Overview of the Mobility Programmes for Students

Mobility Programmes for Students

Studying abroad is the best way to get to know new countries, (knowledge) cultures, languages and people, and offers:

  • Personal benefits - self-confidence, independence
  • Academic benefits - new approaches, different perspectives, broadened horizons
  • Career benefits - language skills, networking, employability

Students have several possibilities to spend time abroad:

Erasmus+ Student Exchange at a European Partner University

For Bachelor’s, Master's, Diploma, and PhD students

Bachelor’s students: from the 3rd semester; master’s students: from the 1st semester  

Duration: one or two semesters (3-12 months)

Monthly grant

Application deadline: depending on your department (at the latest: 5 March or 5 October)

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Erasmus+ Traineeships

For Bachelor’s, Master's, Diploma, and PhD students

Bachelor’s students: from the 3rd semester; master’s students: from the 1st semester

Duration: 2 months to 12 months

Monthly grant

Applications possible throughout the year (at least six weeks before the start of the traineeship)

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Non-EU Student Mobility outside of Europe

Bachelor’s, Master's, Diploma students

Bacherlor’s and Diploma students: STEOP and at least 2 semesters in your field of study completed

Duration: one or two terms (4-9 months)

Monthly grant

Application deadline: 1 November, 15 November, 1 February

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Erasmus+ International Student Mobility outside of Europe

Master's or PhD students

NO Bachelor's students

Duration: one term

Monthly grant

Application deadline: beginning of October or beginning of February

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Short-term grants abroad (KWA)

Master's, diploma, PhD students

For research within the scope of a diploma/master's thesis or a dissertation

Duration: 2 weeks-3 months

Monthly grant

Application deadline: 15 February, 15 May, 15 October

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