Instructions for Applications and Recognition of ECTS
Any student of the CBA who has completed at least one semester of studies can apply for participation in the Erasmus+ program. Students have the opportunity to choose exchange studies at one of the partner universities, depending on the study program.
Applying for the study exchange program takes place twice a year, respectively, in the spring semester for studies in the fall semester, and in the fall semester for studies in the spring semester. Students can apply for mobility at any of the foreign universities participating in the Erasmus+ program which have signed partnership agreement with the CBA.
Students can take part in the Erasmus+ program study mobility several times, not exceeding 12 months in total. The minimum duration of study mobility within the Erasmus+ program is three months.
The study period abroad is recognized academically.
Applying to Study Abroad
In order to evaluate the student’s participation in Erasmus+ study exchange, the student must meet certain criteria (see “Criteria for mobility” section).
To apply for participation in the Erasmus+, you must fill in the application form which must be printed, signed and then submitted to the International Relations Coordinator of the CBA.
In addition, the student must submit a letter of motivation, describing why he/she should be chosen. The letter should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
After coming back from Studies Abroad
When concluding the Erasmus+ period in a partner higher education institution, students must submit the following documents to the International Relations Coordinator of the CBA:
- Certificate of Attendance – completed, signed and stamped by the Coordinator of partner higher education institution;
- Learning Agreement – signed and sealed by all three parties (student, coordinators of host and sending higher education institutions);
- Transcript of records – issued by the partner higher education institution after the exchange study period.
For mobility to be accepted, the information in all documents must match. Special attention should be paid to the fact that study mobility dates must be the same everywhere, and that the number of credit points in the Learning Agreement is consistent with the Transcript of records.
The Erasmus+ period will only be recognized academically if all the documents mentioned above are submitted to the International Relations Coordinator of the CBA and the information contained therein will coincide.
Erasmus+ supports traineeships (internship, work placements, etc.) abroad for students already enrolled in programs at higher education institution. This opportunity can also be used by young graduates.
By participating in Erasmus+ foreign traineeship, you will not only improve your communication skills, foreign language skills and intercultural skills, but you will also gain an understanding of entrepreneurship and skills that are highly valued by employers.
Erasmus+ traineeship can also be combined with a study period abroad.
Length of traineeship
Traineeship abroad must be at least 2 months long and it can be no longer than 12 months.
You can go abroad for Erasmus+ exchange several times – both as a student and as a trainee – but the total time spent abroad (including study periods abroad) must not exceed 12 months per study cycle.
You can also go to traineeship abroad if you have recently graduated from the CBA. In this case, the traineeship should take place within one year of graduation and you must apply for it while you are registered as a student at higher education institution.
The traineeship should be relevant to your curriculum and future career goals as well as included in your study program.
You can have traineeship at any Erasmus+ program national organization (except EU institutions, bodies and agencies).
- Find a company or organization where you would like to practice.
- Obtain a signed and stamped Acceptance letter from the company or organization where you plan to go.
- You must sign Traineeship Learning Agreement, it must be signed by all three parties (you, the company or organization, and the International Relations Coordinator of the CBA).
All documents must be sent to the International Relations Coordinator of the CBA.
After the traineeship
Following the completion of the foreign traineeship, the following documents must be submitted to the International Relations Coordinator of the CBA:
- Certificate of Attendance – completed, signed and stamped by the company or organization;
- Learning agreement – signed and stamped by all three parties (your, company or organization, and the International Relations Coordinator of the CBA);
- Traineeship Certificate – completed, signed and stamped by the company or organization.