Inbound Erasmus+ Student Information

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Incoming Erasmus+ Students - Welcome!

Thank you for your interest in studying at the University of New York in Prague under the Erasmus+ program! 

You can read our Erasmus Policy Statement and see our Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2021-2027 on our Erasmus+ homepage.

You can only study under the Erasmus+ program if your home University has a valid Erasmus+ agreement with us. You can find a list of our Erasmus+ partners below. If we do not hold an Erasmus+ agreement with your home University, you may be able to come to the University of New York in Prague on a fee-paying basis, as a Study Abroad student.


  • Erasmus+ Partners
  • How to apply

    1. Nomination

    Your home coordinator has to nominate you officially by an e-mail sent to the Erasmus+ coordinator erasmus@unyp.cz (without nomination you cannot reach the online application).

    2. Online Application

    Click on the web link which you will receive in the information e-mail and fill in the application.  After submitting the on-line application you will have to send the application documents listed below by e-mail to the UNYP Erasmus+ coordinator erasmus@unyp.cz

    3. Application Documents

    Here is a list of application documents which you need to arrange and send by e-mail after submitting the online application:

    • learning agreement (LA) 
    • your photo in a passport size
    • scan of your passport
    • scan of your Health Insurance European Card or other Health Insurance Certificate

    Those application documents have to be scanned and sent by e-mail to the UNYP Erasmus+ coordinator erasmus@unyp.cz no later than the set deadlines (see below).

    We DO NOT require originals sent by post.

    4. Confirmaton of Acceptance

    When your learning agreement (LA) is approved and signed by your coordinator, we will send you an acceptance email.

  • Dates
    • Fall 2020 Dates: Sept 22 - Dec 19, 2020 (Includes Arrival, Orientation, Final Exam, and Departure Dates for Study Abroad and Exchange Students)

    • Fall 2020 Application Deadline: May 31, 2020

    • Spring 2021 Dates: Jan 24 - May 15, 2021 (Includes Arrival, Orientation, Final Exam, and Departure Dates for Study Abroad and Exchange Students)

    • Spring 2021 Application Deadline: October 16, 2020

    • Fall 2021 Dates: Aug 29 - Dec 18, 2021 (Includes Arrival, Orientation, Final Exam, and Departure Dates for Study Abroad and Exchange Students)

    • Fall 2021 Application Deadline:April 23, 2021

    • Spring 2022 Dates: Jan 23 - May 14, 2022  (Includes Arrival, Orientation, Final Exam, and Departure Dates for Study Abroad and Exchange Students)

    • Spring 2022 Application Deadline:October 15, 2021
       

  • Timeline

    After being Accepted to study at UNYP you will need to follow with these steps:

    1. Review and sign Study Abroad contract
      1. Once signed, scan and email the contract to UNYP (erasmus@unyp.cz)
    2. Select 6-8 courses from the UNYP course offerings. Complete the Course selection form. Have your home university advisor approve these courses and submit the course selection sheet to UNYP (erasmus@unyp.cz)
      1. Be sure that your home university has approved each of the courses that you list in your Learning Agreement.  This will ensure that the courses you enroll in at UNYP will transfer back towards your degree at your home university.
      2. The UNYP Registrar will then create a course schedule based on the course selection sheet.
    3. Submit the learning agreement form to UNYP (erasmus@unyp.cz)
      1. Once the registration from UNYP Registrar is complete, you can fill out the Learning Agreement.
    4. Provide UNYP with a passport-style photo of yourself (erasmus@unyp.cz)
      1. We will use this photo for your UNYP Student ID Card.  The photo must be taken according to passport-photo requirements (https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports/how-apply/photos.html)
    5. Obtain UNYP Login Credentials for: Email, E-Learning, E-GNOMON
    6. With Login Credentials, access E-Learning and complete pre-arrival quiz
    7. Join UNYP Visiting Students Facebook Group
    8. Arrive in Prague on Arrival Day
    9. Check in to orientation at UNYP for Day 1 of orientation week
    10. Upon arrival complete the arrival confirmation at the UNYP Center for Global Engagement
    11. Receive signature from UNYP Center for Global Engagement on Learning Agreement during the semester
    12. After your stay you must obtain a confirmation of Erasmus Study Period from UNYP Center for Global Engagement, and register for the UNYP Transcript of Record to be sent to your home university
    13. Obtain signature from UNYP Center for Global Engagement on your Learning Agreement for Completion of Studies
    14. Fill in  EU Survey
  • Courses

    Fall Course Offerings

    Please note that the following list is not official list of courses for the following semester. Rather, these are the course offerings from the latest semesters and can serve as a reference for what to expect in future semesters. The official set of course will be published one month before the start of classes.


    Business

    • Algorithms
    • Business Planning
    • Business Strategy
    • College Algebra
    • Computers and Applications
    • Consumer Behavior
    • Corporate Finance
    • Discrete Mathematics
    • E-Commerce and Marketing Technologies
    • Econometrics
    • Hedge Funds & Private Equity
    • Human Resource Management
    • Information Management
    • Information Security Implementation & Processing
    • International Business
    • Introduction to Python
    • Knowledge Management
    • Legal Environment of Business
    • Macroeconomics
    • Managerial Accounting
    • Microeconomics
    • Network Administration
    • Organizational Behavior
    • Principles of Management
    • Principles of Marketing
    • Project Management
    • Risk Management
    • Sales and Sales Management
    • Strategic HR Management
    • Systems Administration
    • Viral and Guerilla Marketing

    Communication and Media

    • Advanced Public Relations
    • Advertising Strategies
    • Art of the Western World
    • Digital Photography
    • Global Communication
    • Intercultural Communication
    • Interpersonal Communication
    • Introduction to Advertising
    • Introduction to Sociology
    • Media and Society
    • News Writing
    • Public Relations Principles
    • Public Speaking
    • Web Design

    International Relations

    • African Politics and Society
    • American Government and Politics
    • Classics of Political Theory
    • Czech A1
    • Czech A2
    • Economic Policies of the EU
    • External Relations of the EU
    • German A1
    • International Organizations
    • International Political Economy
    • Introduction to Political Science
    • Literature and Politics
    • Social and Economic Aspects of Globalization
    • Spanish A2
    • US History and Civil Rights
    • World Geography

    Psychology

    • Addiction and Dependency: An Introduction
    • Biological Psychology
    • Cognition
    • Ethical Issues in Psychology
    • Forensic Psychology
    • General Psychology
    • Group Work Processes
    • Health Psychology
    • History and Systems of Psychology
    • Human Biology
    • Living in Social and Political Crisis
    • Motivation and Emotion
    • Psychological Interviewing Methodology
    • Psychology of Adjustment
    • Psychology of Art
    • Psychology of Infancy and Childhood
    • Social Psychology
    • Theories of Personality     
    • Trauma Narratives

    General Studies

    • Academic Writing
    • English Composition II
    • Introduction to Literature

    Spring Course Offerings

    Business

    • Algorithms
    • Behavioral Economics
    • Calculus
    • College Algebra
    • Computers and Applications
    • Corporate Finance
    • Discrete Mathematics
    • E-Commerce and Marketing Technologies
    • Financial Accounting
    • Game Theory
    • Human Resource Management
    • Information Management
    • International Business
    • International Marketing Strategies  
    • International Money and Banking
    • Legal Environment of Business
    • Macroeconomics
    • Managerial  Accounting
    • Microeconomics
    • Organizational Behavior   
    • Principles of Management
    • Principles of Marketing
    • Professional Development
    • Project Management
    • Reason and Argument
    • Sports Marketing and Sponsorships
    • Strategic Communication Skills for Business Leaders
    • System Administration
    • Taxation
    • Workforce Motivation      

    Communication & Mass Media

    • Advanced Public Relations
    • Art of the Western World
    • Digital photography
    • Intercultural Communication
    • Introduction to Advertising
    • Introduction to Communication
    • Introduction to Media Writing
    • Introduction to Sociology
    • Media and Society
    • Media History
    • Mediation and Conflict Management
    • Public Speaking
    • Visual Culture and Semiotics

    International Relations

    • Classics of Political Theory
    • Czech A1
    • Economic Policies of the EU
    • External Relations of the  EU
    • History of Religions
    • International Conflict and Security
    • International Political Economy
    • Introduction to Philosophy
    • Introduction to Political Science
    • Principles of Ethics
    • Sex & Gender in a Global Perspective
    • Social and Economic Aspects of Globalization
    • Spanish A2
    • Theories of International Relations
    • US History and Civil Rights
    • US History since 1865

    Psychology

    • Animals in Human Society
    • Biological Psychology
    • Cognition
    • Comparative Psychology
    • Cultural Anthropology
    • Educational Psychology
    • General Psychology
    • Group Work Processes      
    • Health Psychology
    • History and Systems of Psychology
    • Human Biology
    • Living in Social and Political Crisis
    • Positive Psychology
    • Psychology of Adjustment
    • Psychology of Adolescence and Adulthood
    • Psychology of Religion
    • Social Psychology
    • Sports Psychology
    • Statistics I
    • Urban Change and Grassroots Movements

    General Studies

    • Academic Writing
    • Dramatic Literature
    • English Composition I
    • English Composition II
    • Introduction to Literature
    • Poetry and Psychoanalysis
    • The Novel
    • Trauma Narratives: Points of Departure and Meaning in Psychology, Film, and Literature
  • Erasmus+ Student Housing Information

    UNYP can offer Erasmus+ students its Housing & Services program, in which UNYP guarantees a housing placement with other visiting students. More details on the UNYP Housing & Services program can be found in the "Costs" section.

    If you wish to secure your own housing, please see some options listed below:

    Several accommodations in Prague could be options for Erasmus+ students. As these are suitable housing options for many newcomers to Prague and availability may be limited, it is important to book a room early.

    PLEASE NOTE: The student will be able to pick the type of room, but building management places the student into an available apartment. These accommodations are not student dormitories.

    BELGICKA  APARTMENTS

    4-minute walk from UNYP

    Two completely renovated residential buildings, ideally located, just 100m from UNYP. Students can choose one of 73 single or double rooms. The area, size, and number of single and double bedrooms (2 beds) apartments vary. The capacity of both buildings is 25 apartments totaling up to 120 beds. 

     

     

    For detailed information, check their website: http://belgickaapartments.cz/

    For reservations, please contact info@belgickaapartments.cz (current students) or admissions@unyp.cz (new students).

    DC REZIDENCE

    30-35 minutes from UNYP by public transport (metro line C and bus connection)

    Accommodation in single rooms in a renovated building, located in a quiet environment and providing students with all the services necessary for study and relaxation. DC Rezidence is part of a sport relaxation and gastronomic complex, which provides a wide range of services (restaurant, sports academy, wellness, laundry, etc.).
     

     

    More information can be found at http://www.dcrezidence.cz/en/

    To receive a reservation form contact: internationaloffice@unyp.cz

    STUDENT HOUSE BOTIC (SHB)
    15 minutes from UNYP by public transport (with tram connections)

    Located in a residential area of Prague 10, SHB is close to public transportation and close to the city center and I. P. Pavlova area. It is a renovated residential building designed to accommodate 160 students in 92 rooms total: single, twin, and double. There are double rooms available for disabled persons.

    The price includes all utilities (heating, water, electricity), 24/7 reception, high-speed internet, fridge in each room and common areas cleaning. Students are responsible for their room cleaning, possibility to arrange an extra charged room cleaning service.


    Available in the building: kitchen for every 12 rooms, study rooms, storage room (bicycles, skis, etc.), fitness, student club, laundry, mailbox. 


    More information can be found at http://www.shbprague.com/

    For reservations, please contact reception@shbprague.com

  • UNYP Housing and Services Cost

    The cost for Housing and services for Fall or Spring 2020/2021: $4,600

    The cost for Housing and services for Fall or Spring 2021/2022: $4,600


    Items included in Housing and Services fee:

    • Housing

      • Housing in one of the residences listed below included in the Study Abroad Program fee

    • Health Insurance

      • Basic Czech health insurance coverage for students, valid for student visa purposes

    • Visa Support

      • The International Office will provide information on how to navigate the visa application process, and will also provide crucial documentation necessary for the visa application itself

    • Pre-Departure Orientation and Information

      • Once you’re a confirmed participant in the program we will provide you with all the information you need to help you get ready to study abroad in Prague. A brief online pre-arrival quiz helps make sure you’re ready to go. Our staff is always available to help answer your questions, and can even connect you with current students for their perspectives and insights.

    • Airport Pick Up and Transport to Housing

      • If you arrive at Prague’s Vaclav Havel International Airport (PRG) on the designated Arrival Day and tell us your arrival information in advance, our team of staff and student volunteers will meet you at the airport and take you directly to your housing in Prague. Then we will show you around the student residence and the local neighborhood so you begin to feel at home right away.

    • On-Site Orientation

      • The day after Arrival Day, orientation sessions at UNYP will introduce you to your university home for the semester, your fellow students and instructors, and the lovely Vinohrady neighborhood.

    • Transportation Pass

      • The day after Arrival Day, orientation sessions at UNYP will introduce you to your university home for the semester, your fellow students and instructors, and the lovely Vinohrady neighborhood.

    • Student Benefits Program

      • Take advantage of the many discounts and other benefits available through UNYP's student benefits program, including discounts on gyms, swimming pools, local restaurants, retail outlets, and hotels. Check out UNYP's Student Benefits page for more details.

      • The International Student Identity Card (ISIC) issued in your name, together with your UNYP ID card, will allow you to take advantage of student benefits across Europe.

    • Mailing of your Final Transcripts

      • Once your grades are finalized at the end of the semester/term, your official transcript will be sent by standard mail to the address you indicate on your application (usually your university’s registrar's office).
        Grades are finalized about one month after the final exam period is over.
        If you need additional transcripts later, just email UNYP’s Registrar's office.

  • Contact Information

    All questions can be directed to the UNYP Center for Global Engagement (erasmus@unyp.cz). 

    If you are interested in earning a bachelor’s, master’s or doctorate degree at UNYP, please look at our range of Academic Programs or contact our Admissions Office.

     

    Institutional Erasmus+ details:

    • Name of the institution: University of New York in Prague, s.r.o.
    • Erasmus ID code: CZ PRAHA40
    • Address: Londýnská 41, Praha 3, 130 00, Czech Republic
    • ECHE Number: 271562-EPP-1-2017-1-CZ-EPPKA3-ECHE
    • PIC Number: 930932281

 

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