Erasmus+ encourages international cooperation in the fields of education, traineeship, youth and sport, with special focus on modernisation of educational process, training and improvement of youth employment.



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Key Action 1 supports mobility in the education, training and youth sectors and aims to bring long lasting benefits to the participants and the organisations involved. 

The goals of mobility for individuals are:

  • improving learning competencies
  • increase employability and employment opportunities
  • increasing self-initiative and entrepreneurship
  • increase self-confidence and self-esteem
  • improving language skills
  • increasing intercultural awareness
  • more active participation in society
  • better knowledge of EU projects and EU values
  • increasing motivation for further education (formal and non-formal) and post-mobility training

The effects of the mobility of individuals are also reflected at the institutional level, as the institution thus strengthens its visibility in the environment and contributes to the development of the education system.

Central European University, BudapestPolitical scienceHungary
Fachhochschule WestkusteInternational tourism management, Intercultural management Germany
Freie Universitat Berlin

Social Science (2nd cycle)

IFiS PAN Graduate School for Social Research, VaršavaSocial Sciences,                                              3rd cycle (PhD)Poland
Isik University, IstanbulSocial and behavioural sciencesTurkey
Istambul Sisli vocational schoolSocial scienceTurkey
Kazimieras Simonavicius UniversitySocial scienceLithuania
Kodolanyi Janos University of Applied SciencesJournalism and Information, Pedagogical Sciences, International Relations, History, Philosophy, Sociology and cultural studiesHungary
Maria Curie-Sklodowska University Faculty of Political ScienceSocial SciencesPoland
Metropolitan University PragueSocial sciencesCzech Republic
Savonia University of Applied Sciences, IisalmiSocial work and counsellingFinland
SWPS University of Social Sciences and HumanitiesSocial SciencesPoland
Turgut Ozal UniversityOther-Social sciencesTurkey
University Babes-Bolyai, Cluj-NapocaOther-social sciencesRomania

University of Brasov

Social sciencesRomania

Universita degli Studi di Bari Aldo Moro

Social sciences, PsychologyItaly
Universita degli Studi di MoliseSocial sciencesItaly
Universita degli Studi di TriesteOther-Social sciencesItaly
University of Applied Sciences Baltazar, ZaprešićOther-Social sciencesHrvaška
University of Presov, PresovSocial work and counsellingSlovakia
University of West Bohemia, PlzenOther-Social sciencesCzech Republic
Universidad de la LagunaSocial Sciences, Journalism and InformationSpain
Universite de LiegeSocial sciencesBelgium
Vilnius Kooperacijos Kolegija (VKK)Social sciencesLithuania

The faculty offers student mobility for the purpose of study or internship, offering them an EU grant. If you would also like to go on a study exchange, read the documents published below.

Student mobility for the purpose of study

  • All participating institutions are holders of the ECHE Charter and must have signed a bilateral cooperation agreement – The list of institutions with which SASS has concluded a bilateral Erasmus + agreement is given above.
  • Duration: 3 to 12 months.

learning agreement

Student mobility for practice

  • The sending organizer must be the holder of the ECHE document.
  • Duration: 2 to 12 months.

Learning agreement for traineeship

Guidelines on how to use the Learning Agreement for Traineeships


  • Students are eligible for an EU grant to cover travel and living expenses during their studies / internships abroad. The amount of the grant depends on the program group of the country where the student is going.
  • Students from socially disadvantaged backgrounds will be able to apply for the allowance (the basis for the award will be the relevant decision / certificate of the Center for Social Work).
  • Students with special needs who will be certified for an Erasmus + exchange will be able to apply for additional funding.

Online Linguistic Support – OLS

Online Linguistic Support (OLS) is a free online language learning platform designed for Erasmus+ and European Solidarity Corps participants. With OLS, you can test your current level in the language you will use while you are abroad. Your results will not prevent you from taking part in an Erasmus+ or European Solidarity Corps mobility, but will give you access to an OLS language course! OLS complements face-to-face teaching, allowing you to develop your skills outside the classroom. It also provides you with collaborative and peer learning opportunities.

OLS offers online language assessments and courses. The flexibility of the tool allows you to work at your own pace and adapt your learning experience to suit your needs. OLS provides a wide variety of opportunities to improve your language skills. You can follow thematic ‘Massive Open Online Courses’ (MOOCs) or benefit from online tutoring sessions with native speakers and other OLS participants. OLS is available in 24 languages.