For a detailed description of the exchange programmes, click on the quick links below:
Erasmus for Outgoing Students - new call for applications
Be an Exchange Student Ambassador
Being a student ambassador of UP MS abroad
If you are currently a student of UP MS who has won an international exchange opportunity, you are one of our most valuable representatives abroad. You may be asked to give a presentation about the University of Pécs Medical School at university events, or can participate in a Study Abroad fair during or after your exchange where you have the right and responsibility to act as an ambassador of UP MS.
Your key task is to inspire potential exchange students to come to UP MS. Exchange students strengthen the international profile of our Medical School, which is an important contribution to the high world ranking of our Faculty, since the more incoming exchange students choose our Faculty, the more students at UP MS have an opportunity to go on an international exchange.
Here you find some helpful information to facilitate your role as a student ambassador:
- Introducing UP MS
- General Medicine student talking about UP MS
- Biotechnology student talking about his experiences at UP MS and in Pécs
- Our MediSkills Lab
- Just being happy at UP MS
- General description of the University of Pécs
Admission and Academic Bulletin:
Sometimes exchange students at our partner universities are asked to give a presentation about their home university at their host institution. In such a case, please contact us so that we can help you with additional information and useful materials. Send us an email to email@example.com in good time before the presentation so that we can send you international brochures, posters, bookmarks and digital material.
Perhaps you have your own idea on how to promote UP MS – email your suggestions to the Office for International Relations and Erasmus Programme
Ask our Students!
What better way to find out about the student life, campus environment at UP MS or about living in Pécs, Hungary, than by asking actual students? If you are ready to be a contact as a UP MS Medical student, please let us know the field you would be here to help prospective students with and your email address through which they can contact you.
We encourage our visiting students to reach out to our UP MS students and ask them to share their experiences.
Tempus Public Foundation / Hungarian National CEEPUS Office offers CEEPUS Freemover mobility scholarships for incoming university students and teachers from CEEPUS member countries in the winter semester (1 September 2022 – 31 January 2023) of the Academic Year 2022/2023.
Applications are accepted only from the CEEPUS member countries: Albania, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Kosovo, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia and Slovenia.
Applicants with Hungarian citizenship or Hungarian place of residence cannot be considered.
CEEPUS Freemovers need to find and contact the Hungarian host university themselves and obtain the Letter of Acceptance document from the host university.
We recommend to choose a host institution that already has CEEPUS activity in order to minimise administrative obstacles. A list of Hungarian institutions with CEEPUS activity can be found here.
To find a relevant Hungarian host higher education institution please click here.
The online application form must be submitted through the central CEEPUS website.
Applications will be proceeded in case of formal eligibility and in the order of arrival.
Applicants are asked to submit the application at least 45 days before the planned mobility.
For further information please click here.
Call for Applications for Students in the Stipendium Hungaricum Scholarship Program and Scholarship Program for Christian Young People
Please see the detailed call for application HERE.
Call for application for PhD students
Call for application for PhD students 2023/2024/1
Please, apply in the link below:
ERASMUS+ - The European Union's programme for education, training, youth and sport (2021-2027)
Erasmus+ is one of the European Commission's most successful and best-known programmes. Funded by the European Union for almost 30 years, Erasmus+ has enabled more than 3 million European students to spend part of their studies in another European higher education institution or at a European organisation. Studying abroad is a key focus of the Erasmus+ programme and has proven to have a positive impact on later career prospects of the participants. It is also a chance for students to improve their language skills, become more confident and independent, and get to know the culture of the host country at first hand.
Erasmus Information booklet - good to know about Erasmus+ mobility
Erasmus Code of the University of Pécs: HU PECS01
APPLICATION FOR SELF-ORGANIZED MOBILITIES IS CONTINUOUS!
The Learning Agreement signed by the three parties (student, receiving institution, sending institution) must be uploaded to Mobility Online surface at least 1 month before the departure date. Otherwise the Erasmus+ internship cannot take place!
Within the framework of the Erasmus+ mobility for traineeship, Medical School students have the opportunity to complete their sixth year internships at clinics that they contacted individually and do not have a contract with the University of Pécs. Application for a self-organized mobility is continuous.
Attention!! The documentation must be submitted at least three months before departure, otherwise we will not be able to accept the application.
Applications must be submitted online.
Further information on the application can be obtained personally or via email at the Office for International Relations and Erasmus Programme from the Faculty Erasmus Coordinator, Dóra Éltető. (Theoretical block, 1st floor). Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Tel: 72 / 536-358)
Application to the contracted Erasmus+ partners of the Medical School:
Students who do not receive travel support can opt for green travel. In this case, they will receive a single contribution of 50 EUR as a top-up amount to the individual support and up to 4 days of additional individual support to cover travel days for a return trip, if relevant.
Information on accredited practice places
According to the rules, the following departments of hospitals are considered to be accredited:
- In the EU, Norway, Switzerland, the USA and Canada, the clinics of the state-accredited universities.
- In the EU, Norway, Switzerland, the USA and Canada, the accredited teaching hospitals.
- The list of foreign accredited practice places is available on the website of the Registrar's Office.
- Outside the EU, Norway, Switzerland, the USA and Canada only the hospitals accredited by the Hungarian Accreditation Committee (HAC or MAB) are to be accepted. The constantly updated list is available on the website of the Registrar’s Office.
Currently no application period!
You can find the available destinations to apply for on the following website: https://mobilitas.pte.hu/osztondijak/hallgatoi/tengeren_tuli
In case of questions about the preparation of applications, please contact Mr. Gábor Czéh at one of the following contact details:
Mr. Gábor Czéh, international credit mobility coordinator
PTE International Office
Telephone: + 3672/501-509, e-mail: email@example.com
Scholarships or tuition-free study opportunities announced annually by PTE's inter-university contracts, which are available in the following countries:
USA, Mexico, Japan, South Korea, China, Taiwan, Russia, Azerbaijan
We would like to draw students' attention to the fact that the website of the partner universities includes the list of courses offered by them!
IMPORTANT! For opportunities in the United States the TOEFL and IELTS language exams are required. You can find more information on these:
Visiting Student Learning Opportunities
The AAMC Visiting Student Learning Opportunities™ (VSLO™) program enables medical and public health students to pursue short-term learning opportunities in locations away from their home institutions. Program participants include medical and public health students and institutions in the U.S. and around the globe. For further details please consult AAMC-VSLO
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) created an iCollaborative collection of resources related to educational innovations, policies, and best practices within the health professions that support teaching and learning. Please scroll down to search the page for relevant courses. Clinical Teaching and Learning Experiences without Physical Patient Contact is a collection searchable by competency domain and by learner audience. Webinars on various topics are also available on the site.
In addition to the iCollaborative collection, MedEdPORTAL, AAMC’s online journal of teaching and learning resources has indexed resources developed during the COVID-19 pandemic. https://www.mededportal.org/virtual. At present, the following types of resources are included:
- Self-Directed Modules That Can Be Used to Supplement Clinical Teaching and Learning
- Self-Directed Modules That Can Be Used to Supplement Preclinical Teaching and Learning
- Interactive Sessions That Can Be Conducted Via Videoconference
- Standardized Patient Cases That Can Potentially Be Cone Via Videoconference for Communication Skills
Webinars, seminars and other events promoted by VSLO:
Bellagio Global Health Conference -
Bellagio Global Health Education Initiative (BGHEI), a group of international inter-professional global health educators, is inviting colleagues and students to join their upcoming "open" half-day conference, which will include a diverse and insightful set of speakers. You will find the agenda and the Zoom link below.
Yale Institute for Global Health launched a Global Health Conversation Series available at Yale IGH sight.
The YIGH series is a moderated forum for the Yale community and alumni to listen to and learn from some of today’s pivotal decision-makers in the world of global health and the COVID-19 pandemic. The events were open to the public.
AAP webinar series available for VSLO members
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) has launched a webinar series, Global Health Practice in the time of COVID: Finding Effectiveness in Your Personal & Professional World.
The series, designed for global health trainees and educators, answer important questions on how to optimize global health training and educational partnerships during the pandemic. Previous webinars are available on AAP’s YouTube channel.
Virtual seminars on Global Climate Change are hosted by Weill Cornell Medicine. The links for zoom-meetings are accessible in their flyer.
DAAD scholarships for study and research in Germany
Since 1925 the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) has established itself as one of the biggest organisations that encourage international exchange. DAAD membership numberes more than 230 higher education institutions and 120 student bodies.
The DAAD is a joint organisation of Germany’s higher education institutions and is responsible for promoting international academic relations, primarily through the exchange of students, academics and researchers. Its programmes are generally open to all disciplines and all countries and equally benefit foreigners and Germans.
For more information please visit the official DAAD website.