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Blended Intensive Programme Erasmus+



Venue: Trnava University in Trnava, Faculty of Philosophy and Arts

               Hornopotočná 23, 91701 Trnava, Slovakia

Date: 27th-31st March 2023

Registration deadline: 15th March 2023    student registration form

The event will take place when the number of participants reaches at least 15. The programme will be finalized after this date

Coordinating institution: Trnava University in Trnava - Department of Classical archaeology

Sending partners: Masaryk University - Department of Classical archaeology, Charles University - Institute of Classical Archaeology, University of Ljubljana - Department of Archaeology, University of Primorska - Institute of Archaeology and Heritage, University of Zagreb - Department of archaeology, University of Zadar - Department of Archaeology and others

Co-host institutions: Institute of Archaeology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences, Comenius University - Department of General history.

Dear Colleagues,

The Department of Classical Archaeology of the Trnava University in Trnava in co-operation with partner and co-host institutions listed above would like to invite you to Blended intensive programme Erasmus + Pro archaeologia nostra. The event in the form of international student colloquium is intended for (full-time or part-time) Master's students and doctoral candidates. The aim is to facilitate discussion and exchange of experiences on various topics in the field of Archaeology, Classical archaeology and related disciplines. The activities include guided tours of sites and expositions (e.g. the Roman camp in Iža, the chamber tomb of Poprad Matejovce Archaeological park Carnuntum and more). The main language of the programme is English and German. Oral presentations of up to 15 minutes will be accepted. Contributions that represent different methodological approaches within a broader chronological or territorial frame are welcome. The colloquium is realized as Blended Intensive Programme (BIP), which is a new format of Erasmus+ mobility. It will therefore include an interactive webinar (, Microsoft Teams).

On behalf of Organizing committee,                         

doc. Mgr. Lucia Nováková, PhD.

Dear Head of the department

Why present?

  • a space to develop and fine-tune your research
  • receive quality feedback from established colleagues
  • sharing knowledge and experience
  • networking
  • deepening institutional cooperation and recruiting new partners
  • visiting interesting sites and exhibitions

Co-ordinating institution (Trnava University)

  • ensures the organization of the programme, including final report
  • is responsible for the scientific standards of activities
  • provide transport to the sites, entrance fees and guided tours

Sending institution

  • provides grant for short-term student mobility (5 days)
  • recognizes the program in the final evaluation of the selected course at home (the course is specified in the Learning agreement and has at least 3 ECTS credits).


  • covers travel and accomodation costs (from the mobility grant)
  • take an active part in the colloquium (oral presentation)


In the eyes of the students

Dear students

Each of us has certainly encountered the obligation to present our research project or its results during our studies. However, not everyone can confidently stand in front of a group of people and clearly explain to the audience what they are doing in their research. Everyone should be able to talk openly about what interests and fulfils them in the field of archaeology. At the same time, we should be able to have professional discussions, seek interdisciplinary collaboration and establish working contacts. The international student colloquium, combined with site visits and talks by experts, is aimed precisely at this goal.

If you are interested please download student registration form ,complete and send it to dragonidesovapetra [at]


Mgr. Barbora Adamíková (PhD. student, Trnava University)

Mgr. Petra Dragonidesová (PhD. student, Comenius University, Institute of Archaeology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences)