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Erasmus Programme

Erasmus+ programme was created in 1987 as a student exchange programme. Although its outreach and objectives widened in the following years, the main idea remains the same: expanding the international cooperation between the universities. The name of the programme refers to the name of a Dutch philosopher, theologian and humanist, Erasmus of Rotterdam (1466-1536). It’s no coincidence: Erasmus, just like other renaissance representatives, gained education at many universities in Europe, while his views on education were rooted in the ideas of humanism. Erasmus+ makes is possible for the students to study or undertake an internship abroad. Each Jagiellonian University student, full-time and part-time, regardless of the study cycle and nationality may apply to take part in the programme. Part-time students may apply for tuition fee waivers (after being accepted as a candidate and by submitting the application for tuition fee waiver to the Dean).