With the EU's Erasmus+ study mobility programme, you can study for 3 to 12 months in one of the higher education institutions of a participating country.
To help you cover travel and living costs, you can apply for an Erasmus+ EU grant and won’t have to pay any fees at your host university.
Which countries offer Erasmus+?
Who can apply?
To apply, you must be:
How to get started?
During your Erasmus+ year
Going to classes and getting to know a different study system is a great part of your time abroad, but meeting other Erasmus+ students and dipping into another culture is also part of the deal. The Erasmus Student Network can help you with that, just find a local section close to you and see what they have planned.
At the end
At the end of your period abroad, your host institution must give you and your home institution a transcript of records confirming that you fulfilled the learning agreement and stating your results.
Your home institution must give you full academic recognition for completing the activities on your learning agreement using ECTS credits.