Things to know about Erasmus+

... is a European Union programme for higher education, vocational education and training, adult education, school education, youth and sport. Among other things, the Erasmus programme promotes the mobility of students, staff and lecturers. The current duration is from 2021 - 2027. more information on Erasmus+

Erasmus at the TU Ilmenau


Erasmus University Coordinator: Sophia Siegfried
Erasmus ID Code: D ILMENAU01
Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2021-2027 (ECHE) - Project no: 101009330
PIC: 999575204
OID: E10207876
Erasmus+ Student Charter
Erasmus University Policy Statement (EPS - in German)
Link to EU - Commission Brussels

Erasmus+ for teachers and staff members

Teaching with Erasmus+ within Europe and at partner universities worldwide


Further education and training opportunities with Erasmus+


Project preparation trips for mobility projects with partner countries (KA107) (only available in German language)

The NA DAAD uses funds from the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) to fund project preparation trips on a limited scale in order to support the initiation and preparation of mobility applications with selected partner countries.

Project Preparation Journeys for Erasmus+ Partnerships and Cooperation Projects (only available in German language)

Funding for Project Preparation Journeys is available under the Erasmus+ programme lines managed centrally in Brussels and under the Cooperation Partnerships. The aim is to support the planning of the project through direct communication between the project partners.

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Feedback and support

In case of serious problems or fundamental criticism of the Erasmus+ programme, you can confidently contact the following persons


Further contact points

Liability clause for Erasmus+

"These projects have been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication 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.

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