ERASMUS+

The Erasmus+ Program for Education, Training, Youth, and Sport was launched in January 2014, and has replaced the Erasmus Program set up by the European Commission in 1987 to promote the mobility of students and lecturers in Europe, and continues to be a great success.

We hold various Erasmus+ co-operations all over Europe. Once you have decided in which semester you plan to go abroad and which university you would like to attend, please complete in the application form.

The application deadline is at the end of December for the following academic year (Winter and/or Summer Semester). Information sessions on the application process are held each year in October or November. Please refer to the presentation materials for more information.

Nomination of exchange students to go abroad is done in accordance with a “priority list,” as well as booking requests received up to a certain date, and is bound by certain criteria of eligibility:

  • students in Chemistry or Molecular Science  / students at the Department of Chemistry and Pharmacy  / students from related subjects
  • grades so far (for Master’s students, we review the final grade of your Bachelor’s degree, which must be at least 2,5 to participate)

We reserve the right to change the order of nomination to enable as many students as possible to gain international experience, and to support disadvantaged and underrepresented students.

 

Erasmus+ contact persons:

Chemistry / Molecular SciencePharmacyFood Chemistry

Chemistry / Molecular Science

As all ERASMUS+ contracts end with the summer term 2021 new contracts have to be negotiated, there might be a change in the partner universities from WS 2021/22!

Below you find the list with partner universities till SS 2021.

University of Nicosia ( Symbol flag GB B1 / Symbol Greece flag B1)

University of Wroclaw ( Symbol flag GB B1 / Symbol Polish flag B1)

Univerza v Ljubljani ( Symbol flag GB B2 / Symbol Slovenian flag B2)

Ege University/Izmir ( Symbol flag GB B1 / Symbol flag Turkey B1)

 

Pharmacy

Dr. Stefanie Károsi

Student Advisor Pharmacy

 

Food Chemistry

Dr. Wolfgang Utz

Akad. Direktor