ERASMUS+ 2018/2019

Deadline for applications: 23 March 2018, 9 a.m.

The Department of Anglophone Literatures and Cultures and the Department of English Language and ELT Methodology announce the call for applications for WINTER/SUMMER TERM 2018/2019 Erasmus+ student exchange

The full list of institutions and detailed information on the application procedure can be found in the PDF file.

Application deadline: 23 March 2018, 9 a.m

To apply you have to do the following:

  1. register online into the RUK database at **
  2. to submit, both by an e-mail and in a printed form, a completed application form with enclosures:
    • a copy of the transcript of records from the SIS (need not be certified)
    • a brief project for your study abroad in English (specifying your preferred field of research, the courses you plan to attend, whether you plan to write your thesis there etc.)*

If a student wishes to apply for a place offered by another department, s/he must apply also at DALC/DELEM.

For further information on the Erasmus programme, the regulations, procedures and official forms consult the International office webpage + the Dean´s Regulations

Some general rules:

  • to apply, a student must not have exceeded the standard time of study by more than 1 year
  • a student may study repeatedly on an Erasmus programme but on an official policy precedence is given to students applying for the first time
  • repeated stays will only be funded after funding has been alotted to  accepted first time applicants
  • funding will be alotted for a 3-5 months´period
  • the recommended policy is to give priority to students in the higher level of study (i.e. 1) Ph.D., 2) Mgr., 3) Bc.).
  • on a Zero Grant (no funding) students can study on an Erasmus+ programme at will
  • the regulations for funding are specified in the Dean´s Regulations

Pavla Veselá, Jiřina Popelíková


* Most contracts concern the subject area Modern Languages-English. The respective departments/schools may focus on different areas (e.g. some will concentrate on English literature, some on drama, some on American or Irish studies, etc.) and the range of subjects may differ from our curriculum. For this reason, it is necessary that applicants consult the websites before choosing the university. In some cases, it may be possible to negotiate with other departments of the foreign university a possibility to attend courses related to your curriculum at your home department (e.g. philosophy, TEFL, linguistics etc.).

** Some Universities may appear belatedly on the RUK webpage. Please always consult the list available here.