ERASMUS Exchange Program
Each exchange is designed to enable the student to gain valuable international experience, either by studying part of their degree abroad, or undertaking a work placement (traineeship). The exchanges usually take place in the second or third year of a course, and can last up to twelve months. Universities that participate in this programme have a number of partner providers across Europe or ABD that offer student exchange placements.
To be eligible, you have to be registered at a higher education provider that is part of the programme, and enrolled on a course leading to a recognised degree or tertiary-level qualification. Your period of study abroad must be relevant for your degree, your personal development needs, and be part of the study programme you’re following. Erasmus exchange students don’t have to pay fees for their overseas studies, and there are some grants available to help with living costs, as well as funding support for students with physical, mental, or health-related conditions. You will need to apply for this programme through your university’s Erasmus or international office.
If you want to have the opportunity to do an Erasmus exchange as part of your higher education course, check to see if the unis you’re considering applying to are part of the Erasmus programme.
The list of countries to go with Erasmus is: Germany, Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Macedonia, Austria, Poland, Romania, Sweden, Switzerland, ABD, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Czech Republic, Hungary, Turkey, Iceland, Norway, Cyprus and Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Serbia, Montenegro, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Jordan, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, Tunisia, Russia.
How can I get an Erasmus Scholarship?
- Being studying at the university,
- Having completed at least the first year of the university,
- To know the language of the country which we panning to go to,
- Not participating in Erasmus Program before,
- Not receiving a grant from a similar European Union project.