You can also combine your stays abroad with an internship to gain work experience – increasingly important when you start in the job market. Beginner and PhD students have the opportunity to study abroad. Master`s students who complete their studies abroad (up to two years) can benefit from an Erasmus master`s degree guaranteed by the EU. Your home institution and your host institution must have an inter-institutional agreement between them so that you can study with Erasmus. To study abroad with Erasmus, you must be enrolled in a higher education institution and study leading to a recognized degree or university degree. For undergraduate students, you must be at least in the second year. Both institutions must also hold the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (if they are in the countries of the programme). When the inter-institutional agreements are signed, the institutions of the partner countries commit to the principles of the Charter. Students with physical, mental or health conditions may apply for additional funding after being selected to study abroad. PhD students can also benefit from EU support for research periods abroad through Marie Skodowska-Curie actions. You can also apply for a scholarship for a joint master`s degree or for an EU-guaranteed master`s degree for up to two years. Erasmus is helping to organise exchanges of students and PhD students in Erasmus countries, as well as inside and outside partner countries.
The host institution must provide you and your sending establishment with a copy of the recordings attesting that the agreed program has been completed and accepts the results. Learn more about the guidelines for using the Learning Agreement for Studies Your university should recognize credits (with ECTS points or an equivalent system) as agreed in the pre-mobility learning agreement and include them in your degree. , without further Erasmus requirements: opening doors for new careers at Brechje Schwachofer, Dutch Ambassador to Cyprus, on how her Erasmus exchange helped her pursue a career in the Dutch external action service. As an Erasmus student, you are exempt from tuition, registration, exams and access fees to the laboratories or libraries of the host university. The fees of insurance companies subject to insurance or student union organizations may continue to be low.