What is Erasmus+?
Erasmus+ is the EU funding program for education, training, youth and sport which runs from 2014 to 2020.
Erasmus+ is a collaboration between the universities of Europe which encourages student and professorial mobility at undergraduate and postgraduate level.
Erasmus + is divided in two parts:
- study a period of 3-10 months (one academic year) at a university in the European Union
- can benefit from study tax exemption at partner universities
- have access to facilities and advanced technology at the partner university
- have the opportunity to benefit from another system of education, teaching and learning techniques
- your studies will be fully recognized by the home institution
- have the opportunity to know other aspects of student life (European Student) and discover the national identity of the host country
- have the opportunity to develop your adaptability, intercultural communication and enrich your knowledge
- get in touch with different mentalities and cultures
- study and have fun at the same time
- make new friends around the world
- benefit from advantages in subsequent employability
Registration period for Erasmus begins in October and lasts until March.
You can check the schedule at the following link.
This shows a model of partnerships between universities. You will have to choose from the faculties which Transilvania University collaborates with.
- be a student at Transilvania University
- be integralist (not always applicable) and have an average of at least 8.00 (not always applicable).
- know the language in which you will take courses at the host university, some universities will ask you a language diploma.
For more details: link
The documents required may vary depending on the college, but basically you need:
- transcript of your grades from the first semester / previous years
- certificate of proficiency
- CV in Romanian language and the language required by the faculty abroad
- Letter of intent, one in Romanian and one in the foreign language required by the faculty abroad
- Learning Agreement
- An affidavit made by a notary that you had not benefit from another Erasmus / Socrates scholarship so far (although some of you will not need it)
Other things you need to know:
- You will need to have a European health card and health insurance (in case of accident) and civil liability. European Health Insurance Card is valid only 6 months.
- Some Universities may offer you a place in the dorms while others do not, in that case you will have to look for rent on your own. To benefit from a place in a dorm, you will have to apply in advance (eg. May, June), in order to receive one.
For more details on Erasmus + you can access the following websites:
For questions or concerns please contact the Erasmus coordinator at the faculty where you study.
Here is a list of members of the Bureau and all Erasmus coordinators.