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What the Erasmus program has to offer:

  • A scholarship for one or two semesters

  • Funding inbetween 300€ and 420€ per year depending on which country you want to study in

  • Most of the partner universities offer lodging in halls of residence

  • You will receive credits for your international study achievement

  A selection of 11 partner universities in eight different countries

  • Finland                                                

Language of instruction: English
University of Turku
Places: 4 per Academic Year

  • France     

Université de Caen Basse-Normandie
Places: 4 per Academic Year

Université Sorbonne Nouvelle Paris
Places: 6 per Academic Year

Université de Provence (Aix-Marseille I)
Places: 4 per Academic Year

  • Great Britain

University of York St John
Places: 4

  • Italy

Università degli Studi di Perugia
Places: 2 per Academic Year

  • Spain

Universidad de Cádiz
Places: 6 per Academic Year

Universidad de Oviedo
Places: 4 per Academic Year

  • Poland

Language of instruction: English
Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
Places: 6 per Academic Year

  • Czech Republic

Language of instruction: English
Charles University Prague
Places: 6 per Academic Year

  • Slovakia

Language of instruction: English / Slovak
Pavol Jozef Safarik University of Kosice
Places: 2 per Academic Year

How to apply for an Erasmus scholarship:

  • Start thinking about whether you want to study abroad at least one year in advance, i.e. at the start of your M.A. program. Have a look at possible partner universities you might want to go to.

  • After you have decided on your three favorite universities, fill out the application and hand it in before the end of the application deadline, which is usually in December.

The application form:

In order to apply, you are required to fill out the following forms, comprise them into one single PDF file, and send them to [Email protection active, please enable JavaScript.] before the end of the deadline:

  • The application form

  • A letter of motivation (including your motivation to study abroad, why you chose these 3 specific universities, your academic and non-academic qualifications, your previous experiences with foreign cultures and languages, etc.), preferably in English, should be about two to three pages long

  • Your CV

  • A recommendation letter (by any of your lecturers)

  • Your transcript of records


If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact one of our contact partners:

  • Coordinator: Dr. Imke Lichterfeld, erasmus.anglistik[at]

  • Learning Agreements: Dr. Nicole Meier, kustodin.anglistik[at]

  • Contact (Outgoing students & applicants): Jenny Meinert, erasmus.anglistik[at]


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