The European Union has been funding the Erasmus program for nearly 30 years. It has so far enabled over three million European students to spend part of their studies in a higher education institution or organization in Europe. Erasmus+ helps to organize and fund exchanges of undergraduate and graduate students withinErasmus+ program countries as well as to and from partner countries. There are no tuition fees for an Erasmus study at the host university and funding is available, which varies in amount depending on the destination country.
Studying abroad offers the opportunity to improve language skills, gain confidence and independence, and access a new culture. It also makes you richer: in experiences, in friends, in love of life. And it pays off when it comes to finding a job.
With more than 550 partner universities worldwide, the paths are open to students of Saar University. The Faculty of Law alone maintains 80 partnerships with European universities from 30 countries, in addition to further Eastern European sponsorships and exchange programs overseas. Best conditions to study abroad for one or two semesters.
Erasmus+ is a program of the EU to support educational stays in Europe. With Erasmus+ you get the opportunity to study at the Europa-Institut of Saarland University or to write your master thesis, for example. Stays of teaching and administrative staff for teaching purposes or further education are also funded.
In the attached factsheet you will find all details and application steps, such as contact persons and accommodation information.
Take advantage of the unique opportunity to spend a semester abroad at one of our partner universities as part of the Erasmus+ program. With Erasmus+, you can combine the writing of your Master's thesis with a stay abroad after completing the LL.M. program, making it even more exciting. There is also the possibility to gain first professional experience by doing an internship in a renowned law firm, e.g. in Luxembourg. Stays abroad by teaching and administrative staff for teaching purposes or further training are also encouraged.