ERASMUS Exchange Program
The university program ERASMUS promotes the cross-border mobility of students and university assistant professors since 1987. The program has become a success story of the European Union already. It made possible a stay abroad at European partner universities for more than 1.7 million students and 100,000 assistant professors. The next phase of ERASMUS - the "Longlife Learning Program LLP 2007 - 2013" - also offers further education measures besides student and staff mobility. ERASMUS is now available to employees of the administration as well.
Students may apply for grants if they are enrolled in a study course which leads to a degree (including PhD) and have finished at least their first academic year.
At present, the area of electrical engineering of the faculty for Computer Science and Electrical Engineering is offering contacts to 28 European universities in the context of the ERASMUS program.
We remain at your disposal for any further questions concerning the ERASMUS exchange program. You may find the relevant application forms in the lower parts of this page.
Nomination Criteria for Students
Within the ERASMUS program, places are limited. Therefore, not every application can be granted. We prioritize students from our faculty. Places which are not occupied by our students can be passed on to students from other faculties, as long as the respective partner universities give their consent.
The following criteria are applied in addition to the general procedure outlined above:
- Academic success, qualification and study duration
- Language proficiency
- Motivation (academic and personal reasons for studying abroad)
- Social aspects