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Frequently Asked Questions by Students Who Go to Exchange with the Erasmus + Program

Any regular student, registered at SEEU, can go to the exchange. Students who are in undergraduate studies must have completed the first year of studies. Students who are in Master or doctoral studies, can go from the first semester.

The duration of the exchange is one or two semesters for a study cycle.

There are usually two application deadlines: one which opens somewhere in March / April, for exchanges that take place during the winter semester, while the other that opens somewhere in August / September, for exchanges that take place during the summer semester.

The names of the universities to which a student can go are defined in separate lists for each faculty. This list is updated every semester because the number of universities where students can go on exchange increases from year to year.

Any student who decides to apply can do so by gathering the necessary documents for the application. These documents are:

  • Letter of application
  • Certificate of grades
  • Certificate that the student is registered at SEEU
  • Certificate of English language proficiency
  • CV
  • Cover letter
The above documents are sent by the student to the address of the institutional coordinator for the Erasmus + program at SEEU, Bujar Sinani, to the email address bujar.sinani@seeu.edu.mk, as well as that of the student adviser at the faculty where he / she is registered.

Each student who goes on exchange receives an Erasmus + grant, which depending on where he goes, is 470 or 520 euros. With this grant, the student must cover all the costs of residence, travel, health insurance, visa, for the state where he will stay.

Students who obtain a residence permit in the state where they travel, have the right to work 15 hours per week.

No. A student who goes on exchange with the Erasmus + program pays for the semester at SEEU, while not paying tuition fees at the university where he / she conducts the exchange.

You receive an official letter from your home faculty at SEEU, and after that you receive an official letter from the university for which you have been selected, who send you all the information related to the preparations for the stay at the university in question.

What you need to do is, in cooperation with the student adviser and the Erasmus coordinator at your home faculty, compile the ‘Learning agreement’ document, in which you list the courses you choose to take at the host university.
- Sign a document called "Grant agreement";.
- Pay for the semester at SEEU.
- Start the procedure to arrange visa and health insurance for the state where you will be staying.

Every student who goes on exchange returns to SEEU with a certificate of grades, for the exams passed at the university where he / she completed the exchange. Based on that document, the home faculty at SEEU compiles a decision to transfer ECTS credits to the transcript of grades.

You must complete an online questionnaire, as well as compile a written report, for the period of stay on exchange. To this report, which will be used for promotional purposes, you will need to attach some photos, taken in the country where the exchange took place.


Frequently Asked Questions by students who go on Internship with the Erasmus + Program

The Erasmus + program enables the realization of practical work in EU countries, for all students enrolled at SEEU, as well as for those who have just graduated.

At www.erasmusintern.org, there are all the internships offered to students who are interested in taking advantage of this opportunity.

The minimum duration of the internship is 2 months, while the maximum is 12 months.

You need to contact the organization / institution / company where you want to go, asking them to send you an invitation. Next, apply in the same way as students who go on exchange for studies.

a) Letter of application
b) Certificate of grades
c) Certificate that the student is registered at SEEU
d) Certificate of English language proficiency
e) CV
f) Cover letter
g) Invitation from the company / organization / institution

Each student who goes on internship receives an Erasmus + grant, which depending on where he goes, is 670 or 720 euros. In addition, there is the possibility that the student receives a symbolic salary from the company / organization or institution where he completes the internship.

What you need to do is to compile the document ‘Learning agreement’, in which you write down your obligations in the institution / organization or company where you do the internship.
- Sign a document called 'Grant agreement'.
- Start the procedure to arrange visa and health insurance for the state where you will be staying.

You must complete an online questionnaire, as well as compile a written report, for the period of stay on exchange. To this report, which will be used for promotional purposes, you will need to attach some photos, taken in the country where the exchange took place.

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