Erasmus students: welcome to the Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport
Year after year the number of Erasmus students at the Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport has been increasing. Interesting study programmes, cultural and social life, marine and other sports are only some of the advantages that we offer for Erasmus students. Take part in our sailing or rowing team or just relax near the sea.
If you are interested in our Erasmus exchange study program do not hesitate to contact us. The international office will provide you with information about our study programmes, procedures, and applications for enrolment, and assist you to find suitable accommodation.
The Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport has over 30 cooperation agreements with foreign faculties, mostly from the European Union (Germany, Sweden, Italy, Spain, France, Poland, the Czech Republic, Croatia, Lithuania, Latvia, Romania, etc.) but also cooperates with non-EU members, for instance, Turkey, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, and Macedonia.
More information for Incoming students
CEEPUS - The Central European Exchange Program for University Studies, is a regional program that was started in 1995. The program aims to establish and promote student and professor mobility between participating countries, and to utilize academic links and opportunities to create joint study programs.
Students and professors can apply for a scholarship within the network to which their institution is affiliated (Network Mobility) or outside CEEPUS networks, for the so-called freemover mobility.
The Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport is currently included in the CEEPUS network FINALIST - Fostering sustainable partnership between academia and industry in improving applicability of logistics thinking. What started as a network of 11 faculties in Central European zone in the academic year 2015/2016, has grown into an extensive network of 28 units from 9 countries with many successful exchange stories.