Aurora Exchange Programme

Would you like to spend an exchange semester in another European country in the next academic year but have been hesitant to apply until now? As part of the Aurora Exchange Programme, there are still a few remaining spots at Aurora partner universities for last-minute applicants.

Course offer

Students from all study programmes - with some subject-specific exceptions - can apply for the exchange places, provided that their subject area is offered at the respective university of choice. Please inform yourself independently about the courses offered at the Aurora university of your choice. Useful information can also be found in the webinar series  "Learn About Your Study Abroad Destination".

An exchange semester is not possible unfortunately. You can apply for participation in Aurora courses in the framework of the Summer University of Copenhagen Business School however. Further information will be published as soon as it becomes available.

  • Field of study: all subjects (except medicine), teaching fields only possible with short-term mobility
  • Period of study: Bachelor, Master
  • Duration of stay: 1 semester
  • Language skills: B1 French ; B1 to B2 for English speaking classes with specific requirements.

More information to be found on the  website of the Université Paris-Est Créteil Val de Marne

  • Field of study: all subjects (except medicine)
  • Period of study: Bachelor, Master
  • Duration of stay: 1 or 2 semesters
  • Language skills: good command of German 

More information to be found on the  website of the University Duisburg-Essen.

  • Field of study: all subjects (except medicine)
  • Period of study: Bachelor, Master
  • Duration of study: 1 semester
  • Language skills: English B2

More information to be found on the  website of the University of Iceland.

  • Field of study: all subjects (except medicine)
  • Period of study: Bachelor, Master
  • Duration of stay: 1 semester
  • Language skills: English B1 or Italian B1

More information to be found on the  website of Universita degli Studi di Napoli Federico II.

  • ATTENTION: Only a few remaining spots available!
  • Field of study: all subjects (except medicine)
  • Period of study: Bachelor, Master
  • Duration of stay: 1 semester
  • Language skills: English C1 (TOEFL or IELTS test required for MA-level courses [cf. Following Master's courses and English language requirements]), Dutch C1 (for attending courses in Dutch)

More information to be found on the  website of Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

  • Field of study: all subjects (except medicine)
  • Period of study: Bachelor, Master
  • Duration of stay: 1 semester
  • Language skills: Catalan B2 or Spanish B1 or English B1

More information to be found on the  website of Universitat Rovira i Virgili.

  • Field of study: Aurora Pilot Domains
  • Period of study: Bachelor, Master
  • Duration of stay: 1 semester
  • Language skills: English B2

More information to be found on the  website of Univerzita Palackeho v Olomouci.

Scholarship

A spot in the Aurora Exchange Programme comes with a tuition waiver and a monthly stipend equal to the scholarship rates under the Erasmus+ programme. An aliquot payback of the scholarship is required in case of falling short of 15 ECTS credits per semester during your semester abroad. As part of the transition to the new Aurora Alliance Erasmus+ funding phase, the funding guidelines are currently being revised. The previous documents and rates expired on 31.10.2023. If you have any questions, please contact Aurora Mobility

Application process

Application period
01.02. – 31.03. for stays in the upcoming winter term or whole academic year
01.07. – 31.08. for stays in the upcoming summer term
 

  1. You apply within the application period via LFU:online under "My mobilities" by submitting all application documents (see checklist)

  2. After the application deadline, the selection will be made on the basis of the submitted application documents

  3. You will receive an acceptance or rejection via the LFU:online system. If you are accepted, you need to officially accept the nomination via the system.

  4. Once you have accepted your spot, the International Office will inform the partner university that you have been selected.
  5. You will receive further information from the partner university about their internal application process after the accepted nomination. The final decision on admission rests with the respective host institution.
  6. Let us know immediately when you have received the admission letter from the partner university. We will then send you the scholarship documents, which you must return to us within the deadline. We will also inform you which further documents (e.g. learning agreement, confirmation of stay) are required.

 Further information on the application process is available upon request from   Aurora Mobility

Checklist for your application

If you have any questions regarding the processing of the scholarships, please contact   Aurora Mobility.

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