The STU Institute of Management is involved in the Erasmus+, Erasmus ICM and CEEPUS programs. Thanks to this, every Spatial Planning student can go on at least one mobility trip during their studies, and students are guided to do so. In addition to exchange mobilities, various student projects are implemented at our workplace, such as the MUNISS project, or this year, in cooperation with TU Wien and the University of Belgrade, we are organizing the Blended Intensive Program project as part of the Erasmus+ program as the first workplace at STU in Bratislava.

Milestones of international cooperation in education

  • 2016 – 2020 implementation of the International Student Competition MUNISS, where the UM STU acts as the coordinator of the competition in the Slovak Republic, with the close cooperation of the Bratislava and Brno Magistrates, with the invitation of the visiting Vienna, a number of unique solutions were created by students of the UM STU in mixed teams with other partner universities (VŠVU, FAD STU and UK in Bratislava, Technical University and Masaryk University in Brno)
  • 2017 Establishment of the Central and Eastern European university network CEEPUS Urban innovation network, coordinated by UM STU
  • 2018 – 2021 ICM ERASMUS joint study exchange programs between UM STU and universities in China, Sri Lanka and Egypt.

International student events

The workshop within the Blended Intensive Program through the Erasmus+ program is being held for the first time in the history of STU at the Institute of Management. The topic is Positive Energy Districts, one of the currently most key topics in the field of energy and spatial development of the EU, and it is at the same time the topic of the currently ongoing Horizon2020 Making City project. The workshop is attended by 35 students from ÚM STU, the University of Belgrade and the Technical University of Vienna.

International exchange programmes

Erasmus +

The European Erasmus + programme | Campus France

Erasmus+ study stay or Erasmus+ study mobility is the completion of part of the study abroad, while the period of study abroad must be fully recognized and replaced by the home university for a comparable period of study at the home university.

Coordinator: Milan Husár

List of partner institutions

Erasmus ICM

Erasmus ICM 2020 - Internazionale UNIPV

International credit mobility or International credit mobility (ICM) supports the mobility of individuals from the program country to the partner country or vice versa.

Coordinator: Maroš Finka

List of partner institutions

  • Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Chile
  • POLIS University, Albánsko
  • SJTU – Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Čína
  • Cairo University, Faculty of Regional and Urban Planning, Egypt
  • Nile University, Egypt
  • University of Energy and Natural Resources, Ghana
  • Department of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Agriculture, University of Tabriz, Irán
  • University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka
  • International College of Business and Technology, Sri Lanka
  • UBT – Higher Education Institution, Kosovo



The Central European Exchange Program for University Studies (CEEPUS) supports academic mobility in Central, Eastern and South-Eastern Europe, contributes to European integration and emphasizes regional specificities

Coordinator: Ľubomír Jamečný

List of partner institutions

  • Polis University
  • Vienna University of Technology
  • University of Salzburg
  • Polytechnic of Šibenik
  • Czech Technical University in Prague
  • Brno University of Technology
  • University of Pécs
  • University of Prishtina Hasan Prishtina
  • UBT – Business and Technology College
  • Gdansk University of Technology
  • University of Belgrade
  • University of Novi Sad
  • University of Ljubljana