The Erasmus programme is under way in all 28 EU Member States, as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey, but UACS must have an agreement with an institution for mobility to take place. UACS currently has agreements with the following universities, covering different disciplines. Learn more about our partners. The Erasmus programme is open to students and graduate students. If you are interested in studying in Europe, you must first check that your department is participating in the programme with our Erasmus university partners. Erasmus is open to most foreigners, but the possibilities depend on the agreements reached by your department and the sector in which you find yourself. A scholarship agreement covering the mobility period signed between the student and his sending institution; Apprenticeship agreements focus on the in-depth preparation of mobility, integrating all elements of education and learning skills for the student`s future recognition and language skills. The apprenticeship agreement should include all the learning gains that the student must obtain during the exchange. For other people who are planning to attend Erasmus or prepare for their semester abroad, I recommend you go to a country where you already know a little language or are interested in learning it. You will appreciate your Erasmus less if you are in a country where you hate the language and fear the idea of learning or speaking it. Not to mention that your daily life will be very simple with some parts of the language of the country.
But going to a country where you don`t speak a single word of language can be an adventure in itself. It all depends on your personality and your desire to be a little lost, as well as your personal vision of what your Erasmus should be. ECTS is a standard for comparing the level and performance of higher education students in the European Union and other cooperating European countries. ECTS points are awarded for successful studies. An academic year corresponds to 60 ECTS points, corresponding to 1500 to 1800 hours of study in all countries or standard type or qualification, used to facilitate transfer and progression throughout the European Union. Finding a place of residence should not be a problem as an Erasmus student, as the international department of the university usually helps you get a place in the dormitories. Most of my Erasmus friends were staying there. Depending on the location and size of your room, the price of residences is usually 200 to 300 euros per month, which is normal for Germany, but not if you consider that your Erasmus scholarship is about 430 euros per month.