The University of International and Public Relations Prague continues in European inter-university cooperation based on the granted Erasmus University Charter.


Erasmus + is a new educational programme of the European Union for the period 2014-2020 which supports collaboration and mobility in all spheres of education, in training and in the field of sport and youth. It is the successor of the Lifelong Learning Programme, Youth in Action and others.

You can find further information about Erasmus + at VŠMVVP here:

Forms of participation

Study exchange programme

  • Study programme at a foreign higher education institution for 3 to 12 months.

In which countries can I study?

Countries participating in the ERASMUS + programme:

  • 28 EU member states
  • 3 EFTA countries – Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway
  • 2 candidate countries (Turkey + FYROM).

A list of universities, with which VŠMVVP has concluded bilateral agreements regarding the study exchange programmes:

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Bulgaria (Varna) Varna Free University ( )
France (Paris) L´École des métiers de la Communication (
Germany (Bremen) Hochschule Bremen – University of applied science, ID D Bremen04 (
Poland (Wroclaw) Wroclaw school of Banking (
Portugal (Bragança) Instituto Politécnico de Bragança ( )
Greece (Thessaloniki) Technological Educational Institution of Thessaloniki ( )
Slovakia Univerzita Mateja Bela (Banská Bystrica) ( Stredoeuropska vysoká škola ve Skalici (Skalica) ( Trenčianska univerzita A. Dubčeka (Trenčín) ( )
Sweden (Dalarna) Hogskolan Dalarna ( )
Turkey Cag University Mersin ( )

Exchange programme conditions:

  • Students must be enrolled in the 2nd or 3rd year of Bachelor’s degree programme, or 1st or 2nd year of Master’s degree programme
  • Students may study full time as well as part time
  • Students must be nationals of a country participating in the ERASMUS + programme; if they are third-country nationals then they must have a permanent residence permit to stay in the country participating in the ERASMUS + programme, be stateless persons, or have a granted refugee status
  • After the exchange programme the students are obliged to provide their home university with a result transcript from their exchange programme, a confirmation of the length of stay and a written final report
  • The study abroad is fully recognized by the home university (students receive credits for modules passed at the foreign university).

More information is available at or you can contact the institutional coordinator and his assistant:

PhDr. František Pertl, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Tereza Čápová, DiS., This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.