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Information for Outgoing Students
On completion of their first year of study, students can use the Erasmus+ Programme to study at a university in another participating country, so extending their social and cultural competence and improving their professional prospects. In the process, they come to know the academic structures of a foreign university and the methods of teaching and studying prevalent there.
The programme offers financial support for study periods abroad in all participant countries.
The Merits of a Period of Study Abroad
- academic recognition of all courses successfully studied abroad;
- waiving of tuition fees at the host university;
- financial support helping to cover the additional costs incurred abroad;
- support in the preparatory stage (in matters of culture, language and organization);
- special allowances for students with children;
- special allowances for students with disabilities.
New Regulations in Erasmus+ since Project Year 2014
- It is now possible for a student to receive financial support more than once in any one study cycle (Bachelor, Master, Doctorate).
- In each cycle, up to twelve months’ financial support can be granted.
- In one-cycle courses of study (Staatsexamen, Diplom etc.) up to 24 months’ financial support can be granted.
With Erasmus+ students can spend study periods abroad in the European programme countries during each phase or cycle of their studies:
- up to twelve months in each of the Bachelor, Master, and Doctoral phases or 24 months in one-cycle courses of study (Staatsexamen etc.);
- periods of study abroad in Europe of 3-12 months’ duration each (including multiple periods);
- placements / internships abroad in Europe of 2-12 months’ duration each (including multiple placements);
- placements / internships within one year of graduation following the completion of a study phase (graduate placements), if the application was made within the final year of the study phase.
Requirements for an Erasmus scholarship abroad
- regular enrolment as a student at a German tertiary education institution;
- completion of the first year of studies;
- period of study at a partner institution with which the home university has concluded an Erasmus co-operation agreement (inter-institutional agreement);
- both home and host institutions hold a valid Erasmus university charter (ECHE).
Where can I study?
Kuvataideakatemia, Helsinki (Finnland)
École supérieure des beaux-arts de Nantes Métropole (Frankreich)
Ecole nationale supérieure des Beaux-Arts Paris (Frankreich)
École Supérieure d'Art et Design Le Havre - Rouen (Frankreich)
Limerick Institute Of Technology (Irland)
Listaháskóli Íslands, Reykjavik (Island)
Taideyliopisto/Kuvataideakatemia, Helsinki (Finnland)
Koninklijke Academie van Beeldende Kunsten Den Haag (Niederlande)
Staatliche Akademie der Bildenden Künste Wien (Österreich)
Kungl. Konsthögskolan Stockholm (Schweden)
La Universitat de Barcelona (Spanien)
Pécsi Tudományegyetem, Pécs (Ungarn)
University of Dundee (UK)
Studierendenservice / International Office, Stipendienstelle
- Elke Eisold-Le Comte (International Office)
- 0721 926 5236
- Office hours
- Monday til Friday 10:00 – 12:00