Erasmus+ is a European Commission programme that allows you to study, work or teach in another European country as part of your degree.

Erasmus+ is a great opportunity to spend between 2 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

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30 years of Erasmus+

We're celebrating 30 years of the Erasmus+ programme at the University of Sheffield. Watch videos from staff and students who have participated and read about their life-changing experiences.

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Sheffield students

Erasmus+ is open to UG, PG and Doctoral students. 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.

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Students from overseas (Europe only)

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.

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Students from overseas (Non-Europe)

If you are from a university not in Europe and would like to study on one of our exchange programmes, please see our Study Abroad information.

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