We welcome incoming students from our partner institutions under the Erasmus+ programme and International Exchange. These pages will help you to apply for a study placement with us. We look forward to meeting you!
To apply for Erasmus+ study with us, an active exchange agreement with your home institution must be in place prior to your application. Please see a list of our current partner institutions.
If we do not currently have an Erasmus+ exchange agreement with your home institution, you may be able to apply as a fee-paying student on the Study Abroad programme.
We unfortunately do not currently offer internships or Erasmus+ traineeships for incoming students.
How to apply
Contact your home institution for details of how to apply for an Erasmus+, or International Exchange.
Your home institution will nominate you for a place and send your details to us. This is usually around February to March in the year prior to starting at DMU. Once you have been nominated we will email you the full application process including module information.
Student application deadline for semester one and year-long exchange is Monday 1 May 2017
We cannot accept students for semester two only.
Incomplete applications will be withdrawn after the deadline.
All modules are delivered in English. Applicants should be at 6.0 IELTS standard Arts, Design and Technology subjects and 6.5 for Business and Law, Social Sciences and Humanities subjects. We require a proof of any qualification demonstrating a minimum of level B2 according to the Common European Framework.
In the absence of the above requirements, participants will be asked to send us their supervisor statement indicating participant English language proficiency according to the Common European Framework. Please note students requiring a visa for a full year study at DMU will need to show formal language qualifications. A list of the approved language tests will be sent to students at application stage.
Non-EU/EEA students who will be applying for a Tier 4 visa in order to enter the UK will have to provide proof of their English language proficiency to UK Visas and Immigration (UKVI) as part of the process. For further information, see the UKVI website.
We offer free English language support while you are studying – two hours per week for undergraduate and research students, and three hours per week for postgraduate students. Classes are usually optional, but we may ask you to attend if we feel you would benefit.
Module choice options and forms
- Please choose modules from your own subject area only
- Level 5 means year 2, Level 6 means year 3
- Product Design and Interior Design have a fixed programme with no optional modules
- Choose 60 DMU credits per semester = 30 ECTS
- Dance and Performing Arts modules may change this year
Faculty of Health and Life Sciences
|Module information Please use below 'Module choices form' to note your choices down. Please send this to us as part of your application via Zend.|
|Module choices form
| HLS Modules 201718
Applications for the following programmes will also be required to submit a portfolio. You may wish to start preparing and collating your portfolio items at the earliest opportunity. Nominated students will be instructed on how to submit, after 3rd April 2017.