About the Erasmus+ Programme for Student Mobility for Studies
Through the Erasmus+ programme, VUM welcomes every year incoming students for studies or placement who are full-time students at one of the more than 100 partner universities of VUM located in nearly 20 Programme Countries from the EU, Norway, and Turkey. The eligible duration of the Erasmus+ student mobility for studies at VUM varies between 3 and 12 months depending on the student’s previous Erasmus+ experience, if any, at the respective level of education. The eligible duration of the Erasmus+ student mobility for placement at VUM is between 2 and 12 months. The Erasmus+ programme ensures that the incoming students who spent their Erasmus+ mobility at VUM receive recognition of the ECTS obtained during their studies or placement according to the predefined Learning Agreement for Studies/Traineeship. Furthermore, they receive financial support from their home institutions based on fixed monthly grant provisions as well as free-of-charge education/training at VUM. In line with the Erasmus+ Student Charter, all incoming students at VUM are treated like local students.
Students of VUM Erasmus+ partner universities in the EU, Norway, and Turkey can apply for an Erasmus+ mobility for studies at VUM twice a year depending on the start of their mobility (at the beginning of the 1st or the 2nd semester). Students of VUM Erasmus+ partner universities in the EU, Norway, and Turkey could apply for student mobility for placement at VUM administrative departments throughout the year. A drop-down menu with VUM partner universities from which VUM could accept incoming students for both studies and placement could be found here.
VUM implements the Erasmus+ programme by fully acting in accordance with the Charter of Fundamental Rights of the European Union which prohibits any discrimination based on sex, race, ethnic or social origin, genetic features, language, religion or belief, political or any other opinion, membership of a national minority, property, birth, disability, age or sexual orientation.