HOW DOES IT WORK?
SEBS has agreements with over 40 universities in more than 20 countries, in which SEBS's exchanges students with its partner universities. Students of the SEBS are offered the possibility of participating in the Student Exchange Programme by spending one or two semesters at a partner university. This is possible provided if the desired host university has concluded an exchange agreement with the SEBS.
The International Office (hereinafter: IO) allocates places based on the application you submit. Students then apply to the host university as the final part of the application process.
There is competition for places on the program itself, and each partner has a limited number of spots. The time spent abroad is either a semester or a whole year, depending on the agreement.
Are you interested? Not sure where to begin? Start with reviewing the different types of exchange opportunities!
SEBS publishes a call for applications for student exchange twice a year (September/October for the spring semester and March/April for the winter semester) for available scholarships within the signed bilateral ERASMUS+ KA107 contracts. Within the framework of ERASMUS+, there are contracts signed by the University of Sarajevo and contracts signed by the School of Economics and Business.
Please visit the website below and view all the opportunities offered by the University of Sarajevo: https://international.unsa.ba
CEEPUS stands for Central European Exchange Program for University Studies. Current member countries are Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia. Kosovo is also a member.
There are two types of mobility: mobility within the CEEPUS network (network mobility) and mobility outside the CEEPUS network (free mobility). The priority is mobility within the network.
EFSA participates in the following CEEPUS networks:
Deadline for applications for mobility in the CEEPUS system:
All additional information about CEEPUS is available at www.ceepus.info