Erasmus+ and Other International Activities - MVSO

Erasmus+ and Other International Activities

Erasmus+ is the EU educational program for the period 2014–2020 that supports cooperation and mobility in all spheres of education, training, sport, youth, and non-formal education. MVSO has been involved in the Erasmus program since 2010. MVSO was awarded the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) for the period 2014–2021. Through this charter, the European Commission entitles a higher education institution to participate in the Erasmus+ program. In order to be awarded the ECHE, the Erasmus Policy Statement (EPS) must be authorised.

Within the Erasmus+ program, MVSO offers the following key action:

  • KA 103 – Learning Mobility of Individuals Between Participating Countries

The supported activities are student mobility and staff mobility. MVSO ERASMUS ID is CZ OLOMOUC03.

For more information consult:

Incoming Students

Schedule of the Academic Year 2019/ 2020

Eramus study plans 2019-2020 Bachelor´s Degree Study Programme

Eramus study plans 2019-2020 Master´s Degree Study Programme

List of Subjects Taught in English in the Academic Year 2018/2019

Autumn Semester 2018:

CodeNameLecturesSeminarEndCredits
UPE/AIBEInternational Business Economics2 hours / week2 hours / weekexam6
UMM/AMAN2Business Management B2 hours / week2 hours / weekexam6
UPE /AMAGWManagerial Accounting in Global World2 hours / week2 hours / weekexam6
UMM/ACSMContemporary Strategic Management2 hours / weekcourse credit5
USVP/ABE1Communication Skills in English 12 hours / weekexam5
PKC/ASASports Activities2 hours / weekcourse credit2

Spring Semester 2019:

CodeNameLecturesSeminarEndCredits
UMM/AMAN1Business Management A2 hours / week2 hours / weekexam6
UIM/AINF2Informatics for Economists2 hours / week1 hours / weekexam5
UIM/ABPMBusiness Process Modelling10 houscourse credit6
UMM/AIMInternational Marketing10 housexam5
UMM/AICMInnovation and Chain Management1 hour / week1 hour / weekexam6
UMM/APMProject Management6 hourscourse credit3
USVP/ABE2Communication Skills in English 24 hours / weekexam5
UIM/AAVEDAdvanced Visualization of Economic Data2 hours / week1 hour / weekexam4
PKC/ASASports Activities2 hours/ weekcourse credit2

More information about courses, syllabi, and other requirements can be found here: Subjects taught in English at MVŠO

 

If you are interested in becoming an Erasmus+ student at Moravian Business College Olomouc (MVSO), read carefully the information below.

Application Procedure

A. The official nomination of the chosen student has to be sent by the sending university by e-mail to international@mvso.cz with the following information included:

  • First name and surname
  • Date of birth
  • Sex
  • Study program at your home institution and degree of studies
  • Planned study period at MVSO
  • Student´s e-mail address

B. Once we receive your nomination, you will be asked to provide us with:

  • Student Application Form + Photo
  • Learning Agreement
  • Transcript of Records in English from your home university
  • English Level Confirmation or a copy of an English certificate
  • Copy of ID or passport

Please, fill all documents in, your home university will sign and stamp the documents, then scan them and send to the following e-mail address: international@mvso.cz

C. After we receive all the documents listed above, we will send you an email with the Letter of Acceptance and MVSO information sheet. We will send you a link to the Facebook page and make a reservation at the dormitories.

Dormitories

Erasmus students usually stay at the local dormitories located in the immediate vicinity of MVSO, Generál Svoboda Dormitory, the address: Šmeralova 1122/12, Olomouc 771 11 or Bedřich Václavek Dormitory, the address: Šmeralova 8, Olomouc 771 11.

The average student price per night/double room/person is  CZK 95, the monthly fee is around CZK 2850 (approx. EUR 111). The average student price per night/triple room/person is  CZK 89, the monthly fee is around CZK 2670 (approx. EUR 104).

The dormitories are arranged by the MVSO Department of International Relations, therefore, we kindly ask you not to contact the Accommodation Office at the dormitories yourself.

If you wish to find a flat or another place to stay, you are free to do so.

D. Arrival: Please, confirm your arrival via e-mail to international@mvso.cz so that your buddy can pick you up.

The list of items you will need upon your arrival:

  • ID, passport, visa (non EU students)
  • Erasmus+ documents
  • 3 passport-format photos
  • CZK 3000 (approx. 120 EUR) to pay the deposit at the dormitories

Application Deadline

EU students

June 14th, 2019 for the Autumn Semester 2019/2020 and the Academic Year 2020.

December 13th, 2019 for the Spring Semester.

Non-EU students

May 17th, 2019 for the Autumn Semester 2019/2020 and the Academic Year 2020.

November 15th, 2019 for the Spring Semester.

Important contacts

Should you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the International Office:

Mgr. Jitka Lidaříková
Vice-rector for External Relations and Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator

Mgr. Pavlína Hrubá
Erasmus+ Coordinator

Tereza Ševčíková
Erasmus+ Coordinator

Mgr. Michaela Koutná
Vice-rector´s Office

Benefits of studying abroad:

  • Expert knowledge from foreign teachers.
  • Major improvement in being able to communicate in a foreign language (mainly in English).
  • A lot of new friends from all over the world.
  • Getting to know and understanding the mentality of locals, their habits, history and contemporary life.
  • An opportunity to travel and to get to know the given country while studying.
  • Greater independence, responsibility, and self-confidence.
  • Having a good time.

Benefits of a traineeship abroad:

  • Improvement of language skills.
  • Putting theory into practice.
  • Understanding of a business environment.
  • Greater independence and self-confidence, assuming responsibility for yourself and the work done.
  • Greater employability in the labour market.
  • Strengthened initiative and entrepreneurial spirit.

News

We will try to keep everyone interested in Erasmus+ program informed. We will, therefore, post here some interesting articles from our journal related to Erasmus+. You can also find the latest information about the whole program in these articles.

For all articles and information published to date follow this link.

To download – Erasmus Stories I, Erasmus Stories II, Erasmus+ Programme Guide.

Erasmus+ Partner Universities

Both the sending institution and the receiving institution must be higher education institutions that hold the ECHE (see the list of partner universities abroad).

A study period abroad may include a traineeship period as well but the total time abroad may not exceed 12 months within one cycle of study.

A study period abroad can last from a minimum of 3 months or 1 academic trimester to a maximum of 12 months within one cycle of study.



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