Erasmus+ at a glance
For the time being, all face-to-face advisory services of the International Office are cancelled. You can reach us during regular office hours on Tuesdays (10–12.30 am and 2.30–4.30 pm) and Thursdays (10–12.30 am) by phone (telephone numbers listed below). Also, you are welcome to meet us online in our virtual meeting rooms:
- Tuesday from 10–11 am: Advice on stays abroad within Europe (Erasmus+)
- Thursday from 10–11 am: Advice on stays abroad outside Europe
In addition, you are welcome to contact us by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to arrange a phone call, please send us a German telephone number and we will call you back.
The SSC – Student Service Centre (A12) is closed to the public. Please send original documents by post or use the post box in building V01 (Poststelle), Ammerländer Heerstraße 118.
Erasmus+ student mobility
For Erasmus+ credit mobility (student and staff exchange), inter-institutional agreements:
For Erasmus+ Key Action 2 and 3 projects (for example Strategic Partnership, Policy support):
Erasmus+ at a glance
The International Office is in close contact with partner universities worldwide. Since information related to the Corona crisis is updated on a daily basis, students planning a stay abroad in 2020 should regularly check their university e-mail account.
Erasmus+ aims to modernise and improve higher education across Europe and the rest of the world. It gives students and staff opportunities to develop their skills and boost their employment prospects. Good practices will be shared between universities and businesses in Knowledge Alliances.
Higher education institutions from participating countries can work with those from neighbourhood countries, non-EU Balkan countries, Asia, Africa and Latin America to develop their educational systems.
Opportunities for students to learn abroad, including:
Opportunities for staff to undertake professional development activities, including:
- Deliver joint masters’ programmes in a consortium of higher education institutions from participating countries.
- Companies and higher education institutions can work together to share knowledge.
Cooperation outside the EU in neighbourhood countries, Africa, Asia, and Latin America through projects that increase an organisation’s competencies or expertise through:
- Joint projects to modernise teaching methods, materials and curricula;
- Structural projects, including the involvement of national authorities.
Opportunities are available to the following organisations in participating countries:
- Students at higher education institutions;
- Higher education institution staff (academic and non-academic);
- Private companies.
Higher Education Institutions in neighbouring countries, non-EU Balkan countries, Asia, Africa, and Latin America can participate in projects that take place outside the EU.
(text source: http://ec.europa.eu/education/opportunities/higher-education/index_en.htm (12.8.15))