With the academic year (SJ) 2021/22, a new generation of Erasmus+ programme will begin, which will bring some innovations and changes in the process. In addition to the currently possible application, digital registration via Mobility Online will be necessary. Further information will follow.
For applications in the academic year 2021/22, please use the documents provided for the AY 2020/21 and change the AY accordingly. The documents will be updated as soon as they are available.
Part 1: Erasmus+ Application from Salzburg to abroad: Part 1 – Application form
Part 2: Erasmus+ Application from Salzburg to abroad: Part 2 – Learning Agreement, Section A
Covid-19:Applicant’s Declaration for a Subsidised Stay Abroad
Make sure that the documents are complete and that all required signatures/departmental stamps are present!
Submission of documents:
by post: Department of International Relations, attn: Mariane Wonneberger, Kapitelgasse 4-6, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
Deadline for submission of application documents for summer term 2022: November 15th 2021
- General information for ERASMUS applicants
- Leaflet: Requirements for an Erasmus+ stay
- Guideline: Conditions for Erasmus+ stay abroad
- Erasmus+ Checklist for applicants
- Erasmus+/SEMP Placement List
For an Erasmus+ application please hand in the following documents fully completed and entirely signed / For an Erasmus+ application please hand in the following documents fully completed and entirely signed:
Part 1: Application Form and Nomination by Erasmus+ Coordinator
Part 2: Learning Agreement Section A – Vor Aufenthalt /Before Mobility
Covid-19: Applicant’s Declarationfor a Subsidised Stay Abroad
BEFORE the start of the stay:
- Erasmus+ Application from Salzburg to abroad: Part 1 – Application form
- Erasmus+ Application from Salzburg to abroad: Part 2 – Learning Agreement, Section A
- Declaration for a Subsidised Subsidy
- Applicant’s Declaration for a Subsidised Stay Abroad
- Accompanying Guide/Guideline – How to use Learning Agreement for Studies
- Curriculum Committee Chairperson at the University of Salzburg
- ECTS User’s Guide 2015
- ECTS Conversion Table
DURING / AFTER the start of the stay:
- Confirmation of Arrival/ Certification of Arrival
- Learning Agreement – Section B: Changes during the stay
- Application for Prolongation of current stay
- Confirmation of Stay/ Certification of Stay
- Learning Agreement: Section C – Recognition after the stay
- Recognition – Guide: Completing the application in PLUSonline/ How to get your recognition at PLUS done
- Study Abroad and Exchange – Univ. of Salzburg – Facebook group for incoming and outgoing students of PLUS Erasmus
- Alumni University of Salzburg
- Erasmus+ Student Network at PLUS
General application requirements:
Applicants must be regular students of the University of Salzburg and must have studied at least two semesters of the relevant field of study at the University of Salzburg at the beginning of the Erasmus study visit. Department-specific application requirements: please contact the Erasmus coordinator of your department. Leaflet of the OeAD Erasmus+ National Agency.
Destination countries for Erasmus+ stays
Belgium, Bulgaria, Denmark, Germany, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, Great Britain*, Ireland, Iceland, Italy, Croatia, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, FYR Macedonia, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Sweden, Serbia (since 1.1.2019), Slovakia, Spain, Czech Republic, Turkey, Hungary, Cyprus.
* Applications for the United Kingdom:
The United Kingdom left the EU on 31.01.2020 and is legally no longer a member of the European Union. However, the Withdrawal Agreement provides that the UK will participate in the Erasmus+ Programme in the 2020 application round without any changes.
Therefore, and due to the contractual provisions between the European Commission and the UK, the following applies to the PLUS and its UK Erasmus partners:
An Erasmus exchange with all currently existing partnerships in the UK is possible, provided that the stay is completed by 31 May 2023 at the latest. The minimum duration of stay of 3 months for an Erasmus stay for study purposes, which is required for an Erasmus scholarship, must be respected. The latest start of an Erasmus stay in the UK in the summer semester 2023 is therefore 01.03.2023 with an official end of the stay on 31.05.2023.
Should a planned stay in the UK extend beyond 31.05.2023, this is possible in principle (after consultation with the respective partner university), but will no longer be funded by Erasmus.
Funding programmes and opportunities beyond this are currently the subject of negotiations.
Further information on this topic can be found on the OeAD website. Current information on travel regulations can be found on the pages of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Duration of scholarships
At each level (Bachelor, Master, Doctorate) Erasmus+ stays are possible up to a maximum of 12 months, regardless of the type (study period, traineeships) and number of mobilities. Diploma students can spend up to 24 months abroad with Erasmus+.
The Erasmus grant is intended as a subsidy for increased living costs abroad and is not a full scholarship. Study grant recipients should also contact the study grant authority. The amount of the scholarship varies depending on the host country. The exact amount of the Erasmus grant can be found in the list below (as of June 2019).
In addition, special grants can be applied for persons with disabilities or chronic illnesses or for students with children.
- Erasmus+ funding rates for students
- Erasmus+ Special grant for students with a child
- Erasmus+ Special Grant for Students with a Disability or Chronic Illness
- Information sheet Settlement E+ Special Subsidy Students with Disability or Chronic Illness
- Information sheet on the settlement of the E+ special grant for students with child
Notes on the application
The application process consists of three steps:
- Internal application at the University of Salzburg: Apply for the partner university of your choice to the responsible academic ERASMUS coordinator at the respective department (according to the list of Erasmus study places 2019/20). Each coordinator determines the criteria for the allocation of places. He/she is also responsible for your nomination at the partner university.
- Application at the host university: Please note that the partner universities have their own application forms which have to be filled in additionally. You can find these forms as well as information about the corresponding submission deadlines on the homepage of the partner university or the coordinator will inform you directly. Please note the different application deadlines of the different universities!
- Application for Erasmus status and scholarship: As soon as you know that you have been accepted at the partner university, you can apply for the Erasmus scholarship or Erasmus status at the International Relations Office. To do so, use the application forms listed above. These forms (application form and learning agreement) must be completed and signed and handed in to the International Relations Office by 15 June (for stays in the following winter semester or for the entire academic year) or by 15 November (for stays in the summer semester).
- What else do I need to consider when going abroad with Erasmus? See the checklist for students and the further information on the OeAD website.
Additional information: “Programme students” are students who participate in the ERASMUS+ programme within approved student flows under an approved higher education contract. Funding for stays abroad is possible within the framework of full-time studies as well as for the preparation and completion of Master’s theses/dissertations. Stays after the doctorate are not eligible for funding.
The application form consists of two parts and is available online (see above). Please also see the accompanying guide to the Learning Agreement.
The Eramus+ application form must be submitted to the International Relations Office.
At the International Relations Office or the Erasmus Coordinator of your own department, as well as at the Erasmus Unit of the OeAD Regional Office Salzburg.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.