The University of Sheffield has around 300 Erasmus+ exchange agreements with over 190 universities across Europe
Erasmus+ is a European Commission programme that allows you to study at the University of Sheffield for a semester or a year as part of your degree
Life in Sheffield
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In order for you to be able to apply, your home university must have an active Erasmus+ exchange agreement with the corresponding academic department in Sheffield and have nominated you for a place in good time for the application deadline.Exchange links> English language requirements> Visa requirements> The application process>
Once you've been accepted
If you have been nominated to come to the University of Sheffield as an Erasmus+ student, all our internal dates and deadlines as well as information on applying for housing, registration procedures and how to get to Sheffield can be found here.Dates and deadlines> Choosing your modules> The learning agreement> Accommodation>
If you are interested in undertaking a work placement at the University of Sheffield, you will need to contact the department that you wish to work in directly.
Facilities and support at Sheffield
We aim to provide a secure, friendly and academically stimulating environment. Whether you're with us for a semester or a year, your contribution to campus life is valued, and your welfare is important to us. A team of advisers in Student Support and Guidance works closely with colleagues throughout the University and the Union of Students to provide the best possible services for you.