An Erasmus grant enables regular degree students at the Anton Bruckner Private University to study for a minimum of three to a maximum of twelve months during each study cycle at one of the University´s partner institutions.
For the duration of the Eramsus stay both the tuition fee at the home university and the one at the host institution are waived. The ÖH fee at the home institution has to be paid nevertheless, as it ensures your ongoing enrollment. An existing enrollment is necessary for the successful recognition of the Credits achieved during your Erasmus mobility.
The study period varies from university to university, ranges however from a minimum of three months to a maximum stay of a complete academic year (twelve eligible months). When the Erasmus study period begins in the summer semester a continuation in the following winter semester is not possible. The duration of the study period and examinations passed at the foreign institution will be recognised by the home university.
Your study at a foreign institution will be supported by a monthly study grant financed by the EU (around 300 Euro). This ERASMUS mobility award is not a full grant, but is intended to subsidize the costs incurring in the host country.
You can apply to up to three different partner universities in order to increase your chances of a successful placement. The application deadline for most partner universities is 7 March (deadline!) for the following academic year (winter and summer semester). Exceptions to this are applications to certain partner universities (Aarhus/Aalborg, Helsinki, NMH Oslo, KMH Stockholm, Basel, Lausanne) for which the application deadline is 15 January.
Application documents are to be handed in at the International Office of the Bruckner University and will be forwarded to your host institution by your Erasmus coordinator, unless your prospective host institution has an online application process set-up.
In order to successfully complete your application you need following documents:
Additionally you will need: