ERASMUS+ is the European Union's programme for education, youth and sport. It supports the objectives of European education agendas, promotes the modernisation, internationalisation and quality improvement of higher education in Europe, enhances the attractiveness of the EU as a place to study and research, and contributes to the sustainable development of higher education in third countries.
Three Key Actions in Higher Education:
Cross-cutting themes of the new programme generation:
The BTU has been actively involved in ERASMUS+ and its predecessor programmes for more than 20 years. Currently, the BTU maintains ERASMUS+ cooperations with more than 180 universities in European and non-European countries.
With the start of the new programme generation in 2021, ERASMUS+ applications and cooperations will be possible in all three key actions. The IRO regularly informs about the call dates and modalities.
Key Action 1 – Learning Mobility of Individuals
Applications are submitted centrally each year via the IRO.
Within the framework of the programme, students, lecturers and university staff can be supported during stays abroad at partner institutions with the following offers:
- Study abroad for students (SMS)
- Internships abroad for students (SMP)
- Mobility of lecturers (STA)
- Mobility of university staff (STT)
The new ERASMUS Charter for Higher Education 2021-2027, awarded to the BTU in 2021, can be found here. This is awarded to the institutions based, among other things, on their European Policy Statement, which can be found here.
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