How to apply for an Erasmus+ exchange at KUL?  


Once you have been accepted as an Erasmus+ student by both sending institution and receiving institution, you must send all the required documents by email to the Erasmus+ Office of The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin no later than until 30 November. Within two weeks after the Erasmus+ Office confirms receiving all the documents, you will receive an official letter of acceptance along with information materials. Information about the study programmes is available at:  Course Catalogue 2018-2019.


You are required to bring the hard copies of the application form and your Learning Agreement when you arrive at KUL.


Application documents:

  1. Application Form 18-19 – typed, printed and signed by your Erasmus+ coordinator (handwritten form will not be accepted)
  2. A photocopy of the applicant’s passport
  3. A photocopy of health insurance which will cover all medical expenses during your stay in Poland
  4. A photocopy of accident insurance
  5. Provisional Learning Agreement 2018-2019 signed by home university (You can find information on how to complete your Learning Agreement here: Guidelines LA 2018-2019)
  6. A certificate of the English language level confirmed by the International Relations Office/Erasmus+ Office (at least B1 level; for English Studies/Philology programme at least B2). Students from countries where English is an official language (e.g. the USA) are not required to provide such a certificate
  7. A digital colour photograph sent by e-mail (300x300 pixels). Please note that your photographs must be of good quality, full face and a plain white or off-white background (especially the digital one), otherwise you will need to have a new one taken after your arrival, which means you will wait longer for your student ID.

IMPORTANT NOTICE! You must send a complete set of application documents to be accepted. Please also be aware of the fact that your level of English must be good (at least B1; for English Studies/Philology programme at least B2) - you must be able to understand, speak and write both general and academic English. If your English is of a poor level, you will not succeed in most subjects!


 Erasmus+ students are advised to contact:

Ms Magdalena Kiczuk

Erasmus+ Officer
International Relations Office
The John Paul II Catholic University of Lublin
Al. Racławickie 14
20-950 Lublin, Poland
Tel. +48 81 445 40 24
Fax: +48 81 445 41 91