The Erasmus programme was established in 1987 as a student exchange programme. Although its scope and objectives have expanded in subsequent years, the main idea remains the same: the development of international cooperation between universities.
Erasmus enables students to go to universities abroad for part of their studies and placements studies and placements abroad. Any student of the Jagiellonian University registered as a Jagiellonian University registered on full-time and part-time courses leading to a degree full-time and part-time studies leading to a bachelor's degree/diploma, degree/diploma regardless of nationality. Part-time students part-time students may apply for an exemption from all or part of the fees (an application must be submitted to the Dean of the Faculty). after qualifying for the Erasmus+ programme.