Erasmus+ International Mobility projects provide opportunities for students to study in higher education institutions (HEI) all over the world. Higher education institution in a non-EU country can send its students to a partner HEI in a EU country under Key Action 1 Mobility of Individuals which involves a study period abroad. The purpose of the student exchange is to undertake a period of studies at partner university within the academic areas specified in the inter-institutional agreement. By studying abroad under Erasmus+, apart from educational benefits, the student can improve communication, language and inter-cultural skills and gain soft skills highly valued by future employers.
At the Jan Kochanowski University of Kielce incoming students are able to study for one semester of approximately 5 months and will benefit from an Erasmus+ grant.