Erasmus

 

ERASMUS officer of the Faculty for Educational Sciences: Mag. Mag. Astrid Engl, MPS 

Where do you want to go? 

The first step of an Erasmus stay abroad is deciding where you can and want to go. Students in Pedagogical and Educational Science can visit the following universities:

When do you want to go? 

Planning an Erasmus stay abroad takes a little time, so you should start at least six months, and preferably a year, in advance. In addition to the studies, accommodation, travel, and possible languages/language examinations need to be organised. Thus, it is not possible right at the start of your studies.

Going at the end of your studies is also not that simple because the right courses are not always available at the other university.

So: Start planning early, don’t go too late in your studies (3rd-5th semester).

 

Application deadlines

For the respective winter semester/whole year: 1 April

For the respective summer semester: 1 September

What is the application process for ERASMUS stays abroad? 

You can find detailed information on the site of the International Relations Office.

The current application documents for ERASMUS are also available for download from this website.

At each of our partner universities, the number of places is limited. If you are planning an ERASMUS year or semester, you should start organising it early. Applications are made in two steps: Once you have decided on a place, fill out the Declaration of Interest form and submit it to Mag. Mag. Astrid Engl, MPS. If she is not present in person, leave the documents in her mailbox and inform the coordinator by e-mail (Astrid.Engl@uibk.ac.at).

Interested students are nominated according to the number of places and the number of applications. Once you know that you have been nominated for an ERASMUS stay abroad, you can start filling out the actual ERASMUS application forms (see website above). Before you hand these in in person at the International Relations Office, have the application checked and signed by the ERASMUS officer.

 

Testimonials

On this website, you can read some reports from students who have studied abroad.


When do you want to go?  

Planning an Erasmus stay abroad takes a little time, so you should start at least six months, and preferably a year, in advance. In addition to the studies, accommodation, travel, and possible languages/language examinations need to be organised. Thus, it is not possible right at the start of your studies.

Going at the end of your studies is also not that simple because the right courses are not always available at the other university.

So: Start planning early, don’t go too late in your studies (3rd-5th semester).

 

Application deadlines

For the respective winter semester/whole year: 1 April

For the respective summer semester: 1 September


 

What is the application process for ERASMUS stays abroad?  

You can find detailed information here:

https://www.uibk.ac.at/international-relations/erasmus/outgoing/ 

The current application documents for ERASMUS are also available for download from this website.

At each of our partner universities, the number of places is limited. If you are planning an ERASMUS year or semester, you should start organising it early. Applications are made in two steps: Once you have decided on a place, fill out the Declaration of Interest form and submit it to Mag. Mag. Astrid Engl, MPS. If she is not present in person, leave the documents in her mailbox and inform the coordinator by e-mail (Astrid.Engl@uibk.ac.at).

Interested students are nominated according to the number of places and the number of applications. Once you know that you have been nominated for an ERASMUS stay abroad, you can start filling out the actual ERASMUS application forms (see website above). Before you hand these in in person at the International Relations Office, have the application checked and signed by the ERASMUS officer.

Testimonials

Here you can read some reports from students who have studied abroad.

 

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