What is Erasmus+?
Universities who participate in Erasmus+ must have an Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE). The EU Commission has awarded this charter to SRH Heidelberg UAS for the programme generation of 2021 – 2027. The Erasmus Policy Statement (EPS) is a description of the strategies and goals of SRH University Heidelberg in view of Erasmus+ in the EU in the period of 2021-2027. The Erasmus programme promotes the mobility of students and HEI teaching and non-teaching staff within all EU programme countries. All Erasmus-funded students receive a monthly grant for doing part of their study at an Erasmus partner university of SRH Heidelberg UAS or a traineeship abroad in an Erasmus+ programme country.
Erasmus+ scholarships for students from Ukraine
From now on, we can offer Erasmus+ scholarships for Ukrainian students in the amount of 1,100 €/month, including tuition fee as part of an exchange semester, initially for a limited period of 3 months (extension up to 12 months is possible with good integration into our university). The study is possible at all faculties of our university, as long as the German or English language skills are sufficient (level min. B2).
Please send your application by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Motivation letter stating the desired degree programme, the desired language and the current semester of study
- Proof of enrolment at the Ukrainian higher education institution
- Current academic records
- Language certificates
Receive a monthly grant
All Erasmus-funded students receive a monthly grant for doing part of their study at an Erasmus partner university of SRH University Heidelberg or a traineeship abroad in an Erasmus+ programme country.
This is what you can do under Erasmus+:
- 3- to 12-month periods of study at an Erasmus+ partner university of SRH University Heidelberg (one period possible during the Bachelor’s programme, plus a second period at the Master’s stage)
- Exemption from tuition fees at the partner university
- Our International Office will help you with academic and organisational matters in preparation for your study abroad; once you are there, the partner university’s International Office will advise you.
- Free language courses before and/or during your studies
- Financial support (currently between €330 and €450 per month, depending on the destination country, with an additional €105 for traineeships)
- Academic recognition of credits earned abroad
- Reimbursement of up to EUR 10,000 for additional costs for students with disabilities or for single parents with a child abroad.