Brunel university london erasmus

Brunel university london erasmus

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Erasmus+ is the European Union’s (EU) funding programme for education and training, youth and sport. The funding period runs from 2014 to 2020. The overall programme objectives are to:

  • Boost skills and employability
  • Modernise education, training and youth work
  • Improve opportunities for young people.

Brunel university london erasmus

The UK National Agency (NA) for Erasmus+ is a partnership between the British Council and Ecorys UK. The British Council manages the Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) Erasmus+ projects funded under the Call for Key Action 1: Learning Mobility of Individuals. Erasmus+ funding is available for mobility taking place to and from the following countries and territories:

  • the 28 EU Member States,
  • the EFTA EEA countries: Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway,
  • EU candidate countries: Turkey and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia,
  • Overseas countries and territories of EU Member States: Greenland, New Caledonia and Dependencies, French Polynesia, French Southern and Antarctic Territories, Wallis and Futuna Islands, Mayotte, St Pierre and Miquelon, Aruba and Netherlands Antilles.

Under Key Action 2, HEIs can apply for funding in the following activities/projects:

  • Strategic Partnerships
  • Knowledge Alliances
  • Capacity-building Partnerships

If you are interested in leading/coordinating any of the above activities, please refer to the KA2 guidance notes.

Please email for all general enquiries relating to Brunel’s Erasmus+ activities.

Brunel university london erasmus

The Erasmus+ programme offers Brunel students the opportunity to study abroad at one of the University’s Erasmus+ partner institutions. Many departments/divisions within Brunel University London participate in Erasmus+ and have their own set of partner institutions that you can choose to apply. If you are interested in taking part in the Erasmus+ study exchange, then you would first need to find out if we have an exchange agreement in your subject area. You can then contact your personal tutor or Academic Exchange Coordinator to discuss how going on an exchange would fit into your degree programme and determine your eligibility.

Your Department/Division will normally hold an information session in January and then you will need to submit an internal application in February. Once your Academic Exchange Coordinator nominates you, the Institutional Exchange Coordinator will contact you and provide further guidance.

It is your responsibility to contact the host university to complete and submit their application form (normally available on their website) and accommodation application. You are not officially accepted until notified by the host university.

Please read the information on student mobility to learn more about taking part in the Erasmus+ programme and visit the British Council’s Erasmus+ webpage for further information.