Welcome to the Erasmus+ Info Page of Constructor University
What is Erasmus+?
“ERASMUS+” – the EuRopean Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students – is a project for the enhancement of academic exchange within the European Union (EU). “ERASMUS+” fosters the exchange of students of all degree cycles, faculty, and staff. The 27 EU member states as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Turkey are part of the “ERASMUS+” program.
You can find more information on the website of the European Commission:
Erasmus Plus Programme.
The European Commission has awarded Constructor University with the Erasmus University Charta for the duration of the program (2021-2027) in accordance with its European Policy Statement. Constructor University's Erasmus+ institutional code is D BREMEN09.
Outgoing Students, Faculty and Staff
Every student enrolled at Constructor University is eligible to apply to take part in the “ERASMUS+ KA103” program whether it is an internship or a study abroad semester throughout the EU. Application deadline is December 15th.
Within the framework of “ERASMUS+ KA103”, Constructor University’s faculty members and lecturers are eligible to apply to get support in short-term teaching projects at partner institutions throughout the EU. Applications are accepted on rolling basis.
In addition, “ERASMUS+ KA103” supports Constructor University’s staff members in pursuing self-organized trainings at European higher education institutions or in European business enterprises working in the field of lifelong learning. The program supports especially the administrative and technical personnel. Applications are accepted on rolling basis.
“ERASMUS+ KA103” programs for outgoing faculty, students, and staff run by Constructor International Office are based on subject-specific agreements between Constructor University and its Erasmus partner universities. Free applications without connection to these agreements are not possible.
Please check our handbook for details on application steps, deadlines, funding rates, and regulations: Outgoing Erasmus Handbook
Incoming Students, Faculty, and Staff
Constructor University hosts on regular basis students, faculty, and staff from universities that are members of the Erasmus higher education network.
All “ERASMUS+ KA103” programs for incoming students and faculty are based on subject-specific agreements between Constructor University and its Erasmus partner universities. Free applications without connection to these agreements are not possible.
Applications for “ERASMUS+ KA103” internship at Constructor University are only possible after the approval from respective faculty or head of appropriate department at Constructor University. Please make sure you secure such approval before approaching Constructor International Office with official paperwork.
Explore Europe with Erasmus+!