The National agency SAAIC updated information about Brexit news connected with the ongoing Erasmus+ projects
- mobilities with the UK are still possible until the end of the ongoing Erasmus+ projects ( Calls from 2018, 2019 and 2020)
- after January 1, 2021, the UK visa/immigration requirements will be applied to participants in the mobilities (more details available at the website below)
- after January 1, 2021, incoming students from the UK will have to apply for residence permit should their stay exceed 3 months
More information available at (in Slovak): www.erasmuspls.sk
EU Citizens Obliged to Present Passport instead of ID Cards when Entering UK Starting from October 1
Citizens from the European Union, European Economic Area as well as Switzerland will be obliged to present a valid passport when showing up at the ports of entry of the United Kingdom starting from October 1, UK authorities have confirmed.
18. January 2023
Webinar about the new Turing Scheme
During a webinar held on March 25, 2021, Univesities UK International (UUKi) presented detailed information about The Turing Scheme. For further information, see the presentation below or watch a video from the webinar. Information about the Turing scheme are also available at turing-scheme.org.uk and commonslibrary.parliament.uk.
30. March 2021
Information from the Embassy of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland about Horizon Europe, Erasmus+ and the Turing scheme
Despite withdrawing its participation in the Erasmus+ programme, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland recognizes the importance and benefits of international exchange in education and training. For this purpose, the Horizon Europe programme and the Turing scheme are implemented instead. Horizon Europe The UK encourages researchers and bussinessmen to form collaborative partnerships … Continued
14. January 2021