Information for outgoing students
Note that the International Office has some information about studying abroad under
There are five steps to apply to become an ERASMUS student abroad.
- Find out through which department you should do the exchange. Different departments in Uppsala University have agreements with different departments or universities abroad. You have to apply through a department which has an exchange agreement with the faculty you want to go to.
If you are studying Physics or Engineering you can go through any of the agreements that the departments of Physics and Astronomy or Physics and Material Sciences have.
Physics and Astronomy has agreements with the following institutions:
When you have decided where to go, you should get in contact with this person in good time in advance.
If you are accepted by us to participate in the exchange program, then the rest of the procedure depends on the receiving University.
Complete and send the application form of the university you want to go to. Usually they have the application forms in their web pages. Your local contact here might have to sign it. Pay attention to possible deadlines imposed by the receiving institution.
You should have a preliminary course plan that you intend to follow in the foreign institution. This will constitute what is called the "learning agreement" between the two institutions and for your particular studies.
This plan of studies has to be agreed upon between you and the studierektor of the department/programm you are taking your studies. This guarantees that you will get the courses you follow abroad recognized when you are back. The "learning agreement" must be signed by the studierektor or person responsible for the programm you are following.
You should fill an application form to get the ERASMUS stipendium. You can read the instructions and download the form here
Free University Berlin (Germany)
University of Heidelberg (Germany)
University of Ulm (Germany)
University of Jena (Germany)
Universitäa Hamburg (Germany)
Universität Konstanz (Germany)
Universität des Saarlandes (Germany)
Humboldt-Universität Berlin (Germany)
Rheinische Friedrich Wilhelms-Universität Bonn (Germany)
Ruhr-University Bochum (Germany)
Technische Universität Munchen (Germany)
University College Cork (Ireland)
University of Antwerp (Belgien)
Université Pierre et Marie Curie (France)
Universitè de Aix-Marseille (France)
Institut Nationale Polytechnique de Touluse (France)
Ècole Normale Superieure Lyon (France)
Universitè Claude Bernard Lyon (France)
Ècole Polytechnique Paris (France)
The deadlines depend on the university you are going to, and different ones have different deadlines. Please check with them.
However, you also need apply for your study abroad. Language course
Students who wills tudy abroad during autumn term in the following countries can apply for Erasmus Intensive
Belgium (Flemish Community); Bulgaria; Cyprus; Czech Republic; Denmark; Estonia; Finland; Greece; Hungary; Iceland; Italy; Latvia; Lithuania; Malta; the Netherlands; Norway; Poland; Portugal; Romania; Slovakia; Slovenia;
The course usually starts three week before the start of the term. If the student is admitted he/she can apply for an extra-Erasmus schola rship for the course. Apllciation form can be downloaded from the International Office homepage.
The application should be sent to the International Office, however the admission to the course is decided by the host university
More information about the Erasmus Intensive Language Course can be found on the International Office homepage: this link
Last updated 2013-11-13 14:09.
Editor: Karl-Einar Ericsson