What are the options for mobility within the Erasmus+ program?
Students can go on a study stay or work internship. Employees can use the Erasmus+ program for a teaching stay at a partner university or for training (educational event, shadowing, cooperation, language stay, etc.)—attention, NOT a conference.
For how long can I use the Erasmus+ program?
Study stays are usually on the length of semesters at the receiving university (1-2 semesters). The minimum duration for a traineeship is 2 months. PhD students can also use a short-term internship for 5-30 days.
Employees usually use a week (5 days plus travel), and the minimum length of stay is 2 days.
Where can I go?
With the Erasmus+ program, you can go to EU countries. A bilateral agreement must be concluded between the institutions for the type of study stay (students) and teaching stay (employees). These are EU member states: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Ireland, Italy, Cyprus, Lithuania, Latvia, Luxembourg, Hungary, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Greece, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden. Then the countries of the European Economic Area (Norway, Iceland and Liechtenstein) as well as Turkey and Macedonia.
What is the amount of the scholarship for a study stay/work placement?
You can find the amount of scholarships for a specific type here:
The scholarship in the Erasmus+ program is a contribution to your stay abroad. It does not compensate for all costs.
I am interested in being in contact with international students here at the Faculty of Science/university. What can I do?
Contact the "international student club" ESN USB Budweis (https://esnusb.cz/).
Where can I get information on foreign mobility?
You can find information about foreign mobilities in the Foreign Mobilities section or on the website of the University of South Bohemia in České Budějovice.
If you do not find the information you seek, do not hesitate to contact our foreign relations department.