Erasmus + is the EU’s action program for education, training, youth and sport, launched in January 2014. The seven-year program aims to improve skills and employability and support the modernization of education, training and youth systems. The new Erasmus + program brings together all current EU programs for education, training, youth and sport, including the Lifelong Learning Program (Erasmus, Leonardo da Vinci, Comenius, Grundtvig), the Youth in Action Program and five international cooperation programs (Erasmus Mundus, Tempus, Alpha, Edulink and the program for cooperation with industrialized countries). It is intended for students who want to study and work abroad, higher education teachers and entrepreneurs who want to teach abroad, and tertiary education staff who want to attend training abroad. It is also intended for sports. In addition, the program enables higher education institutions to network and implement intensive programs and projects. Erasmus + will also provide funding for teachers, trainers, youth workers and partnerships between universities, colleges, schools, businesses and non-profit organizations.
Erasmus + thus has three main objectives, which it implements in the form of key actions (KA):
- Supporting education abroad for individuals inside and outside the EU (KA1- learning mobility),
- Supporting partnerships between educational institutions, youth organizations, businesses, local and regional authorities and non-governmental organizations (KA2 – strategic partnerships),
- Supporting reforms to modernize education and training and promoting innovation, entrepreneurship and employability (KA3-policy support).
General information on KA1 (learning mobility of individuals)
Only institutions holding an Erasmus University Charter can participate in the program. The following forms of mobility are possible in this campaign:
- Student mobility for study (SMS),
- Student mobility for internships (SMP),
- Teaching staff mobility (STA),
- Training staff mobility (STT),
- Mobility of young graduates for traineeships / traineeships.
Accreditation number of the Faculty of Slovenian and International Studies for the Erasmus program: 272935-EPP-1-2020-1-SI-EPPKA1-ECHE
PIC code of the Faculty of Slovenian and International Studies: 900478646
Erasmus Charter for Higher Education: Erasmus Charter for Tertiary Education 2014-20
Erasmus Policy Statement: Erasmus Policy Statement 2014-2020
Erasmus student document: Študentska listina SLO
Erasmus identification code of the Faculty (ID code): SI LJUBLJA43
Erasmus brochure for incoming students: Study Information and Course Catalogue with eUniversity 2020
Erasmus partnership search: Erasmus Partnership Search
Erasmus Programme Institutional Data Sheet: Data sheet FSIS
Your home university should first nominate you to the International Department of The Faculty of Slovenian and International Studies, New University. The nominations should be sent to our Erasmus+ coordinator at email@example.com.
Nomination form: Nominations to SI LJUBLJA43
- 15th**May for the winter semester/full academic year
- 15th November for the summer semester
**Due to COVID19 later nominations are accepted, bot no later than 30.6.2020.
Erasmus + application form
After your home university has successfully nominated you as an exchange student, you should fill in the Erasmus application form. The scanned copy of signed and stamped application form together with all required annexes has to be sent to our International department at: firstname.lastname@example.org. The original has to be send by post to: Fakulteta za slovenske in mednarodne študije Nove univerze, Mestni trg 23, 1000 Ljubljana.
In addition, you will receive an Acceptance letter and general information on living and studying in Slovenia (Ljubljana) by our International Department.
- Your home faculty statement of participation in the mobility;
- Certificate of enrollment at your home faculty;
- Learning agreement signed by your home faculty coordinators;
- Curriculum vitae (Slovenian or English);
- Copy of ID or passport (first page with the photo and personal data).
- A B2 level of language proficiency is recommended.
Instructions for incoming foreign students, professors and researchers
Erasmus coordinator of the Faculty of Slovenian and International Studies
Faculty of Slovenian and International Studies NU
Mestni trg 23,
Tel.: +386 5 338 44 06
Important links and contact details:
Center of the Republic of Slovenia for Mobility and European Education and Training Programs
Ob železnici 30a
Tel: +386 1 586 42 51
Fax: +386 1 586 42 31