Call for Applications

Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility - Call for Applications for the Academic Year 2023/2024

Eötvös Loránd University is launching a call for applications for short-term and long-term student mobilities and traineeships for the academic year 2023/2024. The deadline for applications is 6 March 2023.

AIM OF THE CALL

Within the framework of the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility, students have the opportunity to participate in short- or long-term study mobilities or traineeships at one of our partner universities in a so-called Erasmus Partner Country (i.e. not being part of the classic Erasmus+ program, such as the United Kingdom, Switzerland or non-European countries).

The following mobilities are available:

  1. Long-term student mobility for study in close partner countries (Gibraltar, United Kingdom, Switzerland)
  2. Short-term doctoral mobility in close partner countries (Gibraltar, United Kingdom, Switzerland)
  3. Long-term student mobility for study or traineeship in distant partner countries
  4. Short-term doctoral mobility in distant partner countries
  5. Traineeship in distant partner countries

We would like to draw your attention to the fact that only students from the departments/institutes cooperating with the partners listed below are eligible to apply for the mobilities announced in this call. You may find more information under the description of each type of mobility.

When planning a mobility, it is crucial to know about the various additional support options available. Please find more information on additional financial support and current calls for application on our website.
Please note that additional financial supports may not be available in certain partnerships (marked with *).

AVAILABLE MOBILITY TYPES

1. Long-term mobility for studies in close partner countries

The purpose of the long-term study mobility is to complete one academic semester at a partner university or do thesis research. In case of BA/BSc and MA/MSc students, the mobility can only be realized if the sending institution accepts the exchange semester and it is included in the academic progress of the student – this is ensured by credit and grade conversion according to ELTE regulations or in a diploma supplement. For BA/BSc and MA/MSc students, the completion of a minimum of 20 ECTS credits is required.

For PhD students completion of courses is not mandatory if the purpose of the mobility is doctoral research.

  • Applicable duration: min. 2 months, max. as indicated for each mobility in the table below
  • Grant amount: EUR 600/month
  • Travel support is not available
  • Additional support and green travel may be applicable

See available mobilities in the partnership, with duration and study cycle below:

COUNTRY

PARTNER UNIVERSITY

ELTE FACULTY

ELTE DEPARTMENT

MOBILITY PERIOD / NUMBER OF STUDENTS

APPLICABLE SEMESTER

ACADEMIC COORDINATOR

Gibraltar

University of Gibraltar

Faculty of Education and Psychology

Institute of Psychology

4 months / 2 MA or PhD students

fall/spring

Prof. Zsolt Demetrovics

Switzerland

Pädagogische Hochschule Zürich

Bárczi Gusztáv Faculty of Special Needs Education

Institute for the Methodology of Special Needs Education and Rehabilitation

5 months / 2 BA students

fall/spring

Prof. Angéla Imre

Switzerland

Universität Bern

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (Law degree programme)

5 months / 1 BA or MA student

fall/spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

Switzerland

Universität Luzern

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (Law degree programme)

5 months / 1 BA or MA student

fall/spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

Switzerland

University of Zurich

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (Law degree programme)

5 months / 2 BA or MA students

fall/spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

United Kingdom

Aberystwyth University

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (Law and Criminology degree programmes)

5 months / 2 BA or MA students

fall/spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

United Kingdom

Middlesex University

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (Criminology degree programme) 

5 months / 1 BA or MA student

fall/spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

United Kingdom

Nottingham Tent University

Faculty of Education and Psychology

Institute of Psychology

5 months / 2 BA or PhD students

fall/spring

Prof. Orhidea Kiss

United Kingdom

University College London

Faculty of Humanities

Institute of Ancient and Classical Studies /Department of Greek and Latin

5 months / 1 BA or MA student

fall/spring

Prof. Dániel Kozák, Prof. Gábor Bolonyai

United Kingdom

University College London 

Faculty of Science

Department of Regional Science

5 months / 2 BA students

fall/spring

Prof. Gábor Szalkai

United Kingdom

University of Bristol

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (Law degree programme)

10 months / 2 BA or MA students

whole academic year

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

United Kingdom

University of Hertfordshire

Faculty of Education and Psychology

Institute of Psychology

5 months / 1 MA (in their last semster for dissertation) or PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Zsolt Demetrovics

United Kingdom

University of Manchester

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (Law degree programme)

5 months / 2 BA or MA students

fall/spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

United Kingdom

University of Sheffield

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (Law degree programme)

5 months / 2 BA or MA students

fall/spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

United Kingdom

University of Warwick

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (Law degree programme)

9 months / 2 BA or MA students

whole academic year

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

2. Short-term doctoral mobility in close partner countries

Short-term mobility is open only to PhD students for the purpose of research, workshops or training.

Participation in a conference is NOT eligible for funding.

  • Applicable duration: min. 5 days, max. as indicated in the table below
  • Grant amount: EUR 70/day until the 14th day, EUR 50/day from the 15th day
  • Travel allowance not available
  • An additional 1-1 travel day may be granted before and after the mobility
  • Additional support and green travel may be applicable

Available mobilities in the partnership, duration and study cycle as indicated below:

COUNTRY

PARTNER UNIVERSITY

ELTE  FACULTY

ELTE  DEPARTMENT

MOBILITY PERIOD / NUMBER OF STUDENTS

APPLICABLE SEMESTER

ACADEMIC COORDINATOR

Gibraltar University of Gibraltar Faculty of Education and Psychology Institute of Psychology 30 days / 3 PhD student implementation only between 01/05/2023 and 30/09/2023 Prof. Zsolt Demetrovics

Gibraltar

University of Gibraltar

Faculty of Education and Psychology

Institute of Psychology

30 days / 2 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Zsolt Demetrovics

Switzerland

Universität Bern

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (study field: law)

14 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

Switzerland

Universität Luzern

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (study field: law)

14 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

Switzerland

University of Zurich

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (study field: law)

14 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

United Kingdom

Aberystwyth University

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (study fields: law and criminology)

14 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

United Kingdom

Middlesex University

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (study field: criminology)

14 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

United Kingdom

University of Bristol

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (study field: law)

5 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

3. Long-term mobility for studies in distant partner countries

In a long-term mobility for studies students complete one academic semester abroad or do thesis research. In case of bachelor and master students, mobility can only take place if the study abroad is accepted by the sending institution and recognized, either through ELTE credits and converted marks or as a diploma supplement. Minimum 20 ECTS credits must be completed.

PhD students do not have to complete credits if the purpose of mobility is doctoral research.

  • Duration: min. 2 months (max. as indicated for each available mobility)
  • Grant support: EUR 700/month
  • Additional support and green travel may be applicable (except mobilities marked with asterisk (*))
  • Travel support (one-time support, based on the distance between the headquarters of the sending and the host institutions, determined with the European Commission's calculator) as indicated here:

DISTANCE

TRAVEL SUPPORT

0 – 99 km

20 €

100 – 499 km

180 €

500 – 1 999 km

275 €

2 000 – 2 999 km

360 €

3 000 – 3 999 km

530 €

4 000 – 7 999 km

820 €

8 000 – 19 999 km

1 500 €

Mobility is available at the following partner universities for the duration and in the study cycle indicated below. 

COUNTRY

PARTNER UNIVERSITY

ELTE FACULTY

ELTE DEPARTMENT

MOBILITY PERIOD / NUMBER OF STUDENTS

APPLICABLE SEMESTER

ACADEMIC COORDINATOR

Argentina

Universidad Nacional de Cuyo

Bárczi Gusztáv Faculty of Special Needs Education

 

Institure for the Methodology of Special Needs Education and Rehabilitation             

5 months / 1 BA student

fall/spring

Prof.  Judit Gombás

Bosnia and Herzegovina*

University of Sarajevo

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Auxiliary Studies of History

5 months / 3 BA and/or MA and/or PhD students

fall/spring

 Prof. Tamás Körmendi

Brazil

PUC Minas Gerais

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (Law degree programme)

5 months / 1 BA or MA or PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

Georgia*

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Auxiliary Studies of History

5 months / 2 PhD students

fall/spring

Prof. Tamás Körmendi

Israel*

Tel Aviv University

The Lowy International School at Tel Aviv University

Faculty of Education and Psychology

Institute of Psychology

2 months / 2 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Zsolt Demetrovics

Malaysia

Sultan Idris Education University

Faculty of Education and Psychology

Institute of Intercultural Psychology and Education

 

5 months / 1 MA student

 

fall/spring

Prof. Orsolya Endrődy

Mongolia*

National University of Mongolia

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Mongolian and Inner-Asian Studies

4 months / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Ágnes Birtalan

Republic of Korea

Dankook University

Faculty of Humanities

Institute of East Asian Studies/ Department of Korean Studies

4 months / 4 BA and/or MA and/or PhD students

fall/spring

Prof. Beatrix Mecsi

Republic of Korea

Dankook University

Faculty of Informatics

Department of Programming Languages and Compilers

3 months / 1 MA or PhD student

fall/spring

 Prof. Viktória Zsók

Tanzania*

University of Dar es Salaam

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Auxiliary Studies of History

3 months / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Tamás Körmendi

United States of America

Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (Law degree programme)

4 months / 2 MA and/or PhD students

fall/spring

Prof. Pál Sonnevend                        
Prof. Sára Hungler

Vietnam

Hue University

Faculty of Education and Psychology

Institute of Intercultural Psychology and Education

5 months / 2 MA students

fall/spring

 

Prof.  Lan Anh Nguyen Luu

 

4. Short-term doctoral mobility to distant partner countries

Short-term mobility is open only to PhD students for the purpose of research, advanced studies or professional training.

Participation in a conference is NOT eligible for funding.

  • Duration: min. 5 days, max. as indicated in the table below
  • Grant amount: EUR 70/day until the 14th day, EUR 50/day from the 15th day
  • Travel allowance according to the table above
  • Additional support and green travel may be applicable

Mobility is possible in the frame of the following partnerships for the duration indicated:

COUNTRY

PARTNER UNIVERSITY

ELTE FACULTY

ELTE INSTITUTION

MOBILITY PERIOD / NUMBER OF STUDENTS

APPLICABLE SEMESTER

ACADEMIC COORDINATOR

Argentina

Universidad de Buenos Aires

Faculty of Law

Department of Roman Law and Comparative Legal History

14 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Balázs Rigó

Bosnia and Herzegovina*

University of Sarajevo

Faculty of Humanities

Institute of Historical Studies

30 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

 Prof. Tamás Körmendi

Canada

University of Calgary

Faculty of Informatics

Department of Information Systems

7 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Zoltán Illés

Canada University of Victoria Faculty of Law Department of Constitutional Law 14 days / 1 PhD student implementation only between 01/05/2023 and 30/09/2023 Prof. Eszter Bodnár

Canada

University of Victoria

Faculty of Law

Department of Constitutional Law

20 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Eszter Bodnár

Chile

Pontifica Universidad Católica de Chile

Faculty of Science

Department of Physical Geography

14 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Balázs Nagy

Georgia*

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Faculty of Science

Department of Social and Economic Geography

30 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Ferenc Gyuris

India*

University of Calcutta

Bárczi Gusztáv Faculty of Special Needs Education

Institure for the Methodology of Special Needs Education and Rehabilitation

10 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Judit Gombás

Iran

Gorgan University of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources

Faculty of Science

Department of Physical Geograpy

14 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Erzsébet Horváth

Malaysia

Sultan Idris Education University

Faculty of Education and Psychology

Institute of Intercultural Psychology and Education

30 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Orsolya Endrődy

New Zealand

Massey University

Faculty of Science

Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences

14 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Tamás Sági

Panama

University of Panama

Faculty of Law

Department of Private International Law and European Economic Law

14 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. István Erdős

Ukraine Ferenc Rakoczi II Transcarpathian Hungarian College of Higher Education Faculty of Humanitites Department of Modern and Contemporary Hungarian History 5 days / 2 PhD students implementation only between 01/05/2023 and 30/09/2023 Prof. Zsuzsanna Varga

Ukraine*

Ferenc Rakoczi II Transcarpathian Hungarian College of Higher Education

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Modern and Contemporary Hungarian History

10 days / 3 PhD students

fall/spring

Prof. Zsuzsanna Varga

Ukraine*

Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv

Faculty of Science

Department of Social and Economic Geography

10 days / 3 PhD students

fall/spring

Prof. Ferenc Gyuris

United States of America

Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Faculty of Law

Faculty level

14 days / 4 PhD students

fall/spring

Prof. Pál Sonnevend

Prof. Sára Hungler

United States of America

University of Houston

Faculty of Humanities

Institute of Hungarian Linguistics and Finno-Ugric Studies

14 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Judit Bóna

United States of America

University of Miami

Faculty of Law

Department of Private International Law and European Economic Law

14 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. István Erdős

Vietnam

Hue University

Faculty of Education and Psychology

Institute of Intercultural Psychology and Education

15 days / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof.  Lan Anh Nguyen Luu

5. Traineeship in distant partner countries

The purpose of the mobilities is participation in a professional internship organized by the partner university. The activities carried out within the professional practice are counted by ELTE in the student's progress. In all cases, the credit recognition is initiated by the student. If the completed activity fits into the curriculum, credit may be awarded for it, if not, the University will indicate this in the diploma supplement. Since the credit recognision may differ, please check with your academic coordinator or at your faculty administration office before applying.

  • Duration: min. 2 months (max. as indicated in the table below)
  • Grant support: EUR 700/month
  • Travel support (one-time support, based on the distance between the headquarters of the sending and the host institutions, determined with the European Commission's calculator) as indicated in the table above

Mobility is available at the following partner universities for the duration and in the study cycle indicated below.

COUNTRY

PARTNER UNIVERSITY

ELTE FACULTY

ELTE DEPARTMENT

MOBILITY PERIOD / NUMBER OF STUDENTS

APPLICABLE SEMESTER

ACADEMIC COORDINATOR

Chile

Pontifica Universidad Católica de Chile

Faculty of Science

Department of Physical Geography

2 months / 1 MA student

fall/spring

Prof. Balázs Nagy

Malaysia

Sultan Idris Education University

Faculty of Education and Psychology

Institute of Intercultural Psychology and Education

3 months / 1 MA student

fall/spring

Prof. Orsolya Endrődy

New Zealand

Massey University

Faculty of Science

Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences

2 months / 1 MA student

fall/spring

Prof. Tamás Sági

United States of America

Indiana University Maurer School of Law

Faculty of Law

Faculty level (Law degree programme)

2 months / 1 PhD student

fall/spring

Prof. Sára Hungler

 

 

COMPLETING THE MOBILITY

Students completing their studies abroad in the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility program

  • do not pay tuition fees at the host institution;
  • active students who are also enrolled at home, and pay any tuition fees, and receive their regular scholarship for the duration of their stay abroad;
  • in case of semester-long-studies, students implement part of their domestic study obligations by studying abroad. The two cooperating departments agree before the student's trip about the courses to be taken at the foreign university. For BA/BSc and MA/MSc students, the completion of a minimum of 20 ECTS credits is required. The minimum number of credits or units to be completed beyond this at the partner institution for each degree programme will be determined by the course supervisor and published in the faculty/institution/departmental call.
  • Courses related to the major of the student are accepted based on the ELTE credit number, while other courses are evaluated through a separate procedure. For more information on credit recognition see our website.

WHO CAN APPLY?

All ELTE students who

  • have Hungarian citizenship, a registration certificate or a valid permanent or temporary residence permit (with the exception of Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship holders);
  • have completed at least two semesters in BA education by the time of the planned trip (this can be more than two semesters according to special faculty rules);
  • have a valid student status at ELTE in the semester when the mobility is planned;
  • meet the application requirements of the faculty/department concerned;
  • have at least a B2 level in the language(s) of education (if the host university requires a higher level of language proficiency, this will apply.)

In case of traineeships

  • Students participating in Erasmus+ studies (full semester or professional training) during their final semester: mobility may last until the last day of the final semester examination period, but the mobility must be approved before the graduation. 
  • Recent graduates/or students having pre-graduation certificate may also participate in an internship in the year following their graduation. In this case, they may apply in the year of graduation, up to the last day of the last semester examination period, i.e. as long as they have an active student status.
  • Teaching assistantship mobility is also considered as an internship (specified by the faculties).
  • It is possible to travel for a professional training during the first year of higher education studies (faculty exceptions may take place).

According to Erasmus+ rules, each student can be granted Erasmus status for a maximum of 12 months in total per level of education (part-time and professional training altogether, even if it is zero grant (label) mobility!). If the applicant has previously participated in an Erasmus part-time course and/or professional training at their current level of education but has not used the 12-month Erasmus timeframe, they can apply again. Master's or doctoral students who have already been Erasmus+ scholarship holders at their previous level(s) of training may also apply.

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for all types of mobility, please submit the following documents:

  1. the application form (fully filled out and signed both by the student and by the academic coordinator) and its attachments:
  2. a curriculum vitae (in English and in the language required by the host institution);
  3. motivation letter (in English and in the language required by the host institution);
  4. transcript of records of last two semesters in English (printed out from the Neptun system);
  5. a copy of diploma in Hungarian and English (in case you are an MA/MSc or PhD student);
  6. a certificate of the required language proficiency (you may contact the academic coordinator about the required language skills);
  7. a copy of permanent or temporary residence permit or refugee status document if you are not a Hungarian citizen;
  8. any additional documents required by the faculty/institute/department.

Please note that documents requested in a foreign language will be forwarded to the partner institution as part of the nomination process. These documents are mainly used to get to know you at the future host institution.

If the call for applications of the faculty or institute/department contains other requirements, please take them into consideration.

We accept all documents in digital form (Word or Pdf form). We ask applicants to name the documents as "Name Last Name_[type of document]" (e.g. "John Smith_Letter of motivation". Incomplete, illegible or handwritten applications will not be accepted.

When preparing your application, please check the course offerings on the partner universities' websites to find out in which language and at which level (bachelor or master) courses are offered. For more information about the application and the courses offered by the partner institutions, please contact the academic and/or faculty coordinators.

APPLICATION DEADLINE AND EVALUATION PROCEDURE

Submission of applications

Applications for the academic year of 2023/24 have to be submitted to the faculty international office by 6th September, depending on faculty/institute/department specifics. The academic coordinator forwards the applications to the Faculty Committee on Foreign Affairs (Kari Külügyi Bizottság) within 5 business days, which the Committee, after its decision, forwards to the staff of the Department of Erasmus+ and International Programs no later than March 27, 2023.

Evaluation of the applications

General criteria of the evaluation (the list is not in a priority order, and there might be other aspects as well according to individual faculty regulations):

  • language proficiency;
  • academic achievements;
  • professional knowledge and activity;
  • academic excellence or other significant professional achievements;
  • participation in the activities of the ELTE Students’ Union or other organizations;
  • mentoring of incoming Erasmus students.

Ranking and decision-making

Applications that meet the formal requirements are evaluated and ranked first by the Faculty Committee on Foreign Affairs, taking into account the proposal of the academic coordinator and other aspects published in the call for applications. The Faculty Committee on Foreign Affairs prepares an individual evaluation form based on the documents submitted in the application (and possible oral hearing). The Faculty Committee on Foreign Affairs ranks applications based on the scores recorded on the individual evaluation sheets, then forwards the faculty ranking to the Department of Erasmus+ and International Programs. The final ranking is sent to the Committee of Student and Staff Mobility (HOMB), which decides which student(s) ELTE will propose for scholarship status to the partner institution by 25th of April. The final decision will be made by the partner universities, expected within two weeks after the nomination process which varies at different partners.

Students who pass the application but do not receive a scholarship are placed on a reserve list or, with the agreement of the partner institution, may start their mobility as self-financed (zero-grant) students.

The result of the applications becomes complete with the agreement of the partner institutions.

The Announcement of results

Winning applicants are notified by e-mail, expected at the end of April. Where nomination deadlines preced the final decision on the scholarship status, students will be conditionally nominated to partners.

If you have any questions in connection with preparing your application, please contact your academic coordinator or faculty coordinator.

Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility - Call for Applications for the Spring Semester of 2022/2023

Eötvös Loránd University is launching a call for applications for short-term and long-term student mobilities and traineeships for the academic year 2022/2023. The deadline for applications is 20 September 2022.

AIM OF THE CALL

Within the framework of the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility, students have the opportunity to participate in short- or long-term study mobilities or traineeships at one of our partner universities in a so-called Erasmus Partner Country (i.e. not being part of the Erasmus program, such as the United Kingdom, Switzerland or non-European countries).

The following mobilities are available:

  1. Long-term student mobility for study in close partner countries (Gibraltar, United Kingdom, Switzerland)
  2. Short-term doctoral mobility in close partner countries (Gibraltar, United Kingdom, Switzerland)
  3. Long-term student mobility for study or traineeship in distant partner countries
  4. Short-term doctoral mobility in distant partner countries

We would like to draw your attention to the fact that only students from the departments/institutes cooperating with the partners listed below are eligible to apply for the mobilities announced in this call. You may find more information under the description of each type of mobility.

When planning a mobility, it is crucial to know about the various additional support options available. Please find more information on additional financial support and current calls for application on our website.

AVAILABLE MOBILITY TYPES

1. Long-term mobility for studies in close partner countries

The purpose of the long-term study mobility is to spend one academic semester abroad or do thesis research. In case of BA/BSc and MA/MSc students, the mobility can only be realized if the sending institution accepts the exchange semester and it is included in the academic progress of the student – this is ensured by credit and grade conversion according to ELTE regulations and their inclusion in the diploma supplement. For BA/BSc and MA/MSc students, the completion of a minimum of 20 ECTS credits is required.

For PhD students completion of courses is not mandatory if the purpose of the mobility is doctoral research.

  • Applicable duration: 2-6 months (usually 1 semester)
  • Grant amount: EUR 600/month
  • Travel support is not available
  • Additional support and green travel may be applicable

See available mobilities in the partnership, with duration and study cycle below:

COUNTRY

PARTNER UNIVERSITY

ELTE FACULTY

ELTE DEPARTMENT

MOBILITY PERIOD / NUMBER OF STUDENTS

APPLICABLE SEMESTER

ACADEMIC COORDINATOR

Gibraltar

University of Gibraltar

Faculty of Education and Psychology

Department of Clinical Psychology and Addiction

4 months / 2 MA and/or PhD students

spring

Prof. Zsolt Demetrovics

Switzerland

Universität Bern

Faculty of Law

Department of Administrative Law

5 months / 1 BA or MA or PhD student

spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

United Kingdom

Aberystwyth University

Faculty of Law

Department of Administrative Law

5 months / 1 BA or MA student

spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

United Kingdom

Middlesex University

Faculty of Law

Department of Administrative Law

5 months / 1 BA or MA student

spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

United Kingdom

Stranmillis University College

Faculty of Primary and Pre-School Education

At faculty level

5 months / 2 BA students

spring

Ildikó Romanoczki

United Kingdom

University College London

Faculty of Humanities

Greek Department

6 months / 2 BA and/or MA students

spring

Prof. Dániel Kozák

 

United Kingdom

University College London

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Ancient History

5 months / 2 BA students

spring

Prof. András Patay-Horváth

 

United Kingdom

University of Hull

Faculty of Education and Psychology

Institute of Psychology

5 months / 2 BA and/or MA students

spring

Prof. Orhidea Edith Kiss

United Kingdom

University of Manchester

Faculty of Law

Department of Administrative Law

5 months / 1 BA student

spring

Prof.  Krisztina Rozsnyai

United Kingdom

University of Sheffield

Faculty of Law

Department of Administrative Law

5 months / 1 BA student

spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

United Kingdom

University of Sheffield

Faculty of Humanities

School of English and American Studies

5 months / 2 BA students

spring

Prof. Krisztina Szécsényi

2. Short-term doctoral mobility in close partner countries

Short-term mobility is open only to PhD students for the purpose of research, workshops or training.

  • Applicable duration: min. 5, max. 30 days
  • Grant amount: EUR 70/day until the 14th day, EUR 50/day from the 15th day
  • Travel allowance not available

Available mobilities in the partnership, duration and study cycle as indicated below:

COUNTRY

PARTNER UNIVERSITY

ELTE  FACULTY

ELTE  DEPARTMENT

MOBILITY PERIOD / NUMBER OF STUDENTS

APPLICABLE SEMESTER

ACADEMIC COORDINATOR

Gibraltar

University of Gibraltar

Faculty of Education and Psychology

Institute of Psychology

30 days / 2 PhD students

spring

Prof. Zsolt Demetrovics

Switzerland

Universität Luzern

Faculty of Law

Department of Administrative Law

14 days / 1 PhD student

spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

United Kingdom

Middlesex University

Faculty of Law

Department of Administrative Law

14 days / 1 PhD student

spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

3. Long-term mobility for studies or traineeship in distant partner countries

The purpose of the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility scholarship programme is to spend one academic semester abroad or thesis research. In case of bachelor and master students, mobility can only take place if the study abroad is accepted by the sending institution and recognized, either through ELTE credits and converted marks or as a diploma supplement. Minimum 20 ECTS credits must be completed.

PhD students do not have to complete credits if the purpose of mobility is doctoral research.

  • Grant support: EUR 700/month (both for study and traineeship)
  • Travel support (one-time support, based on the distance between the headquarters of the sending and the host institutions, calculated by the European Commission's calculator)

DISTANCE

TRAVEL SUPPORT

0 – 99 km

20 €

100 – 499 km

180 €

500 – 1 999 km

275 €

2 000 – 2 999 km

360 €

3 000 – 3 999 km

530 €

4 000 – 7 999 km

820 €

8 000 – 19 999 km

1 500 €

Mobility is available at the following partner universities for the duration and in the study cycle indicated below. Information on traineeship are marked in italics:

COUNTRY

PARTNER UNIVERSITY

ELTE FACULTY

ELTE DEPARTMENT

MOBILITY PERIOD / NUMBER OF STUDENTS

APPLICABLE SEMESTER

ACADEMIC COORDINATOR

Albania

Polytechnic University of Tirana

Faculty of Informatics

Department of Cartography and Geoinformatics

3 months / 1PhD student

spring

Prof.  Gáspár Albert

Argentina

Universidade de Buenos Aires

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Spanish Language and Literature

5 months / 1 MA or PhD student

spring

Prof. Gabriella Menczel

Argentina

Universidade de Buenos Aires

Faculty of Humanities  

Department of Spanish Language and Literature

5 months / 1 MA or PhD student

spring

Prof. Gabriella Menczel

Brazil

PUC Minas Gerais

Faculty of Law

Department of Administrative Law

5 months / 1 BA or MA or PhD student

spring

Prof. Krisztina Rozsnyai

Brazil

Universidade Federal da Paraíba

Faculty of Informatics

Department of Programming Languages and Compilers

5 months  / 1 BA or MA  student

spring

Prof. Viktória Zsók

Canada

McGill University

Faculty of Humanities

Institute of Historical Studies

4 months  / 1 PhD student

spring

Prof. Erika Szívós

Cape Verde

University of Cape Verde   

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Portuguese Language and Literature

3 months / 2 BA and/or MA students

spring

Prof. István Rákóczi

Prof. Bálint Urbán

China

Beijing Foreign Studies University

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Chinese Studies

5 months  / 6 BA and/or MA and/or PhD students

spring

Prof. Melinda Pap

China

East China Normal

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Chinese Studies

3 months / 1 MA student

spring

Prof. Melinda Pap

China

East China Normal

Faculty of Science

Department of Regional Science

4 months / 1 MA or PhD  student

spring

Prof. Ferenc Gyuris

China

Fudan University

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Chinese Studies

3 months / 1 MA student

spring

Prof. Melinda Pap

China

Peking University

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Chinese Studies

3 months / 1 MA student

spring

Prof. Melinda Pap

China

Peking University

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Ancient History

6 months  / 1 BA or MA or PhD student

spring

Prof. Péter Kató

Egypt

Cairo University

Faculty of Humanities

Latin Department

4 months  / 1 BA or MA student

spring

Prof. Attila Ferenczi

Prof. Dániel Kozák

Georgia

Georgian Institute of Public Affairs

Faculty of Science

Centre of Environmental Science

5 months / 3 BA and/or MA  students

spring

Prof. Zsuzsanna Angyal

Georgia

Georgian Institute of Public Affairs

Faculty of Humanities

Institute for The Theory of Art and Media Studies

5 months / 3 BA and/or MA  students

spring

Prof. Gábor Polyák

Georgia

Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University

Faculty of Humanities

Institute of Historical Studies

5 months  / 1 PhD student

spring

Prof. Tamás Körmendi

Japan

Yamaguchi University

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Japanese Studies

4 months  / 2 BA and/or MA and/or PhD  students

spring

Prof. Balázs Szabó

Mexico

UNAM

Faculty of Science

Department of Geometry

5 months  / 1 MA student

spring

Prof. György Kiss

Mongolia

National University of Mongolia

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Mongolian and Inner-Asian Studies

3 months / 1 MA or PhD  student

spring

Prof. Ágnes Birtalan

Mozambique

Universidade Eduardo Mondlane

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Portuguese Language and Literature

5 months / 2 BA and/or MA and/or PhD students

spring

Prof. István Rákóczi

Prof. Urbán Bálint

 

4. Short-term doctoral mobility to non-European partner countries

Short-term mobility is open only to PhD students for the purpose of research, advanced studies or professional training.

  • Duration: min. 5, max. 30 days
  • Grant amount: EUR 70/day until the 14th day, EUR 50/day from the 15th day
  • travel allowance according to the table above

Mobility is possible in the frame of the following partnerships for the duration indicated:

COUNTRY

PARTNER UNIVERSITY

ELTE FACULTY

ELTE INSTITUTION

MOBILITY PERIOD / NUMBER OF STUDENTS

APPLICABLE SEMESTER

ACADEMIC COORDINATOR

China

Peking University

Faculty of Humanities

Department of Ancient History

30 days / 1 PhD student

spring

Prof. Péter Kató

 

COMPLETING THE MOBILITY

Students completing their studies abroad in the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility program

  • do not pay tuition fees at the host institution;
  • active students who are also enrolled at home, and pay any tuition fees, and receive their regular scholarship for the duration of their stay abroad;
  • in case of semester-long-studies, students implement part of their domestic study obligations by studying abroad. The two cooperating departments agree before the student's trip about the courses to be taken at the foreign university. For BA/BSc and MA/MSc students, the completion of a minimum of 20 ECTS credits is required. The minimum number of credits or units to be completed beyond this at the partner institution for each degree programme will be determined by the course supervisor and published in the faculty/institution/departmental call.
  • Courses related to the major of the student are accepted based on the ELTE credit number, while other courses are evaluated through a separate procedure. For more information on credit recognition see our website.

WHO CAN APPLY?

All ELTE students who

  • have Hungarian citizenship, a registration certificate or a valid permanent or temporary residence permit (with the exception of Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship holders);
  • have completed at least two semesters in BA education by the time of the planned trip (this can be more than two semesters according to special faculty rules);
  • have a valid student status at ELTE in the semester when the mobility is planned;
  • meet the application requirements of the faculty/department concerned;
  • have at least a B2 level in the language(s) of education (if the host university requires a higher level of language proficiency, this will apply.)

In case of traineeships

  • Students participating in Erasmus+ studies (full semester or professional training) during their final semester: mobility may last until the last day of the final semester examination period, but the mobility must be approved before the graduation. 
  • Recent graduates/or students having pre-graduation certificate may also participate in an internship in the year following their graduation. In this case, they may apply in the year of graduation, up to the last day of the last semester examination period, i.e. as long as they have an active student status.
  • Teaching assistantship mobility is also considered as an internship (specified by the faculties).
  • It is possible to travel for a professional training during the first year of higher education studies (faculty exceptions may take place).

According to Erasmus+ rules, each student can be granted Erasmus status for a maximum of 12 months in total per level of education (part-time and professional training altogether, even if it is zero grant (label) mobility!). If the applicant has previously participated in an Erasmus part-time course and/or professional training at their current level of education but has not used the 12-month Erasmus timeframe, they can apply again. Master's or doctoral students who have already been Erasmus+ scholarship holders at their previous level(s) of training may also apply.

HOW TO APPLY

To apply for all types of mobility, please submit the following documents:

  1. the application form (fully filled out and signed both by the student and by the academic coordinator) and its attachments:
  2. a curriculum vitae (in English and in the language required by the host institution);
  3. motivation letter (in English and in the language required by the host institution);
  4. transcript of records of last two semesters in English (printed out from the Neptun system);
  5. a copy of diploma in Hungarian and English (in case you are an MA/MSc or PhD student);
  6. a certificate of the required language proficiency (you may contact the academic coordinator about the required language skills);
  7. a copy of permanent or temporary residence permit or refugee status document if you are not a Hungarian citizen;
  8. any additional documents required by the faculty/institute/department.

Please note that documents requested in a foreign language will be forwarded to the partner institution as part of the nomination process. These documents are mainly used to get to know you at the future host institution.

If the call for applications of the faculty or institute/department contains other requirements, please take them into consideration.

We accept all documents in digital form (Word or Pdf form). Incomplete, illegible, or handwritten applications will not be accepted.

When preparing your application, please check the course offerings on the partner universities' websites to find out in which language and at which level (bachelor or master) courses are offered. For more information about the application and the courses offered by the partner institutions, please contact the academic and/or faculty coordinators.

APPLICATION DEADLINE AND EVALUATION PROCEDURE

Submission of applications

Applications for the spring semester of 2022/23 have to be submitted to the academic coordinator by 20th September, depending on faculty/institute/department specifics. The academic coordinator forwards the applications to the Faculty Committee on Foreign Affairs (Kari Külügyi Bizottság) within 5 business days, which the Committee, after its decision, forwards to the staff of the Department of Erasmus+ and International Programs no later than October 3, 2022.

Evaluation of the applications

General criteria of the evaluation (the list is not in a priority order, and there might be other aspects as well according to individual faculty regulations):

  • language proficiency;
  • academic achievements;
  • professional knowledge and activity;
  • academic excellence or other significant professional achievements;
  • participation in the activities of the ELTE Students’ Union or other organizations;
  • mentoring of incoming Erasmus students.

Ranking and decision-making

Applications that meet the formal requirements are evaluated and ranked first by the Faculty Committee on Foreign Affairs, taking into account the proposal of the academic coordinator and other aspects published in the call for applications. The Faculty Committee on Foreign Affairs prepares an individual evaluation form based on the documents submitted in the application (and possible oral hearing). The Faculty Committee on Foreign Affairs ranks applications based on the scores recorded on the individual evaluation sheets, then forwards the faculty ranking to the Department of Erasmus+ and International Programs. The final ranking is sent to the Committee of Student and Staff Mobility (HOMB), which decides which student(s) ELTE will propose for scholarship status to the partner institution by 13th of October. The final decision will be made by the partner universities, expected within two weeks after the nomination process with a deadline of October 15, 2022.

Students who pass the application but do not receive a scholarship are placed on a reserve list or, with the agreement of the partner institution, may start their mobility as a self-financed student.

The result of the applications becomes complete with the agreement of the partner institutions.

The Announcement of results

Winning applicants are notified by e-mail, expected at the end of October. Where nominations are expected by the beginning of October, students will be nominated to the partners conditionally.

If you have any questions in connection with preparing your application, please contact your academic coordinator or faculty coordinator.


Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility - Call for Applications for the Spring Semester of 2021/2022

Next deadline : 20th September 2021
Eötvös Loránd University now accepts applications from students who wish to participate in the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility Programme in the spring semester of 2021/2022.

THE AIM OF THE CALL

Within the framework of the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility (ICM), students have the opportunity to participate in a study abroad programme at one of our partner universities outside the European Union.

The purpose of the ICM scholarship programme is to spend one academic semester abroad or thesis research. In the case of BA/BSc and MA/MSc students, the mobility can only be realized if the sending institution accepts the exchange semester and it is included in the academic progress of the student – this is ensured by credit and grade conversion according to ELTE regulations and their inclusion in the diploma supplement. In the case of PhD students, it is not mandatory to register to and complete courses if the purpose of the mobility is research.

At the host institution, Erasmus+ ICM students

  • spend a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 5 months abroad (depending on the offer of the host institution);
  • do not pay tuition fee;
  • enroll at the home university as well, pay any tuition at the home university and receive any associated grants from the home university for the duration of the study abroad programme;
  • complete a part of their studies at the home university by attending and successfully completing courses at the host institution abroad. Before the mobility, the two cooperating departments agree on which courses the student will complete at the host institution. For BA/BSc and MA/MSc students, the completion of a minimum of 20 ECTS credits is required. Additional credit requirements, as well as the compulsory number of courses to be completed at the host institution are determined by the department supervisors and are published in the faculty/institutional/departmental call for applications. PhD students can also complete the research activity specified in their study plan within the framework of a study abroad programme at the host institution, in which case there is no minimum credit requirement.
  • Courses related to the major of the student are accepted based on the ELTE credit number, while other courses are evaluated through a separate procedure.

Please do check the set of available courses at the website of the host university and do carefully study information about their language and level (BA/BSc or MA/MSc). For information on how to apply and the host university’s available programmes, please contact your faculty coordinator. You can obtain information about the list of partner institutions and academic coordinators by contacting the faculty coordinator and searching on the websites of your faculty/institute/department. Calls for Erasmus+ application might also be published on wall posters.

WHO CAN APPLY?

Every ELTE student can apply who

  • has a Hungarian citizenship, a registration certificate, or a valid residence permit (except for Stipendium Hungaricum scholarship holders);
  • as a BA/BSc student, has already completed at least two semesters at the time of the planned departure (this may be more than two semesters according to special rules of the institute/department);
  • has a student status at ELTE in the semester when the mobility is planned;
  • meets the application criteria;
  • has at least a B2 level of complex language proficiency in the language(s) of instruction (if the host university requires a higher level of language proficiency, this will apply).

THE AMOUNT OF SCHOLARSHIP

Within the framework of the Erasmus+ ICM programme, outgoing students receive a monthly stipend of 700 EUR, as well as a one-time travel support based on travel distance (between the two cities of the home and host institutions).

DISTANCE AMOUNT OF TRAVEL SUPPORT
0 – 99 km 20 €
100 – 499 km 180 €
500 – 1 999 km 275 €
2 000 – 2 999 km 360 €
3 000 – 3 999 km 530 €
4 000 – 7 999 km 820 €
8 000 – 19 999 km 1 500 €

According to the regulations of the Erasmus+ programme, each student can obtain an Erasmus status for a maximum of 12 months on each level of education (study abroad mobilities and traineeship mobilities in total, even if it is a label (zero grant) mobility). If the student has already participated in the Erasmus+ programme but she/he has not used up the 12 months available, the student can apply again. Those MA/MSc and PhD students who have already participated in the Erasmus+ programme during their previous studies are also allowed to apply.

APPLICATION DEADLINE AND PROCESS

Applications for the spring semester of 2021/22 have to be submitted to the academic coordinator by September 20, depending on any faculty/institute/departmental specifics. The academic coordinator forwards his/her proposal for the application to the Faculty Committee on Foreign Affairs within 5 business days, which the Faculty Committee on Foreign Affairs forwards to the staff of the Department of Erasmus+ and International Programmes within 5 business days of its decision. The final decision is made by the academic coordinators of the partner universities.

Required application materials

  • the application form (fully filled out and signed both by the student and by the academic coordinator) and its attachments:
  • a curriculum vitae (in English and in the language required by the host institution);
  • a letter of motivation (in English and in the language required by the host institution);
  • the grades of your last two semesters in English (printed out from the Neptun system);
  • a copy of your diploma in Hungarian and English (in case you are an MA/MSc or PhD student);
  • a certificate of the required language proficiency (you may contact the academic coordinator about the required language skills);
  • a copy of your residence permit or the document certifying refugee status;
  • any additional documents required by the faculty/institute/department.

If the faculty/institute/department call for applications contains further requirements, please take them into consideration. Incomplete, ineligible, illegible, or non-typed applications will not be accepted.

While preparing your application, please check the set of available courses at the website of the host university and carefully study information about their language requirements and level (BA/BSc or MA/MSc). For more information about the application and the courses offered by the partner institutions, please contact the academic and/or faculty coordinators.

The evaluation of the applications

General criteria of the evaluation (the list is not in a priority order, and there might be other aspects as well according to individual faculty regulations):

  • language proficiency at the field of study;
  • academic achievements;
  • professional knowledge and activity;
  • academic excellence or other significant professional achievements;
  • participation in the activities of the ELTE Students’ Union or other organizations;
  • participation in the Student Mentor/Buddy System, supporting Erasmus students

Ranking and decision-making

Applications that meet the formal requirements are evaluated and ranked first by the Faculty Judging Committee, taking into account the proposal of the academic coordinator and other aspects published in the call for applications. The Faculty Judging Committee prepares an individual evaluation form based on the documents submitted in the application and the interview/letter of motivation. The Faculty Judging Committee ranks applications based on the scores recorded on the individual evaluation sheets. The final student ranking is sent to the Student and Teacher Mobility Committee, which decides which student(s) ELTE will propose for scholarship status to the partner institution. Students who pass the application but do not receive a scholarship are placed on a reserve list or, with the agreement of the partner institution, may start their mobility as a self-financed student.

An application is successful only once it has been accepted by the partner institution.

The announcement of results

Winning applicants are notified by email at the end of Ocotber. 

If you have any questions in connection with preparing your application, please contact your academic or faculty coordinators

AVAILABLE MOBILITIES

Attention! For the universities in italics in the following chart, institutional support is not yet available. Nevertheless, we encourage all interested students not to get discouraged by this information. Do not hesitate to submit your application to these partners as well!
COUNTRY UNIVERSITY ELTE FACULTY ELTE INSTITUTE MOBILITY PERIOD / NUMBER OF AVAILABLE MOBILITIES ACADEMIC COORDINATOR
Albania Polytechnic University of Tirana Faculty of Informatics

Institute of Cartography and Geoinformatics

 

3 months / 1 PhD student Gáspár Albert
Argentina University of Buenos Aires Faculty of Humanities Department of Spanish Studies 5 months / 1 MA or PhD student

Margit Santos-Blastik,

Dóra Faix

Bhutan Royal Thimphu College Faculty of Humanities Institute of Historical Studies 5 months / 1 MA or PhD student Gábor Sonkoly
Brazil Universidade Federal da Paraíba Faculty of Informatics

Department of Programming Languages and Compliers

 

5 months / 1 BA or MA student Viktória Zsók
Canada McGill University Faculty of Humanities Institute of Historical Studies 4 months / 1 PhD students Erika Szívós
Cape Verde University of Cape Verde Faculty of Humanities Department of Portugese Studies  3 months / 2 BA or MA students István Rákóczi
China East China Normal University Faculty of Humanities Department of Chinese Studies 3 months / 1 MA student Melinda Pap
China East China Normal University Faculty of Science Department of Regional Studies 4 months / 1 MA student

Ferenc Gyuris

Gábor Szalkai

China Fudan University Faculty of Humanities Department of Chinese Studies 3 months / 1 MA student Melinda Pap
Georgia Georgian Institute of Public Affairs Faculty of Science Centre of Environmental Science 5 months / 3 BA or MA students Zsuzsanna Angyal
Georgia Georgian Institute of Public Affairs Faculty of Humanities Institute for the Theory of Art and Media Studies 5 months / 3 BA or MA students Ferenc Hammer
Georgia International Black Sea University Faculty of Primary and Pre-School Education Department of Foreign Languages and Literature 5 months / 2 BA students Valéria Árva
Georgia Ivane Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University Faculty of Humanities Institute of Historical Studies 5 months / 1 PhD student Tamás Körmendi
Japan University of Tokyo Faculty of Informatics Department of Programming Languages and Compliers 5 months / 1 MA or PhD student Viktória Zsók
Malaysia Universiti Teknologi MARA Faculty of Humanities Institute of Library and Information Science 5 months / 1 MA or PhD student Katalin Bella
Morocco Cadi Ayyad University Faculty of Humanities Department of French Studies 5 months / 2 MA or PhD students Tivadar Palágyi
Russia Lomonosov Moscow State University Faculty of Law Faculty of Law 5 months / 1 MA or PhD student Brigitta Dalnoki
Russia Lomonosov Moscow State University Faculty of Law Department of Criminal Law 5 months / 1 MA or PhD student Imre Németh
Russia Lomonosov Moscow State University Faculty of Humanities Institute of Historical Studies 5 months / 1 MA or PhD student István Szijjártó
Russia Saint Petersburg State University Faculty of Law Faculty of Law 5 months / 1 MA or PhD student Brigitta Dalnoki
Russia Saint Petersburg State University Faculty of Law Department of Criminal Law 5 months / 1 MA or PhD student Imre Németh
Thailand Chiang Mai University Faculty of Education and Psychology Institute of Intercultural Psychology and Education 5 months / 1 MA or PhD student Erzsébet Csereklye
Thailand Sukhothai Thammathirat Open University Faculty of Humanities Institute of Library and Information Science 5 months / 1 MA or PhD student Katalin Bella
Tunisia Université de Carthage Faculty of Humanities Department of French Studies 5 months / 2 MA or PhD students Tivadar Palágyi
Ukraine Ferenc Rákoczi II. Transcarpathian Hungarian Institute Faculty of Humanities Institute of Slavonic and Baltic Philology 5 months / 1 MA or PhD student Oxana Kovács
Ukraine Ferenc Rákoczi II. Transcarpathian Hungarian Institute Faculty of Humanities Department of Modern and Contemporary Hungarian History 5 months / 2 MA or PhD students Zsuzsanna Varga
Ukraine Ferenc Rákoczi II. Transcarpathian Hungarian Institute Faculty of Science Department of Regional Studies 5 months / 1 PhD student Gábor Szalkai
Ukraine Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv Faculty of Science Department of Regional Studies 5 months / 2 MA or PhD students

Ferenc Gyuris

Ukraine Ferenc Rákoczi II. Transcarpathian Hungarian Institute Faculty of Science Department of Regional Studies 5 months / 1 BA or PhD student Gábor Szalkai
United States of America CSI CUNY Faculty of Primary and Pre-School Education Department of Mathematics 5 months / 1 BA student Judit Szitányi
United States of America Indiana University Maurer School of Law Faculty of Law Faculty of Law 5 months / 1 MA or PhD student Pál Sonnevend

 

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME

European Commission
Tempus Poublic Foundation


Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility - Call for Applications for the Spring Semester of 2019/20

Next deadline : 7th October 2019
Eötvös Loránd University now accepts applications from students who would like to participate in the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility Programme for the Spring semester of 2019/2020.

THE AIM OF THE CALL

Accepted students will receive opportunity to:

  • Study as an exchange student without paying any tuition fee at one of the partner universities outside the European Union, in the same status as the students of the host university. Credits can be accepted with the approval of the Department/Institute.

The purpose of study tours might be to spend one academic semester abroad or start to work on thesis preparation. The mobility can only be realized if the home university accepts the credits of the exchange study. The recognition of courses completed abroad is based on the credit transfer regulation of ELTE.

Erasmus+ international credit mobility students studying at a host university:

  • Spend 3 - 10 months abroad as a student;
  • Do not pay tuition fee at the host university;
  • Have a student status at the home university with receiving associated grants from and paying necessary costs to the home university;
  • Fulfil one part of their studies away from their home university and these subjects/credits are accepted by the home university upon arrival (though before departure, the study programme is planned together with the academic representative of the student at the home university). ECTS credits determined by the host university must be fulfilled on an average basis in a semester but it can not be fewer than 20 ECTS. The minimum credits that must be fulfilled at the courses is specified by the academic representative of the home university (these minimum numbers are defined by the Institute/Department of the home university and published in their calls). PhD students may perform research activities as defined in the context of the partner university training plans as part of training (min. ECTS is not determined).
  • Might receive an Erasmus+ financial grant for a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 5 months. Only subjects and courses directly related to the student’s major at the home university are accepted, while other subjects and courses will be evaluated by a separate procedure.

Please do check the set of available courses at the website of the host university and do carefully study information about their language and level (BA/BSc or MA/MSc). For information on how to apply and the host university’s available programmes, please contact Faculty Coordinators. You can obtain information about the list of partner institutions and professional coordinators by contacting Faculty Coordinators and searching on Faculty websites. Calls for Erasmus+ application might also be published on wall posters as well.

WHO CAN APPLY?

Students:

  • With Hungarian nationality or registration or permanent residence permit or residence permit;
  • Studying in a minimum of a 6 semester- long programme who are in their 2nd year studies at least (the faculty regulations can be different from this rule);
  • With a student status at Eötvös Loránd University in that semester the student is planning his/her mobility;
  • Who meet the criteria of the department’s or institute’s published call.

According to the rules/regulations of the Erasmus+ program each student can obtain Erasmus status for max. 10 months on the basis of level of educations (studies and internship in total, even if it is label (zero grant) mobility). If the student has already participated in Erasmus program but she/he could not use the 10 month Erasmus period, the student can apply again (even if, it is label (zero grant) mobility). The following students can apply as well: Students studying in a master or doctoral programme and they have already participated in Erasmus program in a different study cycle (in case of an MA/Msc student it means BA/Bsc, in case of a doctoral student it means MA/Msc and BA/Bsc).

PERIOD AND AMOUNT OF THE GRANT SCHEME

Successful outgoing students can receive financial support via the Campus Mundi scholarship programme for the time of one semester (5 months). The minimum period of study tours is three months. The amount of the grant depends on the length of the programme.

The grants for the Spring semester of 2019/2020:

  • Outgoing students can receive Campus Mundi financial grant for a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 5 months. Only subjects and courses directly related to the student’s major at the home university are accepted, while other subjects and courses will be evaluated by a separate procedure.
  • The Campus Mundi scholarship amounts for students: 350.000 HUF/ month, excluding Albania, Serbia and Ukraine, for which the scholarship is 200.000 HUF/ month.
  • Students with disability or chronic illness can apply for additional financial support as well.

We would like to call the students’ attention to the fact that the financial support does not cover all the costs that arise during their stay abroad and it must be covered from other sources.

For more information please check our homepage here (section I.B., in Hungarian!).

HOW TO APPLY?

Only paper applications will be available for the call. Applications appealing to the call and the Faculty’s special criteria must be handed in printed and signed with attachments to the assigned Faculty Coordinator (the name given in the application call) until 7th October 2019 the latest). Please note that applications with late or insufficient submission are not accepted.

EVALUATION

Submitted applications are evaluated by a professional board, formed by the Institute/Department until 14th October 2019 the latest. The ranking is published on that day by the Faculties. The evaluation criteria are published in the call. The student might be required to participate at a personal interview after receiving the written evaluation.

General criteria of the evaluation (the list is not in a priority order, there might be other aspects as well according to differing Faculty regulations):

  • Language proficiency at the study field;
  • Academic achievement;
  • Professional awareness;
  • Academic excellence or other significant professional achievement;
  • Participation in Student Union activities or others at related organizations;
  • Participation in a Student Mentor/Buddy System, supporting students.

Students who have not participated in the Erasmus+ programme before are given priority in the evaluation.

Based on the above points, the Institutes/Departments nominate students to the Erasmus Board (for study tours, and financial grants).

Should you have any questions in relation with preparing your application, please feel free to contact your Faculty/Institute/Department Coordinator.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME

European Commission
Tempus Poublic Foundation


Erasmus+ Call for Applications International Credit Mobility for the Academic Year 2018/19

Next deadline : 30th October 2018
Eötvös Loránd University now accepts applications from students who would like to participate in the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility Programme in Academic Year 2018/2019.

THE AIM OF THE CALL

Accepted students will receive opportunity to:

  • Study as an exchange student without paying any tuition fee at one of the partner universities outside the European Union, in the same status as the students of the host university. Credits can be accepted with the approval of the Department/Institute.

The purpose of study tours might be to spend one academic semester abroad or start to work on thesis preparation. The mobility can only be realized if the home university accepts the credits of the exchange study. The recognition of courses completed abroad is based on the credit transfer regulation of ELTE.

Erasmus+ international credit mobility students studying at a host university:

  • Spend 3 - 10 months abroad as a student;
  • Do not pay tuition fee at the host university;
  • Have a student status at the home university with receiving associated grants from and paying necessary costs to the home university;
  • Fulfil one part of their studies away from their home university and these subjects/credits are accepted by the home university upon arrival (though before departure, the study programme is planned together with the academic representative of the student at the home university). ECTS credits determined by the host university must be fulfilled on an average basis in a semester but it can not be less than 20 ECTS. The minimum credits that must be fulfilled at the courses is specified by the academic representative of the home university (these minimum numbers are defined by the Institute/Department of the home university and published in their calls). PhD students may perform research activities as defined in the context of the partner university training plans as part of training (min. ECTS is not determined).
  • Might receive an Erasmus+ financial grant for a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 5 months. Only subjects and courses directly related to the student’s major at the home university are accepted, while other subjects and courses will be evaluated by a separate procedure.

Please do check the set of available courses at the website of the host university and do carefully study information about their language and level (BA/BSc or MA/MSc). For information on how to apply and the host university’s available programmes, please contact Faculty Coordinators. You can obtain information about the list of partner institutions and professional coordinators by contacting Faculty Coordinators and searching on Faculty websites. Calls for Erasmus+ application might also be published on wall posters as well.

WHO CAN APPLY?

Students:

  • With Hungarian nationality or registration or permanent residence permit or residence permit;
  • Studying in a minimum of a 6 semester- long programme who are in their 2nd year studies at least (the faculty regulations can be different from this rule);
  • With a student status at Eötvös Loránd University in that semester the student is planning his/her mobility;
  • Who meet the criteria of the department’s or institute’s published call.

According to the rules/regulations of the Erasmus+ program each student can obtain Erasmus status for max. 12 months on the basis of level of educations (studies and internship in total, even if it is label (zero grant) mobility). If the student has already participated in Erasmus program but she/he could not use the 12 month Erasmus period, the student can apply again (even if, it is label (zero grant) mobility). The following students can apply as well: Students studying in a master or doctoral programme and they have already participated in Erasmus program in a different study cycle (in case of an MA/Msc student it means BA/Bsc, in case of a doctoral student it means MA/Msc and BA/Bsc).

PERIOD AND AMOUNT OF THE GRANT SCHEME

Successful students receive financial support for the time of one semester (5 months). If the student participates in a joint programme, he/she might receive financial support for a period of ten months. In this case, the name and the fact of participation must be shown on the application form. The minimum period of study tours is three months. The amount of the grant depends on the length of the programme.

The grants for 2018/2019:

  • Successful students receive financial support for minimum three and maximum five months period.
  • The financial support amounts to 650 €/ month for every partner university.
  • Successful students receive a one time travel support based on the travel distance. Travel distances are calculated using the distance calculator supported by the European Commission. Financial support ranges between 180 and 1100 EUR.

Students with disability or chronicle illness can apply for additional financial support as well. The expected deadline for the application is July and November (more information: www.elte.hu/erasmus/hallgmob).

We would like to call the students’ attention to the fact that the financial support does not cover all the costs that arise during their stay abroad and it must be covered from other sources.

HOW TO APPLY?

Only paper applications will be available for the call. Applications appealing to the call and the Faculty’s special criteria must be handed in printed and signed with attachments to the assigned Faculty Coordinator (the name given in the application call) until 30 October 2018 the latest). Please note that applications with late or insufficient submission are not accepted.

EVALUATION

Submitted applications are evaluated by a professional board, formed by the Institute/Department until 30 November 2018 the latest. The ranking is published on this day by the Faculties. The evaluation criteria are published in the call. The student might be required to participate at a personal interview after receiving the written evaluation.

General criteria of the evaluation (the list is not in a priority order, there might be other aspects as well according to differing Faculty regulations):

  • Language proficiency at the study field;
  • Academic achievement;
  • Professional awareness;
  • Academic excellence or other significant professional achievement;
  • Participation in Student Union activities or others at related organizations;
  • Participation in a Student Mentor/Buddy System, supporting students.

Students who have not participated in the Erasmus+ programme before are given priority in the evaluation.

Based on the above points, the Institutes/Departments nominate students to the Erasmus Board (for study tours, and financial grants).

Should you have any questions in relation with preparing your application, please feel free to contact your Faculty/Institute/Department Coordinator.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME

European Commission
Tempus Poublic Foundation


Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility - Call for Applications 2016/17

Next deadline : 30th November 2018
Eötvös Loránd University now accepts applications from students who would like to participate in the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility Programme in Academic Year 2018/19.

THE AIM OF THE CALL

Accepted students will receive opportunity to:

  • Study as an exchange student without paying any tuition fee at one of the partner universities outside the European Union, in the same status as the students of the host university. Credits can be accepted with the approval of the Department/Institute.

The purpose of study tours might be to spend one academic semester abroad or start to work on thesis preparation. The mobility can only be realized if the home university accepts the credits of the exchange study. The recognition of courses completed abroad is based on the credit transfer regulation of ELTE.

Erasmus+ international credit mobility students studying at a host university:

  • Spend 3 - 10 months abroad as a student;
  • Do not pay tuition fee at the host university;
  • Have a student status at the home university with receiving associated grants from and paying necessary costs to the home university;
  • Fulfil one part of their studies away from their home university and these subjects/credits are accepted by the home university upon arrival (though before departure, the study programme is planned together with the academic representative of the student at the home university). ECTS credits determined by the host university must be fulfilled on an average basis in a semester but it can not be less than 20 ECTS. The minimum credits that must be fulfilled at the courses is specified by the academic representative of the home university (these minimum numbers are defined by the Institute/Department of the home university and published in their calls). PhD students may perform research activities as defined in the context of the partner university training plans as part of training (min. ECTS is not determined).
  • Might receive an Erasmus+ financial grant for a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 5 months. Only subjects and courses directly related to the student’s major at the home university are accepted, while other subjects and courses will be evaluated by a separate procedure.

Please do check the set of available courses at the website of the host university and do carefully study information about their language and level (BA/BSc or MA/MSc). For information on how to apply and the host university’s available programmes, please contact Faculty Coordinators. You can obtain information about the list of partner institutions and professional coordinators by contacting Faculty Coordinators and searching on Faculty websites. Calls for Erasmus+ application might also be published on wall posters as well.

WHO CAN APPLY?

Students:

  • With Hungarian nationality or registration or permanent residence permit or residence permit;
  • Studying in a minimum of a 6 semester- long programme who are in their 2nd year studies at least (the faculty regulations can be different from this rule);
  • With a student status at Eötvös Loránd University in that semester the student is planning his/her mobility;
  • Who meet the criteria of the department’s or institute’s published call.

According to the rules/regulations of the Erasmus+ program each student can obtain Erasmus status for max. 12 months on the basis of level of educations (studies and internship in total, even if it is label (zero grant) mobility). If the student has already participated in Erasmus program but she/he could not use the 12 month Erasmus period, the student can apply again (even if, it is label (zero grant) mobility). The following students can apply as well: Students studying in a master or doctoral programme and they have already participated in Erasmus program in a different study cycle (in case of an MA/Msc student it means BA/Bsc, in case of a doctoral student it means MA/Msc and BA/Bsc).

PERIOD AND AMOUNT OF THE GRANT SCHEME

Successful students receive financial support for the time of one semester (5 months). If the student participates in a joint programme, he/she might receive financial support for a period of ten months. In this case, the name and the fact of participation must be shown on the application form. The minimum period of study tours is three months. The amount of the grant depends on the length of the programme.

The grants for 2018/2019:

  • Successful students receive financial support for minimum three and maximum five months period.
  • The financial support amounts to 650 €/ month for every partner university.
  • Successful students receive a one time travel support based on the travel distance. Travel distances are calculated using the distance calculator supported by the European Commission. Financial support ranges between 180 and 1100 EUR.

Students with disability or chronicle illness can apply for additional financial support as well. The expected deadline for the application is July and November (more information: www.elte.hu/erasmus/hallgmob).

We would like to call the students’ attention to the fact that the financial support does not cover all the costs that arise during their stay abroad and it must be covered from other sources.

HOW TO APPLY?

Only paper applications will be available for the call. Applications appealing to the call and the Faculty’s special criteria must be handed in printed and signed with attachments to the assigned Faculty Coordinator (the name given in the application call) until 30 November 2018 the latest). Please note that applications with late or insufficient submission are not accepted.

EVALUATION

Submitted applications are evaluated by a professional board, formed by the Institute/Department until 15 December 2018 the latest. The ranking is published on this day by the Faculties. The evaluation criteria are published in the call. The student might be required to participate at a personal interview after receiving the written evaluation.

General criteria of the evaluation (the list is not in a priority order, there might be other aspects as well according to differing Faculty regulations):

  • Language proficiency at the study field;
  • Academic achievement;
  • Professional awareness;
  • Academic excellence or other significant professional achievement;
  • Participation in Student Union activities or others at related organizations;
  • Participation in a Student Mentor/Buddy System, supporting students.

Students who have not participated in the Erasmus+ programme before are given priority in the evaluation.

Based on the above points, the Institutes/Departments nominate students to the Erasmus Board (for study tours, and financial grants).

Should you have any questions in relation with preparing your application, please feel free to contact your Faculty/Institute/Department Coordinator.

MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME

European Commission
Tempus Poublic Foundation


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