The Erasmus+ Programme is a European Union funded initiative, which aims to improve the quality of higher education and strengthen European links. It does this by encouraging transnational co-operation between universities and contributing to improved transparency and academic recognition of qualifications and studies throughout the European Union.
There is uncertainty about the availability of Erasmus+ funding to UK universities after the UK leaves the EU. Erasmus+ funding may no longer be available to students taking part in study or work placements in European countries after the UK leaves the EU.
If funding remains available, students who study or work abroad in a European destination during their degree studies may be eligible to receive an Erasmus+ grant. For up-to-date information about Erasmus+ funding and to discuss your eligibility, please contact the International Exchanges Office.
Please click here to read our Erasmus+ Policy Statement.
If you would like more information about the Erasmus+ Programme, please see the links below:
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