Erasmus+ is an educational program established by the European Union that gives students the chance to spend part of their studies at another higher education institution or with an organisation in Europe.
Studying abroad with Erasmus+
When thinking about studying abroad you should first make up your mind about some preconditions. Please consider our page Plan Your Exchange to make sure you know what to expect and what possibilities you have to go abroad.
The study program is based on agreements between the Faculty of Physics and the faculties of the respective partner universities. You may want to find out more about the agreements the Faculty of Physics has with other universities: look through our Table of Partner Universities to check out your possible destinations within the Erasmus+ Program.
Traineeship abroad with Erasmus+
Erasmus+ helps you gain valuable experience in the workplace by supporting traineeships abroad. For more information about traineeships abroad visit the webpage of LMU's Career Service or the official Erasmus+ website Traineeships for Students.