Exchange Europe (ERASMUS+)
- About the Erasmus programme
- Requirements and selection criteria
- How do I apply for an Erasmus study programme?
- Erasmus and Corona
- Erasmus and Brexit
- What is the duration of an Erasmus stay?
- Which exchange places are available?
- What does Erasmus offer me?
- How much financial support can I get?
- Can I combine the Erasmus grant with other grants?
- Liability Clause
- Erasmus University Charter (ECHE) & Erasmus Policy Statement
- Erasmus Code
Erasmus+ is the support programme of the European Union for education, youth and sport. There are three key acitions:
- Key action 1- Learning Mobility of Individuals
- Erasmus Studies abroad
- Erasmus internship abroad
- Erasmus staff mobility for teaching
- Erasmus staff mobility for training
- Key action 2 - Cooperation for innovation and the exchange of good practices
- Key action 3 - Support to policy reform
- Modernising, internationalising and improving the quality of higher education in Europe
- Strengthening international competences, personal development and job perspectives of students
- Enhancing the attractiveness of the European Union as a place to study and research
- Sustainable development of higher education in third countries
On this page we offer you as a student of TU Bergakademie general information about the Erasmus programme, particularly requirements, exchange places, financial support and news (Covid19, Brexit).
For further information and advice on the Erasmus+ mobility measures, please contact the
Erasmus+ National Agency "Higher Education"
Kennedyallee 50, 53155 Bonn (Germany)
Phone: +49 800 2014 020
E-mail: erasmusdaad [dot] de
Erasmus in programme countries (Europa)
TUBAF-specific information on Erasmus Studies/Application, Erasmus Internship, Erasmus staff mobility for teaching, Erasmus staff mobility for training, Erasmus Joint Master Degrees, Erasmus strategic partnerships
Erasmus with partner countries (worldwide/ outside EU):
- This program offers the possibility of academic exchange and cooperation worldwide. Each year the IUZ submits an application on behalf of the university.
- More information for TU BAF lecturers, staff and students can be found here.
- General informationen by the DAAD is provided here.
Application for the academic year 2022/23 (winter semester 2022/23 and summer semester 2023) is expected to be open from mid-January 2022 to 28 February 2022. Please follow this link.
If you would like to do an Erasmus internship, you will find further information here.
- You are regularly enrolled at TU Bergakademie
- You have not yet exhausted the Erasmus quota of 12 months per study phase
- You have sufficient knowledge of the instruction language (proof during application)
- Bachelor and diploma students: You can participate in the Erasmus program from the 3rd semester onwards (and apply when you start your studies); for Master students, study abroad is possible from the 1st semester onwards
- You have earned an appropriate number of credit points according to your semester of study and your academic performance is good
- There is a valid bilateral agreement before the start of the mobility between TUBAF and the host university in your subject area
- You are chosen by the departmental coordinator
The pandemic affects the possibilities of travelling and studying abroad. This is why Erasmus students can now follow part or all of their courses online. Financial support is paid only if you actually travel abroad.
The NA DAAD (National Agency for EU-University Cooperation in the German Academic Exchange Service DAAD) has compiled a list of frequently asked questions from (sponsored) students.
In the 2022/23 academic year, we do offer exchange places in Great Britain under the current funding conditions. Nationals of the European Union do not need a visa for a stay of up to six months. You can access further information via the following institutions:
Every student enrolled at TU Bergakademie can spend at least 2 to a maximum of 12 months (Bachelor, Master, Doctorate; Diploma: 24 months) per study period in a European country via the Erasmus programme. During this time you can study at a partner university or do an internship. When you apply for an exchange place with us, you are also applying for financial support.
The Erasmus program includes the 27 member states of the EU as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Northern Macedonia, Norway, Serbia, Turkey and the United Kingdom.
Currently, TU Bergakademie has more than 70 partner universities in 23 of these countries. Here you can find the partner universities:
In the framework of Erasmus+ with partner countries TU Bergakademie also has partners in Afghanistan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Iraq, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Kosovo, Mogolia, Morocco, Nigeria, Russia, South Africa and Ukraine. You can find out about the conditions of a study or internship in these countries here (Erasmus+ with partner countries).
- Exemption from tuition fees at the host university
- Academic recognition of study achievements abroad through a learning agreement between student, home and host university before the mobility
- Support at the home and host university
- Linguistic preparation through an EU online language test and optional language course
- Financial support for additional costs incurred abroad
- Special grants for students with children
- Special grants for students with disabilities and severely disabled students
Please contact us if you are eligible for a special grant! We support you. Contact: outgoingsiuz [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de
The Erasmus Student Charter provides information on the rights and obligations of Erasmus students.
The Erasmus grant is a subsidy for additional costs incurred abroad. The subsidy rates are based on the cost of living in the country of origin and the country of destination. There are three country categories:
- Group 1: EUR 450 per month (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom)
- Group 2: 390 EUR/month (Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain)
- Group 3: 330 EUR/month (Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Northern Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey)
An Erasmus+ scholarship can be combined with funding abroad under the Federal Education and Trainings Assistance Act (BAföG). Please contact the respective BAföG office to receive further information.
The Erasmus+ program offers the possibility to apply for a low-interest loan for a complete Master's program abroad, i.e. in an Erasmus program country. This is covered by the European Investment Bank. For one-year Master's programs up to 12,000 € can be applied for, for two-year Master's programs up to 18,000 €. At present, master loans are available for a master's program in Spain.
Erasmus Institutional Coordinator, Coordinator Exchange programmes
Akademiestraße 6, room EG.06
Phone +49 3731 39-2580
michaela [dot] luftiuz [dot] tu-freiberg [dot] de
Tue 10am - 12noon and 2pm - 4pm
Thur 10am - 12noon and by appointment
Online consultation by appointment
Web Conference Room (Big Blue Button)
No office hour on 19 May and from 31 May to 2 June 2022
This project is funded with support from the European Commission. This communication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.
TU Bergakademie was awarded the Erasmus+ Charter for Higher Education 2021-2027, which enables it to apply for and implement funding measures within the framework of Erasmus+. Here you can access the Erasmus Policy Statement of TU Bergakademie.
The Erasmus code of TU Bergakademie Freiberg is: D FREIBER01.