You can apply to the University Apeiron Banja Luka as an exchange student if there is a valid student exchange agreement between your home university and the University Apeiron Banja Luka and you have been nominated by your home university.
Whether you are applying through a program that is funded from the European Union or some other international institution, or coming at your own expenses, you must be officially nominated by your home institution.

documents required documents

The documents that should be submitted by exchange students:

  1. CV 
  2. Transcript of Records 
  3. Proof of Registration at the Home Institution 
  4. Copy of Passport 
  5. Learning Agreements 
  6. Motivational Letters 
  7. Language Certificate (Bosnian/Croatian/Serbian or English)

All the documents need to be in English. 

duration Duration

Applying through mobility programs such as Erasmus+, students can apply for a period of 1-2 semesters. Duration is usually determined in the mobility program public call.

calendar academic calendar

Important dates for incoming students:
Winter semester (October – February)
Summer semester (March – July)

returningWhen returning home

Before returning home you need to have the following documents:
Confirmation of departure – issued by University Apeiron with the respective mobility dates proving that the student completed the mobility program. It is given to the student the day before leaving from University Apeiron;
Transcript of records / Grade Certificate – issued by University Apeiron with the marks obtained which will formalize the academic recognition at the home institution. Every student is entitled to an official Transcript of Records after completing his studies at University Apeiron. The Transcript of Records will be sent directly to the International Office of the sending institution;
Final report (provided for the effect) – must be filled before the student returns to their home country and signed by the departmental and institutional host coordinator.

duration Contact persons at the International Relations Office