The Erasmus+ programme is a European programme from the European Commission for mobility of higher education in Europe. Erasmus+ will give students the chance to study, train and undertake work experience abroad with the aim of boosting skills and employability. Erasmus+ will also support transnational partnerships among Education and Training to foster cooperation and bridge the worlds of Education and work in order to tackle the skills gaps we are facing in Europe.
Aeres University of Applied Sciences, has been awarded an Ersamus+ charter for the period 2014–2020. More information about Erasmus+ charter and policy statement.
This means that the university is able to participate in European programmes, send students and staff members to, and receive students and staff from, higher education institutions across Europe on study, training, teaching or work shadowing visits (provided that the institution is also in receipt of the Erasmus University Charter).
Aeres University of Applied Sciences takes part in this Erasmus+ programme for incoming and outgoing students. We cooperate with over 50 partner universities.
All records of modules are administered according to the EC system. After one semester in a course, students’ progress and results are assessed in a meeting of the lecturers teaching and assessing the course. This meeting is meant to identify students with possible progress problems. At the end of the course , students’ progress and results are assessed again. The award of a degree or diploma and pertinent qualification follows the award of all course credits leading to that award.
Find out more about the ECTS - guide.
International courses for students of our partner universities start end of August for the duration of one semester. Applications for starting in the second (spring) semester are not possible.