The Erasmus Programme (European Region Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students) and Erasmus+ is one of the most successful trans-European exchange programs. Since 1987, this program has assisted more than two million students in organizing their study abroad.
A step-by-step guide (German) has been written about the Erasmus procedure and can be accessed here. Complete applications should be submitted via email as a single PDF file (if possible) with the subject line "Erasmus Application 2017/18".
The contact person at the JFK Institute for the ERASMUS program (and to whom all applications should be sent) is Prof. James Dorson.
Students from the JFK who are preparing for Erasmus semester/s should meet Prof. Jobs in order to talk about their planned courses and syllabi for the eventual recognition of their ECTS credit points.
Applicants should consult the webpage of the Erasmus office for all further details.
Ph.D., 1 student, 5 months
Bachelor, Master, Ph.D.; 2 students, 10 months each
Bachelor; 1 student, 10 months
Bachelor, Master, Ph.D.; 2 students, 5 months each