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Study stays

Did you know that three times as many students come to study at FIT than is the number of FIT students who travel abroad to study at our partner universities? Would you agree that it’s a wasted opportunity? A study or work stay is a unique opportunity to get to know a new country, its language and culture. It will prove your ability to look after yourself in an unknown environment, you’ll earn new experience, get to know a different culture and get new contacts that you will be able to maintain for the rest of your life.

Of course, study stays abroad require some effort on your part. Although you’ll get a scholarship from the university, you will also have to put in some of your own money, but it will definitely pay off!

We currently have 37 agreements concluded primarily with European universities, but also with universities located in attractive destinations outside of Europe, including:

How to apply for Erasmus+
or bilateral agreement FIT/CTU mobility

1.

Preparation

  • You’ll have to start preparing for your study stay one year in advance. For example, if you want to go abroad in the 2021/2022 academic year (“year n+1”), you’ll need to take the following steps already in the autumn of 2020/2021 academic year (“year n”).

  • Make sure that you follow the current requirements for outgoing students. If not, you need to improve your study results or wait.

  • Attend information events organized by FIT or the CTU Rector’s Office.

  • In the CTU Mobility system (Bilateral Agreements) you’ll find university (CTU) or faculty (FIT) partners that have an agreement in place for year n+1. In case of university partners, check with the Rector’s Office whether they include study specialization 11.0, 11.3 or 6.0 (Informatics, Computer Science & Engineering).

  • Before you select a university, look up as much relevant information (e.g., available courses, instruction in English, ranking, academic calendar, accommodation and catering possibilities) at CTU and outside (e.g., CTU website, local Erasmus+ and CTU/FIT coordinator, information from students who have already travelled to the destination).

CTU Mobility Requirements for outgoing students (in Czech)

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Selection procedure

  • Visit the relevant CTU web pages and submit your application in time using the CTU Mobility system. You can select a maximum of 3 destinations from the offer of the Rector’s Office or a maximum of 3 destinations from the FIT offer. You cannot apply to both at the same time.

  • If you don’t have a relevant level B2 language certificate for the selected destination, you should pass language tests (English/German – January/February of year n).

  • Contact the FIT coordinator Ing. Regina Šmídová or the relevant coordinator at the CTU Rector’s Office about your score in the selection procedure and the final selection of destination.

International programs at CTU CTU Mobility 

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Before you go and after you come back

The Rector’s Office is responsible for the following:

  • scholarships payments during the study stay,
  • completion of agreement on financing, etc.,

in both cases, before you leave for your stay and after you return.

Rector’s Office regulations

RNDr. Jiřina Scholtzová, Ph.D.

Vice-Dean for External Affairs

Ing. Regina Šmídová

Secretary of the Department of Theoretical Computer Science