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In 2014, the college obtained the Erasmus Charter for Tertiary Education 2014-2020. The Charter allows mobility of students for practical training and study and mobility of lecturers for training or teaching.

1. Student Mobility

Erasmus+ aims to improve young people’s skills and employability and modernise education, training and youth work. It offers students an unforgettable cultural, linguistic and maturity experience, personal growth, new acquaintances and thus better job perspectives.

Information for students who want to do their placement abroad:

  • Summer placements abroad are an important part of studying and help to improve graduates’ employability by giving them relevant work experience during their studies. It is important to spend some time choosing the right placement. A lot of information can be found online, both through official company/school/university/agency websites, various rankings and reviews, as well as various forums where (potential) students exchange opinions.
  • Before you go, obtain a European Health Insurance Card ( and arrange an insurance card.
  • When travelling or staying abroad, you should take out insurance for situations not covered by the EHIC, such as liability insurance, which covers damages for which you are responsible (e.g. if you accidentally break a valuable object while on placement). Health insurance systems vary widely across Europe, so check for each country individually.
  • You can get a ‘Learning Agreement’ from the coordinator, which must be signed by the school, the student and the company before you go abroad. You will also need to arrange a school contract in triplicate and a PRI Report.
  • Before going abroad, students take a language assessment through the Online Linguistic Support (OLS) course. OLS support provides Erasmus+ long-term mobility participants (Key Action 1) with the opportunity to assess their foreign language skills for use in studying, working or volunteering abroad. In addition, online language courses are available for selected participants to improve their competences.

More information on language assessments

More information on language courses

If you are interested in finding out all about doing a traineeship abroad, follow this link: Guide to traineeships abroad

To help anyone thinking of working or doing a traineeship abroad, we have a list of some databases, employers and job brokers:


2. Staff mobility

The Erasmus+ Mobility between Programme Countries (KA103) programme allows mobility of teaching staff for the purpose of teaching abroad in higher education institutions and training of staff in public or private organisations from the Programme Countries active on the labour market or in the field of education, training and youth (e.g. public or private, small, medium or large enterprises; public authorities at local, regional or national level, research institutes; school, institute or training centre at any level…).


The Erasmus+ Coordinator and Head of the International Office is Mojca Jošt,

International office colleague. Gordana Vulić,


Office hours: by appointment.



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