ERASMUS_ Department of Social Geography and Regional Development - 2020
Student exchanges and internships mainly take place through the ERASMUS program, in which the Department cooperates with 55 foreign universities and sends 12 to 15 students to study abroad annually, there is an increase in practical training stays.
In exchange, 25 to 30 foreign students come to study in the Department with rising trends in recent years, also due massive increase of newly opened courses in English. Nowadays they can choose from about 15 classes taught in English organized by the department only with about 10 more courses organized by other geographical departments:
The courses are tightly connected with the agenda of particular research centres.
Teaching mobility within Erasmus in quite low in long-term trends as concerned outgoing teachers (about 3 in each school year – with recent interests in practical stays, too), There is bigger demand in incoming teachers – about 6-8 in each year with focus on preparations of longer-term joint projects (EU, V4 Funds etc.)