International Cooperation ERASMUS + - University of Applied Sciences

The University of Applied Sciences Baltazar Zaprešić supports international cooperation in the area of education, science and business, by establishing relations with partner institutions worldwide, promoting student and staff mobility and partaking in international programmes and projects. The aim of these activities is to improve the quality of curricula, share knowledge, experience and best practices with other countries, and adjust graduates’ skills and knowledge to the changing needs of the international labour market.

To study abroad with Erasmus+, you need to be at least in the second year of your professional studies, while the first year students can apply for Erasmus + traineeship. Part-time students can also apply for the Student Mobility Programme, provided that they attend full-time study/traineeship during the period abroad. The Erasmus scholarship availability depends on the country of the receiving institution, and the additional financial support is provided for students with disabilities and those from lower income backgrounds.

Study abroad for a period of 3 to 12 months, within full-time professional or special professional graduate study

Erasmus+ helps you gain valuable experience in the area of education, language, culture and studying in international environment. All Erasmus + students are exempted from fees for tuition at the receiving institution, and all courses that are successfully completed abroad will be recognized by the University.

Traineeship in the period of 2 to 12 months in the EU countries

Traineeships abroad enable students to adjust to the specific needs of the EU labour market, to acquire specific skills and to better understand economy and society through work experience. Traineeships opportunities are also open to recent graduates within one year of graduation in a chosen organisation.

Professional development and teaching periods

Our teachers are encouraged to participate in teacher exchange programmes in order to gain new skills and knowledge, to exchange experience and to make improvements in teaching methodology. The exchange is intended for the faculty and staff with the aim of stimulating professional development and gaining new skills and knowledge which are important for successful undertaking of work related activities.

Partner institutions

Find out which higher education institutions participate in Erasmus + Student Exchange Programme.

Meet our Erasmus team

Head of the International Relations and Mobility

doc. dr. sc. Alan Labus

Erasmus coordinator

Lana Domšić, prof.

Local Coordinator

Kristina Đolo Celizić, univ. spec. rel. publ.

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