The Erasmus+ Program of the European Commission promotes the mobility of students. The
action KA107 of this program provides funding for exchange mobility with partner countries.
University of Ceske Budejovice in Czech Republic and the Canadian Institute of
Technology in Tirana, has been awarded with scholarships for Students of Economic
Faculty under the action KA107 based on the Joint Interinstitutional Agreements.
The Erasmus+ KA1 – Mobility of persons for learning purposes – Action: Student Mobility
between program countries and partner countries (KA107) aims at consolidating the
institutional relations between the participating universities and to explore new possibilities
Action KA107 will be a great opportunity to raise the partners’ profile and increase the
cooperation in new geographical areas, especially in those regions considered as a priority by
the Canadian Institute of Technology.
The project goal is to expand the training and knowledge of the participants as well as to
foster the exchange of skills and experiences between the participating countries. Students
must return to their countries of origin once the mobility period has concluded in order to put
into practice the knowledge acquired and promote the transfer of skills and intercultural
Aim for the Call:
Call for applications for direct grants for the Canadian Institute of Technology(CIT) students
international mobility at the University of Ceske Budejovice in Czech Republic under the
Erasmus+ KA107 program “Mobility of students between program and partner countries”.
This call aims for 4(four) outgoing ECONOMIC students:2(Two) Bachelor Student for
ONE Semester for 5 (five) months Learning Mobility and 2(Two) Master Student for 5
(five) months learning mobility, during the Spring Semester of the Academic Year
Features of the Mobility for outgoing Students
Mobility studies will be aimed at those studying degree subjects taught at the university.
They must have knowledge of English language proficiency required, as given in section “Award criteria for the grant”.
For study mobilities, of 5(five) months per type of qualification (bachelor’s). The maximum grant for the stay will be 5(five) months.
For study mobilities of 5(five) months per type of qualification (masters’s). The maximum grant for the stay will be5(five) months.