Erasmus as the world's most famous mobility programme concerns all members of the HHU! It not only supports stays abroad for students, but also for lecturers and employees of the HHU. Further information on the various funding opportunities can be found in the right-hand column.
Erasmus+ replaced the EU education programme ERASMUS / Life-long Learning Programme (LLP) (2007 - 2013) in June 2014. Among others, the programme has been supporting projects of individual study programmes with non-European countries since 2015 (KA 107). And in 2021 the next Erasmus generation will begin with a focus on digital and blended mobility.
The HHU cooperates with about 250 partners in 32 European countries as well as Israel, Japan, Georgia and Armenia. You can find the individual subject partnerships on our map of Erasmus partner universities or in the PDF list of Erasmus partner universities sorted by country.
The "Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2014 - 2020" (ECHE) of the Heinrich Heine University and also the Erasmus Declaration on Higher Education Policy of the HHU can be found in the download list. Further information on the Erasmus programme can also be found there.
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