- Who can go?
- How to apply?
- Recruitment schedule
- How to fill in the recruitment form?
- How to choose the university?
- Recruitment interview
- Documents you must collect
- Money issues
- Insurance & Visa issues
- Consequences of UK's exit from Erasmus+
- Accommodation abroad
- Recognition of the mobility period
- Students responsibilities & rights
- Important documents
- the 2nd and the 3rd year of the BA studies (Polish language studies, single diploma English language studies),
- the 1st and the 2nd year of MA studies (Polish language studies, single diploma English language studies).
- other 2nd and the 3rd year of BA studies in Administration,
- the 3rd and the 4th year of MA studies in Law,
- the 2nd year of MA in Administration,
- the 2nd year of MA in Law in Business.
- fill in the recruitment form
- take part in the recruitment interview
- check the recruitment results
- Go to the recruitment form (Polish and English language available)
- Fill in the general information
- Fill in the foreign languages part
- Check the box if you have participated in the Erasmus program before
- Fill in the university choice part
- from the list of available universities, select 1-3 partner universities according to your preferences (choosing at least 1 university is obligatory) - check on the list if the chosen university is available for your department and follow the steps
- on the website of partner universities find the application deadline, start and end dates of the semester and the list of available courses (if you cannot find this information, please contact the Erasmus+ coordinator from the partner university) and fill in this information in the recruitment form
- fill in the courses which you will have in the spring semester at Lazarski University
- provide a link to the website with the course catalogue at the partner university.
- Submit the recruitment form.
- refer to the list of our partner universities,
- visit the websites of the partner universities,
- look for the partner university courses suitable for your LU study programme,
- look for the partner university academic calendar and check the dates of the semester,
- check the application deadlines in partner universities.
- Erasmus+ program (main idea of Erasmus exchange, basic Erasmus documents),
- Partner universities choice (reason of your choice, deadlines, semester dates, partner university-LU corresponding courses),
- Motivation (prove that you are the one to be chosen).
- Learning Agreement Before the Mobility,
- Letter of Acceptance,
- ID Document,
- Bank Account Statement,
- Tuition Payment Confirmation;
- Boarding pass,
- Certificate of Arrival,
- Learning Agreement During the Mobility;
- Boarding pass,
- Learning Agreement After the Mobility,
- Certificate of Attendance,
- Transcript of Records,
- 80% of the overall amount of grant before your mobility start,
- 20% of the overall amount of grant after your mobility finishes and submitting all required documents.
- wherever relevant, travel insurance (including damage or loss of luggage),
- third party liability (including, wherever appropriate, professional indemnity or insurance for responsibility),
- accident and serious illness (including permanent or temporary incapacity),
- death (including repatriation in case of projects carried out abroad).
- Submission of the mobility documents to International Programmes Department (IPD) by a Student (a list of documents available in ‘Documents you must collect’ ‘After the mobility’ section,
- Acknowledgment of the set of documents provided by the Student by IPD,
- Transferring of ECTS grades awarded by a partner University to the Student into LU grades according to the LU grading system by IPD (the LU grading system available in ‘Rules and Regulations’ document via eUczelnia),
- Final recognition of Erasmus courses that is grades and course content by the Departmental Erasmus Coordinator,
- Introducing Erasmus courses to the LU IT system by the Registrar Office. The Erasmus courses start to be visible for a student as an integral part of the student’s studies record.
- The student can check the grades obtained during the Erasmus+ mobility only in the Virtual University system.
- meet all the deadlines,
- go to the partner university of destination,
- keep in a permanent contact with LU Erasmus+ Exchange Coordinator and follow the given instructions,
- collect all required documents,
- well represent the LU,
- actively participate in the promotion of the Erasmus+ program at LU after returning from the mobility;
- to be informed about the grading system,
- to have the courses recognized by LU,
- to be helped and advised by coordinators,
- to be given an Erasmus grant,
- to be treated equally with regular students at a partner university.
Who can go?
Students of the Faculty of Economics and Management:
Students of the Faculty of Law and Administration:
How to apply?
(more info soon)
October 16 - October 25
On-line application on the website
October 27 - October 30
On-line recruitment interviews
Announcement of recruitment results
!!! APPLICATION DEADLINE - OCTOBER 25 !!!
How to fill in the recruitment form?
How to choose the university?
You can consult your initial choice of the universities with appropriate Departmental Coordinator.
The recruitment interview is aimed at checking your language skills and comprehensibility in English.
You will be invited for the recruitment interview by Erasmus+ Exchange Coordinator via email.
During the interview you will be asked about:
You can keep your own notes during the interview.
If at a partner university you want to study in a language other than English, appropriate for the chosen destination country, you should provide a language certificate of this language at confirming your language proficiency at least at B2 level.
Documents you must collect
Before the Mobility
During the Mobility
After the Mobility
The students will be exempt from paying tuition at the partner university.
Received academic, sports and social grants and scholarships (with the exception of the housing scholarship) in LU will remain in force also in the period of studying abroad.
The Erasmus+ grant is awarded to cover the difference between living costs in Poland and abroad.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and the change in the terms of the grant payment, the grant will be transferred after the boarding pass is submitted.
|Countries||Erasmus grant per month|
|Denmark, Finland, Ireland, Iceland, Lichtenstein. Luxemburg, Norway, Sweden, Great Britain||€520|
|Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Greece, Spain, Holland, Malta, Germany, Portugal, Italy||€500|
|Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia, Macedonia, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Hungary, Turkey||€450|
The way how your Erasmus grant will be transferred to your bank account:
In order to avoid the excessive bank provisions it is recommended to have a Euro bank account in one of the Polish banks.
Insurance & Visa issues
Each student is obliged to insure himself before the mobility.
For the insurance, under the Erasmus+ Program rules the following areas must be covered:
In European Union countries the basic health insurance is guaranteed by the European Health Insurance Card issued by the National Health Fund (EHIC). Remember that the card covers only part of the services related to the treatment, but does not include consequences of accidents or civil liability. Detailed information can be found on the NFZ websites.
Some foreign universities require Erasmus + students to purchase compulsory insurance on site. To avoid double expenses, find out beforehand what formalities you will need to complete at the host university.
Do not forget about baggage insurance for the travel period.
If you need any help with visa issues please contact Student Help Desk Officer Mr. Łukasz Wieczorek at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Consequences of UK's exit from Erasmus+
For those traveling to the UK after December 31, 2020, please be aware that you may need to meet certain departure requirements. Erasmus + participants traveling to the UK for study, traineeship / internship or voluntary work for any period will require a visa, but not for stays of less than 6 months. Participants should check that their visa is valid by going directly to the link. An additional healthcare fee may apply during the visa application process.
You must arrange it by yourself. It is helpful to ask the partner university coordinator about the possible accommodation options.
Recognition of the mobility period
Students responsibilities & rights
You are obliged to:
Your basic rights are:
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic situation in Poland, the International Programmes Office will be at your disposal from Monday to Friday from 8 am to 4 pm for phone calls and email contact ONLY.
Institutional Erasmus+ Coordinator
Monika Krzywus, MSc
tel. +48 22 54 35 365