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Study in Europe with Erasmus+

  • Study on the continent with Erasmus+: the European Commission’s student exchange programme for the EU.
  • Study abroad at one of our many European partners.
  • Work with your programme leader to match your UEL modules to a similar programme abroad.
  • Pay no extra tuition fees, receive student finance as usual, AND get a grant of between €280-€330 grant per month spent abroad!
  • No need to know a different language – but you will be supported if you choose to learn while you’re out there!
  • Experience a new culture, anywhere from Madrid to Perugia.

Study abroad with Erasmus+ anywhere from Spain to Greece

Where can Erasmus+ take you? Take a look at our European Erasmus+ partners below. Not every partner is open to every subject area, so for more information on where your subject can take you contact

Germany              Braunschweig University of Art (Design, Industrial Design)
Netherlands         Fontys Academy for Creative Industries (Computing and Engineering)
Norway                University of Agder (Engineering, Science)
Slovenia               University of Ljubljana (Architecture and town Planning)

France              SKEMA Business School (Journalism and Communication)
Germany           Braunschweig University of Art (Art, Art History, Media Sciences, Audio-visual Techniques, Media Production)
Greece              University of Macedonia (Information, Communication Technology)
Greece              Hellenic Open University (Art and Design - Thesis Research Only)                         
Netherlands      Hogeschool van Amsterdam, University of Applied Sciences (Audio-visual Techniques, Media Production)
Netherlands      Fontys Academy for Creative Industries (Arts, Digital Industries)
Norway             University of Agder (Humanities, Fine Arts)
Norway             University of Tromso (Music Management)
Norway            Volda University (Art, Humanities, History, Media, Journalism)
Spain                CEU San Pablo Madrid (Journalism, Information, Audio-visual Techniques, Media Production, Public Relations, Publicity, Advertising) 

Belgium          EPHEC University College (Business and Administration)
France             SKEMA Business School (Business and Administration, Administration)
Germany         HSBA Hamburg School of Business Administration (Business and Administration)
Italy                  Universita per Stranieri di Perugia (Business and Law)
Italy                  Universita ca Foscari Venezia (Economics, Finance, Business, Insurance)
Netherlands   Hogeschool InHolland, University of Applied Science (Business and Administration)
Netherlands   Fontys Academy for Creative Industries (Business, Law)
Netherlands   University of Utrecht (Law)
Norway           University of Agder (Business and Law)
Norway          Hedmark University College (Business Administration)
Norway           University of Tromso (Tourism and Events)
Sweden          University of Gothenburg (Business and Law)

Netherlands       Fontys University of Applied Sciences (Education)
Norway              Volda University (Education)
Norway              University of Agder (Education)
Sweden             Stockholm University (Education)

Norway      Volda University (Physical Education)
Norway      University of Agder (Health and Sport)

No current Erasmus+ partners.

Italy                  Universita per Stranieri di Perugia (Social Sciences)
Netherlands     Fontys University of Applied Sciences (Social Sciences)
Norway            University of Agder (Social Sciences)
Norway            Volda University (Social Sciences)

France University of Lille (Politics and International Relations)

How does it work?

The Erasmus+ Timeline
  1. Research your Erasmus+ options. Look at which institutions appeal to you, and find the ones which have modules that match your options at UEL.
  2. Speak with your Programme Leader: check that the modules you like will fit into your UEL programme, and find out how going abroad will affect your degree programme.
  3. Fill out the Study Abroad application form (see below).
  4. If successful, you will be notified and nominated to your host university, at which point you will be invited to select modules.
    • You will then fill out a Learning Agreement to confirm your modules and have them approved by your tutors at UEL.
    • We will then ask for your Bank Details so that we can pay your European Commission-funded Erasmus+ grant.
  5. Have a great time abroad.


Applications to study abroad in the first term or the full year of the following academic year close on 28 March.

Applications to study abroad in the second term of the current academic year close on 30 October.

Apply through our online form >

Ensure that your programme leader signs off on your chosen modules in your learning agreement form which you can download, before submitting it to

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