• “Thanks to Erasmus+ I spent an extended period in Paris, which was always my dream.”

    “Thanks to Erasmus+ I spent an extended period in Paris, which was always my dream.”

    – Jan Dohnal, student of Faculty of Law

Erasmus+ Europe

Erasmus+ is an exchange programme of the European Union which makes it possible for Masaryk University students to study at a wide range of European universities. Each department and faculty has in its offer various partner universities in Europe. You can obtain further information from the website of the department/faculty or from the departmental/faculty coordinator. You can also read about experiences of students with the Erasmus programme and partner universities.

Masaryk University provides students on study placements with a grant of 480 to 600 euros per month depending on which country they go to.

Study placements can take place only in countries included in the Erasmus+ programme (further only programme countries). These are the following countries:

  • the twenty-seven member states of the European Union (Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic,  Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden)
  • the countries of the European Economic Area (Norway, Iceland and Lichtenstein)
  • also Turkey, Serbia and Macedonia
  • mobility to Switzerland is not possible via the Erasmus+ programme

The ERASMUS ID code of Masaryk University is CZ BRNO05

Participation Conditions

  • A study placement can take place only on the basis of a valid inter-institutional agreement between the relevant faculty/department of MU and the foreign institution. The length of the study placement is a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 12 months.
  • The student is selected in a duly announced call for applications and at the time of departure must be enrolled for bachelor’s or five-year master’s studies in full-time, combined or distance forms of study.
  • The student is enrolled on an accredited bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral study programme at a higher education institution that is part of the Erasmus+ programme.
  • Throughout the period of their placement the student must be normally enrolled in studies at the faculty/department through which the placement was organised, and the studies may not be ended or interrupted.
  • A condition for the successful completion of the foreign study placement is the gaining of at least 20 ECTS credits for a semester of study at the host institution.
  • A student wishing to travel on a study placement to his/her country of origin will have the lowest priority in the call for applications and will be given the status of a zero grant student, i.e. without the right to provision of financial support.
  • The student may not undertake the study placement in their country of residence.
  • Each applicant must fulfil the Qualification Conditions of the Erasmus+ Programme (which you can find in the Documents section)
  • This programme is not intended for students who are studying at MU with financial support from the Erasmus+ programme.


From the academic year 2020/2021 it is also possible to carry out an online mobility or a blended mobility (a combination of online and physical mobility). Such mobilities will be recognized into the individual studies.

  • physical part of the blended mobility must fulfill the requirement of a minimal length as set by the Erasmus+ programme rules (3 months). The length of the physical mobility could be shortened or replaced in full by online mobility only in duly justified cases of force majeure.
  • the duration of the online mobility is not financially supported within the Erasmus+ programme. Financial support is given in cases of physical mobility abroad or in case of physical part of the blended mobility.
  • the duration of the online or blended mobility (both online and physical part) is calculated towards the Erasmus+ mobility limit of 12 months within one study cycle.


Repeated Trips on Study Placements within the Erasmus+ Programme

  • A student can undertake a study placement or internship abroad with a total length of a maximum of 12 months per study cycle (bachelor’s, master’s or doctoral). Thus it is possible to complete a 6-month study placement and a 6-month internship, or for example a whole 12-month study placement, always however there is a 12-month limit in one study cycle.
  • For multi-annual (e.g. five-year) master’s programmes the maximum subsidy for a study placement/internship is for 24 months. Months completed under the preceding Lifelong Learning Programme/Erasmus in the same study cycle are counted into this period.
  • While repeated study placements by students as part of the Erasmus+ programme are possible, given the limited funds allocated for this activity by the European Commission they can be assessed on the basis of preferences announced in the call for applications, which are fully within the competence of individual faculties/departments.

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Before nomination

Gabriela Složilová

tel: +420 549 49 4800

contact person before nomination,
nomination process to partner universities

After nomination

Jarmila Strýčková

tel: +420 777 128 340

Surnames of students starting with A–Č

Karolína Košábková

tel: +420 549 49 5734

Surnames of students starting with D–M

Denisa Főldešiová

tel: +420 549 49 3539

Surnames of students starting with N–Ž


  • The deadlines for applications are set by MU faculties
  • First call: February
    Second call: April/May

    You will be provided with detailed information by the coordinator at the department/institute
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