Erasmus+ International Mobility

The "Erasmus+ International Mobility" programme provides funding for study visits to partner universities outside Europe.

Please note that the partner universities and fields of study may vary from one year to the next as applications are also made on an annual basis.

 Exchange places for the summer semester 2022

CountryUniversityField of StudyLevel
BrasilUniversidade Federal FluminenseComparative Literature, Romance Studies (Portuguese), Theater,- Film& Media Studies, Translation Studies (Portuguese)MA/PhD
GhanaUniversity of GhanaAfrican Studies, Geography, International Development, Cultural & Social Anthopology, Political Sciences, SociologyPhD
IsraelHebrew University of JerusalemBiology, Business Studies, German Studies, History, International Development, Jewish Studies, Law, Mathematics, Oriental Studies, Physics, Psychology, Political Science, Sociology, Theology (Bible Studies) 


MauritiusUniversity of MauritiusCultural & Social Anthropology, Nutritional Sciences, Romance Studies (French)MA/PhD
MongoliaNational University of MongoliaBusiness Studies, Communication Sciences, Cultural Anthropology, German Studies, History (incl. Eastern European Studies), Political SciencesMA/PhD

Lomonosov Moscow State University (MGU)

Slavonic Studies



Financial University Moscow

Business Studies


UkraineIvan Franko National University of LvivBusiness Studies, Computer Sciences, History (incl. Interdisciplinary East-European Studies), Mathematics, Law, Political Sciences, Slavonic StudiesBA/MA/PhD
UkraineTaras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv
History (incl. Interdisciplinary East-European Studies), Slavonic Studies, Political ScienceMA/PhD

 Additional exchange place winter semester 2022/23

Country UniversityField of StudiesLevel


Kyoto University

Art History, Business Studies, East Asian Studies, History, Psychology


Please note that the fields of studies may be extended during the current semester. Another opportunity to study at universities outside of Europe is provided by the Non-EU Student Exchange Programme.

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