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Erasmus for Exeter students

The Erasmus programme is a European Commission funded programme designed to support the European activities of higher education institutions, including the mobility and exchange of students.  Over 1.5 million students in Europe have participated in the programme since its inception in 1987, receiving funding to enable them to spend a period of time studying or working abroad.  Students can read about the Erasmus experience from the student perspective on the British Council website.

Places at each institution are limited and there may not be places available at all partner universities every year.  Places are therefore allocated on a competitive basis, your academic achievements being the key deciding criterion.  You will be asked to select a number of institutions from those available for your degree programme.  It is important to be aware that we cannot guarantee you a place at your preferred international partner institution, but we will make every effort to place you at one of your choices.

If you have a disability of any sort, including dyslexia or special learning needs, please inform us as we may be able to apply for additional funding.

Erasmus promotes mobility amongst students in the European Union. Under the scheme students have 3 options:

You can view a copy of the University of Exeter Erasmus Extended University Charter here and the related 2007 Erasmus Policy Statement here.

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