The ERASMUS+ program, studying abroad, is the largest European cooperation program in higher education.
Today, almost all European universities work together through the Erasmus+ program. As a student, I can receive a scholarship to study in a participating country for 3 to 12 months. Activities related to this program are coordinated by the Department of International Relations (IRO) under the authority of the Vice-Rector for International Relations.
I can also find nice photos directly from Erasmus+ participants in the CZU photo bank.
As another opportunity to study abroad, I can use the Double Degree program, non-European mobility, or even summer schools.