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ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME

Erasmus+ represents one of the success stories of the European Union. Since 1987, it funds mobilities of students, professors and university employees. Until 2020, round about two million students will have benefited from the Erasmus+ programme.

Placements for the Erasmus+ programme are coordinated by the faculty coordinators. The International Office also provides general information about programme partners, partner institutions, and contact details.


KEY FACTS ABOUT ERASMUS+

  • numerous partner universities in Europe
  • Exchange possible in Bachelors' and Masters' programmes as well as in doctoral studies
  • one or two semesters (depending on the number and occupancy of places at the partner university)
  • grants available
  • support with organisational and academic supervision
  • a waiver of tuition fees at the partner university
  • academic credit transfer of your work abroad

APPLICATION FOR A STAY ABROAD IN THE ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME

The application procedure consists of several steps and requires a few months' notice. Before you apply,  seek advice from the exchange coordinator. Here, you will also get information on other exchange programmes.

Application procedure and deadlines

  • Application to the exchange coordinator (by mid-January)

    For a place in the Erasmus programme for the following winter semester or the next summer semester, submit a written application along with the following documents:

    • Brief letter of motivation
    • Current transcripts
    • University of choice, and at least two possible alternative destinations
    • Proof of your language skills in the intended language of instruction

    Please send your application to the respective exchange coordinator (Civil Engineering or Geodesy and Geoinformatics).

  • Selection of candidates (until 5 February)

    Selection of Erasmus students by the exchange coordinators

    If the number of places available at individual universities are too few, we try to find suitable places at other universities in consultation with the applicants. You will then receive a notification from us as to whether you have received a place.

  • Application via online form (until 15 February)

    The selected students must apply online at the website of the International Office of Leibniz University Hannover until 15 February.

    application form

  • Nomination at the partner university

    The International Office or the Exchange Coordinators inform the partner universities about the candidacy of the selected students (nomination). The partner universities then inform the students about the further application procedure and the application deadlines. In exceptional cases, you might have to ask the partner university for this information yourself or look for information on the partner university's website.

  • Application to partner university

    The nominated students independently apply to the partner university as "Erasmus exchange students". Normally, the official admission of the students by the partner university follows.

  • Application for mobility grant (by 15 July)

    Submit the following documents to the International Office:

    • Printed online form,
    • Copy of the admission letter from the host university,
    • Declaration of acceptance of the mobility grant in the International Office for the application for financial support (approx. 150€ to 252€ per month, depending on the country category),
    • Copy of the Learning Agreement signed by the home and host universities,
    • Notification to the tax office in duplicate.

ERASMUS+ PROGRAMME CIVIL ENGINEERING

The following ERASMUS partner universities are available for students of civil engineering. For further information please contact the exchange coordinators of the faculty or the International Office

Erasmus-Programm Bauingenieurwesen
UniversityCountryPlacementsB.Sc.    M.Sc.    PhD.    comment
Technische Universität PragCzech Republic1Yes Yes Yes
Aalborg UniversitetDenmark2 Yes
University of Southern DenmarkDenmark  2 Yes Yes
UPC BarcelonaSpain3 Yes Yes
Universidad de Salamanca, Campus ÁvilaSpain3 Yes Yes
Aalto University, EspooFinland2 Yes Yes
ENGEES Strasbourg France

2

Yes Yes
ENS Paris Saclay, Cachan France 2 Yes Yes Yes
Université Grenoble Alpes, GrenobleFrance1 Yes Yes
Université d’OrleansFrance1 Yes Yes
University of the AegeanGreece3 Yes Yes Yes Marine Sciences  
Università di BolognaItaly1 Yes
Universität CagliariItaly1 Yes Yes
Seconda Università degli Studi, NeapelItaly2 Yes Yes
Universitetet i AgderNorway2 Yes Yes
Instituto Politécnico de BejaPortugal2 Yes Yes
Politechnika Gdanska Poland 2 Yes Yes
Politechnika Poznanska Poland 2 Yes Yes
Politechnika Slaska GliwicePoland2 Yes Yes
Chalmers Universität GöteborgSweden2 Yes
Luleå University of TechnologySweden1 Yes Yes
Universität BratislavaSlowakia3 Yes Yes
University of ZilinaSlowakia3 Yes Yes Yes
Çankaya Üniversitesi, AnkaraTurkey2 Yes Yes
University of BristolUnited Kingdom1 Yes for winter semester
Technische Universität TrondheimNorway2 Yes

Windenergie-Ingenieurwesen

Universitet Uppsala, Campus Gotland, VisbySweden2 Yes Yes Windenergie-Ingenieurwesen  

ERASMUS PARTNER UNIVERSITIES GEODESY AND GEOINFORMATICS

The following ERASMUS partner universities are available for students of geodesy and geoinformatics.  For further information please contact the exchange coordinators of the faculty or the International Office.

UniversityCountryPlacementesB.Sc.    M.Sc.    PhD.    

Universitat Politècnica de Valencia

Spain2Yes Yes
Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (Barcelona) Spain 2 Yes Yes Yes
Ecole Nationale des Sciences Géographiques (Marne la Vallée (Paris)) France2
Budapesti Muszaki es Gazdasagtudomanyi Egyetem Hungary2 Yes Yes Yes
Universita degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza" Italy2 Yes Yes
Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy we Wroclwiu (Breslau) Poland2 Yes Yes Yes
Universitatea Tehnica de Constructii Bucuresti (Technical University of Bucharest), Facultatea de Geodezie Romania1 Yes Yes Yes
Aalto University School of Engineering Finland2 Yes Yes
Istanbul Teknik Üniversitesi (Istanbul Technical University) Turkey2 Yes Yes Yes
Yildiz Teknik Universitesi (Yildiz Technical University), Geodesy and Photogrammetry Engineering Department Turkey1 Yes Yes Yes
Newcastle UniversityUnited Kingdom3 Yes v
Politechnika Warszawska Poland2
Hacettepe University (Ankara) Turkey2 Yes Yes

Exchange Coordination, Civil Engineering

Exchange Coordinator

Dr.-Ing. Khalid Abdel-Rahman, M. Sc.
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Prof. Dr.-Ing. Martin Achmus

Exchange Coordination, Geodetic Science and Geoinformatics

Exchange Coordinator

Dipl.-Ing. Tanja Grönefeld
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Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Christian Heipke
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