Exchange programe for 2nd year students

The selection procedure takes place once a year, at the beginning of the current Fall semester, exchange mobility then follows in the Spring semester of the same academic year.

Students can choose from the European partner universities only (Erasmus+ Programme). The catalogue of available exchange destnations will be published by the end of August.


14. – 19. 9. 2018  Online application in InSIS
21. 9. 2018


 Language knowledge test

RB 101

25. 9. 2018
 Results announcement

Selection procedure

The selection process has one round. Allocation of exchange destinations to applicants is point based.

Criteria Points
Study results (percentile) 100 points
Language knowledge test 30 points
Maximum 130 points
  • Study results / average grade:

By the term “Study results” we mean an applicant’s percentile score, which is calculated within the applicant’s faculty and year of study (i.e. it compares an applicant with all his/her classmates studying at the same faculty within the same year of study).

Every student can find the percentile in our Information system (InSIS), via Student’s Portal -> E-study record -> Study results comparison -> Percentile calculated from faculty and years.

  • Language knowledge/skills:

All applicants for exchange have to prove that they have a certain level of knowledge of the language(s) they are planning to study in when abroad

The language test is an internal part of the selection procedure, all applicants have to write it. (should you miss the test, you would be excluded from further course of the selection process). There is just one test date and hour and your presence in the test room is a must. 60% is needed in order to succeed, that means at least 18 points out of 30.

Please note: some of the partner universities might have specific requirements concerning exchange students language knowledge, i.e. do expect exchange students to have a certain international language exam/certificate unless they are native speakers of the language in question. Information about these specific requirements is included in the catalogue of exchange destinations. If such requirement exists, you will have to present a copy of the respective language certificate already when submitting your online application in InSIS.

How to apply:

  • Online application:

The online application in InSIS will be available in September, it does not need to be printed.

Fill in an online application via our Information system (InSIS) -> Student Portal (see section My study -> My study period abroad -> Submit exchange programme application). Number of destinations which you order according to your preference is not limited.

Enclosures/supporting materials: CV (A4), motivation letter (A4) and, if applicable, a language certificate.