Faculty of Civil Engineering and Environmental Sciences


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Erasmus+ has opportunities for people of all ages, helping them develop and share knowledge and experience at institutions and organisations in different countries. Erasmus+ support transnational partnerships among Education, Training, and Youth institutions and organisations.Thanks to cooperation between Bialystok University of Technology and plentyful foreign universities and partner institutions (companies, industry enterprises and scientific research institutes) our students can participate in many foreign study programmes, apprenticeships and language courses. Currently, the students at the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering can go under the Erasmus programme to any of 60 foreign universities, that partnership agreements are made with. Under Erasmus program students can study abroad for a maximum 2 semesters at each level of study. They may stay abroad for one or two semesters in the case of study abroad programme (1st, 2nd and 3rd level studies) and in the case of apprenticeship – for a maximum of 3 months.

During their stay abroad the students are granted the scholarship received by the university via the Foundation for the Development of the Education System. A foreign university does not collect any fees for the study, such as: tuition fees, exam fees or use of lecture hall, laboratories and libraries.

As part of the Erasmus + program, you can complete part of your program studies on university in another country participating in the program.

During the stay the students do not only have a chance to acquire knowledge related to their field of study, but may also improve their language skills, make new friends and get to know the culture, history, monuments or nature of a foreign country.


Arrivals within ERASMUS +

All information for students coming to study at the Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Bialystok Technical University can be found at:
International Relations Office

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