Erasmus is an exchange program for Higher Education funded by the European Commission. It encompasses the entire European Union and, since 2014, any participating countries (and their universities). Erasmus allows students from universities, which have signed Erasmus bilateral agreements with Wyższa Szkoła Biznesu - National Louis University, to study at WSB-NLU for one or two semesters as part of their degree courses.
Wyższa Szkoła Biznesu- National Louis University has a number of exchange agreements with institutions all over the world. Students from these institutions are welcome to study at WSB-NLU within the framework of the Erasmus + Exchange Program. International students of WSB-NLU can also participate in this program and spend one or two semesters in one of WSB-NLUs partner universities all over the European Union (subject to completing the application process).
The academic, professional, social, personal and cultural benefits of participating in the Erasmus + program are magnificent. It can be a challenge to live far away from home and study in different country but from the other way it can offer you a opportunity to travel, meet new friends, to learn new cultures, study subjects that may be unique at your home university.
How to obtain an Erasmus+ scholarship?
Are you interested in studying abroad in the academic year 2018/2019 as a part of an ERASMUS+ program?
To study abroad with an ERASMUS+ program you have to:
» Study at the university which takes part in the program – it means that it holds the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education issued by the European Commission and conducts a student exchange program in the particular academic yea
» Be registered at the first-cycle, engineering or second-cycle studies.
Where can you go?
You can go to a university which has partnerships with your university as a part of an ERASMUS+ program (an inter-institutional agreement between the receiving and sending universities must be signed).
How high is the Erasmus Scholarship?
The scholarship granted for studying or working abroad depends on the country to which the student is departing. In the academic year 2018/2019, depending on the country, a monthly scholarship rate is 300, 400 or 500€ in the case of studying abroad and 400, 500 or 600€ in the case of working abroad.
Before you apply for the scholarship
If you decide to participate in the ERASMUS+ program, at the beginning you should familiarize yourself with the qualification rules for the Erasmus Scholarship (in the academic year 2018/2019).
Look for information about:
» The universities which signed the agreement with your university for the particular academic year
» The application deadlines
» The criteria of qualification
» The documents required for applying for the scholarship
» The documents confirming a required foreign language knowledge
Visit the website of the chosen university which signed the agreement with WSB-NLU
Find basic information for the ERASMUS+ incoming students
Find out in what language the classes at the faculty holding the agreement with WSB-NLU are conducted
Check the course catalogue
Learn which document confirming a knowledge of foreign language is required from the ERASMUS+ incoming students
Pay close attention to monthly costs of living in a particular city.
Required documents for the recruitment process:
1. The application form accompanied by an indication of a foreign university
2. CV in English (Europass format)
3. The motivational letter with an explanation for choosing a particular foreign university
4. The transcript of records
5. The document confirming a foreign language knowledge*
*The Recruitment Committee decides what documents are required to evaluate the language competence of a candidate. Generally, the certificate confirming a language knowledge at least at B1 level is required verified by the exam passed at WSB-NLU, or the international certificate. A conditional admission is possible when the candidate declares that he obtains the certificate before a departure (these agreements must be made directly with the foreign university).
I just qualified. What’s next?
After the verification of qualified students’ personal data, the International Relations Office will contact you via e-mail (the address you provided) and send you information about further procedures and partner universities.
If you have any questions or concerns, contact us: email@example.com
FH Kufstein Tirol University of Applied Sciences
VIVES University, Kortrijk
University of National World Economy
Brno International Business School, a.s.
Association Leonard de Vinci
Université Rennes 2
Université de Haute-Alsace
University of Pécs
International University of Struga
The Hague University of Applied Sciences
Vilnius Cooperative University of Applied Sciences
Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences
Hof University of Applied Sciences
Baden-Württemberg Cooperative State University
Northern Business School
D Hamburg 21
University of Agder
Instituto Politecnico do Porto
Instituto Politecnico de Braganca
Univerza na Primorskem
Bahcesehir University, Istanbul
Kadir Has University
Süleyman Demirel University
Universidad Autonoma de Madrid
University of Navarra
Courses taken at the receiving institution with its corresponding ECTS credits are treated equivalent with the list of courses available at the Nowy Sacz School of Business – National Louis University.
Before any student takes part in the mobility, he or she should plan his or her studies so that when the student returns, the completed courses are equivalent to the ones offered at home institution.
The student is obliged to deliver to the Dean of the faculty the list of credits (Transcript of records) along with ECTS grades and points obtained at the host university within 14 days. In the case of failure to pass the subject (receives the grade of 2.0) and thus fails to obtain the required number of ECTS points, the Dean of the University will give the student the possibility to pass the subject and to obtain the missing points after returning from his or her mobility.
In the event that the student neglects to complete the formalities of delivering the transcript of records with its corresponding ECTS points obtained at the host university within the prescribed period, the student is obliged to reimburse or to return the scholarship. If the deadline cannot be met due to the failure to receive the documentation from the host university, the student must report to the exchange coordinator.