Erasmus+ study period

Erasmus+ study period

The Erasmus+  programme enables students to study or work in another Programme or Partner country.

You can only study under Erasmus+ programme within Programme countries if your Home University has signed an Erasmus+ agreement with the University of Split.  

If an Erasmus+ agreement is currently not in place with your University, you may be able to come to the University of Split as a visiting student (on a fee-paying basis).

 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE FOR ERASMUS STUDENTS AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SPLIT

Erasmus students first need to be nominated by their home universities to the International Relations Office via erasmus@unist.hr

Nomination needs to include the following data:

- student's full name,

- e-mail address,

- semester of planned mobility,

- study field,

- level of studies at the moment of mobility.

 

Erasmus students selected by their home universities to spend their Erasmus study period at the University of Split need to prepare the following documents:

1) Erasmus Student Application form 

2) Learning Agreement 

3) Transcript of Records issued by their home university.

4) Accommodation form - please read carefully GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

 

Completed Erasmus Student Application form, Learning Agreement and Transcript of Records need to be duly signed and stamped by home university.

N.B. We recommend that you first send us the list of courses you plan to attend and upon confirmation fill out LA, in order to avoid multiple changes.

Once you have all the documents in place, a scanned copy of each needs to be sent to the e-mail address: erasmus@unist.hr

Students are requested to present the original documents upon arrival to the University of Split.


Nomination deadlines:

winter semester: 15 May

summer semester: 15 October


Application period:

winter semester: 1 April – 1 June

summer semester: 1 September – 1 November

 

ACADEMIC CALENDAR 2019_2020

 

ADMISSION PROCEDURE

The International Relations Office will send the Application form and Learning Agreement to the Faculty coordinator at the University of Split.

If the student is accepted, the International Relations Office will send an Acceptance Letter and confirmed Learning Agreement to the student and to the student's home university.

 

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