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Exchange within Europe

General information

Below you can find lists of available exchange places, divided by faculty, covering both the Erasmus+ and Nordplus programme.

It is possible to go on overseas exchange through SDU both at your bachelor degree and at your master degree. Maximum one semester during each degree.

In case your application for the overseas exchange is rejected you will still have time to do a self-arranged study abroad period.

 

Notable dates

Application rounds are held twice a year (+ one additional round  for EU/Nordic spots for the coming spring semester only).

Autumn round:

  • In late September, full lists of available exchange places will be published on these pages for the coming academic year (Autumn 2025/Spring 2026). The application portal also opens.
  • Application deadline is 1 November 2024.
  • If you have passed 30 ECTS at a university level before the deadline, we encourage you to apply in the autumn round to secure a spot as soon as possible.

Spring round:

  • In early February, updated lists of exchange places which are still available and possible new places will be published on these pages for the coming academic year (Autumn 2025/Spring 2026). The application portal also opens.
  • Application deadline is 1 March 2025.

Additional round (coming spring semester only):

  • In early September, updated lists of exchange places which are still available will be published on these pages for the current academic year (Spring 2025). The application portal also opens.
  • Application deadline is 1 October 2024.

 

Introduction to Erasmus+ and Nordplus, including grants

 

Erasmus+ is an EU-funded exchange programme based on individual agreements between universities within EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, North Macedonia, Norway, Serbia, and Turkey. SDU has entered agreements with more than 400 partner universities within Europe.

The supply of exchange places within this programme far outweighs the demand, but it is still a good idea to consider multiple options as some universities will be more popular than others. Hence, competition for these places can occur.

It is possible to go on Erasmus+ exchange both during your bachelor and during your master degree. You can maximum go for two semesters abroad during each degree.

Grant

As an Erasmus+ student you will receive a grant of approximately EUR 500-700 per month of your mobility. The specific amount varies according to length of the mobility period and the destination.

Support

There are different types of extra funding available through the Erasmus+ programme, if:

  • You suffer from a chronical condition (physical or psychological) or a functional impairment (EUR 250 per month, as well as possibility of coverage of specifically high expenditures in relation to your stay).
  • You are the primary caregiver/breadwinner for one or more children/persons (EUR 250 per month).
  • You plan to travel to/from (or both) your destination by relatively sustainable means, i.e., train, bus, carpooling or similar (higher travel grant).

 

More information will be given once you have been granted an Erasmus+ exchange place. Until then you are welcome to contact SDU International if you have any questions.

 

 

The Nordic countries have a close educational cooperation under the common framework known as the Nordplus programme.

Exchange possibilities are organized in a number of academic and broader networks. The supply of exchange places within this programme usually outweighs the demand, but it is still a good idea to consider multiple options, as some universities will be more popular than others, why competition for these places can occur.

Get the full Nordic experience

Going on exchange to a Nordic country can be an experience exceeding your expectations. Some of the Nordic countries seem very  much like Denmark – but then again turn out to be very different.

Students who speak Danish often have the advantage of being able to follow courses taught in the host language (Swedish or Norwegian) as well as English taught courses.

Grant

Semester exchange to a Nordic partner university will usually be funded with an Erasmus+ grant.

Exceptions are exchange stays to Greenland, the Faroe Islands, and short term mobilities. These types of study abroad stays will be funded with a grant  from Nordplus.

 

As a Nordplus student you will receive a grant.

The advantage of exchange within the Nordic countries is that Danish-speaking students often can follow courses taught in the host language as well as English taught courses.

 

The Nordic countries have a close educational cooperation, and there are a number of different exchange possibilities under the common framework known as the Nordplus programme.

As a Nordplus student you will receive a grant.

The advantage of exchange within the Nordic countries is that Danish-speaking students often can follow courses taught in the host language as well as English taught courses.

 

 

Upcoming application rounds: Additional round 2024 + Autumn round 2024

 

Additional round: Erasmus+ and Nordplus places in the spring semester 2025 only.

In early September, the lists of Erasmus+ and Nordplus exchange places available in the spring 2025 will be posted here. You can list up to 8 priorities in your application.

The deadline for applying in the additional round is 1 October, 2024.

 

Autumn round 2024: Overseas, Erasmus+ and Nordplus places in the academic year 2025-2026 (autumn semester 2025 and spring semester 2026).

In late September, the lists of Erasmus+ and Nordplus exchange places available in the academic year 2025-2026 will be posted here.

The deadline for applying in the autumn round is 1 November 2024.

It is possible to apply for both European and overseas exchange places in one single application.You will find the overseas exchange places on our Exchange overseas site. You can list up to 8 priorities in your application.

Please note that partner agreements vary, meaning that some only cover specific faculties or even study programmes. It is  important that you consider which exchange places are actually available to you based on your study area.

 

Important documents

Below you can find important documents that you will need in connection with your exchange.

All students going on exchange through the Erasmus+ programme must complete a Learning Agreement prior to their mobility. As of 2021 the Learning Agreement must be done online instead of word or pdf files.

To create an Online Learning Agreement (OLA) visit www.learning-agreement.eu, log in with your SDU student email account (via MyAcademicID) and create the learning agreement. A step-by-step guide will be sent to you later on once you have been offered an exchange spot.

Should you need a learning agreement prior to the initiation from International Office e.g. for your application to your host university, please contact SDU International via spoc.sdu.dk

Last Updated 07.02.2024