- has a long tradition at the FFWT
- it is currently possible to choose from 66 subjects taught in English at the faculty
- a substantial proportion of these subjects are taught by foreign lecturers – from India, Italy, Greece, Slovakia. Slovenia, the USA, Thailand, and Great Britain
- more than 140 foreign students per year study at the faculty through the Erasmus+ programme, often undertaking their professional practice here
- students from outside Europe who are interested in studying at the FFWT can apply within Bilateral Agreements and within the Erasmus+ credit mobility programme
- the FFWT students can also gain experience abroad on the basis of similar agreements and programmes, they participate in study exchange programmes, professional internships or projects of development help and cooperation (Philippines, Chile, Nicaragua, Ethiopia, Yemen, Peru)
- scholarship programmes include: The Central European Exchange Programme for University Studies (CEEPUS), EHP Norway, the Fulbright scholarship, the Marie Curie scholarship or the AKTION programme
- the uniqueness of the FFWT also lies in the involvement of scientists and professionals in projects of development help and cooperation, their activities are aimed at sub-Saharan Africa, South-East Asia, Latin America and the Balkan region.