency
  • Proof of departure: Oncoming air ticket.
For more information please visit:
  1. https://punetejashtme.gov.al/en/regjimi-i- visas-for-foreigners/
  2. https://punetejashtme.gov.al/en/aplikim-per-vize/
The visa application process is carried out through the e-Albania online government portal. https://e-albania.al/eAlbaniaServices/UseService.aspx?service_code=9759
When visiting a foreign country, it is important to be adequately prepared and covered in case you need medical assistance. The Office of Scientific Research and Projects of the University College of Business will assist you with general information on health insurance prior to your arrival.

The University College of Business is located in the capital of Albania, Tirana. The college is located at the entrance of the city, in a dynamic area with full possibilities of fantastic accommodations.

Most locals travel by bus or taxi, Tirana has an extensive bus network that makes it easy for foreigners living in Tirana to reach most of the city center. To save more time you can use the taxis which are characterized by yellow license plates but not only. In Tirana you can also find a network of electric taxis which have economical rates and can facilitate your movement.

There is also an online application that provides details of Tirana’s public transport connections (Application – My Tirana). In the meantime, to reach Tirana, you need to use Tirana Mother Teresa International Airport, which is located north-west of the center of Tirana.

After you have arrived in Albania, Welcome to Tirana at the University College of Business! Tirana is a dynamic city, full of energy, good weather and above all with very hospitable people, so we encourage you to explore all possible activities and the city of Tirana. The University College of Business will be by your side with all the necessary information and guidance to offer you various opportunities and make your stay fantastic. The Office of Scientific Research and Projects will always be the initiator and coordinator of the international activities of the staff and students at KUB, as well as always supporting you.

Contact: [email protected]
The Teaching Secretaries of each faculty to assist you with academic matters related to your absences, grades and transcripts. Contact the secretary of the Faculty of Economics: [email protected]
Contact the secretariat of the Faculty of Law: [email protected]

UCB Erasmus Alumni is a network which is represented by all students who have completed a mobility in partner universities of the University College of Business.

In addition, we invite you to browse the Erasmus + Magazine, to learn more about the fantastic experiences that our students have had and lived.
Once an Erasmus, always an Erasmus!

How to become an Erasmus+ student

Have you ever wanted to not only travel abroad, but live there and experience the real foreign culture while meeting new people and learning foreign languages? Have you ever thought of enriching your studies and having better chances when looking for a job in the future? Have you ever heard that life will not be the same after Erasmus?

If the answer is YES, get ready for an amazing experience with the EU ERASMUS+ programme.

How to become an Erasmus+ student

Erasmus+ selection for studies is carried out twice a year:

  • First phase in February: selection for studies in semester I and II;
  • Second stage in September: selection for studies in semester II.

Who can participate in the selection?

  • All KUB students can participate in the first selection stage, except for first-year students in the first semester.
  • All KUB students can participate in the second selection stage.
  • Students who have already studied under Erasmus + are also eligible.
  • Students can receive an Erasmus + scholarship for studies or internship several times during a cycle, but the total duration of the mobility cannot exceed the 12-month period.
  • Students with disabilities or special needs are welcome to participate in the Erasmus+ selection. These students may receive additional funding. For more information, please check the information on the Education Exchanges Support Foundation website.


How to know which universities you can go to ?

You can find the list of partner universities in the link below.

When choosing a university abroad, you should pay attention to the following:

  • does the foreign university offer courses (they are presented on its website) that you must take at KUB as part of your program of study; *Please verify before applying.
  • ensure that the coordination of Erasmus studies between the sending and the host institution, as well as the validity after the Erasmus period, are regulated by the European Transfer System and Credit Accumulation (ECTS);
  • do you know the foreign language taught at the host university (subjects are not always taught in English. This can also be verified on the website of host university);
  • if you wish to write your BA or Msc thesis at a university abroad during the next semester, consult the lecturer responsible for the thesis and the department head at KUB about this possibility. The thesis must be completed in 3 months. Selected students must find a supervisor, a consultant lecturer, before their Erasmus period at a partner university. The thesis is defended at KUB after completing Erasmus studies.

Selection criteria:

  • Academic results during the last two semesters. An exception applies to first-year students, when the academic results of the first semester are evaluated without having them. (40% of the final result)
  • Compatibility of the study/research plan at the host institution and the study program at KUB (40% of the final result);
  • Student motivation (20 % of the final result);
  • The level of knowledge of the language in which the study subjects will be developed at the host institution must not be lower than what is defined in the Erasmus + Interinstitutional Agreement.
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Note!
The order of the selection criteria is not defined. Faculties have the right to define, make public and apply a special sequence of criteria and additional criteria during the selection process.

The smooth coordination of Erasmus+ studies between the sending and the host institution, as well as the validity after the Erasmus period, are regulated by the European Transfer System and Credit Accumulation (ECTS) . Every student who participates in the Erasmus+ program is provided with the status of Erasmus+ student. Rights and obligations for host and sending institutions, as well as Erasmus+ students are defined in Erasmus+ Student Card .

What documents should I submit to the host university?

Selected studentsare responsible for for checking the application procedure of the host institution and sending the application and accommodation forms to universities abroad before the application deadline.Each student is responsible for the timely submission of all required documents to the partner university.

What documents should I submit to the home university?

  • Letter of Admission which contains a detailed academic calendar of studies abroad. This letter will be sent to you by the host institution no earlier than one month after the end of the application period at the partner university.
    • Your personal and educational data
    • Learning agreement completed and signed. To complete the Learning Agreement form, students must download the LA template and fill in all the necessary information.
    • After providing all the required information, the student must sign it. After signing, the coordinators (whose contact details you have in advance) will receive the request to sign the LA (first the KUB coordinator, later the host institutions).

What scholarship will I receive?

Simple distance according to the distance calculator
Maximum possible funding (per participant, round trip)
10 - 99km
23 euros
100 - 499km
180 euros
500 - 1,999 km
275 euros
2,000 - 2,999km
360 euros
3,000 - 3,999km
530 euros
4,000 - 7,999km
820 euros
8,000 km and more
EUR 1,500
Gr.
Country of destination
Funding
I gr.
Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, United Kingdom, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland
600 EUR/month
II gr.
Austria, Belgium, ,Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, Netherlands, Malta, Portugal
600 EUR/month
III gr.
Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Turkey
540 EUR/month
  • An eco-friendly journey: An eco-friendly journey is a journey to and from the host institution that uses low-emission vehicles, such as buses, trains or a car journey with other passengers who are also included in this criterion.
  • Subsidy for travel costs is calculated using the EU distance calculator. Detailed information can be found in the table below. In most cases, the distance range for EU countries is 500 – 1,999 km. This corresponds to a maximum amount of 275 euros for the entire trip (round trip).
  • Students, who choose an environmentally friendly trip, must inform the Erasmus coordinator about this choice not later than one month before the trip .


Students, who have signed the Agreement, receive the scholarship in two stages:

  1. 80% of the scholarship is transferred before the start of Erasmus+ studies;
  2. 20% of the scholarship is transferred upon return, when the student meets all requirements (more information in STEP 4).
  • Ask the coordinators to note your arrival date on the Erasmus period statement. Arrival and departure dates must match the dates in your Erasmus Financial Agreement.
  • Agree with academic coordinators changes to your Learning Agreement if necessary. Also, complete and sign the Changes to your Learning Agreement in the Part of the Learning/During Mobility Agreement, which must be signed by the responsible persons in the faculty/academy at KUB and the host institution.
  • Agree with your professors that the final evaluation of each course you take will be graded. If the professor refuses to do so, inform your academic coordinator and change that course of study.
  • Ask your coordinator for exam session dates. If the dates change (shortened or extended), you must immediately inform the KUB, the Office of Scientific Research and the Project, the main person Erasmus + Coordinator.
  • Apply to the Office of Scientific Research and Projects/Erasmus + Coordinator with Declaration of the Erasmus Period signed by the coordinators of the host institution.
  • Fill in the online Erasmus report.
  • Apply to the Office of Scientific Research and Projects/Erasmus + Coordinator with a copy of your Erasmus transcript. A copy can also be emailed to coordinators. This document should also be sent to your faculty/academy at KUB .
  • If selected by you, documents supporting green travel (ticket, fuel receipt, etc.).

*Only after all these steps will the student receive the remaining 20% of the scholarship.

 

– General information: For further information please contact: [email protected]

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