Exchange within Europe

General information

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

Notable dates:

  • Each year, beginning, an updated list of available exchange places will be published on these pages for the coming academic year.
  • Application deadline is March 1st.
  • Application deadline for remaining places is April 15th.
  • ATTENTION: Application deadline for exchange places Autumn 2021/Spring 2022  is November 1st 2020
 

Introduction to Erasmus+ and Nordplus

Erasmus+

 Erasmus+

Erasmus is an EU-funded exchange programme based on individual agreements between universities within EU, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey. Switzerland is also participating, but on special terms.  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, why competition for these places can occur.

It is possible to go on Erasmus+ exchange both during your bachelor and during your master degree. Maximum one semester abroad during each degree.

Support

As an Erasmus+ student you will receive a grant of approximately 1,000 euros per exchange semester.

Students with physical, mental or health-related conditions may apply for additional funding via the Erasmus+ Special Needs Support. Please contact SDU International, if you have any questions or wish to apply for additional funding through the special needs support.

Students with accompanying children can apply for extra support via Erasmus+. Please contact SDU International for more information.

 

 

Nordplus

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.


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.

 

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.

 

Latest application round - deadline 1 March, 2019

Erasmus+ places:

Nordplus places:

  

Important documents

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

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