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Going Abroad with Erasmus+

About Erasmus+

Changing Lives. Opening Minds. Erasmus+

The EU programme for education and training, Youth and Sport, Erasmus+, offers education grants in the field of higher eduction for the following purpose

  • Studying and internships
  • Teaching or training for higher education staff
  • Strategic partnerships between educational institutions from participating countries
  • Alliances of knowledge between institutions from the sectors of employment and education
  • Guaranteed loans for graduate students to finance their studies abroad

You can find further information about Erasmus+ on the Homepage of DAAD, the German Academic Exchange Service.

Countries participating in the programme

Countries participating in the programme are the EU member states:

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxemburg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Rumania, Sweden, Slowakia, Slowenia, Spain, Czech Republic, United Kingdom

Further participating countries are:

Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Iceland, pricipality of Liechtenstein, Norway, Turkey

Partner Countries

The following countries can participate in some actions of the programme if certain criteria and conditions are fulfilled.

Armenia, Aserbaidschan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldawia, Ukraine

Egypt, Algeria, Israel, Jordania, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Palestine, Syria, Tunesia

Albania, Bosnia and Herzegowina, Kosovo, Montenegro, Serbia

Russian Federation

Erasmus+ Details of the EUF

  • Erasmus Code: D FLENSBU01
  • EUC Reference Number 28758-EPP-1-2014-DE-EPPKA3-ECHE
  • Erasmus Insitutional Coordinator: Ulrike Bischoff-Parker
  • Participant Information Code (PIC): 949487605

For Students

Student Mobility for Studies (SMS)

After completion of the first year, students can receive funding for studying abroad in order to broaden their social and intercultural competences and to increase their chances on the job market. They get to know the academic system of a foreign country as well as the partner university´s methods of teaching and studying.

Erasmus+ Studies (SMS) - facts

  • the Erasmus+ programme covers study visits to only European partner universities of Europa-Universität Flensburg
  • the study visits can be for one or twi semesters, the minimum period is three months
  • multiple funding is possible: for up to 12 months for each section of the studies
  • the application process st the host university is simplified and no tuition fees are charged
  • home and host universities support the application process and assist with the organisation of the stay
  • the host university usually assist with finding accommodation and offers Erasmus+ students a cultural programme as well as a preparatory language course
  • for the purpose of recognition of the studies undertaken at the partner university, as individual learning agreement is concluded between the students and both home and host universities
  • the Learning Agreement details the courses taken and the ECTS credit points awarded
  • the Erasmus+ scholarship depends on the country of destination
  • in the academic year 2018/19 rates were as follows:

    • group 1 - € 420: Denmark, Finnland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, UK
    • group 2 - € 360: Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Spain, Cyprus 
    • group 3 - € 300: Bulgaria, Estonia, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Republic of Macedonia, Czech Republic, Turkey, Hungary

  • the Europa-Universität Flensburg may set an eligibility period that is shorter than the actual stay
  • upon return, a Transcript of Records will be issued which certifies the courses completed and credits obtained

Please be aware that moving abroad is a precondition for financial support.

Student Mobility for Training (SMP)

Erasmus+ provides financial support for internships to students in host institutions in other European countries. EU-institutions and institutions which manage EU-programmes are excluded as well as diplomatic missions of the countries of origin of the students.

Students may do Erasmus+ internships in companies and organisations in Europe. The applicaiton for a scholarship can be submitted as soo ass the placement ir confirmed. Applications are viewed twice a month.

The EUF grants two Erasmus+ scholarships for graduate internships per year. Application deadline for internships in the following year is December 1st.

Erasmus+ Internship (SMP) - facts

  • recognition of training acheivements completed abroad
  • support during internship by a contact person at the home university and a contact person within the host institution
  • assistance with the preparation for internship: it ist also possible to take part in a preparatory Erasmus language course in so-called lesser-used languages
  • internship agreement between universities, companies and students
  • in the academic year 2018/19 rates were as follows:

    • group 1 - € 520: Denmark, Finnland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, UK
    • group 2 - € 460: Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Spain, Cyprus 
    • group 3 - € 400: Bulgaria, Estonia, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Republic of Macedonia, Czech Republic, Turkey, Hungary

  • the Europa-Universität Flensburg currently grants funding for a period of either 60 or 90 days which implies that the eligibility period may be shorter than the actual internship
  • non-paid internships are funded preferentially
  • no funding is granted for internships with a salary of more than € 400
  • This is the online application link

For Administrative Staff

Staff Mobility for Training (STT)

To support the internationalisation of the universities, the Erasmus+ programme provides funding for training measures for university teaching and administrative staff.

Further information are available at staffmobility.eu

Who is eligible?

university staff from various departments including

  • student advisory services
  • public relations departments
  • general and technical administration
  • library
  • technical departments
  • faculties

repeated funding is possible, first-time applicants have priority

What can be funded?

stays abroad for training measures such as

  • job shadowing
  • study visits
  • workshops
  • language courses

fore at least two days, funding is awarded for a maximum of five days

How is the stay funded?

  • unit costs for the journey, graded according to distance

    • up to 500km distance: € 180
    • up to 2000km distance: € 275
    • up to 3000km distance: € 360
    • up to 4000km distance: € 530
    • the distance is determined according to the Distance Calculator


  • unit costs for each day of the stay, graded according to host country

    • group 1 - € 180: Denmark, Finnland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, UK
    • group 2 - € 160: Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Spain, Cyprus 
    • group 3 - € 140: Bulgaria, Estonia, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Republic of Macedonia, Czech Republic, Turkey, Hungary

How do I apply?

  • contact us!
  • hand in your statement of interest together with a supporting letter of your head of department
  • once funding is confirmed, please submit teh programme documents
  • please remember to hand in a travel authorisation request
  • ask someone at the host university to sign the Confirmation of Stay
  • upon return, hand in the confirmation ans report to the International Center
  • an online report will be asked for automatically

For Academic Staff

Staff Mobility for Teaching (STA)

Erasmus+ supports guest lectureships at European partner universities. During their stay, guest lecturers shall strengthen the European dimension of the host university, complement the courses offered and pass on their expertise.

During such a stay, the development of joint study programmes of the partner universities as well as an exchange of teaching contents should also play a role.

If teaching and training are combined, the mandatory teaching assignment is reduced from 8 to 4 hours.

Who is eligible?

  • professors as well as lecturers who have a contractual relationship with the EUF
  • lecturers who do not receive a remuneration
  • lecturers working on a contractual basis
  • emeritus professors as well as retired teachers
  • research assistants

What can be funded?

A stay as a guest lecturer, teaching at least eight hours per stay or per week respectively. The length of the stay has to be at least two days.

How is the stay funded?

  • unit costs for the journey, graded according to distance

    • up to 500km distance: € 180
    • up to 2000km distance: € 275
    • up to 3000km distance: € 360
    • up to 4000km distance: € 530
    • the distance is determined according to the Distance Calculator


  • unit costs for each day of the stay, graded according to host country

    • group 1 - € 180: Denmark, Finnland, Ireland, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, UK
    • group 2 - € 160: Belgium, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Austria, Portugal, Spain, Cyprus 
    • group 3 - € 140: Bulgaria, Estonia, Croatia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Republic of Macedonia, Czech Republic, Turkey, Hungary

How do I apply?

  • contact us!
  • hand in your statement of interest together with a supporting letter of your head of department
  • once funding is confirmed, please submit teh programme documents
  • please remember to hand in a travel authorisation request
  • ask someone at the host university to sign the Confirmation of Stay
  • upon return, hand in the confirmation ans report to the International Center
  • an online report will be asked for automatically

Contact

Erasmus Institutional Coordinator / Erasmus+ Expert of the NA (DAAD)

Ulrike Bischoff-Parker

Ulrike Bischoff-Parker (M.A.)

Phone
+49 461 805 2774
E-mail
bischoff-PleaseRemoveIncludingDashes-@uni-flensburg.de
Building
Gebäude Helsinki
Room
HEL 032
Street
Auf dem Campus 1a
Post code / City
24943 Flensburg

Coordinator University Cooperations Europe

Anna K. Hardt

Anna Katharina Hardt

Phone
+49 461 805 2021
E-mail
anna.hardt-PleaseRemoveIncludingDashes-@uni-flensburg.de
Building
Gebäude Helsinki
Room
HEL 030
Street
Auf dem Campus 1a
Post code / City
24943 Flensburg

Downloads

English

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stt-draft-ma.pdf ReadSpeaker docReader 10/23/2018 382 KB (PDF)
stt-draft-cos.pdf ReadSpeaker docReader 10/23/2018 391 KB (PDF)
sta-draft-ma.pdf ReadSpeaker docReader 10/23/2018 386 KB (PDF)
sms-draft-la.pdf ReadSpeaker docReader 10/23/2018 868 KB (PDF)
sms-draft-ga.pdf ReadSpeaker docReader 10/23/2018 783 KB (PDF)
smp-draft-la.pdf ReadSpeaker docReader 10/23/2018 857 KB (PDF)
smp-draft-ga.pdf ReadSpeaker docReader 10/23/2018 663 KB (PDF)
erasmus-student-charta.pdf ReadSpeaker docReader 07/06/2016 869 KB (PDF)

German

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stt-muster-ma.pdf ReadSpeaker docReader 10/22/2018 413 KB (PDF)
sta-muster-ma.pdf ReadSpeaker docReader 10/22/2018 420 KB (PDF)
st-muster-cos.pdf ReadSpeaker docReader 10/22/2018 393 KB (PDF)
st-interessensbekundung.pdf ReadSpeaker docReader 10/22/2018 317 KB (PDF)
sms-muster-ga.pdf ReadSpeaker docReader 10/22/2018 685 KB (PDF)
smp-muster-la.pdf ReadSpeaker docReader 10/22/2018 884 KB (PDF)
smp-muster-la.pdf ReadSpeaker docReader 10/22/2018 884 KB (PDF)
smp-muster-ga.pdf ReadSpeaker docReader 10/22/2018 686 KB (PDF)
18-20-erasmus-charta-fuer-studierende-de.pdf ReadSpeaker docReader 10/22/2018 942 KB (PDF)