The Erasmus scholarship program allows university-level students to go to another European country to study and do work placements. Studies abroad should contribute to qualifications at home and to help students get to know different cultures and languages as well as gain vital international experience.
The Erasmus scholarship program is intended for European students registered at a Higher Education institution holding an Erasmus University Charter. The program allows students to study abroad between 3 to 12 months or at least a full academic trimester/term.
The Erasmus scholarship program is carried out in the framework of prior "inter-institutional agreements" between home and host institutions, both of which must be holders of an ERASMUS University Charter. Students are selected by their home institution in a fair and transparent way.
There are no specific discipline requirements attached to the Erasmus scholarship program. Stipends may vary per country.
For more information about the Erasmus scholarship program, please refer to the scholarship website.