Erasmus+

Erasmus+ is the European Commission's programme for European cooperation in education, training, youth and sport for 2014 to 2020.

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The Erasmus Programme

The Erasmus Programme is an EU exchange student programme that has been in existence since the late 1980s™. Its purpose is to provide foreign exchange options for students from within the European Union and it involves many of the best universities and seats of learning on the continent.

How Does the Erasmas Programme Work?

The programme is aimed at cross-border cooperation between states to aid the growth of international studying, and with over 4000 students involved in the programme at any one time it offers an excellent chance of experience abroad.

How Long Can Students Go Abroad?

Students can go abroad for 3 to 12 months (including a complementary traineeship period, if planned). The same student may receive grants for studying or being trained abroad totalling up to 12 months maximum per each cycle of study:

  • During the first study cycle (Bachelor or equivalent) including the short-cycle (EQF levels 5 and 6).
  • During the second study cycle (Master or equivalent of EQF level 7).
  • During the third cycle as doctoral candidate (Doctoral level or EQF level 8).

The duration of a traineeship by recent graduates counts towards the 12 months maximum of the cycle during which they apply for the traineeship.

How Long Can Students Go Abroad?

Students must be registered in a higher education institution and enrolled in studies leading to a recognised degree or other recognised tertiary level qualification (up to and including the level of doctorate).

The mobility is carried out in the framework of prior inter-institutional agreements between the sending and receiving institutions, both of which must be holders of the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (if located in a Programme country).

  1. Places available for Erasmus+ exchange studies
  2. Further information about Erasmus+
Published by: Bojana Simsic Page responsible: Veronica Liljeroth Updated: 2017-11-10
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