ERASMUS+

EU programme for assisting general and professional education

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Study at FOM with Erasmus+

Become part of Europe’s largest exchange programme

Are you studying at a foreign European university and would like to complete one or two semesters in Germany? If your university has a partnership agreement with FOM University of Applied Sciences, it will be possible to do this. As part of the “European Community Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students”, you have the opportunity to study at one of 35 FOM centres across Germany for up to one year. The benefit to you: you will be approved in a simplified process at the FOM and will not pay any student fees for your visit. There is also an option to receive a monthly bursary from the European Commission via the university in your home country. 

At a glance

FOM Partner Universities

Masaryk University
Brünn
 

UCL Odense
Odense
 

University of Sopron
Sopron 
 

Fontys Internationale Hogeschool Economie
Venlo
 

ISLA Santarém
Santarém

 

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Erasmus+ grant

Financial bursary for your study visit

With Erasmus+  the European Commission now funds, among other things, study visits in 33 programme countries. The programme is aimed at bachelor's and master's students as well as postgraduates of all disciplines and types of higher education. Erasmus+ grants are awarded by the home university for a duration of at least 2 months to a maximum of 12 months within an academic year. 

How to apply for an Erasmus+ semester at FOM

The following requirements must be met for you to participate

  • Your home university has signed an Erasmus+ agreement regarding student mobility with FOM University of Applied Sciences
  • You must be enrolled in a course of study at your university in your home country.
  • Depending on the course's modules, the lectures will take place in English or German. You should therefore have sufficient ability in the relevant language.
  • Your home university has nominated you for an Erasmus+ study abroad at FOM

 

Application at FOM (Student mobility)

If you are interested in a stay at FOM, please contact the Erasmus+ coordinators at your home university – if you have not already done so – regarding the organizational procedure.

After your home university has nominated you at FOM you will receive information about the application process, course availability, housing etc. from us.

Nomination deadline: 20th of May for fall semesters and 20th of October for spring semesters

Application deadline: 15th of July for fall semesters and 20th of December for spring semesters

The application consists of the application form, a proof of insurance and the complete Online Learning Agreement. All documents must be sent to the FOM Erasmus+ coordinator.

Please find the application form below:

Erasmus_Incoming_Students_Application.pdf
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Download application form

You can choose any of our 35 study centers in Germany for your Erasmus+ student mobility at FOM:

Aachen | Arnsberg | Augsburg | Berlin | Bochum | Bonn | Bremen | Dortmund | Duisburg | Düsseldorf | Essen | Frankfurt a. M. | Gütersloh | Hagen | Hamburg | Hannover | Herne | Karlsruhe | Kassel | Koblenz | Köln | Leipzig | Mainz | Mannheim | Marl | München | Münster | Neuss | Nürnberg | Oberhausen | Saarbrücken | Siegen | Stuttgart | Wesel | Wuppertal 

Erasmus+ student can choose from all study programmes offered at FOM (please mind that it depends on the study center, which programmes are offered).

Here you can find the Bachelor and Master programmes:
Bachelor-Studium (fom.de)
Master-Studium (fom.de)

Please note that not all degree programmes offer modules in English.

For course availabilities in the individual study centers and curricula please contact the Erasmus+ coordinator of FOM.

Spring term: 1. March – 31. August
Fall term: 1. September – 28. February

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Your accommodation while studying

Living in Germany

It is not always easy looking for somewhere to stay. The International Office will support you with advice on all questions regarding the search for accommodation even before your arrival. Please first decide which study centre you would like to study at and start looking for accommodation as early as possible.

Your contact

If you have any questions regarding your stay at FOM, please contact the Erasmus+ coordinator.  

Lea Rühmann M.A.
Erasmus+ Coordinator
+49 201 81004-162
lea.ruehmann@fom.de

Staff mobility at FOM

FOM gladly accepts staff mobilities (both for teaching and training) from staff employed by our partner universities. If you are interested in a staff mobility at FOM, please contact the Erasmus+ coordinator of the university you are employed at as well as the FOM Erasmus+ coordinator.

If our universities have a respective agreement, we are happy to welcome you at FOM. Our Erasmus+ coordinator will let you know about possible timeframes and activity formats of your staff mobility.

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Information and advice

For further information and advice on Erasmus+ mobility measures, please contact:

Deutschen Akademischen Austauschdienst (DAAD)
Nationale Agentur für EU-Hochschulzusammenarbeit

Tel.: +49(0)800 2014 020
Fax: +49(0)228 882 555

Kennedyallee 50
53115 Bonn

erasmus@daad.de
eu.daad.de

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This project has been funded with support from the European Commission. This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.