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How to apply for the Erasmus+ Programme (within Europe)

Applications are now open for the Erasmus+ Programme (within Europe). The online application and guidance can be found here.

If you are a student applying for a degree at QMUL and would like to add the ‘with year abroad’ option to your programme, you can submit your application via the UCAS website.


You can apply to the Erasmus+ scheme if:

  • you are a current QMUL student
  • your school or department has an exchange agreement with your proposed host university
  • you meet your school or department’s Erasmus+ criteria.

Please view our Entry Requirements page for additional information.

Please note that applications for the Erasmus+ Programme are not currently open for QMUL students who have begun their degree at QM. Full applications procedures and deadlines will be published in late October. Please check back at this time. Please do not submit your application prior to this information being published.

If you are applying to study at QMUL via UCAS and wish to apply for a year abroad as part of your degree, please follow the UCAS application deadlines.

We want all of our students to be able to enjoy the international opportunities we offer and get the most out of their study abroad placements.

If you think you might need additional support ­– of whatever kind – please let us know when you are considering your application, so that we can help you with your options. It is also a good idea to discuss what additional support you might need on your exchange placement with our Disability and Dyslexia Service.

If you think you will need any extra support on your placement, we strongly recommend that you discuss your application with us and plan ahead: depending on your host university, any adjustments you might need on your placement may take some time to arrange.




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