The new Erasmus+ is the EU Programme in the fields of education, training, youth and sport for the period 2014 – 2020. It is based on integrated approach ensuring effective interaction between all sectors in the fields of education, training, youth and sport. Erasmus+ Programme supports activities in the fields of: school education, higher education, professional education and training, educational opportunities for adults, youth sector.
Student mobility for studies in the field of higher education is aimed at undergraduates and PhD students and provides an opportunity for studying the major at another higher education institution abroad.
Student mobility for traineeship in the field of higher education is aimed at undergraduates, PhD students and recent graduates and provides an opportunity for traineeship at another higher education institution or enterprise abroad.
Staff mobility for training in the field of higher education is aimed at teaching and non-teaching staff and provides an opportunity for professional development of the participants at another higher education institution abroad.
Staff mobility for teaching is aimed at teaching staff of higher schools and provides an opportunity for teaching at higher education institutions abroad. It also allows staff from enterprisesto teach at higher education institutions abroad.
Prior to the start of the mobility period, the sending and receiving organizations should sign a Learning Agreement/Mobility Agreement with the students/staff, and a Mobility Agreement with the non-teaching staff.
The Online Linguistic Support (OLS) is designed to assist Erasmus+ participants in improving their knowledge of the language in which they will study abroad so that they can make the most out of this experience.
The admitted for mobility student will place an online test on the mobility language of the European Online Linguistic Support (OLS) system if that language is available for the relevant year. When the result is B1 or lower, an online course in the system language is assigned. When the score is B2 or higher, the student may, on request, obtain an online course license in the working language or in the host language of the host country.
The first online language assessment test is conducted once the participant has already been selected for mobility and after a financial contract with IBS has been signed, so the test result will not affect the decision whether to go or not.
Upon return, the student mobility student must also pass a final test in the language platform.
Erasmus Coordinator – Daniela Georgieva
Tel. +359 2 907 82 31
7 Vincent van Gogh Str.
Distance Learning Centre /DLC/
ECTS Coordinator – Tzetanka Zlatanova
Tel. +59 723 688 22
14 Gurko Str., IBS, Botevgrad