Erasmus+ with Partner Countries

The Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility programme supports studies at universities and traineeships at companies or institutions outside the European Union.

Selection and awarding of grants is done in close consultation between the participating department at PLUS and the Department of International Relations. The study places at worldwide Erasmus+ partner universities are primarily available to students of the participating departments. The participation of other students is possible in principle, but requires the approval of the coordinator at PLUS as well as the partner university.

Contact and advice:

Mag. Klaudia Streicher
Coordinator Erasmus+ worldwide
Department of International Relations

+43 (0)662 8044 2046

Grant:

Grant for PLUS students: 700 EUR per month (for study or traineeship) + travel allowance of 275-1500 EUR depending on the distance between Salzburg and the location of the partner institution.

The grant is paid in two installments: 70% before the start of the stay, 30% after the return.

Partner Universities:

In the academic year 2022/23, study places are available for PLUS students at the following partner universities. In addition, traineeship placements are possible in the listed countries:

Albania

University of Tirana
Coordinator: Franz Kok | Dept. of Political Science

European University of Tirana
Coordinator: Franz Kok | Dept. of Political Science

Australia

University of Melbourne
Coordinator: Deborah Holmes | Dept. of German Studies

Azerbaijan

ADA University
Coordinator: Franz Kok | Dept. of Political Science

Bosnia and Herzegovina

Sarajevo School of Science and Technology
Coordinator: Franz Kok | Dept. of Political Science

University of Sarajevo
Coordinator: Franz Kok | Dept. of Political Science

China

Beijing Dance Academy
Coordinator: Johanna Hörmann | Dept. of Musicology and Dance Science

Israel

University of Haifa
Coordinator: Kristin de Troyer | Dept. of Biblical Studies; Susanne Plietzsch | Centre for Jewish Cultural History

Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Coordinator: Johannes Brandl | Dept. of Philosophy KGW; Maria Dorninger | Dept. of German Studies; Susanne Plietzsch | Centre for Jewish Cultural History

Technion Israel Institute of Technology
Coordinator: Marian Vajtersic | Dept. of Informatik

Tel Aviv University
Coordinator: Marian Vajtersic | Dept. of Computer Science

Kosovo

University of Prishtina
Coordinator: Franz Kok | Dept. of Political Science

University for Business and Technology
Coordinator: Franz Kok | Dept. of Political Science

Lebanon

Notre Dame University-Louaize
Coordinator: Franz Kok | Dept. of Political Science

Montenegro

University of Montenegro
Coordinator: Franz Kok | Dept. of Political Science

University of Donja Gorica
Coordinator: Franz Kok | Dept. of Political Science

Morocco

Universite Mohammed Premier
Coordinator: Sabine Coelsh-Foisner | Dept. of English Studies

Tanzania

Jordan University College
Coordinator: Michael Zichy | Dept. of Philosophy KTH; Ulrike Greiner | School of Education

Ukraine

Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
Coordinator: Michael Schabus | Dept. of Psychology

USA

Texas Tech University
Coordinator: Tanja Angelovska | Dept. of English Studies; Dietmar Roehm | Dept. of Linguistics

Texas A&M International University
Coordinator: Tanja Angelovska | Dept. of English Studies; Dietmar Roehm | Dept. of Linguistics

 Six steps to a successful application

  • Select university (for study placement) or target country (for traineeship placement) from the list of partner universities.
  • Contact the coordinator..
  • Complete Application Documents and submit them to the contact person at the Department of International Relations. After selection by the coordinator (= nomination), the application documents are sent to the partner university.
  • Prepare a list of planned courses abroad (= Learning Agreement), have the Curricular Commission Chair of your department confirm the transfer of the credits.
  • Wait until the Admission Letter arrives. Forward the Admission Letter to the contact person at the Department of International Relations. You will then receive the Erasmus+ grant agreement.
  • After the official admission at the partner university: apply for a visa at the  foreign representation of the respective country; book accommodation at the campus of the partner university abroad; book your travel tickets.