Erasmus+ mobility between programme countries
Erasmus+ is the EU programme to support education, training, youth development and sport. It provides opportunities to study, undergo traineeship or apprenticeship abroad as well as exchange employees in all areas of education, training, youth and sport. This programme is open to school and university students, learners in vocational education, adult learners, people involved in youth exchange, youth workers and sports trainers.
Here you can find information on one of the Erasmus+ subactivities, i.e. Erasmus+ mobility in higher education between European programme countries where institutions of higher education from the following countries can participate: Estonia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Spain, Netherlands, Croatia, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Lithuania, Liechtenstein, Luxemburg, Latvia, Malta, Norway, Poland, Portugal, France, Republic of North-Macedonia, Sweden, Romania, Germany, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Finland, Denmark, Czech Republic, Turkey, Hungary.
Erasmus+ mobility between European programme countries enables participants to:
- Become exchange students at UT's partner universities;
- Undergo a traineeship/internship;
- Teach at a partner university and/or undergo training (for teaching and administrative staff; information available on the UT Intranet).
The University of Tartu's academic departments have over 1000 partnership agreements with more than 500 higher education instutitons across Europe to promote the free exchange of students and instructors. Each faculty/institute has its own Erasmus coordinators.
The University of Tartu's participation in the Erasmus+ programme is governed by the following documents:
Photos: Karina Titova, Sweden 2019
For more information:
- The European Commision's Erasmus+ info portal.