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Ways to study abroad

On a daily basis, we see how our world is being impacted upon by the onward march of internationalization. Many companies prefer employees with international experience and automatically require recruits to be proficient in foreign languages.
By ensuring that your studies include a well-planned period of time spent abroad, you will have the opportunity to expand your subject knowledge from a different viewpoint, to experience a foreign culture, and therefore to significantly improve your proficiency in the language.

Spending time abroad is also a significant factor in your personal development. Flexibility and social competence are playing an increasingly important role in our society today. Spending a longer period of time in a foreign country and therefore having to engage on a personal level with the local culture and lifestyle promotes the development of those skills in particular.

Students have a large number of opportunities when it comes to spending part of their studies abroad:
They can complete a semester of studies abroad, attend a summer school, obtain a double degree, write their final thesis abroad or obtain a doctorate that involves one of the partner universities abroad.

At the present time, Nuremberg Institute of Technology has cooperation agreements with around 160 partner universities worldwide. These partnerships between universities make it easier for students to spend a period of time abroad:

  • by waiving or reducing the course fee usually payable at the partner university
  • by recognizing the study outcomes achieved at the partner university
  • by ensuring that students are placed by and receive organizational support from the International Office
  • by providing financial support (subject to availability)
  • by providing accommodation in halls of residence (subject to availability)

Students who wish to make use of these benefits should enquire at the International Office as early as possible (at least 1 year before their stay abroad begins).

The OUTGOINGS Guide will provide you with a summary of all of the essential tips and information about spending a semester studying at a partner university abroad.

Various testimonials from previous outgoing exchange students can be found on the Nuremberg Tech intranet.

NEW: Summary of all degree-related study abroad

With effect from the 2017 summer semester, all degree-related study abroad will be recorded across the university and will be officially documented in the Diploma Supplement, the annex to the final official transcript conferred upon you. The “Erfassung eines studienbezogenen Auslandsaufenthaltes” (Recording degree-related study abroad) form required for this purpose can be found in the download center on the homepage of the Student Records Office. Please complete the record form and submit it to the Student Advisory Service after completing your studies abroad or before, along with the confirmation from the host university.

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Studying abroad with Erasmus+

The explanatory video about Erasmus can be found here: Study abroad with Erasmus+

 

Outgoing Erasmus students
The core of the Erasmus programme – degree-related study abroad – makes it possible for students to spend a period of 3 to 12 months studying in one of the participating countries.

Studying abroad under the Erasmus programme
The Erasmus programme gives students the opportunity to study in another European country and to expand their social and cultural skills.
While doing so, they will familiarize themselves with the academic system of a university abroad and will benefit from the teaching and learning methods in use there.
After completing the first year of their degree programme, students can receive funding for a period of three to twelve months studying at a host university abroad, including in order to obtain a doctorate.

Who can receive funding?
Once they have completed the first year of their degree programme, all normally enrolled students at Nuremberg Institute of Technology can study at an Erasmus partner university in Europe. 

For how long can a student from Nuremberg Tech attend an Erasmus partner university in another EU country?

Students from Nuremberg Tech can go abroad for one, or no more than two semesters (these must always fall within a single academic year).


What benefits does the Erasmus programme offer to students at Nuremberg Tech?

- A mobility allowance (330 to 450 euros, depending on the host country) per month of funding
- Exemption from course fees at the host university
- Support in preparing for the stay abroad
- Study outcomes achieved abroad are recognized for academic purposes
- Special grants for students with children
- Special grants for students with a disability


Erasmus+ developments since project year 2014
·        Students can receive funding for up to 12 months/360 days in each stage of their university studies (bachelor’s degree/master’s degree)
·        The total number of funded days for study and/or internship purposes must not exceed 360

The financial support that students receive for Erasmus+ stays abroad is determined by the differences in living costs in the destination countries (programme countries)

Mobility allowance per destination country (valid from September 2019):
Group 1: 450 euros per month

Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Ireland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Norway, Sweden, United Kingdom

Group 2: 390 euros per month

Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Spain

Group 3: 330 euros per month

Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Turkey


Compulsory language tests

The European Commission has made available an online language test for the following languages: Bulgarian, Croatian, Danish, Dutch, German, English, Finnish, French, Greek, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Swedish, Slovak, Spanish, Czech and Hungarian. All students/graduates are required to complete this test in the teaching language of the relevant partner university, both after being selected for/before the start of and also at the end of their stay abroad. However, it does not form a selection criterion for funding under the Erasmus+ programme and does not apply to native speakers. Once the participants to be funded under the Erasmus+ programme have been selected, completion of the language test serves as a placement test to document their current linguistic proficiency. The language test will take place both before and after the student’s period abroad in order to obtain comparable results and in order to record any advances that the participant has made in terms of language acquisition.
Agreements made with partner universities regarding specific levels of linguistic proficiency (a minimum of B2 level) must therefore not be confused with the online test.
When selecting participants, some other type of evidence must be provided for those linguistic proficiencies.


Erasmus+ Students’ Charter

The rights and duties of students under the Erasmus+ programme are governed by the “Erasmus+ Students’ Charter”, a copy of which is handed to all students before their stay abroad begins.

Special funding for participants with a disability

Useful information about universities suitable for disabled persons from the European Agency for Development in Special Needs Education: www.european-agency.org.

Special funding for students with a child at a fixed rate (only SMS)
Students who take their child/children with them during their Erasmus+ study visit to a programme country and who are single parents in that country during the time of their Erasmus+ mobility can receive special funds at a fixed rate. The maximum amount of funding per month is indicated by three country groups.

Notice regarding duty to submit a report
All students who receive funding and have participated in an Erasmus+ mobility measure are obliged to write a report about the Mobility Tool Plus once the measure is complete and to submit it together with the relevant documentary evidence (such as evidence of the duration of the stay).

How does one apply to study abroad under the Erasmus programme?
Interested students should please read the Erasmus Guide first of all and should then get in touch with the International Office.
Amongst other things, we will inform you where you can study abroad, how to apply, and what procedures have to be completed in order to obtain an Erasmus grant.

The selection criteria used when deciding whether to award a place to study on the Erasmus programme include factors such as the motivation, linguistic proficiency and academic performance of the applicant.

Information and application

Additional information and advice concerning the Erasmus mobility measures can be obtained from the:

German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD)
National Agency for EU Higher Education Cooperation
Kennedyallee 50
53115 Bonn
Tel.: +49(0)228/882-8877
Fax: +49(0)228/882-555
Email: erasmusatdaadPunktde
Website: www.eu.daad.de

Point of contact in the International Office

Linguistic proficiency

When submitting your application for a semester abroad, you will be required to provide evidence of a good knowledge in the teaching language of the partner university (Level B2/C1). The specific language requirements are set by the individual partner universities or exchange programmes themselves.
At many partner universities, courses are conducted in the English language.
It is however recommended to acquire a basic knowledge of the national language of the country concerned before applying, as it won’t always be possible to get by in everyday life using English.

In many cases, partner universities will test your linguistic proficiency again at the start of the semester abroad. When applying for a grant or a BAföG for study abroad, you will be required to provide evidence of your knowledge of the teaching language.

There are many ways to acquire and increase your knowledge of a language. For example, the Language Center at Nuremberg Tech offers a wide range of courses in various foreign languages, including courses preparing candidates for the TOEFL qualification.
Current evidence of linguistic proficiency that can also be obtained from the Language Center at Nuremberg Tech, are:

- language courses you have completed successfully (depending on the partner university: B2/C1 level)
- the course in Business English or Technical English (B2 level)
- the DAAD Language Certificate (C1 level)
- TOEFL (minimum score depending on the partner university and the type of test IbT, PbT, CbT)
- IELTS 6.0 - 6.5 (C1 level)

Students at our university are generally able to take part in these courses free of charge.
If you do not already have any explicit evidence of your linguistic proficiency, you can take a placement test at the Language Center and receive certification confirming your current level of linguistic proficiency. 

Students who wish to increase their linguistic proficiency through conversation with a native speaker can get in touch with suitable speakers by means of the Language Tandem programme operated by the International Office: sprachtandematth-nuernbergPunktde

The cultural and leisure activities organized by the International Office also provide an opportunity to enter into conversations with international students at Nuremberg Tech and practise the foreign language.

Furthermore, many partner universities offer intensive courses before the start of the semester and operate regular language courses in the national language during the semester itself. 

ECTS and recognition

In all cases, decisions regarding the recognition of assessments achieved abroad are taken by the examination board of the relevant Faculty. 
As a future exchange student and before commencing your studies abroad, you should clarify with the examination board of your Faculty at Nuremberg Tech which of the courses or examinations you will take at the partner university can be recognized towards your degree once you have returned. 
Please note that the provisions in the Examination Regulations concerning any deadlines must also be clarified prior to commencing any period abroad. The International Office will not accept any liability for any disadvantage you may suffer as a result of failing to follow regulations or instructions.
For students studying abroad under the Erasmus programme, the Learning Agreement should act as a guide when selecting courses and provide the highest degree of certainty that the outcomes they achieve abroad will be recognized on their return. Before commencing your stay abroad, please make sure that your Learning Agreement is signed off by the examination board of your Faculty.
You can however make changes to the Learning Agreement during the first few weeks of your semester abroad, in consultation with the examination board.

What is ECTS?
ECTS (European Credit Transfer System and Accumulation System) is a project of the European Commission that sets out to facilitate the recognition of academic outcomes achieved abroad. Individual institutions and/or faculties are able to decide whether or not to participate in the ECTS. ECTS is based on a trustful collaboration between the participating universities in Europe and is therefore governed by only a small number of rules. The fixed components of ECTS are: ECTS credits, ECTS grades, Learning Agreements and the Transcript of Records.

What are ECTS credits?
ECTS credits represent the work and effort expended by a student in connection with the course concerned. The assignment of credits to the individual courses is carried out by the universities themselves as they see fit. One semester of full-time study corresponds to 30 ECTS credits (and one year is therefore equivalent to 60 ECTS credits and one term is equivalent to 20 ECTS credits). Credits are awarded once a student has successfully completed the relevant coursework or examination. ECTS credits can only be awarded for courses that form part of a student’s enrolled degree programme.


What are ECTS grades?
The grades for a particular course are awarded in accordance with the grading system in use at the university concerned. In order to make it easy for grades to be converted into the grading system in use at the student’s home university, a descriptive ECTS grading system was developed, though it does not replace the national grading system in any way.

How does the ECTS operate?

By agreement with the ECTS Coordinator, students from participating universities can spend part of their degree programme at one of the established ECTS partner universities.
Your host university will issue you with an information package consisting of this general guide, known as the “International Student Guide”, together with the ECTS Handbook for the Faculty concerned. In the future, those handbooks will also be made available online. The handbooks contain a description of the subject area and the degree programme. They also contain details about the content of all courses offered, the credits awarded for them, the type of examination, etc.

Before the student departs, the courses the student should attend are specified precisely in the Learning Agreement drawn up between the two partner universities and their official contacts. Changes during the student’s stay abroad must be discussed with the two official contacts involved. Once the student returns to their home university, their study outcomes can be recognized by means of the “Transcript of Records”. This ensures that the student does not lose any time due to the fact that they spent time abroad.

Funding opportunities

Funding a one- or two-semester period of study abroad is not always easy, as it is often associated with additional costs. There are however a large number of grants and funding programmes that may provide you with financial support while studying abroad.

A list of selected offers is available here. When applying, make sure that you apply by the relevant deadline, that your application documents are complete, and that you meet all of the funding criteria.

Funding programmes for studying in Europe

  • Erasmus+

Funding for one or two semesters of study at one of Nuremberg Tech’s partner universities. The amount of funding is determined by the destination country, and students receiving Erasmus grants do not pay any course fees.
Information

  • Deutschlandstipendium

Only two to three per cent of students in Germany currently receive a grant. That figure is very low compared to other industrialized nations. Nuremberg Institute of Technology would like to change that and has been issuing “Germany Grants” to students since the winter semester 2011.
Information (in German)

  • BAYHOST

The Bavarian Academic Center for Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (BAYHOST) is an institution set up by all universities, universities of applied sciences and universities of the arts in Bavaria and awards grants for study and research stays, summer language courses and internships in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe.
Information

  • The GFPS grant programme

The “Gemeinschaft für studentischen Austausch in Mittel - und Osteuropa (GFPS) e.V.” (Association for Student Exchanges in Central and Eastern Europe) awards grants for periods of study in Poland and the Czech Republic.
Information

  • BFHZ

The Franco-Bavarian University Cooperation Center awards mobility allowances to students at Bavarian universities planning a period of study or taking up an internship at an institution of higher education in France.
Information

Funding programmes for studying in Asia, Australia and New Zealand

  • BayCHINA

The Bavarian University Center for China awards grants for periods of study, internships and the writing of final theses in China.
Information

  • BayIND

The Bavarian-Indian Center for Business and University Cooperation awards grants for periods of study, research stays and summer schools in India.
Information

  • Institut Ranke-Heinemann

Full or partial grants, and grants to cover travel costs for a period of study in Australia or New Zealand
Information

  • GOstralia!

Full or partial grants, and grants to cover travel costs for a period of study in Australia

Dates vary, depending on the issuing university
Information

Funding programmes for study in North, Central or South America

  • Fulbright

The German-American Fulbright Commission awards grants for periods of study at US universities and grants to cover travel costs.
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  • Institut Ranke-Heinemann

Grants for a period of study in Canada
Information

  • BAYLAT

The Bavarian Academic Center for Latin America awards grants for periods of study, internships, and the writing of final theses in Latin America.
Information

Funding programmes for study worldwide

  • PROMOS: A programme to enhance student mobility

Grants and travel cost allowances for periods of study or internships for students from Nuremberg Tech, worldwide. These are issued by the International Office at Nuremberg Tech.
Information and how to apply

  • Fonds Hochschule International

The Bavarian State Ministry of Sciences, Research and the Arts awards grants to encourage students to undertake periods of study or internships abroad. The grant is awarded by the International Office at Nuremberg Tech.
Requirement: The grant is awarded based on need. Students must have completed all of their basic modules and have achieved a good academic performance.

Application must be made before the stay abroad begins.
Information

  • DAAD

The German Academic Exchange Service is the first port of call when it comes to organizing periods of study abroad. It provides a database of grants, ranging from grants for a full year in any country and any subject, grants for combined study and internships abroad, grants for language courses, etc.
Information

  • Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes (German Academic Scholarship Foundation)

This organization awards grants for periods of study and research, as well as for internships abroad (Europe, Asia, USA)
Information

  • The MyStipendium grants database

An extensive database listing funding opportunities and grants for periods spent abroad
Information

  • Associations providing grants for outstanding students

These award grants and provide study support for periods spent abroad
Information

Funding by means of BAföG for study abroad and loans

  • BAföG for study abroad

Even students who are not entitled to receive BAföG in Germany can in some cases apply for BAföG for study abroad. Over and above the funding provided to students studying in Germany, BAföG for study abroad can also include allowances for travel costs, health insurance, and a supplement for studying abroad. Different BAföG abroad offices are responsible for awarding grants, depending on the destination country.

Applications must be submitted at least 6 months before the stay abroad commences.
Information     

  • Educational loan

The German Federal Government has set up a system of educational loans for students undertaking advanced level studies: a total loan amount of 1,000 euros to 7,200 euros, optionally available in 24 monthly instalments of 100 euros, 200 euros or 300 euros, a very favourable interest rate, simple to apply for online, repayments are not required until four years after the first amount was paid out, and a low monthly repayment rate amounting to 120 euros
Information  

  • Study loan from KfW Bank

The KfW Banking Group issues study loans for studies and internships (including abroad) during the advanced stage of the degree programme.
Information

Applying

At present, Nuremberg Institute of Technology has around 160 cooperation agreements in place with international partner universities for the purposes of student exchanges, approximately 80 of which are financed by the EU’s Erasmus education programme.

All normally enrolled students at Nuremberg Institute of Technology are entitled to apply for a study place on our exchange programmes. Such exchange visits will be for a duration of between three and twelve months, depending on the programme involved. As part of these programmes, you may also write your final thesis during your time abroad. While studying abroad, you will continue to be enrolled at our university.  

All applications for study places submitted in connection with exchange programmes are processed via the Nuremberg Institute of Technology’s International Office. 

Please approach the International Office and the appropriate academic coordinator within your faculty in good time in order to obtain information concerning partner universities and possible funding opportunities, and to submit your application. Where possible, it is important that you begin planning your study abroad a year in advance of the commencement of your planned stay abroad.

Applications for an exchange place at a partner university must be submitted to the International Office:

applications for the winter semester 2020/2021 must be submitted no later than 31 January 2020 

applications for the summer semester 2021 must be submitted no later than 31 July 2020


  • APPLICATION FORM (please do not complete by hand)
    to be signed by the relevant project coordinator for your first-choice partner university
  • A letter of application written in the relevant teaching language of your first-choice partner university
  • CV in table format and in the relevant teaching language, together with a photo 
  • Evidence of proficiency in the relevant national or teaching language of your first-choice partner university
  • Current transcript of records
  • Copy of your current certificate of study

On your application form, you should always indicate at least two alternatives to your first-choice partner university.

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Please scan your application documents as a PDF file, ensuring that they are complete and clearly legible, and send them to us via email.

Please understand that applications can only be accepted if they are complete.

Candidates will be selected by the International Office by agreement with the relevant academic coordinator. Around four to six weeks after the closing date for applications, you will be informed whether you have been nominated for a suitable study place.
Before commencing your stay abroad, you should also familiarize yourself with the situation in your host country.
Amongst other organizations, the DAAD (https://www.daad.de/de/) and the German Federal Foreign Office (https://www.auswaertiges-amt.de/de) provide useful information on their websites.

FAQ

Can I complete a semester abroad at a higher education institution abroad that is not a partner university of Nuremberg Tech?

In the case of institutions that are not partner universities of Nuremberg Tech, you must submit your application yourself as what is known as a “free mover”. To do that, you must contact the institution you want to attend, for example their International Office, and ask whether it accepts non-degree-seeking free movers for a period of one semester (and if so, subject to what conditions).

In such cases, you will need to make degree-programme specific agreements yourself and will largely be responsible for solving administrative issues yourself.

What are the semester dates at the university’s partner institutions abroad?

In many cases, the semester dates at partner institutions abroad differ from the semester dates at Nuremberg Tech. At many partner universities, the Autumn/Fall Term (equivalent to our winter semester) starts as early as August/September and the Spring Term (the equivalent of our summer semester) begins as soon as January/February. It may therefore be the case that a study semester can only be taken in either the winter or summer semester, as the start of the semester coincides with our examination phase. What is more, the compulsory orientation event at the partner university will take place before the start of the semester.

Please visit the homepages of the individual partner universities for details about semester dates, or consult the faculty-specific overview of partner institutions.

Where can I live?

Generally speaking, exchange students are accommodated in halls of residence belonging to the partner university, assuming sufficient places are available. If students cannot or do not wish to be accommodated in a hall of residence, the International Office at the partner university will help the exchange student find private accommodation.

Where can I find testimonials from previous outgoing exchange students?

Testimonials from previous outgoing exchange students can be found on the Nuremberg Tech intranet.

What are the deadlines for applications for a semester abroad?

Applications to spend a semester at a partner university can be submitted at two times during the year. Application documents must be submitted to the International Office in full by email only, in time for the following deadlines:

• For the subsequent winter semester: 31 January
• For the subsequent summer semester: 31 July

What documents must I submit?

You must attach the following documents to your application:

  • The application form (please do not complete by hand), signed by the relevant Project Coordinator for your first-choice partner university

  • A letter of application written in the relevant teaching language of your first-choice partner university

  • CV in table format and in the relevant teaching language, together with a photo 

  • Evidence of proficiency in the relevant national or teaching language of your first-choice partner university

  • Current transcript of records

  • Copy of your current certificate of study

Please scan your application documents as a PDF file, ensuring that they are complete and clearly legible, and send them to us via email. Please name the file as follows: Surname_Forename_University applied for_Desired semester.pdf. Example: Schmidt_Klara_TecdeMonterrey_SoSe2019.pdf

Where can I find information about partner institutions?

In the first instance, please visit the homepage of the International Office (IO) to find out which partner institutions have cooperation agreements with your Faculty. You can also obtain valuable and useful information (subject selection, travel tips, etc.) from the homepages of the partner institutions themselves and from testimonials from students who have already been abroad.

How is the stay abroad funded?

If you are spending a semester at one of Nuremberg Tech’s Erasmus partner universities within the EU, you can obtain an Erasmus grant. Once you have successfully applied to spend a semester studying at an Erasmus partner university, the IO will give you all of the information and documents that you need to apply for an Erasmus grant. If you are spending a semester studying outside the Erasmus+ programme, you will not receive any grant directly associated with the university place you have obtained. You are however able to request a grant via the BAföG for study abroad or via a grants programme. A list of selected funding opportunities can be found on the homepage of the International Office.

Will I need to pay course fees?

If you can be placed as an exchange student at one of our partner universities, you will be exempt from course fees by virtue of the cooperation agreement. Exceptions to this apply in the USA, Australia, and South Africa. In individual cases, please clarify with the relevant country officer what fees will be payable at your desired university.

What courses can I choose?

In most cases, the partner university will only send you a list of courses available during your semester abroad once you have made your application. We recommend that before making your application, you look on the website of the partner university to find out the courses currently available to exchange students. Generally speaking, the list of courses offered to exchange students changes only little.

What must I do to have my studies recognized?

In all cases, decisions regarding the recognition of assessments achieved abroad are taken by the examination board of your degree programme. As a future exchange student and before commencing your semester abroad, you should clarify with the examination board of your degree programme at Nuremberg Tech which of the outcomes you will have achieved at the partner university can be recognized once you have returned. In many cases, the examination boards also have lists of courses at the partner university that have already been recognized in the past.
For those courses to be recognized, the examination board will require full descriptions of the modules of the individual courses at the partner university. Please note that the provisions in the Examination Regulations concerning any deadlines must also be clarified prior to commencing any period abroad.

Will I need to prove my linguistic proficiency before the start of the semester abroad?

Yes, valid evidence of linguistic proficiency forms part of the full application.

Under the Erasmus programme, you are required to provide evidence of linguistic proficiency in the relevant teaching language at a minimum of B2 level. Internal language courses taken at university (such as Business English or English for Technicians) count for that purpose. Please ask the Language Center to issue a confirmation of participation (in English). If you can provide evidence of linguistic proficiency at a higher level (such as TOEFL, IELTS, DAAD language certificate, etc.), this can also be used. Any statements of linguistic proficiency listed on your high-school diploma certificate cannot be accepted as part of your application.

If you do not already have any evidence of your linguistic proficiency, you can take a placement test at the Language Center and receive certification confirming your current level of linguistic proficiency.
For all other cooperation agreements with universities, it is the case that: The Exchange Coordinator in the IO will be able to tell you what evidence of linguistic proficiency is required and what minimum level applies. In the case of the English language, the most usual types of evidence are

• TOEFL (minimum score depending on the type of test IbT, PbT, CbT) (www.toefl.org)

• IELTS 6.0 – 6.5

• DAAD Language Certificate (C1 level)

 

The partner university will decide what proof of linguistic proficiency is required.

When will I find out whether I will receive a place abroad?

Once the closing date for applications has passed, we will process the applications we have received. We will inform you within 3-5 weeks whether you will be able to do an exchange with the partner university of your choice. After that, we will nominate you at the partner university. This means that we will inform the partner university that we will be placing you as an exchange student.
If we are unable to nominate you, we will provide you with an alternative suggestion, if necessary.

What will happen once I have successfully been nominated by Nuremberg Tech?

Once you have been nominated by the IO, we will inform the partner universities and will inform you soon afterwards what additional documents and information the partner university requires for your ongoing application (external application). You will receive detailed information about this directly from the partner university or from the IO, once you have been nominated. Once your application documents have been submitted to the partner university in full, you will receive a letter of acceptance from the host university in good time before the start of your semester abroad.

How do I apply for the Erasmus grant?

Almost all of Nuremberg Tech’s partner universities located within the EU form part of the Erasmus programme. When you apply for a place to study at one of Nuremberg Tech’s Erasmus partner universities, the IO will send you additional documentation and information about how to apply for an Erasmus grant, once you have been successfully nominated.

Country desk for Australia, Europe (Erasmus+ programme)

Country desk for Africa and Asia

Country desk for North, Central and South America, Russia and Ukraine