Faculty of Economics and Statistics – Student Mobility


As a student of one of the following study programmes

  • Bachelor's Programme: Management and Economics, with focus on Economics
  • Bachelor's Programme: Economy, Health and Sports Tourism
  • Master's Programme: Applied Economics
  • Master's Programme: Sustainable Regional and Destination Development
  • PhD Programme: Economics

you can study one Erasmus+ semester at one of our following partner universities:

Universität Bachelor  Master  students
per year
University of Dubrovnik no yes 2
University of Gothenburg no yes 2
University of National and World Economy yes yes 2
Solvay Brussels School of Economics & Management – Université libre de Bruxelles (ULB) no yes 2
Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) no yes 2
Universität Münster yes yes 2
Universität Mannheim yes no 2


You should start planning at least 1 year before your planned stay. Before applying, you should inform yourself in particular about the courses offered at the desired host university!
The participation requirements for Erasmus+ you can find here.

Nominations for both winter and summer semesters are made at the end of February by the Departmental Coordinator Herbert.Stocker@uibk.ac.at, who is also available to answer general questions.

To apply, please send a short letter of motivation written in English before 15 February of the respective year, stating the the semester and the university you would like to attend, as well as a current confirmation of your academic success to Herbert.Stocker@uibk.ac.at.
If not all places have been allocated by this date, you can also apply later.

After you have been nominated by your Departmental Coordinator, you can download the nomination documents from the pages of the International Relations Office
There you will also find the deadlines for submitting the documents to the International Relations Office (usually at the beginning of April for the following winter semester and at the beginning of September for the summer semester).

Online Learning Agreement (OLA)

After the nomination, the Online Learning Agreement (OLA) must be completed with the courses at the host university. It is compulsory to choose courses amounting to at least 30 ECTS per semester ("no loss of progress principle").

You must have the completed OLA confirmed and credited by the responsible study representative:

The International Relations Office will inform you about all further steps.

PhD and Master Partnership Agreements

Students of our PhD or Master programmes can apply for a semester at Virginia Tech (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University).

For more information, please contact Andrea.Leiter-Scheiring@uibk.ac.at.

Virginia Tech   Virginia Tech

In addition, you also have the possibility to apply for a program at university level, an overview can be found here


Further information:

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