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Erasmus+, the educational programme of the European Union and fosters mobility and transnational cooperation. Students may spend between 3 and 12 months of their studies at a European partner university and get an Erasmus+ scholarship from the EU.
BOKU partner universities can be found in our Mobility Online database and on this map (Please do NOT use Internet Explorer to open Mobility Online or the map but use a different browser instead; further partner institutions can be found here: Ceepus Networks and here: Joint Study Partners).
Comment UK: The agreements with UK are uncertain after Sep. 2021 due to Brexit. You can still apply for an Erasmus+ semester in the UK, however, we cannot guarantee a spot there. If you would like to apply for a British university, please indicate two further universities of your second and third choice in your application, in case mobilities will not be possible in the UK in the academic year 2021/22.
Erasmus+ can offer you an interesting, exciting and joyful semester/year at one of our partner universities abroad. Abroad you will meet people from various countries speaking a variety of languages, studying and living together. Learning more about other cultures is a life-changing experience and offers ample opportunity for professional and personal growth.
We are happy to accompany you before, during, and after your time abroad and we will try our best to make your stay abroad as comfortable as possible. Your exchange coordinator at the BOKU-International Relations as well as the coordinators at our partner universities will be happy to help you organise your stay abroad
Our info event "International Days" / "ZOOM IN.ternational Days" (due to Corona in 2020) takes place each semester - here one can find the video, which helps to establish an overview and also many students have their say.
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