How To Apply
In the majority of cases, outgoing Erasmus students will liaise initially with their subject staff, who in turn will contact Northumbria's Erasmus Institutional Coordinator when applicants are confirmed.
To study abroad, there has to be an Erasmus agreement in place between Northumbria University and the partner university in the EU where you will be studying. Most partner universities have their own application form and procedure for Erasmus students. This information is usually available from the host institution website, along with other practical information for incoming Erasmus students, such as accommodation, term dates etc. Alongside these arrangements, the Erasmus Institutional Coordinator will send you Erasmus grant details.
If you are undertaking a work placement in one of the eligible Erasmus countries please contact the Erasmus Institutional Coordinator, who will then liaise with the appropriate contact in your School before sending out grant details.