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Erasmus+

The European ERASMUS program promoting study abroad was named after the Dutch scholar Erasmus of Rotterdam.

The European ERASMUS program promoting study abroad was named after the Dutch scholar Erasmus of Rotterdam.
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The Erasmus+ Programme at Freie Universität Berlin

Erasmus+ is part of the European Commission's action programme in the field of education, youth, and sports. It is a European success story and comprises a wide range of measures designed to support the European activities of higher education institutions.


There are Erasmus+ programme components for different target groups:

Students

Studies:

Internship:

Teaching

Administrative staff / employees

Erasmus+ Cooperation of Freie Universität

If you wish to have an overview of all the Erasmus+ options at Freie Universität Berlin

More detailed information on various important topics (application deadlines, application requirements, detailed information on exchange places, recognition of academic achievements) can be found on the Erasmus pages of the departments or on the central page on Erasmus+ worldwide.

The development of the Erasmus figures of Freie Universität Berlin in Europe can be seen in the Erasmus Annual Report 2018/19 (in German only).

Information and Documents for Erasmus+ Departmental Coordinators (in German only):

Erasmus+ OS funds

Erasmus+ OS funds are used to support the implementation of the Erasmus+ programme and can be applied for on an ongoing basis

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.