The Erasmus+ programme promotes mobility and cooperation within the sector of higher education in Europe. The Erasmus+ activities are intended for:

  • university students who wish to study abroad;
  • university teachers and trainers outside the education sector who want to teach abroad;
  • university staff members who are interested in training abroad.

Erasmus+ also promotes cooperation between higher education institutions through intensive programmes, multilateral networks and multilateral projects.

The Department of Adult Education and Personnel Management has exchange agreements with the following universities:


Maximum number of participants


Finland, Rovaniemi

University of Lapland, Faculty of Education


Sweden, Linköping

Linköping University, Faculty of Educational Sciences and Faculty of Arts and Sciences


Denmark, Aarhus University (Copenhagen)

Department of Education

(only for students  of master’s programmes)

Germany, Münster

Westfälische Wilhelms-Universität Münster, Institut für Allgemeine Erziehungswissenschaft


Germany, Würzburg

Julius Maximilian University of Würzburg, Fakultät für Humanwissenschaften, Institut für Pädagogik


France, Lille

Université Charles de Gaulle Lille 3, Sciences humaines et sociale


Italy, Universita di Verona 2

Poland, Krakow

Universytet Pedagogiczny


Slovenia, Ljubljana



The Department usually initiates the selection procedure in March, accepting applications for both winter and summer semester of the following academic year. The students must submit a cover letter (approximately two pages long) which should include the following:

  1. A summary of the student’s current academic achievements and plans for his or her future studies at the Department, based on the student’s preferred area of study;
  2. The student’s expectations from the experience;
  3. A study plan – a list of selected courses (learning agreement) and (if possible) their equivalents from the curriculum of the Department of Adult Education and Personnel Management.
  4. An overview of the student’s language skills including certificates awarded

The selection procedure takes place in the form of an interview with a committee.

More information can be found on the website of the International Relations Office of the Faculty of Arts.

The coordinator of the programme at the Department of Adult Education and Personnel management is doc. PhDr. Martin Kopecký, Ph.D.


Information for incoming students

Basic information for incoming students can be found on the website of the Faculty of Arts.

The Department offers one to three courses taught in English per semester intended also for foreign students, such as Academic English for Adult Education and Personnel Management; Active Citizenship, Identity and Adult Learning; Communication in Organizations; Intercultural Competence in Educational Process.