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Scholarship programmes

Studying is not only about learning from books. Today, it is also very important for students to gain the experience which would be valuable in the globalizing world. One of the means of achieving this goal is the participation in international exchange programmes.

The students of the JU Institute of Political Science and International Relations have an opportunity to participate in various Polish and international scholarship programmes. The information about the selected, most popular programmes is available in the links below.

To learn more about these programmes it is advisable to visit the websites of the Jagiellonian University units that coordinate the programmes and supervise their participants: the International Students Office and International Relations Office as well as the website of the Bureau for Academic Recognition and International Exchange in Warsaw. The links are available in the "See also" section on the right.   

It is also advised to follow the newsletters and noticeboards, as it is not uncommon to find there an offer which does not belong to any large-scale programme. Each person studying at the Institute will surely find something that suits his or her needs.


From the very beginning it has been the intention of Erasmus programme to develop international cooperation between universities, and to enable the students to spend some part of their studies abroad. At the same time the programme promotes students’ mobility and helps them explore the world actively. All the countries of the European Union participate in the programme, as well as Island, Liechtenstein, Norway, Switzerland, and also Turkey. You should also know that a new Erasmus Internship programme has recently been introduced.

You can learn more about this from the Institute Coordinator (during the meetings organised by the institution or by contacting the office directly).Information about the programme together with current rules and regulations, and the latest schedule can be found on the website of the International Students Mobility Office.


FOR INCOMING Erasmus+ students

The service for INCOMING Erasmus+ students is provided by a Faculty Incoming Erasmus + Students Coordinator, Dr Agata Karbowska, at

The coordinator assists and helps in choosing courses, as well as signs LAs.

Courses for incoming Students

Registration for Erasmus students for classes at IPSIR will start on September 30, 2023 and end on October 4, 2023

The list of courses offered in English by the Institute of Political Science and International Relations for students visiting us as part of the Erasmus+ programme



The service for OUTGOING JU Students is provided by an Institute Erasmus Coordinator, Dr Małgorzata Kułakowska, at

The coordinator assists and helps in choosing the partner universities and is responsible for the recruitment process at the Institute of Political Science and International Relations. She will be available during her office hours. The times and dates of the office hours can be found in USOSweb and at the Institute's website.


In May an additional recruitment for Erasmus Programme will take place. It will be only for the summer semester in the upcoming academic year (2023/2024) and only for slots previously not filled.

The recruitment will open on 29 May and you will have time to submit your application by 12 June.

In order to apply for this recruitment, you will need to fill in two forms - one in USOSweb, at Student Mobility, and the second in MS Forms, . Both forms will be ready and active from 29 May onwards.

You will only be able to apply for universities available to you in USOSweb once the recruitment is open.

You will be asked to choose three universities of your choice and to provide the evidence of your language skills (the language certificate or a school diploma).

In case of any questions please join one of two online meetings on 2 June,


Files to download

The Guidance on how to fill in the Erasmus application form - 2023

Erasmus Admission Criteria for Outgoing Students (in Polish)

Erasmus exchange rules and regulations for the students of the JU Institute of Political Science and International Relations (in Polish)

The updated list of agreements,

Program MOST

The main objective of the MOST programme is to promote student mobility in Poland. It is aimed at the students who would like to study outside their mother university. To ensure high quality of education, the programme is coordinated by the University Education Commission. To learn about the details of the Programme, the application procedure, the up-to-date rules and regulations, and the higher education institution participating in the programme, please visit this website.

Facebook MOST profile:

Besides, the information about the applications is available here

Files to download:

MOST Brochure (in Polish)