Erasmus+ programme

Study Stays

To apply for an Erasmus stay at the Faculty of Humanities, CU either for a semestr or for a PhD short-term mobility, you have to be enrolled at one of our partner universities and your home university must officially nominate you via online CU nomination form by the set deadlines. In the first instance, please contact the ERASMUS coordinator at your home university.

All nominees will receive an email with information regarding the application procedure and further information from the FHS International Office directly.

Nomination Deadlines

Winter semester / academic year: April 15

Summer semester: September 15

The nominnes will need to apply on-line via CU Erasmus platform by the set deadlines.

Application Deadlines

Winter semester / academic year: May 15

Summer semester: October 15

For detailed information for Erasmus students coming to CU, please visit the Erasmus+ at CU website of the central Charles University Erasmus office.

For information on courses provided by the Faculty of Humanities, please consult the Courses section.

Information for PhD students

both applying for a semester as well as those applying for a PhD short-term mobility

must first find a suiatable FHS academic advisor with whom they would consult their work-in progress on their dissertations and get his/her approval. The nomination can be approved upon this confirmation only..

For detailed information please see PhD students aiming to pursue short-term study/research stays working on their research/dissertations section


What is the difference between Erasmus+ study stay and Erasmus+ internship? While the main purpose of study stays lies in following courses, internships are based on the work for your host institution (such as teaching, hospital practice, participation in research, etc.). Please note that working on a thesis cannot be considered as an internship and has to be qualified as a study stay. The same differences apply for Erasmus+ short-term Ph.D. mobilities as well.

Please note that your internship has to be administrated by the CU host faculty coordinator and final acceptance letter can be provided only by the CU Erasmus+ office. Your supervisor can provide you only with a preliminary acceptance document.

For further information you may contact the FHS International office via

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