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Partner Institutions

QMUL currently has Erasmus+ ICM exchange agreements with eleven partner institutions in seven countries beyond Europe. If you are an enrolled at one of these partner institutions and studying in the relevant field at the appropriate level, you may be eligible to apply for a funded Erasmus+ ICM student exchange to come study at QMUL.

Erasmus+ is the current, seven-year (2014-2020) EU funding and exchange programme for Education, Training, Youth and Sport. Over three million European students have participated in this highly regarded EU flagship exchange programme since its inception in 1987. In the UK, it is expected that nearly 250,000 people will undertake activities abroad with this programme. QMUL has participated in the European funding stream of the Erasmus programme since its inception in 1987.

Erasmus+ now offers student exchange opportunities beyond Europe through the Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility (ICM) Programme, expanding past the intra-European exchange programme in existence since the implementation of Erasmus in 1987. Supported by the European Commission, the Erasmus+ ICM Programme promotes the mobility of people for study, teaching or training between institutions.

Please find below a list of QMUL's Erasmus+ ICM Partners. 

CountryUniversityQMUL DepartmentDegree Level

China

Renmin University of China

School of Law

UG, PhD

 

East China University of Political Science and Law (ECUPL)

School of Law

UG, PhD

Colombia

Universidad de los Andes (Uniandes)

School of Languages Linguistics and Film

UG, PhD

India

O.P. Jindal Global University 

School of Law, School of Geography

Law: UG, PhD

Geo: UG, PG, 

 

National Law School of India University (NLSIU)

School of Law

UG, PhD

Mexico

Universidad de Guadalajara (UdeG)

School of Languages Linguistics and Film

UG, PhD

Russia

Higher School of Economics (HSE)

School of Languages Linguistics and Film

UG

Israel

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU)

School of History

PG, PhD

 

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJI)

School of History

PG, PhD

 

University of Haifa (HU)

School of History

PG, PhD

Uganda

Makerere University

SEMS

PhD

 

 

 

 

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