Erasmus + is a program for universities, students and employees. The aim is to support international cooperation of universities, enabling students to go abroad for part of their studies and internships, promoting the mobility of university employees, providing universities with numerous opportunities to participate in projects together with foreign partners.
If you would like to study at WSEI within Erasmus + programme – you will find application documents, procedures here:
If you are WSEI student interested in Erasmus + mobility programmes, check this link:


Below you can find the answers to the most commonly asked questions.

Information about Erasmus+ programme can be found on the WSEI webiste: You can also contact for additional informations.

Domestic and foreign students of the first and second cycle, on full-time and part-time studies as well as university staff can take part in the Erasmus+ programme. The condition for participation by a student is to complete at least one year of studies. Therefore, the first-cycle students may travel only from the second year of studies. Only students of commercial studies may apply to study abroad.

By submitting necessary application forms. Application forms should be submitted to the Centre of Projects, International Cooperation and Development Strategy (second floor, room no.103) before the deadline announced on the WSEI website. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic scans of application forms sent to are also accepted.

Application deadlines are published on the WSEI website. Deadlines for applying for studies abroad: Deadlines for applying for traineeships abroad:

EU member states and United Kingdom
3 EEA countries – Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway
Turkey, Serbia, Republic of North Macedonia

Only if they are EEA countries - Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway; Turkey, Serbia, the Republic of North Macedonia or the United Kingdom

Students may go to study abroad only within the framework of signed inter-institutional agreements between the University of Economics and Innovation in Lublin and the host institution. Foreign universities must have an ECHE (Erasmus Charter for Higher Education) card entitling them to participate in the program. Detailed information and a list of all inter-institutional agreements valid in a given academic year are published on the University’s website.
The student should choose a partner university that offers the study program(s) corresponding to the field of study of the home university at a specific level, i.e. on the first and second cycle studies.

The following types of institution meet the criteria of the host institution: foreign institutions/enterprises, research and development institutions, non-profit organizations, administration units in foreign universities, e.g. libraries, financial departments, dean’s offices, foreign cooperation departments, foreign schools (primary, lower secondary, secondary) for students of pedagogical faculties and specialties.
Students look for a place where they would like to do an internship independently.

The internship CANNOT be carried out in:

  • institutions of the European Union,
  • managing authorities of European Union programs,
  • diplomatic missions of the student’s home country,

The total duration of the mobility period, including participation in previous Erasmus+ activities (so-called “mobility capital”), cannot exceed 12 months for the one study cycle or 24 months in the case of 5 year cycle studies. The maximum duration of mobility within the framework of studies is 6 months. The minimum duration of the traineeship is 2 months, maximum 3 months.

Yes, the so-called “newly-minted graduates” can go for the traineeship abroad. They must start recruitment in the last year of their studies, ie before their graduation, and complete their traineeship/internship within a period not exceeding 1 year from graduation.

The amount of the grant depends on the form of mobility (studies / internships) and the host country. The current grant rates can be found on the WSEI website.

The minimum level of knowledge of the English language is B2.

Yes, part-time students can go abroad for studies and traineeships abroad within Erasmus+ programme.

Upon return, all you need to do is complete the exchange assessment questionnaire, as well as complete the English language proficiency test.

No. The total period of the exchange is determined before the mobility.

Upon return, you should submit all documents to the Center and complete the exchange assessment questionnaire, as well as complete the English language test.

Yes, going aborad is obligatory to receive Erasmus + grant.

Before leaving, check all information regarding entry into and exit from the host country. On the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Border Guard Headquarters there is information for people leaving and coming to Poland:


Information on entering a given country can also be found on the governmental websites of the receiving country.

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