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Overview

Student mobility for studies, the centrepiece of the Erasmus programme, enables students at higher education institutions to spend an integrated period of study of between 3 months and 12 months in another participating country.

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What are the objectives of student mobility for studies?

  • To enable students to benefit educationally, linguistically and culturally from the experience of learning in other European countries;
  • To promote co-operation between institutions and to enrich the educational environment of host institutions;
  • To contribute to the development of a pool of well-qualified, open-minded and internationally experienced young people as future professionals.

Who can benefit?
Students registered at a higher education institution holding an ERASMUS University Charter.

For how long can students go abroad?
Students can study between 3 to 12 months abroad or at least a full academic trimester/term.

 What are the preconditions?

  • ERASMUS student mobility for studies is carried out in the framework of prior “inter-institutional agreements” between home and host institutions, both of which must be holders of an ERASMUS University Charter.
  • ERASMUS students are selected by their home higher education institution in a fair and transparent way.

What arrangements are made for the ERASMUS students?

Prior to their departure, ERASMUS students are provided with:

  • A study agreement (grant agreement) covering the mobility period and signed between the student and his or her home higher education institution.
  • A “Learning Agreement” setting out the programme of studies to be followed, as approved by the student, the home and the host institution;
  • The “ERASMUS Student Charter” setting out their rights and obligations with respect to his/her period of study abroad.

 

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