Student mobility

At ISSBS we are accepting incoming students in 2021/2022 academic year for the spring/summer semester, starting from early February 2021. Due to the corona crisis, we are planning to implement the classes as blended learning, a combination of on line and face to face with professor – all in tutorial way. Social distancing and all the necessary precautions will be applied in accordance with the guidelines of the Ministry of Education and the National Institute of Public Health.

We thank our future Erasmus+ students for considering ISSBS for their Erasmus + mobility.

You can also be an exchange Erasmus + incoming student, in case your university or faculty in your home country is our partner and if an Erasmus bilateral agreement among both institutions is signed. Among other things, Erasmus+ aims to promote international student mobility by offering scholarships for study and traineeships. Erasmus+ provides students in higher education with the opportunity to study abroad in Europe for three to 12 months (per university cycle) as part of their degree.

Students and young graduates have also possibility to complete an internship/training in a company (or similar organization), within their studies or within 12 months after graduation, in one of the countries participating in the Erasmus + program.

Thanks to the Erasmus + Program, you will gain valuable skills for life, international experience to help you develop personally, professionally and academically, as well as to succeed in today’s world.

ISSBS Erasmus ID code is: SI CELJE03
For more information about Erasmus+ mobility please contact ISSBS mobility coordinator on email:
Erasmus+ program Facts sheet for Erasmus nominations for 2021_2022.

Do you want to get pre-arrival information about Slovenia, Celje, health insurance, visa policy? Check on the link.

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Teaching and staff mobility


Each academic year we have incoming and outgoing teaching and staff mobilities with our partner universities from different countries (Poland, Israel, Thailand, Hong Kong, Germany, Austria, Moldova, Marocco…).

Teaching and staff mobilities create knowledge transfer, they help to develop new skills and participants gain international and intercultural competencies, as well as cultural awareness.


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