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Mobility conditions

Conditions you need to meet

1. Length of stay

Your study period abroad can last for 2-12 months. The maximum of 12 months is your total time abroad within one cycle of study (Bachelor, Master, Doctoral). Non-European stays are not included in this total.

Working students and professional athletes and other students having a certain obstacle can go on short-term combined mobility. The short-term combined mobility consists of a Physical Mobility of 5-30 days followed by a Virtual Mobility. You will only receive a grant for the physical part.

The application for short-term mobility is approved by the vice-deans for studies of the particular CTU faculty.

2. 20 credits

Courses enrolled at the host university must be successfully completed, unless you have a good reason for not complying with this condition. Do not forget that one of the condition is to have min. 20 credits for Czech equivalent courses. In the same way, foreign university can set a minimum as well as a maximum credit limit.
In the case of work on a bachelor’s thesis, master’s thesis or dissertation, the requirement to complete 20 credits per semester is not mandatory. However, credits for the bachelor’s or master’s thesis need to be recognized.

3. Being
a student

You must be a CTU student at the time of departure for your studies abroad.

More information

Your study period abroad, either as a student or as a trainee, can last up to a maximum of 12 months within one cycle of study (Bachelor, Master, Doctoral).You may therefore combine it, e.g. 6 months of studying abroad and 6 months as a trainee, or e.g. full 12 months of traineeship. However, the limit of 12 months per one cycle of study is always applied. 
The studies abroad are based exclusively on the valid inter-institutional agreements between the sending and receiving institution owning ECHE certificate.

Selection criteria of particular faculties

Particular faculties may have their own conditions (e.g. study average). Find out more on the faculty websites and with your faculty coordinators

Faculty of Civil Engineering (FCE): Selection criteria 
– more at http://www.fsv.cvut.cz/zahran/se/erasmus3.php

Faculty of Mechanical Engineering (FME): selection criteria and places allocation
– more at:  https://www.fs.cvut.cz/studium/studium-v-zahranici/

Faculty of Electrical Engineering (FEE): conditions for departureselection process,
– more at: http://www.fel.cvut.cz/cz/education/abroad/vyjezdy-erasmus.html

Faculty of Nuclear Sciences and Physical Engineering (FNSPE): Selection criteria

Faculty of Architecture (FA): FA- selection process criteria,Methodical instruction – selection process

Faculty of Transportation Sciences (FTS): FTS-application approval criteria and selection process criteria for the year 2019/2020

Faculty of Biomedical Engineering (FBE): FBE CTU filling placement rules for Erasmus+ programme

Faculty of Information Technology (FIT): Selection criteria

Masaryk Institute of Advanced Studies (MIAS): Study abroad criteria – more at http://www.muvs.cvut.cz/student/studium-v-zahranici/

Rector’s Office (RCTU): Selection criteria

Selection process results

You will be informed about the results of the selection process by email from the relevant coordinator. Based on your study results and language knowledge, we will either be able to offer you one of the universities you have chosen or we will recommend another university. And if your overall results are poor, we will recommend you to work on your weaknesses and try signing up for the next round or next year.

How to
for Erasmus

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what to expect in the Step by Step section.

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