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The Erasmus+ program is open to all German and international students enrolled at the University of Koblenz-Landau. The application process generally takes place via the faculties and in the ONLINE procedure.

Further information on the application can be found on this page.


How do I apply?

  • Find out with which ERASMUS partner universities we have cooperation in your field of study and look at the courses offered there on the websites of the partner universities.
  • Contact the ERASMUS Coordinator responsible for the partner university in case you seek an advise on specific questions.
  • Students of our university apply ONLINE in consultation with the ERASMUS subject coordinator responsible for the respective partner university, who decides on the suitability of the exchange and the number of ECTS to be achieved and, in consultation with the International office, finalizes the allocation of places. The names of the ERASMUS subject coordinators can be found on our website together with the ERASMUS partner universities.
  • As a rule, the application process takes place twice a year (31.01 for the WiSe and / or SoSe and 30.06 for remaining places in the SoSe). Frequent criteria for the selection are good study achievements, academic and personal motivation for the stay abroad, language skills as well as social engagement.

These documents must be submitted in addition to the online application form:

  1.  Nomination (Befüwortung) by the ERASMUS+ coordinator
  2. CV
  3. Proof of language proficiency of the language of instruction at the host institution (e.g. copy of the graduation diploma, copy of the language certificate or proof of participation in a language course)
  4. Motivation letter of max. 1 page
  5. Current extract from KLIPS (with details the credit points and the average grade)
  6. Current enrollment certificate

The nomination by the ERASMUS subject coordinator only provides a statement about your suitability for the Erasmus study exchange. In the course of further proceedings, International office will inform you at a later stage whether an ERASMUS seat has been allocated to you and whether you will receive the funding or not.

After the consultation with the ERASMUS+ subject coordinator, please register online in the mobility portal of the University of Koblenz-Landau.
Applications for a place at one of our partner universities abroad are made via the online application form. The link to the online form will be activated a month before the application deadline.

here to the online application form

  • Fields marked with an asterisk are mandatory.
  • Please make sure that you choose the specific semester - this is very important !!!
  • For some fields you will find help texts and / or buttons with short explanations of the entries.

After you have completed and sent your application, you will automatically receive a confirmation to the e-mail address provided.

It is not necessary to print the online registration as a pdf and to sign it with by the Erasmus Coordinator / Erasmus Coordinator.

The selection and allocation of seats is done by the ERASMUS subject coordinator. Award of the ERASMUS Grants is done by the Office of International Relations.

Please note: The number of places per partner university is limited. If there are more applications than places for a particular partnership, a selection process will take place through the Erasmus Subject Coordinator.

Selection criteria for the allocation of places are:

  • Completeness of the submitted documents
  • Linguistic competence (sufficient language skills required for successful study at the respective partner university)
  • Professional qualification / academic achievements
  • Personal motivation (quality of the motivation letter) and justification of the study abroad
  • Extracurricular commitment
  • Good self-organizational skills and self-initiative

Selection criteria for the award of ERASMUS grants by the Office of International Relations:
The number of places that can be funded within the ERASMUS program is limited. Depending on the existing ERASMUS budget, the grants will be awarded primarily to

  •  students with very good academic achievements and
  • those  seeking to achieve at least 15 ECTS abroad, which can be later recognized at the University of Koblenz-Landau, and
  • students having a language competence of the working language at the partner university on at least B1 level.

The allocation of seats is based on a ranking list.

Zero-Grant stays are possible at any time within the available spaces.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the staff of the International Office at Campus Koblenz or Landau.

About 3-4 weeks after the application deadlines mentioned above, you will receive further information about the organizational process of your Erasmus study by e-mail.

In addition, you must sign an Erasmus grant agreement and submit it to the International Relations Office in Mainz. This is the contractual basis for obtaining the Erasmus mobility grant. The form will be sent to you in June / July (or December / January) via e-mail.

The International Office on Campus Koblenz or Landau informs the partner university that you have been selected for an ERASMUS study by our university. But that does not mean that you are automatically accepted as a student at this partner university. Our message (usually by e-mail, from which you receive a copy) to the partner university is that you know that you have the right to apply for ERASMUS.

You are responsible for the actual application at the partner university and you have to do your own research on when and which application documents should be submitted. This information is provided at different times on the websites of the partner universities.

Each university has its own application procedure for ERASMUS Incomings. Do not rely on reports from former ERASMUS students on this point. Search on the websites of the partner universities for a times, type of application and the documents to be submitted. Some universities require documents to be submitted to the (central) Erasmus Office, others name the respective faculty address. More and more universities have an online registration / application, which is updated and available at a certain time. The application documents may include:

  • Application form
  • Learning Agreement / Proposed Study Program
  • Overview of courses attended at the home university
  • Application for accommodation
  • Proof language skills
  • Language course application forms.

Important: Please ensure that you comply with possible deadlines for submitting the application and enrollment forms! If you are asked for the ERASMUS code of the University of Koblenz-Landau: this is: D KOBLENZ02.

Only when you have received the confirmation from the partner university, you are admitted to the ERASMUS program and can start your studies at the partner university!