September 2018
International Relations

Who are we?

Our office deals with the international relations of the Faculty, mainly with student exchange, organization of educational programs.

What are the main tasks?

  • Handling several mobility projects regarding the exchange students;
  • Dealing with the Erasmus paperwork regarding incoming/outgoing students;
  • Contributing to the promotion and management of international mobility programs;
  • Dealing with students, helping them;
  • Participate in organizing Erasmus event.

What do we expect from you?

  • Experience with independence in a foreign country (previous participation in the Erasmus exchange program is considered as an advantage);
  • Ability to work in multicultural environment;
  • Ability to deliver quantity and quality of work;
  • Initiative (ability to work independently);
  • Good verbal communication skills;
  • Ability to collaborate closely with other members of the International Office.

What knowledge and skills can you gain during the internship?

  • Experience in working in an international environment;
  • Improved communication skills in English;
  • Experience in working in a team.

Can we offer you any additional contribution?

Accommodation in one of the university dorms (which is on a considerably lower price than in a private flat) + we can sign ERASMUS traineeship/intern mobility agreement for the duration of the stay

What is the selection process?

We require a B2 English language certificate, a motivation letter and a short CV, then the decision is made based on the submitted documents until. Sumbittion deadline is May 15 – decision is shortly after!