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What does Erasmus+ International Mobility mean?

For over 25 years, Europe has funded the Erasmus program, which has enabled over three million European students to spend part of their studies in another higher education institution in Europe.

(PLEASE NOTE: This program should not be mixed up with the "traditional ERASMUS+ student mobility within Europe)

This program is designed for our Master and PhD students of selected study fields who want to spend one semester abroad at one of our partner universities.

As the University of Vienna has to apply annually for the funds, there may occur some changes regarding the partner-universities.



For the winter semester 2018/19 the following universities are currently available:

 Country University                       Field of Study Level


 Universidad de Chile

 Astronomy, Romance
 Studies, Psychology,
 Sociology, Chemistry,
 Mathematics, Biology
 Computer Sciences,
 Business Studies



 Universidad de la Habana

 History, Psychology,
 Romance Studies



 Gadjah Mada University




 The Hebrew University of
 (Rothberg International

 Jewish Studies, 
 Oriental Studies, 
 Theology (Bible
 Studies), History,
 Philosophy, Political
 Sciences, International

 MA/ PhD


 Russian State University
 for the Humanities

 Slavonic Studies,
 History (incl.
 Interdisciplinary Easter
 - European Studies)



 St. Petersburg State

 Teacher Training
 (network: Campus
 Europae), Slavonic
 Studies, Psychology



 Financial University of

 Business Studies



 University of Novi Sad

 Teacher Programm 
 (network: Campus
 Europae), Philosophy,
 Slavonic Studies (incl.
 Serbian), History







 Ivan Franko National
 University Lviv

 Slavonic Studies,
 History (incl. 
 Eastern- European
 Studies), Political



For the detailed application requirements as well as other deadlines please consult our website.


Another possibility to study at universities outside of Europe is the NON- EU- Exchange program





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General e-mail adress 
for ERASMUS+ International Mobility


Opening hours

Mag. Nina Thiel
ERASMUS International Mobility 
Tel: +43-1-4277-18211

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