The International Relations Office of the University Apeiron Banja Luka coordinates all academic programs at the University level and provides specialist support to students who come from outside BiH.
Citizens of the European Union Member States do not require a visa for entry to Bosnia and Herzegovina, which of course applies to students – citizens of the EU Member States.
Residence permit is a document that allows a foreigner to stay in Bosnia and Herzegovina for a certain period of time (for you, it is a period of your academic/administrative mobility).
The guide is intended for students, academic and administrative staff at higher education institutions, as well as other stakeholders. The European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System - ECTS (European Credit Transfer System) is an effective tool for creating transparent study programs, for promoting student mobility, for easier recognition and comparison of study programs, as well as for the recognition of higher education qualifications.
It is important that during your mobility to Banja Luka (Republika Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina) you have (and use during entrance/exit) a valid passport.
Applying through mobility programs such as Erasmus+, students can apply for a period of 1-2 semesters. The duration is usually determined in the mobility program public call.
Contact persons at the international relations office