ERASMUS+ can make it happen!

The ERASMUS+ Programme, is one of the world’s largest and well-known mobility programmes for study exchanges connecting over 3,000 universities in 33  European countries. Erasmus+ enables full-time students at the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg to partially complete their studies through 100 European partner universites with over 250 study placements.
Students can partcipate in ERASMUS+ one or more times during their every phase of their studies ( Bachelor, Master, PhD). The study stay is possible for at least 2 months long and at most 12 months.

Benefits of the ERASMUS+ exchange studies

  • Advice and Application at the BTU Cottbus- Senftenberg International Relations Office
  • Academic recognition of your study performance abroad according to the ERASMUS+ Learning Agreement
  • Exemption from the tuition fees of your host university
  • ERASMUS+ financial support
  • Combination physical/virtual study abroad (e.g., begin study 5 to 30 days on-site, continue virtually)
  • additional funding

How do I apply for ERASMUS+?

Apply now for a semester abroad in the academic year 2024/2025 (winter semester only / winter + summer semester (summer semester only)!

Application Deadlines:

Winter semester 2024/2025: Please apply as soon as possible. This is the second round of applications.

Summer semester 2025: 30 September 2024

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at luise.mueller(at)

Further information can be found in the information sheet on the application procedure below.

All information on the application procedure and the required documents can be found here. here.

The Learning Agreement can be found here.

Here is an example of how the learning agreement is to be completed.

The following link will take you to the application portal.

This is how the selection of applicants takes place at the BTU.

More Information about the Erasmus+ program can be found here.

Experience reports

Here you can find the experience reports (mainly in German) from students of the BTU Cottbus-Senftenberg.

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