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Call 2023

The deadline for projects starting on August 1, 2023, is February 23, 2023. The central application for the university is submitted by IUZ.

To study at TU Bergakademie or at an Erasmus partner university, you must first apply at your home university. The application will be reviewed by a selection committee based on uniform criteria. These criteria typically include: grade point average, language proficiency, suitability, and relevance of the planned study abroad period. For possible subject-specific criteria, please consult the project coordinator at the respective faculty.

If you wish to apply, please send an email to: anja [dot] weigl [at] iuz [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de. You will then receive all necessary information.

You can find guidelines for ERASMUS+ student mobility in the download section below.

Eligibility requirements

  • At least two completed university semesters at the start of the study abroad program
  • Enrollment at the home university

  • at least 3 months
  • at most 12 months

The funding rates only apply to mobilities with partner countries. With EU member states as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Northern Macedonia, Norway, Serbia, Turkey and the United Kingdom there are other funding rates: ERASMUS+ with program countries.

Erasmus studies are recognized according to the learning agreement that the student concludes with the home and host universities.

  • Target group: students with a disability of GdB30 or higher; students who spend their stay abroad with children.
  • Funding: 200 euros/month in addition to the Erasmus grant per month
  • Participants with an ascertained GdB from 30 have the possibility to apply for the subsidy of the real additional costs of the mobility abroad up to 15.000 Euro per semester.

anja [dot] weigl [at] iuz [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de (Please contact us!)

In the programme Erasmus+ with Partner Countries TU Bergakademie has numerous cooperations. Each cooperation is subject or study program related. It is also specified whether students and/or staff can apply for a stay at the partner university. The application is made at the home university, the selection is made by a selection committee.












South Africa

  • Partner: University of Kwazulu-Natal
  • Subject: thermal process engineering, environmental and natural product process engineering
  • Mobilities are eligible for: students, staff


Complaints, Questions, Issues

Please contact the contact person at the IUZ, anja [dot] weigl [at] iuz [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de (Anja Weigl). For concerns regarding the recognition of academic achievements, the chairperson of the examination board is responsible.


This project has received funding from the European Commission. The content of this communication is the sole responsibility of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

Further information (DAAD)



Should you have further queries, feel free to reach out!

Anja Weigl
Erasmus+ with partner countries / Erasmus contracts
Akademiestraße 6, ground floor room 06, 09599 Freiberg
anja.weigl [at]