Uni Augsburg Erasmus Learning Agreement

    The University of Augsburg has concluded cooperation agreements with more than 40 universities in Europe, Asia, South Africa, North America and Latin America. Particularly close partnerships exist with the following 4 higher education institutions: in principle, extensions are only possible during the same year of study (i.e. from the winter semester to the summer semester). We advise you to study abroad for one year during the winter semester following the fourth or sixth semester. Students wishing to complete their studies in France with the French diploma “Master 1” (formerly “Master”) must have studied at least six semesters in Germany. The master`s degree in France lasts one year. Please note here the additional conditions established by the relevant French partner university. For more information on this, consult the Erasmus office, where you can also consult the testimonials of former Erasmus students who have obtained a Master 1 in France in France. .

    If you wish to initiate foreign courses to your studies in Augsburg, you must agree on course and recognition opportunities with your department before staying abroad and conclude a recognition agreement (VA). * Please note that after Switzerland`s vote on 9 February 2014, the EU has suspended for the time being the ongoing negotiations on Switzerland`s participation in the Erasmus+ programme. Student exchanges with partner universities continue within the framework of the new “Swiss-European Mobility Programme (SEMP)” with bilateral exchange agreements. Scholarships for students are covered by Switzerland. For more information on funding opportunities, visit the website of the selected university. The University of Augsburg maintains partnerships with the Universities of Pittsburgh (USA), Osijek (Croatia) and Iaşi (Romania) and the Far Eastern State University of Humanities in Khabarovsk (Russia). It has concluded cooperation agreements with more than forty universities in Europe, Asia, South Africa, North America and Latin America. The number of ERASMUS exchange programmes also continues to increase.

    There are currently exchange programmes with more than 130 universities throughout Europe. The CEU has signed Erasmus+ Partnership Agreements for the academic years 2020-2021 with the following institutions: in order for universities to participate in the different ERASMUS+ activities, they must be rewarded by the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2014-2021 and sign bilateral agreements with partner institutions. The Charter defines the fundamental principles that the institutions must respect, while the bilateral agreements govern the specificities of the various institutional cooperations. To do this, fill in the template of the host university and send the document to weltweit.outgoing@aaa.uni-augsburg.de so that it can be signed….