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ERASMUS+ Worldwide

Mobility with Partner Countries (International Credit Mobility)

The programme ERASMUS+ Mobility with Partner Countries opens the European ERASMUS+ Programme to the world. In this programme, individual credit mobility for student and staff integrates the Higher Education Institutions not only across Europe, but around the world.

Parallel to the classic ERASMUS+ Exchange programme within Europe (the "programme countries"), the focus is on the exchange of individual student and staff (incoming and outgoing). Participants receive a monthly grant as well as a lump sum for travel expenses.

The ERASMUS+ cooperation with non-European countries is based on the same principle as the partnerships with European countries. The cooperation is guaranteed by contracts with the non-European partner universities that have to be approved for being supported through the ERASMUS+ International Credit Mobility.

Since 2017 University of Freiburg is successfully participating in the ERASMUS+ Mobility Programme with partner universities worldwide.

Our Erasmus+ worldwide projects

Project 2020-2023: Kyrgyzstan, Iran and Tunisia

Project 2019-2022: Ghana, Kosovo and Russian Federation

Project 2018-2021: Egypt and Iran

Project 2017-2019: Kosovo and Russian Federation

Supported by the relevant departmental coordinators from the faculties, the EU Office gives advice on the different exchange possibilities and requirements based on many years of experience of international cooperation.

For more details on the partner universities and the mobility places available, please contact the departmental coordinators.

For more information on the ERASMUS+ programme please visit the website of the European Commission.