Information for incoming exchange students
Easy steps for ERASMUS/CEEPUS/Freemover learning agreement
Incoming students are welcome to make a draft of a learning agreement, part ‘before mobility’ by filling up contact information (student, receiving and sending institutions), and draft the tables A and B with subjects based on current offer of courses in the Department of Human Geography and Regional Development, Faculty of Science and the University of Ostrava. Please see the offer in the departmental course catalogue. You are expected to select over 20 ECTS per semester, and the majority of ECTS/subjects to be chosen from the list of courses at the host department. You are allowed to choose one or two subjects outside of host department from faculty and university course catalogues. In the first step, send your draft of learning agreement to your host academic exchange coordinator on e-mail and wait for feedback. Upon arrival for student mobility to Ostrava you are allowed to consider changes to your original learning agreement. Changes to learning agreement must be finalised by the 2nd week of given semester.
General information about the Erasmus application procedure can be found here. Exchange Students / Faculty of Science (osu.eu)
International Credit Mobility Cooperation
The Department of Human Geography and Regional Studies of the Kharkov Karazin National University, Ukraine and the Ilia State University, Geogria are the partner institutions of the Department of Human Geography and Regional development, University of Ostrava in the Erasmus International Credit Mobility exchange project for the calendar year 2022/2023 and 2023/2024.
CEEPUS – Central European Exchange Program for University Studies
The CEEPUS Border and Regional Studies Network dedicated to the advancement and development of latest thinking in the border, borderlands and regional studies. The network promotes related activities dealing with the topics and disciplines that cover and explain the problems of regions, borders, and borderlands or different phenomena affected by the processes of bordering, de-bordering, re-bordering, and regionalization. Due to the interdisciplinary character of borderlands studies, the network is aimed at connecting the academics and students from Central-Eastern European Universities and Balkan’s universities who belong among political scientists, geographers, sociologists, economists, and also scholars from other disciplines and interdisciplinary overlaps. The Department of Human Geography and Regional Development UO supports student activities and mobilities to the partner universities and beyond within the CEEPUS program.
For more about the CEEPUS program please visit the CEEPUS portal or our CEEPUS partnership website.
Updated: 11. 10. 2022