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Erasmus+ Study

Would you like to take part in a study placement to Europe?

If so then the Erasmus+ programme is for you. A placement will normally take place during Year 2 (Level 5) of your studies. 

Overseas study placements are a great opportunity to improve your employability prospects, by gaining valuable experience in another country, as well as offering a fantastic chance to experience another culture, meet new people and make future contacts.  You will have the chance to learn another language or improve on the language skills you already have.  

Funding is available to support your travel and living costs in Europe, via the Erasmus+ scheme.

For more information on study placements, please contact Melanie Harwood to make an appointment (m.harwood@wlv.ac.uk)

Currently available European study placements (other options may be available, please email for more information):

BNurs Adult & Mental Health Nursing (placements)

Study at level 6 in a range of locations, including Norway, Sweden and Finland. Please email Andrea Mason for more information.

BSc (Hons) Forensic Science

Study at Avans University of Applied Science, The Netherlands or Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology, Ireland in semester two of level 5. Classes taught in English.

BA (Hons) Special Needs & Inclusion Studies

Study for 1 semester at level 5 at Stockholm University, Sweden. Classes taught in English.

BA (Hons) International Business Management

Study at Metropolia University, Finland at level 5. Classes taught in English.

 

What is Erasmus+?

The University is part of the ERASMUS+ scheme, which allows UK-based students to study at other European universities, and European-based students to study here, as part of their degree programme.

ERASMUS+ offers you:

  • a fun yet challenging experience
  • opportunities to travel abroad
  • a chance to learn a new language (we have language programmes on campus)
  • a new outlook on your subject
  • friends in different countries
  • skills for employment
  • credits towards your Wolverhampton degree

Read the ERASMUS+ Charter (PDF 6,365K, Downloads file) (PDF)

University of Wolverhampton ERASMUS+ policy statement

Is there an Erasmus+ programme for staff?

ERASMUS+ for academic and support staff

There are opportunities for academic and support staff to take part in the ERASMUS+ scheme.

You can find more details about the Erasmus+ Staff Mobility Scheme on the Erasmus+ Staff Mobility webpage.