Dr. Andrea Wolffram
With the mobility program ERASMUS+ "EuRopean Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students", the European Union promotes the intra-European mobility of students. ERASMUS+ is primarily based on bilateral agreements between European partner universities.
The ERASMUS Coordination of the International Office as well as the Institute of Sociology and the colleagues at the respective partner university will help you to plan your studies abroad with the help of a so-called "Learning Agreement". They are available as your contact persons for all questions or problems concerning your studies abroad. After your stay at one of our partner universities, you will receive a Transcript of Records so that your grades from abroad can be recognized by the Faculty Examination Board.
In addition to the intensive relationship of trust between the ERASMUS partner universities, the elimination of tuition fees at the partner universities, the mobility grant and the facilitated recognition of academic achievements are major advantages of this exchange program.
Interested? Then you can find information on the application process here.
For information on the partner universities of the Institute of Sociology and study-related questions, the study abroad advisor of the Institute of Sociology is also available.
Erasmus+ Partner Universities of the Institute of Sociology:
Sapienza University Rome, Italy
University Pablo Olavide Seville, Spain
University Klagenfurt, Austria
South-West University Neofit Rilski, Bulgaria