Erasmus - study, work or teach in Europe
Erasmus is the European Commission's exchange programme that enables students in 33 European countries to study, work or teach for part of their degree in another country.
Why join the Erasmus programme?
Erasmus is a great opportunity to spend between 3 and 12 months in another European country, and have it count towards your degree.
You get to experience another culture and a new way of looking at your subject. You can make new friends and grow as a person.
Students from Europe coming to study at Sheffield (incoming students)
The University of Sheffield has around 300 Erasmus exchange agreements with over 190 universities across Europe.
If you'd like to come and study here you should first contact the Erasmus Co-ordinator at your own university for initial information and procedures.
Sheffield students studying, working or teaching in Europe (outgoing students)
The Erasmus programme is open to undergraduates and postgraduates. If you're interested in studying, working or teaching in Europe you'll first need to check that your department participates in the scheme.
Erasmus is open to the majority of disciplines, but opportunities will depend on the agreements your department has made and what degree programme you are on.