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  • Contact

    Ms. Markéta Salamánková
    Rectors Office Manager

    Office: Londýnská 41, 4th floor (to the left (Rector's Office))
    Office Hours: By appointment

    Email: or 

    • Erasmus+ financial support (2018-2020)

      As an Erasmus+ student you will receive a financial support from the EU: 

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      510 EURO/month

      • Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, Great Britain, Liechtenstein and Norway 

      450 EURO/month

      • Austria, Belgium, Germany, France, Italy, Greece, Spain, Cyprus, the Netherlands, Malta, Portugal

      350 EURO/month

      • Bulgaria,  Croatia, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Hungary, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Macedonia and Turkey 

      • Step-by-step procedure


        • Fill the application (here)
        • Write a statement of purpose (300 words)
        • Submit to and bring both hard (signed) copies to the Rector's Office (4th floor)

        After applying

        • All application will go through a selection process 

        After being selected

        • You will be nominated to the host school 
        • Fill course selection form (here) - must be approved by your department chair and the ESC office (if applicable) 
        • Start looking for housing
        • Start applying for visa (if applicable)

        Before you go

        • Complete OLS (here) 
        • Sign Grant Agreement - 70% of your grant will be given to you
        • Sign Learning Agreement
        • Familiarize yourself with the Erasmus Student Charter (here)
        • Get health Insurance

        During your stay

        • You must inform us about any changes in your LA

        Before you return

        • Ask for confirmation of study
        • Ask for your Transcript of Record

        After you return

        • Complete OLS (here)
        • Submit confirmation of study from partner university
        • Fill Erasmus report

        Receive the rest of your grant

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        • Application deadlines

          Application deadlines

          Fall Semester: March 1
          Spring Semester: September 15

          *Please note that some programs may have earlier deadline requirements. See the Student Exchange Program Coordinator for details.

          What happens after the application has been submitted?

          Students, who have submitted their application by the deadline above, will be notified of the outcome within one week of the deadline.

          Decisions are NOT based on first-come-first-served, but primarily on the suitability of the institution to the student's degree. We ask students to list three universities they would be happy to study abroad at. This is recommended as we have limited places at each partner university. When processing your application we will aim to give you the first university listed, however, depending on demand, we may have allocate you to any of the universities you have listed. Therefore, we ask student to have an equal interest in all of them.

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            All applicants are expected to meet the following requirements:

            • You must be a full-time degree-seeking bachelor student
            • You must have completed at least one-year of study by the time you would travel abroad
            • You must have a cumulative GPA of 2.80 or above. (Note -- Some host institutions may place even higher GPA.)
            • You must have no incomplete grades from previous semesters
            • You must have no current or pending probationary status due to academic dishonesty or misconduct
            • You must have no outstanding financial obligations to UNYP
            • You must be considered a good ambassador for UNYP
            • You must meet the requirements of the host institution
            • You must complete and submit the UNYP Erasmus+ Application by the deadline

            During your exchange, you are expected to maintain a full-time enrollment at the host institution and comply with the rules and regulations (academic, codes of conduct, financial) of the host institution.