Exchange Opportunities


NEW: Application package

Fill out and submit the online application form
Upload all required documents (make sure to have signed where necessary)
• Study Plan
• Motivation Letter
• CV
Transcript of Records (Unofficial copy accepted)
Make sure that your 2 Letters of Recommendation have been sent to the Erasmus Office only by the recommender to, with a subject: "Recommendation Letter_Name of the Applicant"

Applications can be submitted electronically through the Application Platform. Incomplete and/or e-mailed application forms will not be accepted, late applications will not be considered.

ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS: Two-year MA and PhD students regardless of their nationality.

Within the Erasmus+ Key Action 1 – Mobility of Individuals, opportunities are provided for students to undertake a study period abroad at a partner higher education institution (HEI). The study period abroad must be part of the student's study program to complete a degree at CEU at second cycle (Master or equivalent) and third or doctoral cycle.

Please see details under Erasmus Study Grant for Students of the department section. 
For the list of countries with Erasmus+ bilateral agreements at the department see under Erasmus Agreements. 
More information and deadlines on the ACRO website.

Info Session presentation


See under Incoming Erasmus Students section.


Call for Applications: Erasmus+ Teaching Mobility Grants

Documents to download

Within the Erasmus+ Key Action 1 – Mobility of Individuals, opportunities are provided for academic and administrative staff of higher education institutions to undertake a teaching (academic staff only), learning and/or professional experience in another country.
For the list of countries with Erasmus+ bilateral agreements at the department see under Erasmus Agreements. 

Teaching mobility allows higher education institutions teaching staff or staff from enterprises to teach at a partner universities abroad. Staff mobility for teaching can be in any subject area/academic discipline. For details see at ACRO website.

Staff training mobility supports the professional development of higher education institution teaching and non-teaching staff in the form of training events abroad (excluding conferences) and job shadowing/observation periods/training at a partner HEI, or at another relevant organisation abroad. For details see at ACRO website.

A period abroad can combine teaching and training activities.

CEU faculty and administrative employees may seek Erasmus+ funding for participation in a teaching/training mobility abroad.


The Erasmus program of the CEU is coordinated by the Academic Cooperation and Research Office (ACRO). ACRO announces several calls for applications per year; students must follow the deadlines for these calls. Applicants have to submit a completed application form, learning agreement, the acknowledgment of the receiving institution, and two letters of recommendation. 

Applicants from the Department of Political Science should also study the Departmental Policy on Erasmus Exchange for Students.

For the most up-to-date information on the exact application deadlines as well as the Erasmus Internship Programs, please always consult the ACRO website.

Please note that all documents submitted for signature will be returned in no sooner than 2 working days. For individual consultations an email 2 days in advance is required. 

Contact :

Dóra Erdőgyaraki, Erasmus Coordinator

Anna Szathmári, Institutional Erasmus Coordinator

OFFICE: Vienna, QS Room C416

OFFICE HOURS for students: TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS, between 10.00 AM - 12.00 PM and 2.00 PM - 4.30 PM

Contact for CEU students:

Contact for incoming Erasmus students:

The European Commission's Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency has granted CEU the Erasmus Charter Higher Education for the period 2021-2027. See also CEU's Erasmus Policy Statement.

The Erasmus+ Program combines 7 EU education, training and youth programs, including the university exchange program, formally known as the Erasmus Program. The mobility component of the Erasmus + program enables students to study for part of their degree in another country, encourages teacher mobility and promotes transnational cooperation projects among universities across Europe.

Erasmus was an integral part of the Lifelong Learning Programme (LLP) from 2007 to 2013, replaced by the Erasmus+ Program in 2014. Since 2005/2006, CEU has been active in the LLP Erasmus program with a steadily growing number of student and teacher exchanges.