What is Erasmus+?

Wageningen University and Research participates in the exchange program of the European Union, called Erasmus+. On this page you can find 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 (compulsory or voluntary) internship/thesis in the programme countries (both during your studies and after graduation).

Once you are back in Wageningen after an Erasmus+ exchange period, the student administration (SSC) will include 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 partner universities, and now is possible to apply for an Erasmus+ grant if you go for study exchange to one of these destinations. However, there is no travel allowance provided. Other options for studying abroad can be found here.

Erasmus+ programme countries
Austria Belgium Bulgaria Croatia Cyprus
Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France
Germany Greece Hungary Iceland Ireland
Italy Latvia Liechtenstein Lithuania Luxembourg
North Macedonia Malta Norway Poland Portugal
Romenia Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Spain
Sweden Turkey United Kingdom**

*NOTE: Switzerland is not in the programme. However,you can apply for a grant through the Swiss grant program Movetia.

** Subject to change

Also the overseas territories are part of the Erasmus+ program
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.