You are here: Home EU Office Educational Programmes

Educational Programmes



Erasmus+ is the European Union's programme to support education, training, youth and sport.

The new generation of the programme, starting in 2021, will continue until 2027. It will be more inclusive than its predecessor programme, and it will contribute to green and digital transformation. Erasmus+ is a key instrument in the implementation of the European Education Area, the new Digital Education Action Plan and the European Skills Agenda. The programme will offer easy access and flexible mobility formats, especially for people with fewer opportunities. It has an estimated budget of EUR 26 billion.

Information from the European Commission on Erasmus+

Under the umbrella of Erasmus+ 2021-2027, the following funding lines are available at the University of Freiburg:

Mobility of Individuals

Learning Mobility of Individuals within Europe (Programme Countries) and beyond (Partner Countries)

  • Student Mobility

  • Doctoral Mobility

  • Staff Mobility

    • Teaching
    • Training
  • Blended Intensive Programmes

Cooperation among Organisations and Institutions


Support to Policy Development and Cooperation


Erasmus+ Programme Countries

33 countries are participating in Erasmus+.

Member States of the European Union (EU)

Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary , Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden

Programme countries outside the EU

Iceland, Liechtenstein, North Macedonia, Norway, Serbia, Turkey

Note: Switzerland and United Kingdom are partner countries.


Erasmus+ Partner Countries

Erasmus+ aims to promote exchange and academic cooperation with all countries of the world. Through the Erasmus+ Partner Countries, a wide range of Erasmus+ programme lines can be implemented worldwide.


Calls for Proposals:

Erasmus+ Mobility of Individuals



Blended Intensive Programmes


International Credit Mobility (“Erasmus weltweit“)

Expected Spring 2022


The EU-Office offers support in the application process. Please contact Felicitas Höfflin-Trefzer.


Erasmus+ Cooperation Projects



Cooperation Projects


Erasmus Mundus Joint Master


Erasmus Mundus Design Measures


Jean Monnet Actions


Teacher Academies


Alliances for Innovation


The EU-Office offers support in the application process. Please contact Felicitas Höfflin-Trefzer


Erasmus+ Support to Policy Development and Cooperation



Policy Support

Expected Spring 2022


The EU-Office offers support in the application process. Please contact Felicitas Höfflin-Trefzer.


Erasmus+ Charter and European Policy Statement

The European Commission has awarded the University of Freiburg with the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education (ECHE) 2021-2027!

This charter provides the general quality framework for European and international cooperation activities a higher education institution may carry out within Erasmus+. The award of an ECHE is a pre-requisite for all higher education institutions located in a Programme country and willing to participate in learning mobility of individuals and/or cooperation for innovation and good practices under Erasmus+.

ECHE of the University of Freiburg

Policy Statement der Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg [de]


Liability Clause

This project is financed with support from the European Commission.
The responsibility for the content of this publication is born solely by the author; the Commission is not liable for the further use of the information contained herein.

Funded by the EU


Further information on the DAAD

The DAAD acts as the national agency for the Erasmus+ programme in Germany.
Further information and advice on the Erasmus+ mobility measures can be obtained from the