Queen’s University Belfast Erasmus
Erasmus is the main mobility programme for education funded by the European Commission. Students who undertake study or work placements, including language assistant placements, as part of their degree programme may be eligible to receive Erasmus funding. Teaching staff may also undertake Erasmus visits. The Exchange and Study Abroad team (Careers, Employability and Skills) administers the programme at Queen’s University.
Information for outgoing Queen’s students
- Introduction – Work and Study placements
- How to Apply
- Academic Aspects
- Financial Aspects
- Language Proficiency
- Practical Matters
- Checklist before departure
- Proposed student mobility by faculty
- Erasmus Student Prize
- Utrecht Network
- Contact us
- Forms you will Need
Information for Queen’s staff
- Staff Handbook for Mobility and Agreements (accessible from Queen’s server only)
- Erasmus Partner Universities
- Teaching Staff Visits
- Visits to Support Student Placements
- Utrecht Network
- Information for students from partner universities
Erasmus Policy Statement and Erasmus Charter for Higher Education
Erasmus is the European Higher Education programme which enables students, already enrolled at a university in Europe, to take time out from their own institution and spend one or two semesters at a partner university.
Information for Queen’s Students
Enrolled students at Queen’s can undertake an Erasmus placement as part of their degree programme. For more information,
Information for Students from Partner Universities
Queen’s welcomes applications from European students who would like to attend Queen’s under the Erasmus programme. To find out more about how to apply to Queen’s as an incoming Erasmus student, use the links in the menu button and below.
ERASMUS Partner Universities
To be admitted to Queen’s as an Erasmus student, your home university must already have a bilateral exchange agreement with Queen’s in the subject you want to study.
Queen’s has Erasmus agreements with approximately 200 institutions across Europe.
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