Until then we suggest you browse one of the previous Autumn/Spring semester's load of courses. The chances are that many of them will be offered again (in addition to a fair number of new ones). This sounds a bit disquieting but if you need details to fill your preliminary learning agreement, we suggest you look at the courses we offered in Autumn 2017/18. You will always be able to add changes to and make your final learning agreement once you are in Budapest and have a chance to look at the current catalogue.
In some departments, special Erasmus courses are offered, at other departments, Erasmus students can choose from the general courses offered to non-exchange students at ELTE.
You will already be aware that our agreements are specific to the subject areas in which they are set up and are based upon the specific request of individual disciplines. Students must discuss their programme of study with the academic coordinators concerned in order for them to see if the study programme of their preference can be duly executed.
Deadlines and technical details (for AY2017/18 Spring Semester):
The Faculty of Humanities would like to receive student nominations by 30 November the latest.
Punctuality and flexibility:
Nominations received beyond the deadline will be processed provided that the concerned host department expresses its willingness of evaluating applications after the deadline.
Students, whose nominations have been confirmed by the respective host department, will receive personal instructions with respect to technical and administrative matters.
Notifications on nominations:
In all cases, students will be notified on an individual basis by the Erasmus Faculty coordinator about the technical to-dos (application, registration, post-arrival activities, orientation events, etc.) no later than the end of November (in case applications are submitted in a timely manner).
Students are expected to return the pre-registration form document sent by the Erasmus+ Faculty Coordinator. Individual information will be sent out to all applicants in a group e-mail with multiple recipients. Please note that the pre-registration form is the most important document to be submitted alongside other materials.
School of English and American Studies
Institue of Art History Information for (prospective) Erasmus students
Institute of HistoryCourses for Erasmus students (Spring 2017/2018)
Department of Media and Communication
Institute of Philosophy
Institute of Ancient and Classical Studies
Institute of Informatics and Library Science
Department of Dutch Studies