Outgoing Students

The ERASMUS+ program offers you the opportunity to study abroad in Europe for 3 to 12 months (per university cycle) as part of your degree. You can take part in the Erasmus+ Program after successfully completing your first year at InterNapa College.

This period abroad will be fully accredited towards your final degree, through the use of the European Credit Transfer System (ECTS).

You can study in a partner institution of InteNapa College. This could be located in any of the other 32 participating countries with whom the College has an agreement.

No tuition fees will be paid at the host university towards the Erasmus courses covered abroad. However, tuition fees for the semester or academic year will be paid at INC based on INC’s tuition rate.

Why study abroad with Erasmus+?
  • Develop academically, professionally and personally
  • Develop new skills and boost your employability
  • Develop cultural awareness
  • Improve and gain language skills
  • Become more self-confident and self-reliant

It is an additional educational and cultural experience

If you are interested in studying for one or two semesters abroad as an Erasmus+ student then you need to contact the Erasmus Coordinator at INC, Ms. Despina Georgiou to discuss the possibility of participating in the program.

Eligibility Requirements
  • The applicants should be full time students at INC enrolled in a program of study leading to a Bachelor Degree.
  • The applicant should have completed at least 30 credits (approx. 60 ECTS) and have a CPA of at least 3.0.
  • The applicant should be suitable for study abroad, and considered to be a good ‘ambassador’ of InterNapa College.
  • The applicant should have adequate skills in English (B2 – **CEFR) or in the language of the host institution (if other than English). For exchange studies within the Erasmus+ programme a compulsory assessment of language skills is required. Two language tests must be undertaken: one before the exchange and one at the end of the exchange period.
  • The exchange studies should be compatible with the individual candidates’ course of study.
  • Studies at the host institution should be on a full-time basis and the study period should be at least 3 months.

**CEFR is the Common European Frame of Reference. It describes proficiency levels at 6 different levels of competency in English, A1 being the lowest, C2 being the highest.

The applicant must also accept the following in order to be eligible:

Applicant must be able to pay the fees of the following semester in advance.

Once the selection is narrowed down, the applicants may be asked to make a short presentation.

After the exchange, the applicant should complete a report on his/her experiences for future candidates.

For the selection, the Student Affairs committee will appoint a sub committee comprising of the Student Affairs Director, Rector, Academic Advisors of Applicants and a Student Union member (not an applicant). ​

Application Deadlines

Students interested in participating in the Erasmus+ Program should submit to the Erasmus Office:

  1. the Application Form
  2. Academic transcripts
  3. Letter of Interest, by:

May 1st, of the year before the mobility if interested in study mobility either during the Fall Semester or a full academic year.

October 1st, of the year before the mobility if interested in study mobility during the Spring Semester. 

Erasmus+ Program Guide
(https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/sites/erasmusplus/files/files/resources/erasmus-plus-programme-guide_en.pdf),
illustrates the financial provisions applying for the Staff Mobility Scheme of the Program.