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During the course of their studies, students have an opportunity to take a semester at a university abroad. It is usually done within the Erasmus+ programme. Another popular form of education is to continue master degree studies at a university abroad after finishing bachelor level studies at a university at home. This results in a big number of foreign students studying at the Lublin University of Technology (LUT). This phenomenon is especially noticeable at Computer Science (CS) studies. During the winter semester of 2017, ninety nine foreign Erasmus students have come to study CS at the LUT. The number of foreign students is rising – during the two preceding semesters we had respectively 78 and 52 students. Because of such significant numbers of students, it was necessary to identify barriers they encountered during their education, in order to prepare a plan of their reduction. This should make it possible to improve the educational offer and improve foreign students’ living and learning conditions during their stay in Lublin. Meetings with Erasmus students allowed to identify the main issues. They were: language problems, unequal level of students’ IT skills, financial problems and a long term of staying away from home.