European Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students
What does ERASMUS mean?
ERASMUS is part of the EU-Program "Lifelong Learning",
it means 'European Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students'.
With the help of the ERASMUS-Program the exchange of students, lecturers and staff members at universities in EU Member States as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Turkey will be promoted. The financial resources can be used by all subject areas starting from the early study stage till doctorate.
Particularly ERASMUS affords
- studies at a partner university abroad between 3 and 12 months
- practical experience in a company | institution in the countries mentioned above
For more detailed information on ERASMUS+ please visit
Why study abroad with ERASMUS?
The home institution supports the professional and linguistical preparation for the stay abroad. Most of the host universities assist with finding accomodation, participation in cultural events and so on.
The student is exempted from tuition fees at the host university and can receive a grant for financing the stay abroad. For some course achievements at the host university the student can earn credits for the home institution.
Which universities abroad are suitable for a student at our institute?
The institute of mathematics has bilateral agreements with the following universities:
- University of West Bohemia in Pilsen (Czech Republic)
- University of Southern Denmark in Odense (Denmark)
- University of Bordeaux (France)
- Linköping University (Sweden)
- Lund University (Sweden)
- Umea University (Sweden)
- Yildiz Technical University in Istanbul (Turkey)
If you are interested in studying abroad at one of these universities, contact our Erasmus+Coordinator, Prof. J. Roßmann (Office Hours).
Further information can be found at
Students from abroad, who are interested in a guest study at the university of Rostock should look at