PLUS Welcome Guide for Exchange Students

The Department of International Relations at PLUS is pleased to publish its new Welcome Guide for Exchange Students.
The guide is designed for students who would like to study for one semester of one year as exchange student within the framework of an exchange agreement.

Find here the new PLUS Welcome Guide


Stay abroad in the United Kingdom:
Post-Brexit

Erasmus+

Due to contractual provisions between the European Commission and the UK, the following currently applies to the PLUS and its outgoing students: An Erasmus exchange with all currently existing partnerships in the UK is possible until May 31st 2023. The minimum duration of an Erasmus stay for study purpose is 3 months or for an internship 2 months. Erasmus funding in this frame will only be possible with regard to the available budget. The deadline for applications for an Erasmus scholarship for studies or internship in the UK during the whole academic year 2022/23 is June 15th 2022 – until further notice. Therefore, please also submit any applications for the summer semester 2023 by this deadline.

A planned Erasmus stay in the UK beyond May 31st 2023 might be possible (after consultation with the respective partner institution), but will no longer be funded within this programme. Funding programmes and opportunities beyond this are currently the subject of negotiations.

Information on travel to/from the United Kingdom after 01.01.2021

As of 1 January 2021, a new agreement applies to relations between the United Kingdom and the European Union. In this context, the Department of International Relations has prepared the following document:

This contains:

  • the most important information on changes regarding the entry or stay of British citizens in Austria
  • links for planning a study or research stay in the UK
  • the UK Government’s plan for the UK’s association with Horizon Europe.

That document refers to official sources (websites) on updates and implications of the new post-Brexit trade agreement. Comments, suggestions for additions and feedback are welcome: