Erasmus+ is the European Union’s educational exchange programme designed to encourage student and staff mobility within Europe. It aims to boost skills, employability and support the modernisation of education for students and staff.
DMU is a beneficiary of Key Action 1 (KA103) funding: Learning Mobility of Individuals from the European Commission, which allows us to provide generous financial grants to all students and staff taking part in the following approved mobility opportunities in Europe:
- Student Mobility – students have the opportunity to study or work abroad for a year in Europe as part of their degree as part, and can find more information about current opportunities on the DMU Global website.
- Staff Mobility – academic and professional services staff can teach or train abroad to develop new collaborations, professional skills and networks, and can find more information about current opportunities on DMUconnect.
Currently, DMU cooperates with over 40 universities in Europe to facilitate study placements, and our students also complete work placements across of a range of participating countries which include:
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Turkey, UK.
To learn more about our commitment to the Erasmus+ programme you can read our Erasmus Policy Statement and Erasmus+ Charter for Higher Education 2014-20.
At present the UK is currently a Programme Country of the Erasmus+ programme. UK institutions’ access to the Erasmus+ programme will be decided through the UK government’s future negotiations with the EU. If this changes in the future then we will provide further information on our website and communicate with those potentially impacted. More information can be found on our Erasmus+ Brexit Guidance webpage.
UK Erasmus+ website
European Commission Erasmus+ website