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Erasmus+ studies

Panevėžio kolegija/State Higher Education Institution students can go to more than 80 higher education institutions in 20 European countries for part-time studies under the Erasmus+ exchange program. The list of Erasmus+ partner institutions of foreign higher education institutions can be found HERE. Countries where activities can take place: 28 EU countries, Norway, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Turkey and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.

Students can leave for up to 12 months period of study throughout Europe. Duration of studies – from 3 months. It is a great opportunity to apply the knowledge acquired during studies, to acquire new skills and to get acquainted with the foreign labor market and its requirements.


Erasmus+ scholarships:

Host country Eur/month
Group 1

Program countries with highest cost of living expenses

Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Luxembourg, Sweden, United Kingdom, Liechtenstein, Norway 520
Group 2

Program countries with average cost of living expenses

Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Netherlands, Malta, Portugal, Spain 500
Group 3

Program countries with lowest cost of living expenses

Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Macedonia, Turkey 450


Selection for study abroad under the Erasmus+ program is published twice a year: at the beginning of the fall and spring semesters. The call for applications and the exact dates of the selection competition are published in

All students who have completed at least one course are invited to participate in the selection for STUDIES.

Erasmus+ competitions are open to students who have already participated in the Erasmus+ program and have not used the 12-month mobility period.

When applying for Erasmus+, students must submit the following documents to the International Relations Coordinator:

Students are selected based on the following selection criteria:


Erasmus+ outgoing students must complete the following documents (usually online) upon receipt of an invitation from the host institution:

Application Form for admission to study;
Application for Accommodation;
Other documents required by the host institution.
When preparing an Erasmus + Learning Agreement for Studies, students must coordinate their study abroad subjects with the deans of their faculties and discuss which subjects will be included. The Learning Agreement for Studies, prepared and signed by the students and approved by the deans, is sent by the International Relations Coordinator to the host institution.

Regarding the conclusion and signing of the Financial Agreement, students provide the International Relations Coordinator with the following information:

Bank account to which the ERASMUS+ scholarship will be transferred
Bank account holder
Name of the bank
Account / IBAN number
Insurance policy details
European Health Insurance Card details

The Erasmus+ Learning Agreement for Studies, the General Conditions and the Erasmus Student Charter are integral parts of the financial agreement.

Upon returning abroad after the study period, students must submit to the International Relations Coordinator:

An invitation to complete the report and language test in OLS will be emailed to students.

Students who do not submit a report and / or proof of participation and / or who do not comply with the Learning Agreement for Studies for Mobility may be required to repay part or all of the Erasmus+ scholarship awarded.

Potential employers: