Erasmus +

Erasmus is a student mobility programme funded by the European Commission, first introduced in 1987 with the aim of increasing student mobility within the European Community. It offers students the opportunity to study or work for a period of time in another EU/EEA country or 'partner' state.

Today all EU countries, as well as the EEA countries (Iceland, Liechtenstein & Norway) and EU applicant  Turkey, particpate in the Erasmus programme. 

For all general enquiries relating to Brunel's Erasmus activities including:

  • Inter-institutional agreements
  • General information and grants for outgoing students

please email the University’s Erasmus Institutional Co-ordinator.

Find out more about coming to Brunel as an Erasmus student.
If you are a Brunel student you can see if you are eligible to take part in Erasmus.

Page last updated: Friday 23 May 2014