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.
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.
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 Language Support (OLS) provides language learning support for participants of mobility within the Erasmus+ program. Every mobility participant gains access to language proficiency assessment and language courses. OLS support offers participants of long-term mobility within the Erasmus+ program (Key Action 1) an opportunity to assess their language skills that they will use for studying, working, or volunteering abroad. Additionally, selected participants have access to online language courses to enhance their competencies.
OLS support is available for the following languages: Czech, Danish, German, Greek, English, Spanish, French, Italian, Dutch, Polish, Portuguese, Swedish.