Students have to decide which course they will study at which university in advance and register the course in the information system of the particular university.
Each university applies own study rules and requirements for studies.
The Technical University of Dresden promotes student mobility abroad by actively participating in the development of the European and worldwide higher education area and by reducing mobility barriers.
The general framework for all activities of the Erasmus+ Programme is set by the Erasmus Charter and the Eramus Policy Statement. The TUD was awarded Erasmus Charter for Higher Education under the following Application Reference
List of TU Dresden Erasmus+ partners:
List of IHI Zittau Erasmus+ partners:
Erasmus+ faculty co-ordinator: Uta Scheunig
Phone: +49 3583 6124115
The Technical University of Liberec considers internationalization as one of its priority areas. The general framework for all activities of the Erasmus+ Programme is set by the Erasmus Charter and the Eramus Policy Statement. The TUL was awarded Erasmus Charter for Higher Education under the following Application Reference Number: 48246-EPP-1-2014-CZ-EPPKA3-ECHE
List of TUL Erasmus+ partners:
List of Faculty of Economics Erasmus+ partners:
Erasmus+ faculty co-ordinator: Martina Chvojková
Phone: +420 485 352 418
Recommendation for students of FE TUL: The best semester for Erasmus mobility is SUMMER SEMESTER of the FIRST YEAR of your study, with respect to the structure of study plan. WINTER SEMESTER of the FIRST YEAR is possible in exceptional cases. Applications in October of the academic year (in the additional call for applications).
Winter semester of the SECOND YEAR of study takes place at IHI Zittau (potential Erasmus mobility will have to be handled via IHI Zittau study office, not EF TUL).