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The success story of the Erasmus program is now entering a new chapter. Erasmus+ is providing a total of 14.8 billion euros for European students from 2014 to 2020, and 4 million people are supposed to benefit from the program. Erasmus+ will also be a central component of our activities abroad in the future.

The University of Potsdam has already successfully submitted an application for Key Campaign I, which covers individual mobility for students and employees, to cover the entire program period. The EU has awarded us the European Charter for Higher Education (ECHE). This was done on the basis of a European policy statement that we submitted with the application.

All of the measures associated with Key Campaign I - study abroad for students, teaching abroad and personal mobility for employees from technological and administrative units - are brought together in the International Office.

Key Campaigns II and III also cover different project-related measures that can be applied for either centrally by the University or through individual departments. The Division 1: Planning, Statistics and Research Affairs is your first port of call as soon as the calls for proposals are published. For more information, please, refer to this page.

Erasmus+ Europe

Student Mobilities

The Erasmus + program funds student mobilities at European partner institutions that have an inter-institutional agreement with the University of Potsdam.

Internships Abroad

The "LEONARDO-Büro" Brandenburg is responsible for Erasmus+ Internships Abroad in State of Brandenburg.

Information for Incomings

Information for international Erasmus+ students studying abroad at the University of Potsdam that pertains to the course and organization of their studies.

for Teachers and Scientists

The Erasmus+ program funds teaching assignments at European partner institutions that have an inter-institutional agreement with the University of Potsdam.

for Staff

The Erasmus + program offers administrative and technical services employees the opportunity to engage in continuing education at European partner institutions.

Here you will an overview of our Erasmus+ Coordinators at the Faculties.