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Erasmus+ Student Mobility & Swiss European Mobility Programme (SEMP)

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We offer regular consulation hours for students.

Erasmus+ student mobility Study abroad - gain international experience

Students can use Erasmus+ to study at a European university in another participating country after completing their first year of study, in order to expand their social and cultural skills and improve their career prospects. In the process, they get to know the academic system of a foreign university as well as its teaching and learning methods. Having studied one or two semesters in a European country abroad is also a plus for your personal resume and for your chances on the job market in Germany and Europe.
Students of Freie Universität Berlin have access to Erasmus places for study abroad at more than 300 partner universities in approximately 30 European countries. All departments participate in the Erasmus+ program without exception.

Erasmus students enjoy the following benefits:

  • Exemption from tuition fees at the host university
  • Financial support through a mobility grant for the duration of the study abroad
  • Support in the preparation and organization of the stay by the home university as well as the host university abroad. This includes cultural, linguistic and organizational aid.
  • Academic recognition of study achievement abroad through the Learning Agreement and the ECTS points system.
  • Special grants for single-parents completing a semester abroad.
  • Special grants for students with disabilities

The obligations and rights of students in the Erasmus+ program are regulated in the Erasmus Student Charter.


Further information about studying with Erasmus+

  1. Requirements
  2. Student Exchange Opportunities
  3. Application
    A direct overview of the application deadlines and documents, the responsible Erasmus coordinators as well as links to the Erasmus pages of the institutes and departments can be found here.

  4. Submission of documents/ Mobility grant
  5. All documents ready for download
  6. Preparation for the stay abroad
  7. Recognition of study abroad achievements within the Erasmus+ program
  8. FAQs

Contact Person

Erasmus Team Outgoings
Ms. Stefanie Erthner & Ms. Nicole Putbrese
Department of International Affairs
Student Mobility Unit
Student Service Center (SSC)
Iltisstr. 4 (Dahlem Dorf Subway Station)
14195 Berlin

Phone: +49 (0)30 838-73401
Mail: outgoing-erasmus@fu-berlin.de

Consultation hours for students

Consultation hours at the Student Services Center
Tuesday 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Telephone consultation hours
Tuesday 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. and 2.00 p.m. - 5.00 p.m.
Thursday 2.00 p.m. - 5.00 p.m.

Last consultation hour in presence/by telephone in 2022: Tuesday 20 Dec. 2022
First consultation hour in presence/by telephone in 2023: Tuesday 10 Jan. 2023
Information about the consultation hours on site

In the SSC, visitors are still required to wear a FFP2 mask.

FU Berlin wants to make sure that the summer semester can take place on campus and in person, which means we want to ask you to continue to be vigilant about health and safety measures. For example, we encourage you to go above and beyond in some cases and observe voluntary precautions, like getting tested, using the Corona-Warn-App, or following the 3G rule.      

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.

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