With an Erasmus+ exchange scholarship, you study abroad for 2–12 months. It's also possible to study abroad for a shorter period of time with a virtual component. As a student, you should always talk to your university about student exchanges. You can also find out more about the programme, how to apply and get the answers to commonly asked question in the articles in this section.

Who administers Erasmus+?

The programme is financed by the European Commission. In Sweden, Erasmus+ is administered by the Swedish Council for Higher Education (UHR) and the universities and university colleges that participate in the programme.

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