It is possible for Erasmus students to extend their mobility at Ambis for an extra semester. An extension is not guaranteed and depends on capacity and organizational availability. Always ask the Erasmus coordinator at Ambis for current information.
Ambis University is a member of the Erasmus+ programme.
Deadlines for Incoming Students
Nominations: 30 June / 30 October
Applications: 15 July / 30 November
Erasmus code: CZ PRAHA11
Lindnerova 575/1, 180 00 Praha 8, Czechia
Erasmus+ is the EU's programme to support education, training, youth, and sport in Europe. Its budget of €14.7 billion will provide opportunities for over 4 million Europeans to study, train, and gain experience abroad.
Erasmus+ contact information
Jan Jonák, Erasmus+ Institutional Coordinator
Dagmar Krupičková, Erasmus+ Specialist
Tel: +420 777 468 135
Tuesday: 10:00 – 16:00
Lindnerova 1, Prague
To make an appointment outside of office hours you can contact us at any time by e-mail.
Information for Incoming Students
- Your home university has to nominate you by email to firstname.lastname@example.org (deadlines can be found above)
- Fill in your Student application form (do not forget to attach your Transcript of Records)
- Create OLA (if your university does not use OLA (Online Learning Agreement), use the LA form they provide you)
- Send your filled-in application form and ToR to email@example.com
- Send us scan/photo of your European Health Insurance Card or a valid health insurance
- Send us scan/photo of your Passport / ID
- Send us a photo of you (passport type)
- Apply for a visa (for non-EU students only!)
- Get travel health insurance for the duration of your stay
- Find accommodation (resources provided upon request)
Course list for the autumn semester of the 2023/2024 academic year - here
Course list for the spring semester of the 2023/2024 academic year - here
Minimum English language level: B1
Maximum ECTS per semester: 30
Orientation meeting: first half of February (exact date will be specified by email)
Teaching period: mid-February – beginning of May
Examination period: beginning of May – end of June
Orientation meeting: mid-September (exact date will be specified by email)
Teaching period: October – December
Examination period: beginning of January – mid-February
Academic calendar: here
Students find their own accommodation, resources provided upon request. Please write to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to help you.
- Ask the Erasmus coordinator at Ambis about the availability of an extension and current deadlines.
- Talk to the Erasmus Coordinator at your home university about the possibility of an extension (scholarship, limits, etc.).
- Download the Extension form for the following semester and fill in all the details.
- The Extension form and Learning agreement must be signed by you and the coordinator at your home university.
- Submit the signed form to email@example.com for approval. The deadline is 2 months before the end of your current Erasmus period. Applications submitted after the deadline will be automatically rejected.
- Provided that your application for extension is successful, you will be issued a new letter of acceptance proving your extension has been confirmed by Ambis.
- We remind non-EU citizens to personally and quickly renew/extend their residence permit/visa. It is the student’s responsibility to follow all the visa procedure deadlines.
EU or EFTA students are legally obliged to register with the police in the place of their residence on the territory of the EU within 30 days of their arrival in the country if their intended stay will be longer than 30 days (§ 93, Law no. 326/1999). Please see the after arrival duties and registration requirements on the website of the Czech Ministry of Interior:
Students from non-EU or non-EFTA countries who wish to stay in the Czech Republic have to apply for a visa – “Short term visa” or “Long term visa for a stay of over 90 days” depending on the length of stay. Detailed information regarding the application procedure:
The study programmes at AMBIS are organized on the basis of the ECTS credit system “European Credit Transfer System”. The Bachelor study programme at AMBIS is completed after gaining 180 ECTS credit points. An average requirement is 60 ECTS credit points in one academic year.
Since 2007 in accordance with the Act on Higher Education Institutions all graduates receive the Diploma Supplement. When completing the Diploma Supplement the utmost attention is paid not only to the content and the form but also to the language with the aim of creating the conditions for gaining the Quality Certificate DS Label. Those students who have participated in the mobility have this fact written in their Diploma Supplement.
The outgoing students’ credit points from abroad are fully acknowledged on the base of the Transcript of Records as stated by the hosting university.
The Maximum value of ECTS credits obtained in one semester at AMBIS for exchange students is 30.
Please make sure you know your home university’s requirements for the minimum amount o ECTS that you have to obtain.