Information about the courses offered in the summer semester 2023/24 for Erasmus+ and CEEPUS students
USOSweb registration for summer 2023/24 courses taught in English at the Institute for European Studies:
- 20 February 2024 at 09:00 until 3 March 2024 at 20:00 - Registration for courses in a foreign language for Erasmus students from the Institute of European Studies and Erasmus students with the code ER-WSM.IE.
- 22 February 2024 at 09:00 until 03 March 2024 at 20:00 - Registration for courses in a foreign language for Erasmus students from all units of the Faculty of International and Political Studies.
- 24 February 2024 at 10:00 until 03 March 2024 at 20:00 - Registration for courses in a foreign language for Erasmus students from other faculties of the Jagiellonian University.
(Note that this only applies to courses taught at the Institute of European Studies, Courses taught at other units of the University may have different registration times.)
The Institute of European Studies cooperates with the Erasmus+ and CEEPUS student exchange networks, which gives our students a unique opportunity to study abroad while pursuing their degree. This is a great opportunity to do on-site research, take advantage of other University resources, libraries and archives, and study and experience student life in yet another European country. We hope eligible students will benefit from these opportunities to expand their horizons and to gain new academic experiences.
Each programme has a different set of eligibility requirements as well as application procedures. Please consult the appropriate subpage for detailed information about the programme coordinators and offers. Keep in mind that respective coordinators should be contacted directly for further details and guidelines.
Founded as ‘Erasmus’ in 1987, and known as ‘Erasmus+’ since 2014, this European Union programme enables students to travel on transnational exchange to a partner university in Europe or beyond for a total of 10 months at any level of studies (bachelor's or master's). The pool of 10 months can be used for one year-long trip or two semester-long trips, including to two different partner universities.read moreo
Since 1995, CEEPUS (Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies) has enabled students to travel on transnational exchange to partner universities in Central Europe within an academic network, or as a freemover. CEEPUS provides short- and long-term mobilities for BA, MA, and PhD students as well as grants for visiting teachers. Outgoing mobilities are only available to EU citizens. Students of European Studies, Political Science, and International Relations are welcome to apply.read more o
The MOST programme is a Polish national mobility programme for students and PhD candidates enrolled at Polish Universities. It has been in operation since 1999, enabling exchange stays of a semester or an academic year at a different participating Polish university.read more o