If you are interested in studying abroad in Europe, the Erasmus+ programme is the right choice for you. Erasmus was launched in 1987 and has become the most popular exchange programme ever. As part of  the Erasmus programme, there are various ways to go abroad. These include:

 

  • Erasmus study: study period of one to two semesters at a partner university in Europe.
  • Erasmus Internship (voluntary & compulsory internships, graduate internships).
  • Staff Exchange: Exchange programme for teachers and staff of the AdBK Munich.

 

You can find an overview of the partner universities of the AdBK Munich here.

 

During your studies you have the opportunity to spend a total of up to 24 months (Diploma) / 12 months (Bachelor/Master) abroad with Erasmus. The mobilities can also be combined with each other. This means that you can first study two semesters at a partner university and then spend a 6-month internship there, or you can spend a semester abroad at the beginning of your studies and then a 3-month internship after you graduate, etc.

 

If you have any questions, we will be happy to help. The best way to contact us is by email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

 

EWP - ERASMUS WITHOUT PAPER

 

In 2021, a new generation of the Erasmus programme will begin, the so-called ERASMUS+ (duration 2021 - 2027).

At the same time, the entire administrative process will be gradually digitalised and the so-called "EWP - Erasmus without Paper" will be introduced. This is a digitisation project that aims to establish an automatic link between the databases of all institutions participating in the Erasmus+ programme in order to create a network for the automatic exchange of data covering all phases and aspects of student and staff mobility. As part of this, there may be changes to the application process - the information on this homepage will therefore be updated regularly.

 

 

ABOUT THE ERASMUS EXCHANGE PROGRAM

 

The ERASMUS higher education program (European Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students) was launched by the EU in 1987 to encourage the mobility of students and teachers within Europe.

The ERASMUS program promotes international university study as well as guest lecturers; it also supports foreign internships and the mobility of academic staff.

At the Academy of Fine Arts Munich (AdBK), ERASMUS study programs and internships are managed by the International Office. The financial management of the grants is coordinated by KOOR-Erasmus Services BW in Karlsruhe.

The European Commission provides billions of euros for the implementation of this pan-European program. This means that program participants can receive a scholarship for the duration of their stay at a European partner university.

The European Commission has awarded the AdBK the European Charter for Higher Education (ECHE).

AdBK Munich has around 40 cooperation agreements with other European universities under the Erasmus scheme.

In Germany, financial resources are distributed to the universities by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) in Bonn.


German Academic Exchange Service
National Agency for EU Higher Education Cooperation
Kennedyallee 50
53115 Bonn, Germany
Tel.: +49(0)228/882-8877
Fax: +49(0)228/882-555
E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Website: www.eu.daad.de

KOOR-Erasmus Services BW grants individual fellowships and disburses the funds for them. The amount of the monthly grant is based on the available resources and the number of participating students.

 

Contact at the Academy:
Johanna Aigner
ERASMUS Coordination
Room E.ZG.08
Akademiestr. 4 (new building)
80799 Munich

Tel: +49-89-3852-145
Fax: +49-89-3852-233
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Erasmus Policy Statement

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. The responsibility for the contents of this publication reflects solely the views of the author. The Commission is not liable for any further use of the information contained therein.

 

Erasmus Charter 2021 - 2027