Erasmus+ programme is the European Union’s programme for education, training, youth and sport. It aims to equip European citizens with the education, skills and creativity that they need in a knowledge-based society. It helps to organise student exchanges within Erasmus+ Programme countries and to and from Partner countries.
Your study period abroad can last from a minimum of 3 months (or 1 academic term or trimester) to a maximum of 12 months. If you are granted a scholarship through the Erasmus programme, you must contact the local international office at your institution in the application period to receive information about the documents you have to submit. Generally, you will need your CV, a motivation letter and a signed Learning Agreement where you have to state the courses you are planning to take at the host university.
To study abroad with Erasmus+, you must be registered in a higher education institution and you need to be at least in the second year of your studies.
Your home institution and the receiving institution must have an inter-institutional agreement between them for you to study there with Erasmus+.
You can also combine your studies abroad with a traineeship to gain work experience while studying.
More information on the actual programme guide is available here: https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/erasmus-plus/resources/programme-guide_en.
How to apply?
First, contact your international or Erasmus+ office of your higher education institution.
Once your home University has nominated you to participate in Erasmus+ , you should complete the application, which consists of the following:
- Application form
- Learning Agreement for Studies or Learning Agreement for Traineeships
- Copy of the ID card or passport page with personal data
- Transcript of Records from your home University
- Certificate of your active student status
- CV in Europass format
If you need more information about the courses and subject we can offer, feel free to contact us: https://ejf.hu/en/international-relation-office
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