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Erasmus Credit Mobility KA171

INTERNATIONAL CREDIT MOBILITY KA171 – ERASMUS + PARTNER COUNTRIES COOPERATION (NON EU)

(PLEASE NOTE: This program should not be mixed up with the “traditional ERASMUS+ student mobility within Europe).

International Credit Mobility is an activity under Key Action 1 (KA171). A Partner country (non-EU) Institution can send its students and/or staff to Universtiy of Rijeka and the other way around.

Please keep in mind that at the University of Rijeka each bilateral agreement is assigned to a specific field of study/ department (and not an entire faculty). Nominations outside the agreed field of study are not possible.

ERASMUS+ INTERNATIONAL CREDIT MOBILITY STUDENTS (KA171):

ERASMUS+ International Mobility Students who come from our Partner universities from outside of Europe.

Student mobility for studies, open to short cycle, first cycle (Bachelor or equivalent) or second cycle (Master or equivalent) students, as well as third cycle doctoral candidates. The physical mobility period can last from 2 months (or one academic term) to 12 months, or from 5 to 30 days for short-term doctoral mobility or if part of a blended mobility4.
Student mobility for traineeships, open to short cycle, first cycle (Bachelor or equivalent) or second cycle (Master or equivalent) students, recent graduates (who have applied during their last year of studies), as well as third cycle doctoral candidates. The mobility period can last from 2 to 12 months, or from 5 to 30 days for short-term doctoral mobility or if part of blended mobility.

Blended mobility with short-term physical mobility: short-term physical mobility abroad of 5-
30 days combined with a compulsory virtual component.

Short-term doctoral mobility: short-term physical mobility of 5-30 days for Doctoral
candidates. A virtual component could be also added before, during or after the study
mobility.

Students should contact their home university to be nominated at the University of Rijeka.

Once You were nominated to the University of Rijeka you will be contacted by our Erasmus Mobility Office for further arrangements.

With present Welcome Letter we would like to offer you some more information about academic calendar, courses, admission, residence permit, health insurance, accommodation.

Financial support for incoming students:
See more…

See the EU Distance Calculator…

The Erasmus+ Programme aims at promoting equity and inclusion by facilitating access to participants with fewer opportunities compared to their peers. Participants with fewer opportunities

Students with special needs can request a “special needs” support to cover the extra costs involved.
Recommendations on inclusion of students and staff with special needs..

The grants are funded by the European Union.

BEFORE ARRIVAL:

Regulating the Visa requirements – Diplomatic Missions and Consular Offices of Croatia

PLEASE NOTE: the processing of a visa application may take several weeks or even months; you are therefore advised to file your application at the earliest possible date.

Regulating Travel Insurance, Accomodation arrangements and submitting all required documents (you will receive detailed instructions from the Mobility Office).

Online Language Support (OLS)
The Erasmus+ programme offers an Online Language Support42 for its participants, hosted by the EU
Academy portal. All languages of Programme countries will be available, while other international
languages will be added in the future.

Participants can take as many language courses (and assessments) as they wish, in the languages of
their choice available in the OLS tool. Students undertaking activity of 14 days or more should take a
self-assessment in their language of mobility in the OLS tool prior to departure However, if the
language is not available in the OLS tool, the self-assessment is not mandatory.

UPON ARRIVAL:

Make OIB at local tax office (OIB form): take with you OIB form,  Your passport and copy of  Your passport

Open a giro bank account in person, for Croatian Kuna payment. Make sure you have your OIB number with you when you go to the bank. The financial support (if You are entitled to it) will be  payed to that account.

AFTER MOBILITY
 You are obligated to submitt:

–       Statement of host institution (confirmed by the Host Institution at UNIRI)

–       Transcript of records (from Host Institution at UNIRI)

–       Fill the EU participant report request that will be sent to Your e-mail

Forms, links and documents:

Application form

Learning Agreement for Studies

Learning Agreement for Traineeship

OIB form

Please see our University of Rijeka International Student Guide 2022  for all the necessary information regarding Your stay in Croatia.

STUDY IN CROATIA – All relevant Infomation on studying and living in Croatia


Erasmus Mobility Office:

Office hours: Mon – Fri 8:00 am – 10:30 am or 1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Reception of students:
Erasmus Mobility Office, G-033
Radmile Matejčić 3
51000 Rijeka, Croatia

ERASMUS+ INCOMING STAFF  from NON-EU (KA171):

ERASMUS+ International Mobility Staff who come from our Partner universities from outside of Europe.

Staff mobility for teaching for academic staff and for invited staff from non-academic organisations to teach at a partner higher education institution (HEI) abroad. The mobility period can last from 5 days to 2 months (60 days) and can also be carried out as blended mobility
Staff mobility for training for teaching and non-teaching staff in the form of training events abroad (excluding conferences), job shadowing, observation periods and/or training at a partner HEI. The mobility period can last from 5 days to 2 months and can also be carried out as blended mobility. This activity also supports the mobility of staff from Partner Country HEIs to train at a non-academic organisation located in a Programme Country.

Staff members should contact their home university to be nominated at the University of Rijeka.

Once You were nominated to the University of Rijeka you will be contacted by our Erasmus Mobility Office for further arrangements.

Financial support for incoming staff:

See more

See the EU Distance calculator

Staff with special needs can request a “special needs” support to cover the extra costs involved.

Recommendations on incusion of students and staff with special needs…

The grants are funded by the European Union.

BEFORE ARRIVAL:

Regulating the Visa requirements – Diplomatic Missions and Consular Offices of Croatia

PLEASE NOTE: the processing of a visa application may take several weeks or even months; you are therefore advised to file your application at the earliest possible date.

Regulating Travel Insurance, Accomodation arrangements and submitting all required documents (you will receive detailed instructions from  the Mobility Office).

UPON ARRIVAL:
Make OIB at local tax office (OIB form): take with you OIB form,  Your passport and copy of  Your passport
Open a giro bank account in person, for Croatian Kuna payment. Make sure you have your OIB number with you when you go to the bank. The financial support (if You are entitled to it) will be  payed to that account.

AFTER MOBILITY You are obligated to submit the following:

–       Statement of Host Institution (confirmed by the Host Institution at UNIRI)

–       Fill the EU participant report request that will be sent to Your e-mail address

Forms, links and documents:

Staff Mobility Agreement for Teaching

Staff Mobility Agreement for Training

Please see our University of Rijeka International Student Guide 2022  for all the necessary information regarding Your stay in Croatia.

STUDY IN CROATIA – All relevant Information on studying and living in Croatia

Handbook KA171

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