Wageningen University and Research participates in the exchange program of the European Union, called Erasmus+. On this page you can find some information about this program.
Wageningen University participates in the exchange program of the European Union (Erasmus+). Based on this program you can visit a large number of universities in the programme countries. Next to this, you can apply for a grant for both study exchange as well as for doing an (compusory or voluntary) internship/thesis in the programme countries (both during your studies ánd after graduation).
Once you are back in Wageningen after an Erasmus+ exchange the student administration will integrate the grades you obtained abroad in the Dutch system. Because within the European Union a standard grade conversion system was agreed upon, this is an easy procedure.
Wageningen University also has exchange agreements with non-EU universities, but exchange to these countries is not part of the Erasmus+ programme (and no grant or travel allowance is provided by through the study abroad office). Other options for studying abroad can be found here.
|Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia||Malta||Norway||Poland||Portugal|
*NOTE: Switzerland is not in the programme
** Subject to change
|Anguilla||Bermuda||British Antarctic Territory||British Indian Ocean Territory|
|British Virgin Islands||Cayman Islands||French Polynesia||French Southern -and Antarctic Territories|
|Montserrat||New Caledonia and Dependencies||Pitcairn||Saint Barthelemy|
|South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands||Saint Helena||Ascension Island||Tristan da Cunha|
|St. Pierre and Miquelon||Turks and Caicos Islands||Wallis and Futuna Islands|
In the Erasmus Charter and Policy Statement you can get more information about the Erasmus agreement for Higher Education and the rights and regulations of students participating in the Erasmus+ program.