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Erasmus

To participate in the Erasmus programme students must be studying for a degree or diploma at a higher education institution in the country participating in the Lifelong Learning Programme and must have completed their first year.

The Erasmus programme is a European Union student exchange programme established in 1987. There are currently more than 4,000 higher education institutions participating in Erasmus across 33 countries and over 2.2 million students have already taken part in the programme.

The Erasmus programme is open to students, teaching and non-teaching staff in all forms of higher education and training.

To participate in the Erasmus programme students must be studying for a degree or diploma at a higher education institution in the country participating in the Lifelong Learning Programme and must have completed their first year.

As of 2011 Croatia participates fully in the Erasmus programme. The prerequisite for the participation of higher education institutions in the Erasmus programme is the document Erasmus University Charter,which guarantees that a specific higher education institution has fulfilled certain criteria for participating in the Erasmus Programme.

A list of Croatian higher education institutions that hold the Erasmus University Charter can be found here: http://www.mobilnost.hr/prilozi/05_1343299593_EUC_holders_2012_2013.pdf

Activities available through Erasmus programme are:

  •  Student mobility: study period at higher education institution or placement (3 – 12 months)
  •  Staff mobility: a) teaching assignments (1 day – 6 weeks); b) training ( 5 days – 6 weeks)
  •  Intensive programmes (10 days – 6 weeks)
  •  Erasmus intensive language courses (2 weeks – 6 weeks)

For more information on the opportunities offered through the Erasmus programme in Croatia, please contact the International Cooperation Offices at higher education institutions.  

 

Source: Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes