Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility

Program Description

In the year 2014 the European Union launched the Erasmus+ program in order to enhance exchange between members of Higher Education Iinstitutions in Europe and the rest of the world. Since then GJU has established several partnerships with distinguished universities all over Europe.


The Erasmus+ program provides GJU undergraduate students the opportunity to spend one semester  at one of our partner universities listed below. The program supports  you with a monthly scholarship that covers living expenses as well as a travel allowance.


You will have to follow a full semester workload of classes (around 30 ECTS) in your field at the host university. Please notice that only 6CH can be transferred to your GJU study plan after the mobility due to GJU regulations at this point of time.


The mobilities at the universities below cannot be counted as part of the German Year.

The application deadline for mobilities in the Second Semester 2016/17 has already passed. We hope to be able to offer more mobilities in the First Semester 2017/18.


Who can apply?

Generally all undergraduate students who have spent at least 3 semesters at GJU (at the time of the beginning of the mobility) can apply to participate in Erasmus+ International Credit Mobility. Some host universities accept graduate students. Nevertheless most of our partnerships concentrate on specific study fields only.

All partner universities require proficiency in English (B2).


Who are our partner universities?

Vilnius Technical University, Lithuania

Vilnius Gediminas Technical University (VGTU)  is an innovative Lithuanian University, educating highly qualified and creative specialists. The University is a leading institution of technological science education, ensuring modern studies, orientated to the labour market. Scientific research and  experimental development is performed by 14 institutes, 2 research centres and 33 research laboratories.


Available for the following majors: Architecture, Mechatronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Energy Engineering, Water and Environmental Engineering


University College Odisee, Belgium

With 13.000 students, Odisee is the third largest University College of Applied Sciences (= Hogeschool) in Flanders. Odisee offers bachelor study programmes in 4 Flemish cities: Brussels, Ghent, Aalst and  Sint-Niklaas.


Available for the following majors: Biomedical Engineering, Pharmaceutical and Chemical Engineering, Management Sciences, Mechatronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Computer Sciences, Communications Engineering, Computer Engineering


Middle East Technical University, Turkey            

The Middle East Technical University is one of Turkey's most competitive universities, offering 43 undergraduate programs within 5 faculties The language of instruction at METU is  English. METU hosts over 1,700 international students from nearly 94 different countries studying toward myriad of academic degrees. It is located 20km outside of Ankara.


Available for all majors.*


University of Deusto, Spain                                                                       

The University of Deusto runs a wide range of academic programmes which are  outstanding for their quality, modern methodology and international  focus.  36 Bachelor’s degrees and over 40 Master’s degrees are taught for its 11,000 students. Deusto University is located in the city of Bilbao in northern Spain.


Kindly notice that the decision if your application is accepted will be directly taken at Deusto University after application documents are forwarded to them through GJU International Office.

Available for all majors.*


University of Siegen, Germany

The University of Siegen is a young, modern institute of higher education located centrally in the area bordering the three German federal states of Hesse, North Rhine-Westphalia and Rhineland-Palatine. It was founded in 1972. Today the University of Siegen hosts more than 19.000 students and more than 11% come from other countries.


Available for the following majors: Computer Sciences, Communications Engineering, Computer Engineering


How to apply?

The application needs to include the following documents and has to be submitted to the International Office:


1)      Application form (find the application form here)

2)      Updated CV

3)      Letter of intent in English (or German) – the letter should state:

-          Why do you want to study at this university?

-          At least three subjects that you would be interested in taking from the academic course offer

-          Which benefits do you expect to gain?

-          Which challenges do you expect to face?

4)      Transcript of Record from the Registration Department


Application deadline is October 31, 2016. Only complete applications will be considered.


After the deadline applications will be reviewed by the International Office and the respective faculties.  In case there are more eligible applicants than available seats, suitable candidates will be invited for an interview with a GJU selection committee. The results will be communicated to the candidates in due time.                             


For further information and inquiries kindly contact the following contact persons:

Ms Jacqueline Rogler

Assistant Director

Building B, Office 117


Tel.:       06429-4896                         



Ms Eva Garcke

Scholarship Coordinator

Building B, Office 118


Tel.:       06429-4892