The Erasmus+ programme is a great way for you to study for a semester as part of your degree course at one of our partner universities across Europe.
All of the modules included in the programme are taught and assessed in English. The credits you gain at our partner universities will be recognised towards your Anglia Ruskin degree and your grades will be converted.
The Erasmus programme is designed to encourage you to experience studying in another country. You can receive a grant to offset some of the costs involved, such as travel expenses and the higher cost of living in another country. The grant is intended to be a contribution towards the additional costs of studying abroad and will not cover all expenses.
For more information about current arrangements and future access to the Erasmus programme following the EU referendum, please visit gov.uk.
Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Ireland, Italy, Lichtenstein, Norway, Sweden
The maximum student grants per month, specified by the Commission, are shown in the table above.
** A supplementary grant is available for students from a disadvantaged background. Eligible students are defined as disadvantaged by the relevant regional and national authorities. For Home/EU students this is defined as having an annual household income of £25,000 or less. International Students are entitled to the supplementary grant based on the same principles as the £25,000 threshold. If you receive extra payments based on your national or regional criteria for disadvantage students and can provide evidence of this you can receive the widening participation grant.
Visit Erasmus+ grants for more information.
The application deadline for the Erasmus programme is 31 January 2018 (ALSS and LAIBS)
Making your application
If you're interested in taking part in the Erasmus+ programme, we suggest you discuss the choices and procedures with your department/faculty co-ordinator or the Erasmus co-ordinator in the International Office on our Cambridge campus. See 'Contact us' for more information.
You can visit the Erasmus website, or download one of the following guides: