Studying abroad is an unforgettable experience that allows to develop several essential skills both on a personal and professional level. If you have not had the opportunity to visit the ESN page to get to know about the activities they organise for Erasmus students, we advise you to do so. We are sure you will feel inspired to apply to spend at least a semestre abroad.
On this page we gathered information on different opportunities related to studies, such as international mobility programmes, scholarships to study in your home country or abroad and short and long term courses and degrees.
Depending on your university and country where it is based, there are several mobility programmes that allow you to study at different universities on an international level. Each institution has institutional agreements in different countries, so it is necessary to contact the mobility office, in order to understand what opportunities are available.
Through Erasmus+ it is possible to spend up to 1 year abroad with for each degree of studies – Bachelor’s, Master’s or PhD. The programme offers financial support and academic recognition for studies, research periods and internships abroad.
Besides Erasmus+, universities have other agreements to studied outside Europe, from financed to non-financed programmes. These opportunities depend on each university and to ensure the options available, it is necessary to contact the universities’ mobility office.
International degrees and courses are a good opportunity to develop multiple skills, learn about new realities and live into a multicultural environment for a long period. There are several options, from a summer courses to a complete degree abroad and bellow you can find these different options.
Through Erasmus Mundus, students have the chance to take part in a multi- disciplinary Master’s Degree in different universities around the world.
Doing a degree at a university abroad is a great option to improve personal and professional skills and get to know a culturally diverse environment.
Summer and online courses are designed for people who want to deepen knowledge in a certain topic, while developing soft and hard skills.
We know that sometimes the most difficult thing to study and do research abroad is the financial obstacles. For this reason, if you are interested in studying abroad, we advise to search for scholarships in the European Funding Guide, in EURAXESS and on the websites of the educational institutions where you would like to study, because in many countries, universities and foundations offer scholarships for international students.
No, because you can not receive double funding from Erasmus+, but if you do not receive a scholarship to study you can volunteer with the European Solidarity Corps at the same time. In addition, there are possibilities to receive double funding if it doesn’t come from Erasmus+, for example Service Civique.
You can contact the mobility office of your university and suggest to make an institutional agreement, but that does not mean that they will and the process can be time consuming.
Yes, many of these programmes allow you to do both at the same time, especially if you have mandatory internships in your degree. If you would like to find more option regarding international internships, check out our page.
There are some options through Erasmus+ and it should be your school applying. You advise you to talk with them. There are other options like United World Colleges or AFS.