Erasmus+ Worldwide

Erasmus+ outside of Europe? This has been possible since 2015. The University of Stuttgart maintains several Erasmus+ partnerships worldwide.

Erasmus+ with Partner Countries – mobility worldwide

Students and employees of the University of Stuttgart can go abroad as part of the Erasmus+ program even outside of Europe. Within the scope of this program line, the University of Stuttgart offers the options listed below.

Faculties or departments can submit applications for projects within "Erasmus+ with Partner Countries" once a year. The official call is usually published in autumn. The application period ends at the end of January/beginning of February. The next call for applications is expected to be in autumn 2021. 

Erasmus+ partner:
Ain Shams University, Cairo

Project partner at the University of Stuttgart:
Architecture and Urban Planning (Faculty 1)

Duration:
June 1, 2018 – July 31, 2021 (Project 2018)

Erasmus+ Departmental Coordinator: 
Dipl.-Ing. Rainer Goutrie

Funding for:
Students, lecturers, staff

Application deadline for outgoing students:
Please contact the Erasmus+ Departmental Coordinator

Erasmus+ partners:
University of Sarajevo, Sarajevo

Project partner at the University of Stuttgart:
Architecture and Urban Planning (Faculty 1), Institute for Design and Construction (IEK)

Duration:
August 1, 2019 – July 31, 2022 (Project 2019)

Erasmus+ Departmental Coordinator: 
Dipl.-Ing. Rainer Goutrie

Contact person at IEK:
Hans-Christian Bäcker

Funding for:
Students, lecturers, staff

Application deadline for outgoing students:
Please contact the Erasmus+ Departmental Coordinator

Erasmus+ Partner:
University of Isfahan

Project partner at the University of Stuttgart:
Institute for Building Energetics, Thermotechnology and Energy Storage (IGTE) (Faculty 4)

Duration:
August 1, 2020 – July 31, 2023 (Project 2020)

Contact person at IGTE:
Dr. Dirk Schwede

Funding for:
Lecturers

Erasmus+ Partner in St. Petersburg:

  • Peter the Great St. Petersburg
  • Polytechnic University

 

 

 

 

Erasmus+ Partner in Novosibirsk:

  • Novosibirsk State University (NSU)    
  • Novosibirsk State Technical University  (NSTU)
  • Novosibirsk State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering (SIBSTRIN)
  • Siberian State University of Geosystems and Technologies (SSUGT)

 

Project partner at the University of Stuttgart:
open for all interested students of all faculties of the University of Stuttgart

Project partner at the University of Stuttgart:

open for all interested students of all faculties of the University of Stuttgart

Duration:
June 1, 2018 – July 31, 2021 (Project 2018)

Duration:
June 1, 2018 – July 31, 2021 (Project 2018)

Contact at the IZ:
Britta Goertz 
Program coordinator “Erasmus+ with Partner Countries”

Contact at the IZ:
Britta Goertz
Program coordinator “Erasmus+ with Partner Countries”

 

Departmental coordinator faculty 6 (Aerospace Engineering and Geodesy)
Dr. Uwe Gaisbauer

Funding for:
Students, lecturers, staff

Funding for:
Students, lecturers, staff

Application deadline for outgoing students: 
July 01 for the winter semester; December 01 for the summer semester

Application for outgoing students: information on the application process

Application deadline for outgoing students: 
July 01 for the winter semester; December 01 for the summer semester

Application for outgoing students: information on the application process

Erasmus+ partners:
University of Belgrade, Belgrade

Project partner at the University of Stuttgart:
Architecture and Urban Planning (Faculty 1)

Duration:
June 1, 2018 – July 31, 2021 (Project 2018)

Erasmus+ Departmental coordinator: 
Dipl.-Ing. Rainer Goutrie

Funding for:
Students, lecturers, staff

Applications for outgoing students:
Please contact the Erasmus+ Departmental Coordinator

Erasmus+ Partner:

  • Lviv Polytechnic National University
  • State Institution of Higher Education Donetsk National Technical University

Project partner at the University of Stuttgart:
Computer Science, Electrical Engineering and Information Technology (Faculty 5)

Duration:
August 1, 2020 – July 31, 2023 (Project 2020)

Departmental coordinator: 
Catherine Müller

Funding for:
Students, lecturers, staff

Applications for outgoing students:
Please contact the Departmental Coordinator

Funding rates for student exchange

The financial support for Erasmus+ stays in partner countries has been defined at European level by the European Commission.

Requirement for funding is a minimum stay of 3 months.

Both students from the University of Stuttgart who are sent to a program country and students from a program country who spend their Erasmus+ stay at the University of Stuttgart are eligible for funding. The funding rates are different in each case:

Home country

Host country

Funding

Germany

Partner country

700 € per month

Partner country

Germany

850 € per month

You may receive an Erasmus+ grant as a contribution to your travel

Students also receive an additional Erasmus+ grant as a contribution to travel expenses. The refund depends on the real distance between the starting point and the destination of the mobility and is calculated with the "distance calculator".

Selection and application

Cooperation projects within "Erasmus+ with Partner Countries" are usually supervised by a faculty or department. This is also where the selection of the participants takes place. Detailed information on the selection process and application deadlines can be obtained from the relevant contact person (see above) or, for all projects, from the program coordinator for “Erasmus+ with Partner Countries” at the International Office.

General selection requirements are: Motivation, previous academic achievements, and language skills.

Please note that the EU provides extra funding for participants with disabilities or special needs.

Erasmus+ with Partner Countries – Staff Mobility

Information on staff mobility within „Erasmus + with Partner Countries“ can be found on the website for staff members.

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Britta Goertz

Program coordinator Erasmus+ Worldwide, staff mobility, Double Master's programs (Europe)

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