Erasmus+ International
with non-European partner countries

Erasmus+ International (KA 107) is the extension of Erasmus+ (KA 103) to non-European partner universities and enables the promotion of mobilities for studies, teaching as well as further education and training with selected universities.

Erasmus+ International

Erasmus+ International (KA 171) enables the promotion of mobilities for study, teaching and further and continuing education with selected universities.

For the academic year 2024/25 we expect scholarships to be available again. The website will be updated soon

Requirements for applying for an Erasmus+ International Scholarship are:

  • a successful application for an exchange place within the exchange programs of the TU Darmstadt and
  • Your future host university must be one of the partner universities funded in Erasmus+ International (see overview below).

Only if both requirements are met, you can additionally apply for a scholarship with us.

Disposal framework in the funding period 01.08.2020 – 31.07.2023
Israel
  • Technion – Israel Institute of Technology
  • Interdisciplinary Center (IDC) Herzliya
  • The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Russia
  • Saint Petersburg State University of Economics and Finance
  • Saint Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics
  • St. Petersburg Polytechnic University
  • Tomsk Polytechnic University

Procedure, application and scholarship amounts

  1. Application for an exchange place at TU Darmstadt.
  2. Invitation to apply for Erasmus+ International funding will be sent automatically after you have been accepted for an exchange place.
  3. Timely submission of your application documents to the International Relations Office.
  4. Acceptance or rejection by the International Relations Office.
  5. Submission of the required Erasmus+ International documents to the International Relations Office.

The invitation to apply for an Erasmus+ International Scholarship will be sent by targeted e-mail in March and in October.

Applicants will be informed about the outcome of their application in June and December.

Attention: Unfortunately we can only award a few scholarships. Therefore, when choosing a partner university to study abroad, several criteria should play a role and not only the potential Erasmus+ International funding.

Funding is provided for study residencies as follows:

  • Individual support: 700,- €/month
  • The subsidy for travel costs varies depending on the destination country (see table).

Please note that we have limited budgets and cannot fund all applicants.

Distance (km) Travel allowance (€) Countries
100-499 180
500-1999 275 Russia
2000-2999 360 Israel
3000-3999 530
4000-7999 820 USA
>8000 1500 Brazil, China, Taiwan

The scholarship will be paid in two installments. The first installment consists of 70% of the stipend and 100% of the travel expenses and will be paid at the beginning of the fellowship once all required documentation is received.

The second installment consists of 30% of the stipend and will be paid at the end of the fellowship once all required documentation has been received.

To receive payment of the scholarship, please submit the following documents by email to the International Relations Department :

Before the stay

  • Grant Agreement: this document will be emailed to students. Unlike the other documents, the original signed versionof this document must be submitted to the International Relations Office prior to departure.
  • Learning Agreement (part “Before the mobility”) including attachments (by e-mail).

As soon as the Grant Agreement and the Learning Agreement (part “Before the mobility”) are available, the first installment can be paid.

During the stay

  • Confirmation of Stay: At the beginning of the stay (start of funding as in the Grant Agreement +/- 5 working days) have it signed by the responsible person at the host university.
  • Learning Agreement: In case of changes to the Learning Agreement, the “During the Mobility” part of the form must be completed and submitted (via email) by 5 weeks after the start of the stay. Please note that the courses in the Learning Agreement must match the courses in the later Transcript of Records.
  • EU-Survey („Participant Report“) for the European Commission. Access data will be automatically sent to students by the EU database +/- 30 days before departure date. The Survey must be completed online.
    • Sender: replies-will-be-discarded@ec.europa.eu
    • Subject: Erasmus+ individual participant report request
  • Confirmation of Stay: At the end of the stay (end of funding as in the Grant Agreement +/- 5 working days) have it signed by the responsible person at the host university and submit it by e-mail to the International Relations Office.
  • Experience report (by e-mail)

As soon as the Learning Agreement (part “During the mobility”), the Confirmation of Stay, the Field Report and the Survey are available, the second installment can be paid.

After the stay

  • Transcript of Records of the host university (if possible with indication of ECTS credits). Please note that the courses in the Transcript of Records of the host university must correspond to the courses in the Learning Agreement (part “Before the mobility” or “During the mobility”) (by e-mail).
  • EU-Survey („Recognition Report“) – recognition of academic achievements – for the European Commission. Access data will be automatically sent to students by the EU database 45 days after the end of the mobility. The survey must be completed online.
  • Confirmation of recognition of achievements from the TU department (by e-mail).

You will receive more detailed information about the mentioned documents by e-mail.

What is Erasmus+?

Erasmus+ is the European Union's education, youth and sport programme. Find out more on the European Commission's website.

Download PDF documents:

Erasmus+ University Charter (opens in new tab)

Erasmus+ Student Charter (opens in new tab)