The main selection procedure for Erasmus+ study abroad is held in February. Students can apply for either winter or summer semester of the upcoming academic year. In case of remaining finances and available spots, an additional selection procedure may be held in September - however, it is only intended for the summer semester and the choice of universities is usually limited. We, therefore, recommend that you apply in February.
Erasmus+ study stays in the 2023/24 academic year
Main selection procedure for study stays in the winter and summer semester: February 20, 2023 (13:00; 1PM).
Additional selection procedure for study stays in the summer semester: September 7, 2023 (15:00, 3PM).
To apply for the selection procedure, you should file an application online and submit all required documents to the FHS International Office. Required documents to be delivered collectively in PDF Format via email to email@example.com no later than the specified deadline.
You can file your online applications from September 1, 2023, until the set deadline. The required documents can be submitted earlier but not later than the set deadline.
The list of partner universities available in the selection procedure for 2023/24 is to be found in the section Partner Universities.
Within one selection procedure, students may apply to 1–3 universities (we recommend 2).
In case you are submitting multiple applications, please note that you have to file a seperate online application, letter of motivation and list of preliminary selected courses for each university (the CV and the letter of recommendation shall be provided only once). Make sure to mark your priority choice(s) regarding the partner universities in the letter of motivation.
In order to apply, you need to submit all required documentation in PDF format via email to before the deadline.
The letter of motivation is to be sent by email and also hand in personally during our office hours for outgoing students at the FHS International Office (office no. 1.26) by the deadline.
The required documents are as follows:
Letter of motivation - purpose of study
in English and in the language of instruction at partner university, if differ. If you are applying for more than one universitiy, and therefore, you submit more than one letter of motivation, please indicate your preferences in each letter.
List of preliminary selected courses
go through the website of each partner university here and based on the university's offer for exchange students, make a list of preliminary selected courses using this TEMPLATE. Please, include link to each selected course from the partner universty online course offering. Please, follow the university's requirements as specified by the offer and keep in mind partner universities' limitations, eg. all / minimum amount of courses to be taken within the host faculty or department as specified by the Erasmus+ inter-institutional agreement.
in English and in the language of instruction at partner university, if differ.
Letter of recommendation
provided by one of your lecturers at the FHS who knows you well (e.g. thesis supervisor) – in English or Czech. There is no template for this document. It is possible to ask the lecturer to send the document directly to our email address ) (we do not accept forwarded emails!)
Approval of the study programme guarantor
ask the secretary (up-to-date list available here) to provide you with this document in advance (the guarantor will then send it by email to )
Statement of prospective supervision from academic staff of the partner university (only PhD students)
quality of the content and the format of the submitted documents (particularly the motivation letter) and a coherent choice of partner university
study results, grade average and the overall fulfillment of study requirements
language proficiency - providing a language certificate is not obligatory for all universities, but some universities require a particular certificate or score. Make sure that you apply only for universities where you fulfill the language requirements.
international and student activities such as Buddy programme etc.
The selection committee consists of the Vice-dean for Pre-Graduate Studies, the Vice-dean International Affairs and the International Office staff. All applicants will be informed of the results approximately 1 month following the application deadline.
The information meeting, where you will have the opporutnity to learn more about the programme, will be held in September.
We ask all interested students to express their interest via email to . Further details concerning the organisation of the meeting will be sent to you in response.
If you have any questions in regards to the Erasmus+ programme or the selection procedure, do not hesitate to contact the FHS International Office .