Mobility programmes

During recent years, the European Commission has initiated various student mobility schemes. These are open not only to EU citizens, but also to some of the non EU countries and countries of the European Economic Area. One of the most popular is the ERASMUS mobility. Beside the ERASMUS mobility, the Faculty of Management is also involved in the CEEPUS mobility scheme and other mobility on the base of bilateral agreements with foreign universities.



Mobilities in the Erasmus framework can be done on the basis of a signed bilateral agreement between UP Faculty of management and partner institutions. Mobility is partially funded by the European Commission's resources. Have a look a at our university's Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) and Erasmus Policy Statement.



Higher education institutions which are participating in the CEEPUS Regional Development Network (REDENE) are from the following countries: Albania, Austria, Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Czech Republic, Montenegro, Croatia, Kosovo, Hungary, Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and Serbia. Member states provide scholarships and placement for visiting professors. Amounts of scholarships are therefore different in each country. More information is available on the CEEPUS website.


Erasmus+, CEEPUS and bilateral agreements' student exchanges are offered to both, outgoing and incoming students. Incoming students are encouraged to visit the University of Primorska webpage to explore also other forms of incoming moblity, such as Bilateral Scholarships of Free-mover mobility.



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