South-West University Neofit Rilski
South-West University Neofit Rilski

Before mobitlity


Please visit our Practical advice list on “How to prepare for your mobility”.


DOCUMENTS TO PRESENT BEFORE MOBILITY AT THE ERASMU+ OFFICE (66 Ivan Mihaylov str., 2700 Blagoevgrad, room 101, Rectorate building)

  1. Passport size photo
  2. ID copy
  3. Copy of the European Health Insurance Card
  4. Bank certificate with IBAN and BIC code



Once you have been selected as an Erasmus + student, you have the right to receive information about the partner universities or companies where you can carry out your mobility and what activities you can carry out there.

• You have the right to receive information about the assessment system at the host institution, as well as information about taking out insurance, finding housing and obtaining a visa (if necessary). You can find the relevant contact persons and sources of information in the interinstitutional agreement signed between the sending and the receiving institution.



• You will sign a Grant Agreement (even if you do not receive EU funding). If you are enrolled in a higher education institution in a country participating in the Program, the Grant Agreement will be signed with the sending institution. If you are enrolled in a higher education institution in a program partner country, the Grant Agreement may be signed with the sending or receiving institution depending on the agreed terms. In addition, you will sign a Learning Agreement with the sending and receiving institution/company. Careful preparation of the Learning Agreement is essential for the successful conduct of your mobility and for its recognition. The Learning Agreement describes the details of the planned activities abroad (including the credits that need to be obtained and that will be added to your current degree).

Watch this short video on how to fill in the learning agreement properly.



• Once selected for mobility, your language skills will be assessed through an online language test (if available in the main language of the studies/internship abroad), which will enable the sending institution to offer you the best appropriate language assistance if required. We advise you to make full use of this to help improve your language skills to the level recommended by your host institution.

Watch this short video to become familiar with Online Linguistic Support