Your Erasmus+ coordinators will tell you which application documents you need to submit. Usually, this will include the general application form as well as a transcript of records and a language certificate, if applicable.
Students of Romance Studies please use the application form available on the website.
Please note: After you receive an acceptance notification from the Erasmus+ coordinator, please register online via the application portal, print out the declaration of acceptance and have it signed by the subject coordinator.
(OLA, compulsory from 2022/23)
(for Erasmus+ nominees; only necessary if the host university requires this documentation; please note the further instructions in the document!)
(please submit this document with original wet signature)
(Appendix II Grant Agreement) The appendix is a fixed component of the Grant Agreement, but does not need to be attached to it as a printout.
(Appendix III Grant Agreement) The appendix is a fixed component of the Grant Agreement, but does not need to be attached to it as a printout. Your rights and obligations as an Erasmus+ student are regulated by the EU in the "Erasmus+ Student Charter".
Further information on the Erasmus+ program is on the websites of the European Union
Further information on the Erasmus+ program is also available on the websites of the DAAD, which manages the Erasmus+ program in Germany.
You will find all the necessary information on ECTS here.
The exact duration of the stay at the host university must be documented by each Erasmus+ participant by means of a confirmation from the host university.
You can use this template if the partner university does not issue its own transcript. The Transcript of Records serves as proof of the achievements completed at the host university. After completing your studies abroad, you will submit this transcript of records to the Examining Board of your academic department at the University of Potsdam for recognition of your academic achievements.
Application for reimbursement of language course costs
Print the form, fill out the first page and bring it to the language test at ZESSKO. On this website, you can find further information on the DAAD language certificate.