Erasmus for Incoming Students

ERASMUS is the European Union’s flagship ‘mobility’ programme in education and training and one of the best-known EU-level actions. It was established in 1987 and since then has enabled more than 2 million students from across Europe to pursue enriching learning experiences in other countries.

1. About the Programme

ERASMUS is the European Union’s flagship ‘mobility’ programme in education and training and one of the best-known EU-level actions. It was established in 1987 and since then has enabled more than 2 million students from across Europe to pursue enriching learning experiences in other countries.

What’s in a name?

The programme is named after the philosopher, theologian and humanist Erasmus of Rotterdam (1465–1536), known as an opponent of dogmatism.

Erasmus lived and worked in several parts of Europe, in quest of the knowledge, experience and insights which only such contacts with other countries could bring. By leaving his fortune to the University of Basel, he became a precursor of mobility grants.

The acronym ERASMUS may also be read as EuRopean Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students.

The ERASMUS Programme, together with a number of other education and training programmes, was incorporated into the Socrates Programme which was established in 1995. Socrates was replaced with the Socrates II Programme in January 2000. That, in turn, was replaced by the Lifelong Learning Programme (2007–2013) from 2007.

Source: http://web.archive.org/web/20130404063516/http://ec.europa.eu/education/erasmus/history_en.htm

Erasmus+

Erasmus+ is the new EU programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport for the period from 2014 to 2020, which aims at advancing skills and employability, as well as updating Education, Training and Youth work. It will provide opportunities for studying, training and establishing cooperation among higher education institutions from programme countries and partner countries. The aims of the Erasmus+ programme in the field of education and training are:

  • To enhance and support the development of all levels of education and training
  • To strengthen the links among formal and informal education and learning
  • To enhance cooperation between education and labour market
  • To create additional values for the European education and European dimension in education
  • To support cooperation among participating countries in defining education policies

Erasmus+ programme also focuses on strengthening the potential of Youth for active participation in civil society, development of leadership skills, solidarity and understanding among cultures. Erasmus+ promotes recognition of qualifications in education, open access to education materials, documents and media created through funded projects, an international dimension of activity, multilingualism, equity and inclusion.

https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/

Erasmus Charter for Higher Education – ECHE

The Erasmus Charter for Higher Education is a document on the basis of which the European Commission awards accreditation to higher education institutions from programme countries which enabling them to compete and participate in Erasmus + projects. It contains the basic principles higher education institutions must respect in order to be able to participate in the Programme. The Erasmus Charter provides a basic framework for the quality of European and international cooperation. The Erasmus Charter also defines the terms of participation in periods prior to mobility, during mobility and after mobility. Higher education institutions from programme countries are obliged to have the Erasmus Charter for higher education so that they can participate in mobility and cooperation projects, while higher education institutions from partner countries, under the principles of the Erasmus Charter, commit themselves to signing an interinstitutional agreement with higher education institutions from the programme country.

https://erasmusplus.rs/eche/

The Erasmus+ programme consists of three key actions and two separate parts – Jean Monnet and Sport.

Key Action 1 – Education Mobility

Mobility projects include mobility of students and employees at higher education institutions as well as employees in enterprises, public or private organizations active in the labour market or in the field of education, training and youth among programmes or programmes and partner countries, as follows:

  • student mobility for the purpose of studying;
  • student mobility for the purpose of performing work practices;
  • teaching staff mobility and employees’ mobility with the aim of teaching;
  • teaching staff mobility and employees’ mobility with the aim of improving their professional qualities.

Applications for projects are submitted by higher education institutions from programme countries to their national agencies. They are also coordinators of projects, while higher education institutions from partner countries are in the role of project partners.

Mobility Projects Duration:

  • among programme countries, it can be 16 or 24 months
  • among programme and partner countries it can be 24 or 36 months.

http://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/resources/programme-guide_en

Key Action 2 – Institutional Cooperation in the Fields of Education

Strategic partnerships present projects aiming to support the development, transfer and / or implementation of innovative practices, as well as the implementation of joint initiatives to promote cooperation, peer learning and exchange of experiences at the European level.

Accredited higher education institutions and other institutions, organizations and institutions such as schools, non-profit organizations, associations, non-governmental organizations, public or private companies, public bodies, chambers of commerce, professional associations, research institutes, foundations, which are active in the higher education sector may be participants in strategic partnership projects.

Capacity Building in the field of Higher Education 2019 projects (CBHE) provide significant opportunities for cooperation among higher education institutions and other institutions and the transfer of good practices from programme countries, modernization of higher education through the development of study programmes, the improvement of institution management and the realization of different types of interaction among higher education sectors and society as a whole. Projects can last 24 or 36 months.

Joint projects are implemented at the level of higher education institutions. The goals of these projects may be the development and modernization of study programmes, the improvement of the work of various departments at higher education institutions, and the development of other capacities of institutions. The structural project aims at its goals for structural changes at the level of the higher education system (for example, a project dealing with the systemic financing of higher education, the development of the social dimension of higher education). In structural projects, the ministry in charge of higher education is required.

Key Action 3. – Improvement of Educational Policies

Erasmus + Key Action 3 projects supporting policy reform to achieve the goals set by the Europe 2020 Strategy, the Strategic Framework for European Cooperation in Education and Training (ET 2020) and the European Youth Strategy.

Jean Monnet

Jean Monnet actions are aimed at promoting excellence in teaching and research in the field of European Union studies worldwide. The total allocation of funds for the whole period amounts to 14.7 billion Euros. Jean Monnet activities are: Jean Monnet Modules, Jean Monnet Chairs and Centres of Excellence, Jean Monnet Networks, Jean Monet Projects, and Jean Monnet Support to Associations.

https://eacea.ec.europa.eu/erasmus-plus/actions/jean-monnet_en

2. International Relations

Our university’s history looks back to more than 25 years. It was established in 1993 as the College of Modern Business Studies  in Tatabánya. It is a young and dynamic institution with rapidly developing international relations. It is a strategic aim of Edutus University to further deepen and widen our network of international cooperation.

Today, the university maintains bilateral contacts and cooperation agreements with 55 institutions of higher education from 25 countries in the world. Our partners are mostly European but we also have cooperation agreements with universities in China, Kazahstan and Nepal. Cooperation agreements cover student and teacher exchange schemes, joint research and publication, as well as organising and providing courses for students.

Within Europe, the Erasmus+ Programme of the European Union plays a significant role in the cross-border cooperation while the university is also a member of the regional CEEPUS mobility programme.

3. Application Form
4. Learning Agreement
5. Courses

Courses location: 1114 Budapest, Villányi út 11-13. and 1055 Budapest, Falk Miksa utca 1.

Attention:  Please be aware that courses will not be launched under 5 applicants/group!

List of courses for ERASMUS students
Edutus University
2021/2022

AUTUMN SEMESTER

Attention:   Please be aware that courses will not be launched under 5 applicants/group! 

Course title Lecturer ECTS Credits
Economics, Microeconomics Ms. Beáta BARTALOS 5
International Economics Dr. Krisztina JUHÁSZ 5
Accounting Dr. Arnold TÓTH/

Ms. Judit MENNICH JÓNÁS

5
Calculus for Business Mathematics (Economic Maths) Mr. László PIROSKA 5
Applied Statistics Mr. László PIROSKA 5
Business Economics Dr. Zoltán PEREDY 5
Marketing Planning Dr. András KOVÁCS 5
Innovation Management Dr. Zoltán PEREDY 5
Project Management Dr. Zoltán PEREDY 5
International Marketing Dr. Ilona MIKLÓS 5
International Finance Dr. Balázs LAKI 5
Strategic and Business Planning Dr. Sujit CHAUDHURI 5
Logistics Dr. Péter LAKATOS 5
Digital Travel Environment Dr. Aliz TÓTH 5
Sociology of Tourism Dr. Borbála GONDOS 5
Globalization Dr. András KOVÁCS 5
Rural Tourism Dr. Pál GUBÁN 5
Sustanaible Development of Tourism Dr. Pál GUBÁN 5
Communication and Conflict Management Dr. Ilona MIKLÓS 5
Business English I. Ms. Nóra SIPOS 4
Hungarian Language and Culture (RECOMMENDED!) I Dr. Csaba KESZTHELYI (Mr) 4

Reserve the right of changes!

Please be aware that you can choose only one of the IW courses!

6. Academic Calendar
7. Partner Institutions
COUNTRY PARTNERINSTITUTION FIELD OF AREA Incoming/outgoing student nr. ID CODE
BELGIUM Thomas More Kempen Marketing & Management 3 B Geel 07
BELGIUM VIVES (Kortrijk) Business & Administration 5 B Kortrij 01
BULGARIA American University in Bulgaria Business Studies & Management Sciences 3 BG Blagoev 03
CZECH REPUBLIC Bankovní institut vysoká skola, a.s. Business Studies & Management Sciences 2 CZ Praha 11
CZECH REPUBLIC Brno University of Technology Business Studies & Management Sciences 3 CZ Brno 01
DENMARK International Business Academy Business Studies & Management Sciences 5 DK Kolding 10
FINLAND Karelia University of Applied Sciences Business Studies & Management Sciences 2 SF Joensuu 09
FINLAND Central Ostrobothnia University of Applied Sciences Business Studies, Marketing and Sales Management, Industrial Management 6 SF Kokkola 05
FRANCE Université Lille Business Studies & Management Sciences 3 F Lille 01
FRANCE Institut Limaryac, Toulouse Business Studies & Managment Sciences, Tourism 3 F Toulous 41
GREECE Technologiko Ekpedeftiko Idrima- Tessaloniki Business Studies & Management Sciences 2 G Thessal 12
GREECE Kavala Institute of Technology Business Studies & Management Sciences 2 G Kavala 01
GERMANY SRH University Heidelberg Business Studies & Management Sciences 3 D Heidelb 05
GERMANY Hochschule Aalen Business Studies & Management Sciences 3 D Aalen 01
GERMANY Ostfalia Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften Business Studies & Management Sciences 2 D Wolfenb 01
GERMANY Fachhochschule Trier Business Studies & Management Sciences 2 D Trier 02
GERMANY Hochschule Worms Management & Administration, Tourism and Hotel Management 2 D Worms 01
ITALY Universitá degli Studi di Foggia Business Studies & Management Sciences 2 I Foggia 03
ITALY Universitá degli Studi di Sassari Business Studies & Management Sciences, Tourism 2 I Sassari 01
LATVIA BA School of Business and Finance Business Studies & Management Sciences 3 LV Riga 13
LITHUANIA Klaipeda State University of Applied Sciences Tourism and Hotel Management  2 LT Klaiped 09
THE NETHERLANDS Han University Business Studies & Management Sciences 3 NL Arnhem 27
POLAND Crakoc University of Economics Management & Administration, Tourism and Hotel Management 2 PL Krakow 04
POLAND Panstwowa Wyzsza Szkola Zawodowa w Koninie Business Studies & Management Sciences 2 PL Konin 02
POLAND Wyzsza Szkola Handlowa we Wroclawiu Business Studies & Management Sciences 2 PL Wroclaw 12
POLAND Jan Kochanowski Univesity in Kielce Business Studies & Management Sciences 3 PL Kielce 02
PORTUGAL Instituto Politécnico de Coimbra Business Studies & Management Sciences 2 P Coimbra 02
PORTUGAL Instituto Politécnico de Santarém Business Studies & Management Sciences 3 P Santare 01
PORTUGAL ISAL Instituto Superior de Administracao e Linguas Tourism, Catering and Hotel Management 2 P Funchal 08
PORTUGAL Instituto Politécnico da Guarda Management & Administration, Tourism and Hotel Management 4 P Guarda 01
PORTUGAL Instituto Politécnico de Leiria Tourism and Hotel Management 4 P Leiria 01
PORTUGAL Instituto Politécnico de Porto Tourism and Hotel Management 4 P Porto 05
ROMANIA 1 Decembrie 1918 University of Alba Iulia Business & Administration 2 RO Albaiu 014
ROMANIA Stefan Cel Mare University Suceava Management & Administration, Tourism and Hotel Management 2 RO Suceava01
ROMANIA The Bucharest University of Economc Studies Business Studies & Managemenet Sciences 2 RO Bucures04
ROMANIA Partium Christian University Business & Administration 5 RO Oradea 02
SPAIN Universidad de Zaragoza Business & Administration 3 E Zaragoz 01
SPAIN Universitat de Girona Business Studies & Management Sciences 3 E Girona 02
SPAIN Florida Universitária, Valencia Tourism, Catering and Hotel Management 2 E Valencia 16
SLOVAKIA J. Selye University in Komarno Business Studies & Management Sciences 4 SK Komarno 01
SLOVAKIA University of Zilina Business Studies 2 SK Zilina01
SLOVAKIA Matej Bel University Business Studies 2 SK Bansk 01
SLOVENIA Univerza na Primorskem Tourism, Catering and Hotel Management 2 SI KOPER03
SLOVENIA Faculty of Commercial and Business Sciences Business & Administration 2 SI Celje 03
SLOVENIA Faculty of Commercial and Business Sciences Business & Administration 2 SI Ljublja 31
TURKEY Kocaeli Üniversitesi Business & Administration 3 TR Kocaeli 02
TURKEY Sakarya University Business Studies & Management Sciences 2 TR Sakarya 01
TURKEY Adnan Menderes University Tourism, Catering and Hotel Management 4 TR Aydin 01
TURKEY Mersin University Tourism, Catering and Hotel Management 2 TR Mersin 01
TURKEY Dokuz Eylül University Tourism, Catering and Hotel Management 2 TR Izmir 01
TURKEY Ege University Tourism, Catering and Hotel Management 2 TR Izmir 02
TURKEY University of Izmir Tourism, Catering and Hotel Management 2 TR Izmir 02
TURKEY Istanbul Gelisim University Business & Administration, Travel, Tourism and Leisure 1 TR Istanbul 32
TURKEY Okan University Management & Administration, Tourism and Hotel Management 4 TR Istanbu22
TURKEY Afyon Kocatepe University Tourism, Catering and Hotel Management 4 TR Afyon 01
8. Getting into the city

Generally, you have two options to get into the city (not counting if you have a local friend who picks you up at the airport). Taking an official Taxi or taking public transport.

Taxi: This is the most easy and convenient way. The downside is that the arrival area is full with scammers/hyenas. Make sure you take the official taxi and not to take the first offer from shady guys (this is a thing, really, so please take care). Official Taxi booth is just outside the terminal (2 meters) on your left with a queue, english speaking operator and an attractive lady to show you your taxi. Official Taxis are yellow. You can pay with credit card and there is an official rate in Budapest for taxies. It is hard to estimate the final fare, but as a ballpark, it should be between 6000 and 10000 HUF to the major hotels in the city center, but it is really depending on your destination and the traffic.

Public Transport: So either you are an adventurous guy and want the feel the post-communist breeze and get in touch with the locals or you are low on budget. Anyways, there is a public bus service from the Airport to the city. The bus stop is located on the arrival level and the bus number is 100E or 200E depending on the time. It is a bit tricky if you arrive during non-regular hours but during the day it is easy. The bus 200E will take you to “Kőbánya-Kispest  Metro 3 terminal from where you can easily go into the city center. If you take the 200E bus you will need one ticket for the bus and another one for the Metro. Tickets can be purchased on the bus for approx 450 Forints (local money is required) and from vending machines at the Metro station for 350 HUF. There is a new bus line to link the airport and the city center: 100E . The tickets on this line costs 900 HUF (cca 3,- euro) and it will take you directly to Deak Ferenc tér, which is – basically – the heart of the city.

There is more a useful link of Budapest public transportation: https://bkk.hu/en/

9. Map of Public Transport Budapest
10. Metro map of Budapest
11. ID number, EUCH and Contacts

Erasmus ID code: HU TATABAN01
PIC code: 949644260
EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY CHARTER

Opening Hours:
Tuesday: 11:00 – 15:00
Thursday: 11:00-15:00

Contacts:
Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator:
Pongrácz Márta
Budapest Campus Directorate
Cím: 1114 Budapest, Villányi út 11-13., IIIrd  floor, room nr. 311.
Tel.: +36 (1) 883 9850
E-mail: pongracz.marta@edutus.hu

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