Erasmus & Your Degree
You can participate in the Erasmus Program as a student or academic staff member. Duration of your stay varies from three months to one academic year. Decisions about how long you can study abroad, where you can go, and how your Erasmus studies contribute to your Bielsko-Biala School of Finance and Law’s degree are determined by your academic department and regulations specific to your degree. The complete information about how to optimize your departure taking into account development of your academic careers can be obtained and consulted in the Erasmus Department Office.
You can participate in an undergraduate Erasmus exchanges program ongoing an academic year abroad. In this case the exchange can take place only after second year (five year degree) or after first year (three year degree). Students can go abroad for one semester or one year only if your department offers this.
ECTS stands for European Credit Transfer System. This is a common credit transfer system that most European universities have adopted.
The Bielsko-Biala School of Finance and Law require 60 ECTS credits per academic year. For further information on the European Credit Transfer System, please use links below: