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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 recent outgoing student from the JFKI has compiled a very helpful application guide for interested applicants (Eleonore Neumann, July 2016). The guide is available in German and English.

Complete applications should be submitted via email as a single PDF file (if possible) with the subject line "Erasmus Application 2019/20". The contact person at the JFK Institute for the ERASMUS program (and to whom all applications should be sent) is Gabi Bodmeier.

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.

Erasmus+ Partner Universities

Università degli Studi Roma Tre / Roma Tre University (Italy)

  • Ph.D., 1 student, 5 months

Uniwersytet Wroclawski / University of Wroclaw (Poland)

  • Bachelor, Master, Ph.D.; 2 students, 10 months each

Current information from the EU Commission and the DAAD indicates that in the event of a Brexit without a deal, the following will occur (see https://eu.daad.de/eu.daad.de.2016/programme-und-hochschulpolitik/europaeische-hochschulpolitik/docs_69011//content.html.de ):
Mobilities to the UK which start after 12.4.2019 are no longer eligible, as the UK may no longer be an Erasmus programme country.

University of Edinburgh (United Kingdom)

  • Bachelor; 1 student, 10 months

University of Nottingham (United Kingdom)

  • Bachelor, Master, Ph.D.; 2 students, 5 months each


Cyntia Kossmann