Erasmus+ Student Exchange
Erasmus+ is a seven-year programme supported by the European Union. The principle aim of the programme is to improve the level of education, know-how, skills and creativity, which are the cornerstones of the European knowledge society.
Erasmus+ enables young people, students and adults to acquire experience and new skills during studies, training or volunteer work abroad. At the same time, the programme will lend support to institutions and organisations when it comes to cooperating with similar institutions in other countries in order to encourage innovation and update teaching practices and youth work. The
Erasmus programme rests on five key pillars:
- Key Action 1 (KA1): Learning Mobility of Individuals;
- Key Action 2 (KA2): Cooperation for Innovation and the Exchange of Good Practices;
- Key Action 3 (KA3): Support for Policy Reform;
- the Jean Monnet programme and
- the Sports programme.
At the University of Ljubljana, the Office of International Cooperation and Exchanges is responsible for the implementation of KA1. The Office is responsible for foreign students who opt to do their exchange in Slovenia, while Slovenian students going abroad are offered similar support from offices belonging to host institutions.
Detailed information on student learning mobility is available in the guidelines: Erasmus+ Instructions for Students
All official documents are available on the following website.