Erasmus is the world’s largest scholarship and exchange programme and one of the major success stories of the European Union. Since 1987, Erasmus has given financial support to the trans-border mobility of students, university teachers and other university staff within Europe.
The precondition for university participation in Erasmus+ is a valid Erasmus Charta 2021 - 2027. A brief description of the co-operation strategy of the State Academy for Fine Arts in the framework of the Erasmus programme can be found in our European Policy Statement 2021 - 2027.
Erasmus+ enables students at the Academy to spend part of their studies at a European partner institution. Alongside the waiving of tuition fees and a monthly mobility allowance, it is above all its network structures that make the programme attractive. Among these are simplified application procedures at the partner institutions, academic contacts on site, support in the search for accommodation and often free or very reasonably-priced language courses.
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Applying for an exchange semester at State Academy of Fine Arts Karlsruhe:
If you wish to do an exchange semester at our Academie please we need a nomination from the international office of your home uiniversity.
You will then be informed by our international office about the necessary documents for application.
Please find further information on the fact sheet.
Please find the course catalogue here.
Further information and advice on Erasmus+ mobility measures can be gained from the international office:
Studierendenservice / International Office, Stipendienstelle
- Elke Eisold-Le Comte (International Office)
- 0721 926 5236
- Nancy Bejic-Pittman (Stipendien)
- 0721 / 926 5229
- Office hours
- Monday til Friday 10:00 – 12:00